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11 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extraft of a Letter from Cockermouth, Dec. 28, 1761.

Extraft of a Letter from Cockermouth, Dec. 28, 1761.

Extraft of Letter from Cockermouth, Dec. 28, 1761. This Day came on the Election for Member for this County, in the Room of Sir James Lowther, who made his Election for Weflmoreland, when Sir Wilfred Lawfon was unanimoufly elected, who made very genteel Speech to the Electors upo
9 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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
 
A Jhort View of the 'whole Royal \ f Great Britain, now actually in CommijJion. Firft rates f96 to 110.guns

A Jhort View of the 'whole Royal \ f Great Britain, now actually in CommijJion. Firft rates f96 to 110.guns

each. Second do. jB4to Third do. 6 4 Fourth do. to 71 Fifth do. 40 Sixth do. 6 to tii floops, 4 befides fwivels. Bombs, Firefhips, Storelhips, Armed hired, 7 Royal yatchts, 5 Small 372 King's ftiips. Ships of War lojl, taken, or become unfer^uiceable, 1761. Dated 1 Aquitain, 64
12 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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11 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the Printer, &c. AS the Spaniards have thought proper to force us into War with them, it behoves us

To the Printer, &c. AS the Spaniards have thought proper to force us into War with them, it behoves us

to profecute it in all Points our greateft Advantage. Now the main Points that I think we ought to have in View, are the completing and fecuring of our Empire in North America. This Empire will be complete and entirely fe; cured by our Acquilitions of Spanifli Florida and French
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FEMALE PATRIOTISM. qua not ale folam dulctdine captos Vucit.. Ovid. have engag'd myfelf a Voluntier in the rt ' c

FEMALE PATRIOTISM. qua not ale folam dulctdine captos Vucit.. Ovid. have engag'd myfelf a Voluntier in the rt ' c

the Ladies, 1 (hall make it S my future Speculations to recommend . Promote luch Virtues as tend to make them , e a greeable ; and to decry and paint in their Colours fuch Vices or Follies as blot over 6it eaut ' es » an render them ridiculous. But lrt 18 much more rob'.e to com
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
are dejired for the Future to af for Kenn. . derfon s Scots Pilli, which dtpr--.. • gincu. I'rice is.

are dejired for the Future to af for Kenn. . derfon s Scots Pilli, which dtpr--.. • gincu. I'rice is.

the Box, which'conUfms and but commonly in all others. Tt. •s ' 30 for 9d. in Oval Boxes. 1. The Green Grana Angelica, or Dr. ! Kennedy'/ celebrated Purging Pjs >'• 1 which are *ooell known in tnofl Parts oj >tgla ' lard, and America, the •• ' tion of Phyjic, both for Mildnejs i
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
all Readers of Newf papers. On Friday the 15th Jan. 1762, (At Si* o'Clock in the Evening) Will be given

all Readers of Newf papers. On Friday the 15th Jan. 1762, (At Si* o'Clock in the Evening) Will be given

Gratis, NUMBER I. (Dedicated to his Majejly) Of a NEWS-PAPER, under the TITLE of The Royal CHRONICLE, AND Britifh Evening-Poft: be regularly continued MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDAYS, Price Two-Pence Halfpenny WHICH, betides the frtjhefl Intelligence from all Quarters of the Wo
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Very Strong ONE-HORSE CHAIR, With the Horse that has been ufed it extremely fta;-.dy, fure-footed, and ftrong. * Chair

A Very Strong ONE-HORSE CHAIR, With the Horse that has been ufed it extremely fta;-.dy, fure-footed, and ftrong. * Chair

Horfe may be the WhiTe-Hart iri • <ath. A reafonable Trial will allowed.
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England