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By the KIN G's Authority. This Day was published, Price 6 c!. (liluftrated with a curious Coppsr plate, and explaining

By the KIN G's Authority. This Day was published, Price 6 c!. (liluftrated with a curious Coppsr plate, and explaining

the A&ion Fluids Be* and the ules of Hydroftatic balances and Aret ters the Blue Jay, coloured from Nature;! lsgantly engraved Head Queen Mary 11, new Song, iet to The Oniverfal Magazi OF Knowledge and Pleafure: For DECEMB ER, NUMHEK CCIil, VOL XXIX, CONTAINING, Eight Pages extr
11 January 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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Banenap'tf p©»c

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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-A- ?? -,V ?? 'ir. 1, -Jy ?? ADVER TISE MENTS, To be S 0 L D, A London-made COACH, linle -t- * worfe than new, ttith barnels for four horfes. — Fnqt.rre at Alexander Crichton, Couch- Hvi.L« r ia Edinburgh. iN :iie prefs ml wili be publifned the L-e du- ping ot February, by V. .
13 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extra fl a fa letter from the Hague. Dec. 23.

Extra fl a fa letter from the Hague. Dec. 23.

" It is now certain that a rupture between Eng- land and Spain is inevitable. The Spaniffi court has intimated very plainly to the Earl of Briftol, that the categorical anfwer which England demand-*, is below its dignity, and that it adheres to the pretenfions which were communi
9 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from tfwm d.

Arrived the Mails from tfwm d.

From ihe Lomdoß Gaze.ie, fan. c. SU James's Januarys The Officer* ofanns, | with the- Setjen.us nf' arras, aud Trumpeters. I mounted their borfcs in the Stable yard, St. James's; a,*d proceeding thence to: the palace , gate, Ciarnceu-v King cf arms rea^ his ?? uv - j declaration
9 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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7 OXF

SAT Publiflj^ Jackson the 2£g t And difperlbd, wife the Expoditiaa* Htrtfordjbire, SbropJbirt «nd Oitfarfiiwwij, ifavi TUESDAY’S POST. ftw Art LONDON GAZETTE, fife JmhA. J!m—y |rt> «7fia.- hmSmumb * . m Ormn flMddlMpiO. Dagriat)M»fiuti Mmmet, ' l.fWlifim «ti-I' the tetheSlhf* Of
9 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
'I U U RSDAY’S and 1' IU D AY’s'pOS TS.

'I U U RSDAY’S and 1' IU D AY’s'pOS TS.

'I U and 1' IU AY’s'pOS TS. frcrn lhe LONDON A T B. To, our Trußy Well-beloved Servants, the Kings, Heralds, and Puifuivants, Arms. - GF.ORG E R. OUR Will and Pleafurc is. That yon attend the Proclamation of our Declaration of War againll Spain, that is to made on Monday next the
9 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To hi SOLD to tho hft Bidder,

To hi SOLD to tho hft Bidder,

To hi SOLD hft Bidder, On Tucfday the tz-h Day of Jannuy inft. at the Etchange Coffee houfe, in Newcaflle, between the Honrs of Ten and Two of the fame Day» A Well accuftomed PUBLIC-HOUSE, (itaate WinUton, in the County of Dutbam, known by the Sign of the Smiths Asms, at the annu
9 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Wednefday Poft. No Foreign Mails this Pojl. NAVA L AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Dec. 31. New-Tork) Novr. 23. AVING extraordinary

Wednefday Poft. No Foreign Mails this Pojl. NAVA L AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Dec. 31. New-Tork) Novr. 23. AVING extraordinary

fine leading gale, the men of war and tranfports put to fea, the igth inftant, and the wind flill continuing favourable, we hope they’ll foon reach their intended port. They are the Devonflure, capt. Darby, of 66 guns; the Alci e, of 64, capt. Mankerfon the Norwich, 50, capt. M‘
11 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

MR. SINCLAIR begs the Favour that all and Jingular of any Perfon or Per fans, who have any lawful Demands him or bis Mother Mrs. Margaret The Sinclair, at prefent Rejldenluye in this Town, his late f ather Conueener Alexander Sinclair, Tradejman urgh rr in Mujfelhurgh, Inhabitan
11 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland