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27 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
drrived a Mail from Holland.

drrived a Mail from Holland.

From the London Gazette, Jan, 10. Wed Antler, Jan. :o. r-|-«HIS day bis Vlajelly cam* tothe Hooleol ■__ Peers, and beingin bis royai robes feated on ibe . * oc with the afu3l fblemnity, Sir Septimus Robinfon Knt. Gentleman Ufbor of the Black Rod, was fent with a meflage from his
23 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

A letter from Madrid ol A : _Bth irlt. to a mer- cbant in Amfterdam, mentions that a formal decla- ration -againfl England had not then taken place, i .* . inifefto had been publtlhed, intituled, ano- ?? -:.o edy declaration of war againft England, which was fi I-d with little m
23 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Hu NEW DISCOVERY

Hu NEW DISCOVERY

NEW DISCOVERY for the fpeedy Cure of the Sctrvy, Ltprefy, & c . > The truly eelehracn) Antifcoibutic Powders, which infallibly cute all and eyety Species of theft Difordcts, even in their moft virulent and tr.a-ligoant Scatfj the treat umbers daily cured them evinces it, nor does
23 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
aobertiTement& Bottce f$ 6eitbp Gfoeit, THAT all Perfons indebted to the Eftate and EfTecls of Mr. Edward Taylor, o? South-Wmg-

aobertiTement& Bottce f$ 6eitbp Gfoeit, THAT all Perfons indebted to the Eftate and EfTecls of Mr. Edward Taylor, o? South-Wmg-

field, ( againft whom a Commifiion of Bankrupt hath been lately ■ 'awardedj are required immediately to pay their refpective .Debts to Mr. Immanuel Halton, of Wingfield Manner, 'the Atlignee, or they will be fued for the fame.. Co be 9 © t D, TWO HOUSES, in good Repair, a large
22 January 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's POSTS.

Wednesday and Thursday's POSTS.

Frcm tht LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 19. Arrived MAIL from Holland. Magdebourg, Jan. 5. E Rear Prince Henry has moved his quarters from Baroitzto Hoff, near Ofchatz ; add that every thing continues quiet in Saxony. Genera] Platen inarched from Berlin on the 2d, in order, as is faid, to
26 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday and Staurday's POSTS.

Friday and Staurday's POSTS.

From the Daily Papers, &>. Jan. and 21. M A L arrived from Holland or Flanders.'] Vijlury, (near Hindon, Wilts) Jan. 16. ✓ «/ 'H E dreadful ftorm of wind, thunder* and . lightning, lad Tuefday morning, unfortunater ly beat down the fine /lately fpireof our Church, f which was fi
26 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Some Authentic Particulars of the Life of John Macnaghton, Efquirt.

Some Authentic Particulars of the Life of John Macnaghton, Efquirt.

Some Authentic Particulars the Life of John Macnaghton, Efquirt. Complied from Papers communicated fy a Gentleman Ire. land Per/on of Diftinßion of that Kingdom, now tejsding here. OF the life of this unfortunate Gentleman (event! particolars have already been communicated the pu
26 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, January 19.

LONDON, January 19.

This Day his Mjjefty wen: in ftate to the Houfe and made the following moft/gradous Speech from tlie Throne] My Lords and Gentlemen,' I Have fo often allured you my fincere Difpcfition put an End the Calamities of War, and to reftote the Publick Tranquility on fblid and Itllirg
26 January 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The A more infield Ground, if choofies it, Tor Particulars, apply to Mr. John Forbes at . oundlichnet, near Old

The A more infield Ground, if choofies it, Tor Particulars, apply to Mr. John Forbes at . oundlichnet, near Old

Meldrum, to runcis Douglas Bookjeller siberdetn. Moji of the Ground is inclo/ed.
25 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland