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SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

LONDON, J . 2 tS • <** % taking of Culbcrg gives net a lit. e , n at Copenhagen, which looks a -i / conqueft the Rufuans. the Holftein not \ a cuucjufion, open rupture between p. '° Denmark undoubtedly enfue *" ' A titer from the Hague, dated ( that a mo;ion hath been made the '
25 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
'v IT wKtre iieiitcit molt where of mo,l,-rate I are tsl:»n at 35.6 d. <*ch ; and Priming general is

'v IT wKtre iieiitcit molt where of mo,l,-rate I are tsl:»n at 35.6 d. <*ch ; and Priming general is

" ' *'' ailU( ' r ' trul,ni;in; :re alio * ikon 11, i,y trie Men who carry this Paj-er, U " i! «* neatly 15.,,., G:!i, W, Leru:V, as London.
25 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

h OND ON GAZETTE. ' Pec 8. A detachment, having the 'ort of Aleria ; the ifland of »he the repub'ic has ordered the rebuilt, they being greatly damaged, that place will protection for the fnidil vefTels that into the Gulph of ban Firenza. When the Gent el'e detachment the tort,
11 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

From the LONDON G Z T T At the Court at St. Tamers, the January, 1762, R E S E N T, The KING'S moft Excellent Majcfty, His Royal the Duke York. Archbifhop York. Prefident. Lord Priv^ 7 Seal. Lord Chambt-rhin, Duke Newcaftle, I.ord Steward, Ear! Huntingdon, Earl Albemarle. of Cho
4 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
be SOL D, By F. BRISTO W, pINE BUTTER, at Four-Pence Halfpenny an! * Five I euce per Pound. To

be SOL D, By F. BRISTO W, pINE BUTTER, at Four-Pence Halfpenny an! * Five I euce per Pound. To

be SOL D Freehold Mefluage or Tenement, lately buiir, and in good Repair, with Stab !e, CurtihV and Garden, well planted with lying, and being Sedlcfcomb Street in the Sedlefcomb in the County of Sufllx, late Occupation Mr Stepnen Robinfon, Sur^e.n. For further Particulars enqui
4 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 

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THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

His Majesty*! DECLARATION of WAR againft the King SPAIN. GEORGE The conftant Objeft of our Attention, fince Our Acceftion the Throne, has been, ifpoflible, to put an End to the Calamities War, and to fettle the public Tranquility upon a and lading tion, To pievent tholeCi'amitie
11 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

Rom the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, Jan. 1762. Note delivered „,ont the Count Fuente,, Drc.2s. 1761. Count the Catholic King's Amhaflador his Britannic has juft received courier from his Court, whom he informed,that myLord his Britannick MajeftfS AmbafTador the Court Madrid, has
18 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To he Sold by AUCTION, without Referve, On Wednefday next, and the five following Days, (Sunday excepted; Mr. SAMUEL CLARKE,

To he Sold by AUCTION, without Referve, On Wednefday next, and the five following Days, (Sunday excepted; Mr. SAMUEL CLARKE,

7-hangf. Broker, brought fr >m his Rfposftob Y in Cheapfide, London, that e levant Room in the Star Lewes, HTHE Eft -fts oI r'epofreA with him for the Loan ( f Money, but forfeited, the limi'ed Time being expired, ar g 1 valuable Stock China, and ornamental, in and other Imagts
18 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

FO K N INTELLIGENCE This Day arrived the MAILS from ant Flanders. Petersburg, Dcc. 24. The weather has early here. The Neva and other waters have been frozen time, and become unpayable, but happily ihipping returned from Colberg time. One of them, named the Aftracan, guns, was n
11 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
StMcrtfrementtf.

StMcrtfrementtf.

Sometime in May. next will fold by Auftion, By Mr. W A Y, A LL the Valuable PAINTINGS, as alfo the Neat and Modern Houthold Fur nit me, Books, China, Plate, and Linen, of Sir. HENRY PARKER, Bart, who is leaving off Houle, keeping, at b>( Manlion-Houfc Talton, near ShipHon-upon-St
30 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England