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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
 
Carefully Correlled and Enlarged, of TIT E NEW Week's Preparation for a Worthy receiving the LORD'. SUPPER. as Appointed and

Carefully Correlled and Enlarged, of TIT E NEW Week's Preparation for a Worthy receiving the LORD'. SUPPER. as Appointed and

Recommended by the CHURCH of F.NOLAND. With tastable for a devout Behaviour fluting the Solemnity, and for a bent and effeCtual jo4ning wish the Miniaor in the Office of Actnitnifliation. To which are added. Prayers for Morning and Earning so be tiled either with a Family, or an
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
|oofiftrfpt..F. LONDON, Friday Morning, OSiitr t.

|oofiftrfpt..F. LONDON, Friday Morning, OSiitr t.

|oofiftrfpt. F. LONDON, Friday Morning, OSiitr t. l. This Day a Privy Council will be held at St. James 's en Jfffairs ofthe greateft Confequence. See Cl , 2, 3. z. On Wednefday laft there visas a grand Levee at his Grace He Duke of Newcaftle's in Lincoln' ?? Fields. .. 3- fofter
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, September 19-

LONDON, September 19-

Letters from Leghorn of the fecond Inftant bring Advice, that the Emprefs Queen has ordered the Fortifications of all the (hong Towns in the Milaoezc to be repaired: They alfo take Notice, that the King of Sardinia’s Regiments are all compleated, and in Readincfs to take the Fie
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
8. Tullideph-hall, Mrs L< ' Hon. Major Lcflie, a ' 51'^ At London, the wife ter in Spittalfields, de'iveied ■nd

8. Tullideph-hall, Mrs L< ' Hon. Major Lcflie, a ' 51'^ At London, the wife ter in Spittalfields, de'iveied ■nd

a hoy the next morning* > The Lady Sondes, 0 26. At London, Lady Mary the Bi(hop of Oxford, of fT nfi n ( t 24. At Cattel, in the P a, ; (V *' ( about ten miles from York, ' 9 f of Simon Hemfley, poor day l^° ur ', y daughters. They were nC ,j * c of Faith, Hope, and ll J' all l
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EVADNE EMMA. An Epistle. HOW mean the pride, how fallc the (baroe That rules the female heart, "Which bids conceal

EVADNE EMMA. An Epistle. HOW mean the pride, how fallc the (baroe That rules the female heart, "Which bids conceal

the virtuous flame Beneath the veil of art! Nor can that art the truth dilguile, The fiimfy veil too thin, That (hows the heart to cmious eyes, As gauze the polilh'd {kin. more in vain then, Emma, fcek Your to conceal; The eye, and livid chcck, In filence will reveal. "Your gen'
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland