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57» 40,'W, long, by the flar- 1 dy French privateer, of eight guns, fix pounders, twelve fwivels and feventy nine

57» 40,'W, long, by the flar- 1 dy French privateer, of eight guns, fix pounders, twelve fwivels and feventy nine

men, captain Jaan Jung commander, and carried into Martinico.— Captain Hayes fought the privateer an hour and a half when fhe prepared to board the Mary, and threatened to put every man to the fword if they did not immediately furrender which fo inti mi-) dated the crewi that th
5 October 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
New Editions of the fallowing BOOKS are full publidid By HENRY VVOOUGA and SAMUEL. BROOK), at the GO LII L

New Editions of the fallowing BOOKS are full publidid By HENRY VVOOUGA and SAMUEL. BROOK), at the GO LII L

N-BA LL, lii PA I L NOSTIR Vi 7. TH E Twemy.one I-11ov in,z Che.ip aid HISTORIES, Price only One Shilling each, :talon) td with Cuts: Written by W. H DILWORTH, M A. For the Improvement and Entertai , :ment of the Bit Ycuth of both Sexes. 1. The Life and Hcroick Ations of the imm
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
From lhe Referve ofthe Prince ofCon.ie, Sept, 22,

From lhe Referve ofthe Prince ofCon.ie, Sept, 22,

M. de Wurmfer is direcling his march to Ofnabrug, where the enemies have immenfe magazines. M. de Viomefhil is charged with a bold and delicate coinmiffion ; of which we are morally fure that he will well acquit himfelf. The diverfion we are now making mutt difconcert Prince Fer
7 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Addincham; Stpttmthor «l, 1765. 7H E Minifttr and Churchwardens of thi J Parijh, deftre all Perfons therein eoncern'd, to give

Addincham; Stpttmthor «l, 1765. 7H E Minifttr and Churchwardens of thi J Parijh, deftre all Perfons therein eoncern'd, to give

them tbe Meeting on Momlry the 191- Day of Oilobtr next, by Ten ?? in the Forenoon 0/ the fame Day, in order to make a proper Claim of the Seats within tbe faid Parijh Church, toe fame being newly trtelti under ibt Ttuer of a Faculty, granted for that Purpojl: "\I7"HEREAS Applic
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ALDEBURGH, Oaober 1,

ALDEBURGH, Oaober 1,

On Tuefday laft George Wegg, Efq; of Colchetter, was by the Corporation unanimoufly elc&ed Recorder of this ancient Burgh, in the room of Sir Richard Lloyd, Knt. deceafed.
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SHIP NEW S.

SHIP NEW S.

Deal, Oft. 5. Came down the Spy, Gun, and Jailed .with all the. Outward-bound, except the Dai- ry mple, Doran, and Thomas, Morris, which remain with his Majefty's Ships as before, and the Ann, Vic- tualler, ahd Sally, Gibbons, from Jamaica.: Deal, Oft. 6. Remain in the Downs the
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
O JV’s OXFORD JOURNAL.

O JV’s OXFORD JOURNAL.

JV’s OXFORD JOURNAL. Numb. 44.6. the Kings Authority, This Day was Publiflled, Necejfary for all Families A New Edition .(in af The New Whole Duty of Man. Containing The Fitiri at well u Praflictif Cnm. j cafy for the Practice of the fnfait Age, the OU H'Mt Dttfaf Man Was for tho
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To bt Sold Together, cr in Lots, AT the Houfe of Mrs. Hannah Rboda IVire, _Widow, fitoate at Chapping-Wycomb, in

To bt Sold Together, cr in Lots, AT the Houfe of Mrs. Hannah Rboda IVire, _Widow, fitoate at Chapping-Wycomb, in

the County of Bucks; the Furniture, Fixtures, Drawers, Gaily Pots, a good Copper Still, Worm Tub, and all other Material> of an Apothecary's Shop, completely fitted up. The Sale begin on Monday next, the sth inftant, and to contmue till alt arc fold. Tht Fixtures may be moved vc
3 October 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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.tauten

Tue.pay, Stft. tt, t7*>l. THIS Day his Majefty King Geoige ihellld, ar.d Queen Charlotte, were crowned in the Abbey Church ol Weftminfter, with the Cere- monies aciuttoined upon that great and glorious Solemnity, His Maje(ly came privately to tbe Frince's Chamber, and the Queen
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England