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High Confteble end XU) Hirthel, Bowed by Foot Tsfee, and preceded the Herald, who pronounced the Challenge, the Champion's two

High Confteble end XU) Hirthel, Bowed by Foot Tsfee, and preceded the Herald, who pronounced the Challenge, the Champion's two

Efquiree with hir Lance and Target, two Seijeaats Anns, and (he Trampett; the Knight Marflial going before to dear the Faflage. Immediately after the Return of tbe-Chempion, Garter King of Anns, attended by the reft of the proclaimed hit Majefty’i Style Latin, French, and Engli/
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
I R E L A N D.

I R E L A N D.

Cork, September 17. By a Paffenger on board the Peacock from Philadelphia, arrived here on Monday laft, who left New-York the 16th ult. we hear, there- were at that Time ninety Sail of Tranfport Ships then affembled at New-York, on board of which Stiips .a Number of Troops were
2 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Corke, Sept. 14. Sunday arrived his Majefty'sfljipSeor. pion, Capt. Hallam. from a cruize. Same day arrived his Maiefly's Ihip Montague, of 60 guns, Capt. Williamfon, cor. o to a fleet from the Weft Indies. By this fleet, we hear, that Commodore Sir James Doug- las is extremely
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be Sold to the belt BIDDE the D•wellixt Hoyle of Mr. lames being the Silo of :be Gorse IN

To be Sold to the belt BIDDE the D•wellixt Hoyle of Mr. lames being the Silo of :be Gorse IN

Ho lmes Chanel, is Ms Gamy of Cbefter, on Elramoth Day of November tax ettvixt the Hears e' Tam) Five in the Altman", 7 N Eftate of Inheritance in Wharton, Ain the Pardh of estrenham in the Cooney of Cheller, now kss to Thomas Evans, as the Rent of Thirty Guineas. The Hoofs Buil
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

From ihe London Gazette, Oct. 3. Berlin, Sefs. 22. BY letters received from M. Platen's corps at Czempin, we are informed, that fome light troops, whom he had pnflied forwards to Pofen, had fet fire to .the Ruffian magazines at that place. The General was following the 17th with
7 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New~Street-End. r Vol. VIII. ] _r-c_-cs:o_o ?? TUES D A V, OBoher 6, 176 1. ?? N° 389 •&cSoo_co_oo_o.&cBcc's.
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

r °*A ti °m. The (ermon on that ent ' rc ioj. A fliort character cireumllantial detail of j, U °y» ' n a familiar humorous manr'c«i -,' ts folemuization at Oporto 'f ° P' accs t0 f cc coronation! 2. CS p° 'he Regalia ufed in the coro» Ur Kings and Queens 509.1 l b |' n fcflionof
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON CHRONICLE.

LONDON CHRONICLE.

The virtue of Roman Vitriol in the cure of ague*. THE this year being very wet towards the end of April, May. and the beginning of June, agues were more frequent in my neighbourhood than I have known them to thefe twen'y years. Mod them were happily cured by the cortex; but feve
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
St. James’s Chronicle, Septr. 29.

St. James’s Chronicle, Septr. 29.

BY a letter from Barbadoes, we are informed, that there has been an uncommon quantity of fugar, the laft feafon and that the ifland has been much more healthy than for fome years paft. 2. letters from Berlin, we have an account that his Pruflian majefty, having received intellig
5 October 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland