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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
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The laft letters from the Allied Army inform us, that the cavalry was obliged to go 16 miles for forage; that the French were expefted foon to be in a very bad condition for want of provifions. &c. and that the want of it would oblige both armies foon to go into quarters of cant
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUES D A Y, ORober 6 ; 1761. Vietma, Sept. tz. The king of Pruffia availing himfelf of the nature

TUES D A Y, ORober 6 ; 1761. Vietma, Sept. tz. The king of Pruffia availing himfelf of the nature

of the ground, hash not only fortified his camp in an extraordinary manner, but marked out behind bin another camp, equally ftrong with that which he occupies, in:o which he can retire, in cafe of need, without any rifk. In thefe circumftances, as it was unnecairy for straitenin
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
V(134 X-1 A;4Te had AV.foss< Vas: VARN

V(134 X-1 A;4Te had AV.foss< Vas: VARN

V( 13 4 A; 4 Te had VARN kDAY's P 0 S from HOLLAND and FLANDIMS• Parrflurk Aug. Z. was brought luther the beginning of !ail now a prtioner in the citadel. EL A N D. Lail week died in Stafford ftreet, the right s lord Blaney. dean of Killaloe. His lordhonour and date by his brothe
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EAST-INDIES.

EAST-INDIES.

Exiratl efa letter from New Fort, near Calcutta, dated Feb. iz, 1761. Some time before this reaches you, I imagine the news of the taking of Pono'cherry will be current in England. We heard of it here the 9th inft early in the morning ; and every gun that was mounted in the old
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
On oue fide the king's til;er medals, thrown amonet the people on the coronation day, is his Full, and theft

On oue fide the king's til;er medals, thrown amonet the people on the coronation day, is his Full, and theft

words, GEORGIVS 111. D. G. M. BRIT. FR. HIS. REX. F. D and on roe revegfe, PATKLi OVANTI. tripopyburg, with Elittannta 11.1 ding a crown over his head, the lot% tieing, and the infctiptlon, CORN. XXII. SEPT. hIDt2CLXI. We hear orders have been tranfrnitted to the fevers] colonel
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
it. The ettuch eßeetried Hillary of 'he Dan (botote, trat.flAted horn the :,}tanith of 1111gucl Saavedra N B. As a

it. The ettuch eßeetried Hillary of 'he Dan (botote, trat.flAted horn the :,}tanith of 1111gucl Saavedra N B. As a

Proof of the extraordinary Reception they love met with from the Publlck, upwards of Thirty Thourano them have been fold in a Year. a. Large Allowance made to Cnuntry keepers, &c. who buy a Parcel cl thole entcraiqing H TRUTH PREVAILET H. Hereas I WILLIAM HARDY M AN, (succor°, t
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, 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
 
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