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London, Jan..3.

London, Jan..3.

London, Jan. .3. Yefterday there was a grand Court at St. James's ; among other Perfons of Diftinction were prelent the Archbifhop of Canterbury, Lord Vifcount Ligonier, Lord Tyrawley, Right Hon. Mr. Pitt, &c. Yefterday two Exprefles arrived with Advice, that the Spaniards were a
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Frontthe LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 9

Frontthe LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 9

WHITEHALL, Januarys 1762. Tranfiation of a NOTE delivered to tbe Earl of Egre- mont by the Count de Fuentes, Dec. 2c, 1761. THE Count de Fuentes, the Catholick King^ Ambaflador to His JJritannick Majefty, has juft received a Courier from his Court, by whom he is in- formed, that
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
dKirCUap'o P©sC,

dKirCUap'o P©sC,

?? P©sC, Fromtb' Whitehall, General, and other Evenino Papers, &>e. Jan. 12. This Day arrived th MAILS from Flanders. Vhnna, December a 6. •"p H E Prince of Wurremberg, in his March to *•' Stargard, (after finding all Attempts to relieve Colberg ineffectual J was conftantly purlu
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON" GAZETTE, Jan. 12.

From the LONDON" GAZETTE, Jan. 12.

Magdtbcurg, [the Capital of ihe Dutchy on the River Elbe in Germany) Dec. 29. GENERAL Platen's Corps was expected to arrive at Berlin oh the 28th, and to make fome Halt thei'e for Refrefhment. Prince Henry having thought proper to extend his Quarters of Cantonment, General Seydl
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ffranfiation ofthe ANSWER delivered to the Count de.Fuentes by tbe Earl of Egremont, Dec. 31, 1761,

ffranfiation ofthe ANSWER delivered to the Count de.Fuentes by tbe Earl of Egremont, Dec. 31, 1761,

ffranfiation of the ANSWER delivered to the Count de Fuentes by tbe Earl of Egremont, Dec. 31, 1761, THE Earl of Egremont, His Britannick Majefty's Secretary of State, having received from His Ex- cellency the Count de Fuentes, AmbafTador of the Catholick King at the Court of Lon
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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CO VNT R T NEWS.

CO VNT R T NEWS.

Pertfmouth, Jan. c. We are greatly hurried here in all our War Departments. Every Thing of Force, we hear, is to be fitted out that can fwim, for the Reception of the Spaniards. This Day his Majefty's Ship Newark, Sir Piercy Brett, was paid her remaining fix Months at Spitheajl.
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Jan. ri, this Day Arrived two Mails from Holland. Vienna, (tbe Capital of Lower Aufitia in Germany ) Dec. a 6. THE Scarcity of Provifions at Colberg was fo great, that for ten Days before the Place fur- rendered, the Garrifon was allowed only a Po
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers^ &>c. Jan. 9. AMERICAN NEWS. Extratt of a Letter from Barbadoes, 08. 28. " VfOTHfNG is talked of here but War, and war- -I^l like Affairs. We are raifmg, and have almoft compleated ten Companies, to be paid by thislfland, and
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Jan. iz.

LONDON, Jan. iz.

Letters from Spain by the Flinders Mail advife, that War' was declared there againlt Great-Britain on the 23d ult. Yeiterday's Lisbon Mail brought an Account, that 17 out of 19 Britifh Ships got out of Cadiz Bay, by flipping their Cables, notwithftanding they were fired upon fro
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO BE LETT, And Entered upon at Old Lady-Day next; TWO FARMS, at Stableford, in the County of Nottingham-, now

TO BE LETT, And Entered upon at Old Lady-Day next; TWO FARMS, at Stableford, in the County of Nottingham-, now

f 0 tie i C f % y And Entered upon at Old Lady-Day next \ TWO FARMS, at Stableford, in the County of Nottingham-, now in the PofTeflion of Mofes Atkim confifting of near One Hundred Acres of arable and open Field Lands. * Any Perfon who Is defirous to take the fame, may apply to
8 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England