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Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

From the Daily Papers, July 26 and 27. (3» Arrived a MAIL from Sch-zverin, July 8. SINCE the Ruffian troops entered Mecklenburgh the Dutchy of Strehtz, the Danes have alfo entered it by this pla.ee and and in this lall-natned town the Duke ur Sovereign hath, it is faid, permitte
3 August 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

from the Daily Papers, July 27 and 28. Arriit d the MAILS from Holland and Flanders. Madrid, Julv 1. King has ordered 8000 recruits to be immediately railed 10 complete the regiments. . he hca<i quartersol the Marquis de Saria j? %. ' n ortu^ al continue at Dos Iglefias. Our det
3 August 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON. Extrafl of a letter from Bourdeaux, July " Our trade now cniiic'y an end with all Furope, our (hip:

LONDON. Extrafl of a letter from Bourdeaux, July " Our trade now cniiic'y an end with all Furope, our (hip:

being all either taken ordellroved by theEnviift); iulomuch that we have now in our harbour nothing but Danes and Dutchmen, laden with provifions, &c. all which have laid here fame time for a market. Their flay has been occaiioned by the great want of money here, which almoft in
3 August 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
given with Our Bottles, fealcd in the Margin. Sold with good Allowance, arid trail is. which three Dofts. 'The following

given with Our Bottles, fealcd in the Margin. Sold with good Allowance, arid trail is. which three Dofts. 'The following

extraordinary Cuies (among many thcujunds) are canaidly fulmitted to the Confederation of the Public, received very furpi fzinj> jeliet" (alter all other means had proved ineffectual the of Dr. raian s Peroral Drops. prepared and told ty Dicey sr.d Co. London, and fold 5 Bookfel
3 August 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
London, March 13.

London, March 13.

By the laft Accounts from Martinico, it appears, that the only Thing remaining to be con - letted, was the Houfe the Governor, which lies within two Miles of the Citadel, and has been very ftrongly fortified. By Ofticer arrived in Town from Martinico, are informed that before he
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Bristol, March 17.

Bristol, March 17.

Came in firce our !aft, Thi Phcerdr, from New-York; tie Antigua Faftor, from Alicatit and the Catharine Ph'dadcp' ia. J Arriv'd, At Corke, the Boyne, Smith, f ''cp ftrt, and the Mary *** at Falmouth, tier Packrt, Jones, from Jamaica 5 at ia St. Michael, Butler, from Africa and I
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Chemicals, Galenicals* Books, Furniture, , Of ISAAC CABEV the City of Bath, APOTHECARY' Leaving off Trade. For further Particulars,

The Chemicals, Galenicals* Books, Furniture, , Of ISAAC CABEV the City of Bath, APOTHECARY' Leaving off Trade. For further Particulars,

enquire Glazby, in Bath Mr. Bridges, l^ in Briltol. All Perfons indebted to the Cabell, are defired to pay their to Mr. Gla7 v by, or Mr. Bridges, or without further Notice: And whom the faid Isaac Cabell defired to fend their Demands to I Mr. Gla-by, or Mr. Bridges, on or 25th
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DESERTED, Jf->ROM Lieut. Algernon Warren's Recruiting JP Paity of the 66th Regiment Foof, commanded by Major-General John La JAMES HARRIS,

DESERTED, Jf->ROM Lieut. Algernon Warren's Recruiting JP Paity of the 66th Regiment Foof, commanded by Major-General John La JAMES HARRIS,

Aged Years, five Feet nine Inchcs and quarter high, black Complexion, black bufhy Hair, ha7.le Eyes, and well made ; had when deferred, a white Canvas Frock, a ftrip'd Waiftcoat, and aP.tir of r.ewßuck-fkin Brseches wears his own Hair, and was born in the Parilh of Long-Alhton,
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
J o O II SOLD, together or in Parcels, ibe FREEHOLD ESTATE, Situate in Wortley, near '¦ JSIIVF.RAL CLOSES of

J o O II SOLD, together or in Parcels, ibe FREEHOLD ESTATE, Situate in Wortley, near '¦ JSIIVF.RAL CLOSES of

J o O II SOLD, together or in Parcels, ibe FREEHOLD ESTATE, Situate in Wortley, near '■ JSIIVF.RAL CLOSES of Ground, farmed by Mr. Jeremiah Turner, at the clear 9 Yearly Kent of j Several other Clofes of Ground, farmed Mr. John Scott, at the clear Yearly Rent of A Houfe and Outho
21 December 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Following MEDICINES, Are fold by the Printer, and Diftributors of this Tape Prepared by DTCEY and COMPANY in Bow-Church-Yard,

The Following MEDICINES, Are fold by the Printer, and Diftributors of this Tape Prepared by DTCEY and COMPANY in Bow-Church-Yard,

London. The liquid shell dissolvent for the STONE and GRAVEL, which has cured many Thoulands aifiicied therewith, poflefled ot inch mild and penetiable Qualities, that it enter the Pores the Stone or Stones, and uniting with'the vifcid Oil and Salts, their principal Cement, deit
21 December 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England