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LONDON.

LONDON.

It is faid, that it was concluded on, after figning, the declaration of War againft Spain, that inftruftions (hould fent to oar Minifter the Hague, demand the ftipulated affiftance of the Dutch in (hips and troops; and likewifeto iniift on their declaring war againft Spain, agre
12 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY, January n, 1762.

MONDAY, January n, 1762.

Aquiles . 68 La Peria Efpana 60 Aquila 22 Ferdinando 6o La Flecha 22 Afia 6o El Gazotto 22 El Septentrioa 60 El Catalan 22 El America 60 El Ibicineo 22 El Dragon 60 La Flora La Europe 60 El Diligence 20 La Caflilla 60 El Jafon, 20 El Campion, 58 La Conception, El Tridcntc, El Ca
11 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
On C L O E. Chi.OE facred the Mufe's Song, X C'hlob, ro whom the iofteft Strains belong : S«e

On C L O E. Chi.OE facred the Mufe's Song, X C'hlob, ro whom the iofteft Strains belong : S«e

Loves and Graces deck her Angel Form, And native Sweetnefs brighten every Charm : Not ligluly gay, nor rigidly feverc, She fcorns the haughty felf-Lmportant Air. 'Tis hers with artlel's Elegance to fhine, And brilliant Wit with folid Judgment join ; Hers the Faculties to pleafe,
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JOURNA THAI if nny P erf or Perfons have any Claim or Demand the i.ondon flipping Company of Aber -

JOURNA THAI if nny P erf or Perfons have any Claim or Demand the i.ondon flipping Company of Aber -

deen, are hereby deftred to give in the fame to WIL D'ly CRAY Clerk to theJaid Company and the ninth of February next, other-wife they autll be after 'wards precluded from Payment, as the faid Company is to be dtjjolved.—This is likeavije to give Notice that fundry outfanding de
11 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
g D AN a U R G H.

g D AN a U R G H.

Extracl of a letter from Louden, Jun. J. N By letters receive, by the Lisbon Mail this oteht, there is. so ?? of any motion of the Span it -is* cv t}.r"r f-oanior; fo It i s ?? thai ihc re. poris . bk-b prevailed formerly have been wkboat foundation. ' 5 We are 'informed ihat th
9 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'*• D 1 N B A R 0 H.

'*• D 1 N B A R 0 H.

«■ X letter from .Kottr ■■• ?? of ?? ■ ■ * ?? i i*i has declared a - a c rait " A gentleman jufl arrived from France iys, people In ?? there great diftre.l;; that at fans ?? y rr^r, bat that (hopkeepers ha-je been ibi - : . liviae entirely upon ?? ; rdock convoy one mm * . o ??
11 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
"~*""'^ n I N B U R G H.

"~*""'^ n I N B U R G H.

rriri, morning* •« four o'clock, arrived here an ' „ b -A. adoni witb "'A'" As -A-'-rJuration of W a R. agjrinft The X • v g of SP A IN. ~G £O R G E R rnr^-MS *» HE confc ?? £ ob ' ea ci otlt attesu,on * " |f face our acceifion to ibe throne, has been, if potable, to tut an end
9 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AC K S 0 N’s RD JOURNAL.

AC K S 0 N’s RD JOURNAL.

K S 0 N’s RD JOURNAL. Y, January 9, 1762, Oxford ; and R. Bono, Printer and ERY SATUROAY MORN jgh o*fvrifbin, Btrkjbirt, Wilts:—By whom Adrertifeinencs 'tmUmhuyt tntaim tbt wttrM Artidm tf h tifa* « Madrid, to been trim tridk Ike fcll Ap. pjribaaoa tte M»g A|e»UgktM die fart^lke
9 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Bay is Publijhed, (Andfold by J. Ogle, J. Wilfon, and G. Copperthwaite inLeedes ; G. Lord and J. Meggit,

This Bay is Publijhed, (Andfold by J. Ogle, J. Wilfon, and G. Copperthwaite inLeedes ; G. Lord and J. Meggit,

in Wakefield N. Binns in Halifax } J. Bent in Barn/ley Seal field Rockdale, and J. Smith in Bradford Brooke, in Huddersfield-, J. Smith, in Done after] J. Paley, in Settle j Crowtber, in Skifton and T. Anderton, in Manchefler.) Curioujly printed on fine Writing Paper, Price is.
12 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The GIRDLE of VENUS. A Fable from the Greek, For Grown LADIES. WHEN Jupiter's high-mettled Dame (As we read in

The GIRDLE of VENUS. A Fable from the Greek, For Grown LADIES. WHEN Jupiter's high-mettled Dame (As we read in

Dan Homer the Story) Had a Mind his cold Breafc to inflame, And to fliine with additional Glory,— She order'd her Peacocks and Car, And then flew to the Queen of the Doves, Who liv'd from her Palace iv>t far, In the Midft of her Graces and Loves. ' Dear Venus, (thus flow'd her f
14 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England