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Paris, March i. Tlie Watch-mi ken Paris have given 12,000 Ltvres towards the Conftruftlon of a Man of War, and

Paris, March i. Tlie Watch-mi ken Paris have given 12,000 Ltvres towards the Conftruftlon of a Man of War, and

the Engravers 000. Paris, March t. The King hath appointed the Duke of Choifcnl to be Ctfoncl General of the and Grifons, in the Room the Count d’fto, who refigned. ExtraS of Luter from Gnoa, fob. 15. Letters from Spain adore us, that one of the three Divifioni of the Army aiemh
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
-,f v - . • • Extra# *f » letter /rmJSrgima, yo'ii'Gen' dated jam. 26. Gentleman jidl arrived from the

-,f v - . • • Extra# *f » letter /rmJSrgima, yo'ii'Gen' dated jam. 26. Gentleman jidl arrived from the

‘•Havahnah, * nilh Men of War are arrived there, with * .AdmiraU, bat orlv&t Occafion we * boo. 'X, FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Copenhagen, [Capital Denmark] Feb. 20. Board eftablilhed at Peterf- W bjirgh, for the Affairs of Hoi- 1 W ftein, have' fignified to our Mi- niftry, that.me Cartel
20 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Ed, I determined immediately to ereft Bat* terics againft thefe of the Enemy which annoyed us, and which might cover

Ed, I determined immediately to ereft Bat* terics againft thefe of the Enemy which annoyed us, and which might cover

our Pa/Tage of the Ravine. On the 27th, about Four o’Clock the Evening, the Enemy, under Cover of their Batteries, and with the greateft Part of tbeir Force, had the Temerity to attack the two Corps of Light Infantry, and Brigadier Haviland's Brigade, in the Pofts they occupied;
27 March 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tt be SOLD mmedieutlf.

Tt be SOLD mmedieutlf.

Tt SOLD mmedieutlf. AN improvable Freehold ESTATE, in the rartlb of Monk-hefleton, the County Dutham, commonly called Black-balls, and now in the PoOeflion of John Appleby, as Tenant thereof, confiding of Dwellmg-houle, Barn, Bver, Stable, and all other fuitab’.e Convenienctes an
20 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To bt SOLD,

To bt SOLD,

THE DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOPS, and CELLARS, advantageoufly lltuated on the Sandhill, Newcaftle, in thorough Repair, and in the Occupation of Mr John Soulsby, Woollen-draper, and Mrs Mary Charlton, Dntggid, as Tenants thereof, at the eaaft yearly Rent of jol.—Apply Mr Butdus, Attorne
27 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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< PHgrm~ftreet uponTyn*. .**j - ' • , i" ] i 41-.CH MDCCtXtI. LONDO N, F s k : sy. Extraft of a Letter from New York, Jan. it. The Ship Succefs, Captain Cookfbn, arrived here froni Barbadoes in ai Days, being lent foi Neceffaries for the Fleet. Captain Cookfon inform, that Admira
6 March 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L Q N D 0 N, March 6.

L Q N D 0 N, March 6.

By the laft Letters from Dublin we are informed,- that in lefs than two Months there will be no lefs than 50,000 Proteftants jn Arms, who will foon be embodied, in order to receive the Spaniards in a proper Manner, fhould they be weak enough to make ah Attempt on that Kingdom. T
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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OBetmeiWiS l&lfr.SC.

Fran LLOYD'S British Chronicle, March 8. Extract of a Letter from Lisbon, Jan. 16. ft '""THE Propofal lately made by the King of -* Spain to our Court was to the following Effeft : ' Ido not pretend to after t any of my Claims 4 to the Crown of Portugal, nor in the leaft to im-
5 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
At St. Ann's Bay.

At St. Ann's Bay.

Jron Ordnance mounted, 5 Eighteen Pounders-, un- ferviceable. On Grand Aunce Bay. Iron Ordnance, 3 Eighteen Pounders, unferviceable. Round Shot, 210 ferviceable. On three Batteries near Cafe de Navierre. ■ran Ordnance, 1 Eighteen Pounder, ferviceable; 1 Ditto, 4 Sixteen Ditto, u
26 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Copy of a Letter from an Officer in Col. Scot's Light Infantry,.Martinico, Feb. 10, 1762.

Copy of a Letter from an Officer in Col. Scot's Light Infantry,.Martinico, Feb. 10, 1762.

Copy of a Letter from an Officer in Col. Scot's Light Infantry, Martinico, Feb. 10, 1762. " As foon as we were all fafely difembarked at Cas Navire, our Engineers were immediately fet to work in raifing Batteries. For this purpofe all the Cannon, and other Warlike Stores, were la
26 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England