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BO O K UCl' Monday, and .' V 13th, and 4 this ant in Lewes, will ' Library of the

BO O K UCl' Monday, and .' V 13th, and 4 this ant in Lewes, will ' Library of the

late 1 . ' K bare .nib, c dun.es < and Books » ixi V^^P' Shon may be- W and (he lin.eotS.K-, at Mr. Vur.dV Leu and the Pl.ice Sdc every Evtning Haifa,, Ho' it Jive, Sold the bell: BIDDER O.)'Thurfday the eif-hth day next I welve o'Cluck Noon, the Gun, at Ji' * . * i A v. County.
5 October 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
For wifdom Hinry's rt And ev'ry adtion guides. Elle had his tongue ere now rcV What oft his eyes c«nfe««

For wifdom Hinry's rt And ev'ry adtion guides. Elle had his tongue ere now rcV What oft his eyes c«nfe««

f His captive paflion mourns Nor ever hopes fuccels- _. ,j Let Prudence then with u, y I". Break haughty .i ' Or Rciignation teach your 0,10 ' To bear what Fate ord" n< * , * Rifled how (hort our joy, 00 , How (hurt our life and ve * Soul-, though divided here » May meet, refin'
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The NEW CAS

The NEW CAS

‘Printed and fold by JOHN WHITE and Co
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST. From the LONDON GAZETTE, Stpiember 29. Magdebou►g, September ty. Ruffian fleet have again begun to bombard Col), berg;

THURSDAY's POST. From the LONDON GAZETTE, Stpiember 29. Magdebou►g, September ty. Ruffian fleet have again begun to bombard Col), berg;

and general Romanzow cannonaded the duke of Wurtemberg in his camp from the 4th to the yth, but witb.very little efl•eft. Letters from Wagon confirm the account of the baggage of the Ruffian army having repaired the Oder ; but add, that Mar- Thal Butterlin continued with his for
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ADVERTISE MENTS. ALEXANDER EWING, at the fcot of the Horfe-wynd, Edinburgh, Continues to Teach ARITHMETIC, Book-keeping, Algebra, Geometry, Plain and

ADVERTISE MENTS. ALEXANDER EWING, at the fcot of the Horfe-wynd, Edinburgh, Continues to Teach ARITHMETIC, Book-keeping, Algebra, Geometry, Plain and

Spherical Trigonometry, Geography, Aftronomy, Dialling, Navigation, Surveying, the Laws of Motion, Mechanics, the Doctrine of Projectiles, See. for which he is furniflied with all neceffiry inftruments. — He teaches gentlemen and ladies in their own lodgings, when defired. npHE
7 October 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NORWICH. Ocl. 1.

NORWICH. Ocl. 1.

On Tuefday laft John Pattefon and Benj. Hancpck,, Efqrs. were fworn into the Office of Sheriffs for the Year enfuing.
3 October 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
No. 4437.

No. 4437.

SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. u ss e i s, ( Flapders) Stpitmbtr 14. Heresoever we turn our Eyes, no Profpedt of an approaching Peace is yet to be feen. The Errand of the grand Referendary of the Crown of Poland to Dantzic, attra&s th
3 October 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PetoteWtf PD_B)C.

PetoteWtf PD_B)C.

From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, OH. 5. LONDON, OH. ?? A Letter from the Eiigue, in the Gazette of that Town, dated Oct. 1, and brought by a Dutch Mail which arrived this Day, fays, " The Report fpread on Tuefday, that a Body of French had advanced to Wolfenbuctel, is confirmed.
2 October 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A LETTER from a gentleman to his friend in the country. DEAR Sir, London, Sept. 1761. nrHough I regret leaving

A LETTER from a gentleman to his friend in the country. DEAR Sir, London, Sept. 1761. nrHough I regret leaving

you lo foon, "®" efpecially as the weather has fince proved fine, that it makes me long to be with you in the country, yet I honeftly confefs that am heartily glad I came to town as I did. As I have leen the coronation, I declare I would not have milled the light upon anv confid
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland