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THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Since our U.I aruveJ MAIL from Flanders. 061. 15. His Excellency Count convention dated Silefia September the 7<i' the terms y r|, the auxiliary corps under the command of Count ft, of ten regiments of Foot, two of one Huffari and one of Coflaclcs, were ,to
16 November 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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From Gbnbral, and other Evening Papers, &c. Nov. a 6. fbis Day arrived the M A I L S from Holland and Flanders. ■ • ' . 1 ■ " n 1 • ; t j , i Vienna, { the Capital City of Lower Astftri* in Germany ) ?? November 7. jwaß^afefagfeb^gNa'Uß laft Letters from Silefia SI *r^ JL a*j» w
27 November 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Nov. 30. AMERICAN NEWS. Extraßof* Letter from Halifax in Nova-Scotia, Sift. 13. (( ALL is Tranquility here. We are pulling ** down a large Hill to lay a Foundation for a Citadel. Here is an excellent Dock-Yard, well fup- plicd with all Sorts of St
27 November 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Tf«m the. WmtEHALL, General, and other Evening Papers, &>c. Dec. i. Paris, November to. Ar^ Officer in the Regiment of Bauffremont> who is lent for from the Army on the Upper Rhine, will carry to the Vifcount de Bellunce at Breft the laft Orders for the Departure of the Squadron
27 November 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

'Whitehall Evening Post, Nov. 5. Part of a letter from an officer in Germany his ■friend in dated O5l. 19. SOME days ago I was in company with a clergyman of this place, who tranflated to me a paffage of the Vienna gazette which a gentleman of Minden, wrote thus to his friend Vi
16 November 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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EXPORTS and IMPORTS.

EXPORTS and IMPORTS.

10. On Wednefday 800 quarters of wheat for Portugal, 130 ditto of wheat meal for Madeira, 500 ditto for Barbadoes, 1 too quarters ditto for the Weft Indies, 1500 cwt. of refined fugar for Fland ers, 200 quarters of wheat, 18 ton? of beer for Ireland, were exported, 18,633 gallon
2 November 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH CAPTURES.

BRITISH CAPTURES.

BY a private letter from Dunkirk, we learn, that two of our men of war’s long boats, mann’d with about feventy men each, had the courage lately to go into that port, and brought off with them, a privateer within the fire of their forts. 2. Prizes taken and brought into St. Kitts
2 November 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Highlanders.

Highlanders.

A regiment of two battalions, by colonel David Graham. Three independent battalions, of 500 men each, bycapt. M’Lean, cupt and capt. Douglas, who ate to hare ihe rank major. English Corps. battalion by lieut col. Haree battalion by major Beauck-rk, i rank of X battalion by major
2 November 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

Whitehall Evening Post, Ofiob. 27. BY letters from Hanover, we learn, that prince Ferdinand had way-laid the French in getting between them and Hefle-Caflel in front, and his nephew the hereditary prince had got behind them, thus putting them between two fires fo that they would
2 November 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THat Mr. Putti, who is engaged by the Gentlemen of the Muficai Society to perform the firft Violin in the

THat Mr. Putti, who is engaged by the Gentlemen of the Muficai Society to perform the firft Violin in the

Concert, propofes to teach at half Guinea a Month. By order of the honourable the Magijirates and To<wn- Council of Aberdeen. WHercas Complaint has been made by the Purchafers of the Lotts of the common Muires to the Weftwatd of the Stocket, lately out, thar fome their Grounds h
2 November 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland