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Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

fen asaccmfetent dumber are jubjiriLedfor, will bepubliflr’d Sin and Danger of Opprelfion, In Two Ser| nr»ns, preach’d during the late High Prices Corn, t0 S'oery ot I'rotejlant Diffenters , at Deb Lane End , near ilunckejhr. R. R O B I N S O N. With Preface, endeavouring obviat
19 January 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

The Gazette contiins no other News but Proclamations for General Fall to obferyed in England and Ireland, on Friday the twelfth Day of March next, and in Scotland on Tburlday the eleventh Froil the Evenino-Fosts, and Daily Papers, Jan. »6. LONDON, January 16. "ExtraS of Letter f
19 January 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
London, Jan. i.

London, Jan. i.

I A tetter from Berlin, dated Dec. 18, fays, " The King was fcarce come to the full Knowledge of the At- tempt defigned to be made on his facred Perfon, when Notice was happily given him of another intended Aft of Treafon. The Governor of a certain Fortrefs in Silefia, gained ov
1 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, Qfc. 'Jan. 14. LONDON, Jan. 14. AN Exprefs has been difpatched for Plymouth, for all the Men of War there to be ready againft the Arrival of Lord Howe, who is going on an Expedition of great Confeqaence. We learn from Hollan
15 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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tj&eorcento!^ p ! fls»c From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Jan. 18. This Day arrived a Mail from Holland, which was due en Friday lafi. Hamburgh, ( a cenfiderable City in Germany \ Jan, c. LETTERS from Silefia advife, that the King of Pruffia's Army had received Orders to march, but
15 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Jan. 18.

LONDON, Jan. 18.

The King has been pleafed to iflue his Royal Pro- clamation, appointing a general Fait to be obferved throughout England and Wales, on Friday the 12th of March next ; in Ireland on the fame Day j and in Scotland on Thurfday the nth of March. The new Levies that are ordered to be
15 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Jan. 19.

LONDON, Jan. 19.

Yefterday being the Day kept for her Majefty's Birth-Day, the Morning was ufhered in with the Ringing of Bells, at Noon the Guns were fired in the Park and the Tower, and the Day concluded with Bonfires and Illuminations. There was a very great Court at St. James's, the Avenues
15 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
It happened, at I was going Home, on one the l3te rainy Evenings, between Ten and Eleven, chat I was

It happened, at I was going Home, on one the l3te rainy Evenings, between Ten and Eleven, chat I was

faluted with " Sir, 'tis falfej I had not contended for theWall,had been fuited for the Weather, with a Great Coat, as you arc; nor would any Gentleman have denied the giving it." " I tell you, Sir, (replied the other) that am one of his Majefty's liege Subjects, and will theref
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DESERTED, THE 25th of December, 1761, from Recruiting Party Devizes, belonging tohisMajefty's Black. Musqueteers, commanded Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant Ifaac Barre Lifted

DESERTED, THE 25th of December, 1761, from Recruiting Party Devizes, belonging tohisMajefty's Black. Musqueteers, commanded Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant Ifaac Barre Lifted

in the City Briftolj and deferted from Devizes, SAMUEL HILLMAN, By Trade a Labourer, ferv'd as Hoftler at the Queen's-Head in Redcliff-Street, from whence he lilted the 17th of November, 1761; aged Years; five Feet four Inches high born atYatton, in the County Somerfet; fair Com
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Infcribedto Mifs ****. rove «. adieu ye Plains r»k 0ln j tllourn ing lies Ure the ant thick'ning Rains, .

Infcribedto Mifs ****. rove «. adieu ye Plains r»k 0ln j tllourn ing lies Ure the ant thick'ning Rains, .

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28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England