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DERBT: Printed andfold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr.Ron, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Sanders, in DW LIKEWISE

DERBT: Printed andfold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr.Ron, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Sanders, in DW LIKEWISE

By Mrs. COLE in Wtrkfwortb, and at Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton u rn Trent. Mr. MARTIN, BookWhf m AJkbyde-k-Zeut^ Mr. Taylor's Shop in IFinjler every Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROK in #torw, Mr. JOHN SALT, mrkfwor^Feft. Mrs. SLATER/io CMirjEitf. Mr. JAMES HILL, and Mr. E. BLADO
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March n.

LONDON, March n.

A new Treaty of Commerce is upon the Anvil, between the Court of Rulfia and our Courr, by Virtue of which many Inconveniencies in our Ruflia Trade will be removed, and the Duty on fome of our Manu- factures will be confiderably Jeffened. It is laid that the Spaniards have entere
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, March 16.

Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, March 16.

Lisbon, (Portugal) February 20. THE Thunderer, Anfon, and Montague, arrived here the 1 ith Inftant, from Sir Charles Saund- ers's Squadron, to take in Provifions. The Arethufa Frigate, in her Way from Gibralter, having loft her Main Maft, put into this Port to refit. Capt. Vane,
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SiAPRINTE R.

SiAPRINTE R.

DERBT, March 15, 176*. S I R, Being a determined Enemy to all Kinds of Delufion and Hypc- trifiy, ( more efpecially in Matters of Religion ) •no Character . leing more feverely animadverted on by our Saviour: I can- not adopt that favourite Maxim of fome Men ; Si Populus Vult de
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March ic.

LONDON, March ic.

All Officers of Regiments now Abroad, excepting fuch as are out on Recruiting Parties, whether in Gar- rifon or elfewhere, are ordered to join their refpe&ive Corps by the firft Opportunity. They are erecting at Genoa two very great Hofpi- tals; one for the Soldiers, and the oth
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
D £Rrr* MERCURY.

D £Rrr* MERCURY.

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at jj. 61 each, and continued Weekly at j | and larger ones in Pnpcrtio From FRIDAY March 12, to FRIDAY March 19. 176 a. \^^M^ctmoh^ * VdMriAE J&SJ, Number i.
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Perufal of the following Jdvertifement, is eameftljr recommended to the Public. WALKER's Patent Genuine JESUIT DROPS. Or, The DROPS

The Perufal of the following Jdvertifement, is eameftljr recommended to the Public. WALKER's Patent Genuine JESUIT DROPS. Or, The DROPS

of Health and Lono Lhe. In Bottles of s s. or is, 6d. proportionable. NOTICE is hereby given to Perfons of both Sexes affliaed with Gleets and Weaknefies ofthe Semi- nal VelTcls, of ever fo long ftanding, or with the Venereal Difeafe mall its different Stages, from the flighted
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Admiralty-Office, March 15.

Admiralty-Office, March 15.

His Majefty's Ship the EflTex, commanded by Cap- tain Schomberg, being upon a Cruize, on the 9th Inftant, took off Ulhant the Romain of Dunkirk, a French Privatier of of 20 Carriage Guns, moftly Six Pounders, befides Swivels, with 130 Men, command- ed by M. de Cock, and has fent
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Countrt news.

Countrt news.

Count rt news. Extract of a Letter from Portfmouth, March v. " The Laurel Tranfport did not fink as we were informed, but was towed into Plymouth in a very dreadful Condition, with the Lofs of all her Mafts, her Beam-Ends beat in, &c. " Wednefday two fmall French Privateers were
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEsTS.

AMERICAN NEsTS.

Extract" of a Letter from Charles-Town, South-Carolina, January 13. " On Sunday laft the Detachment under the Com- mand of Lieutenant-Colonel Grant, of the ; 40th Regiment of Foot and four Companies of the Royal, or General St. Clair's fecond Battalion, failed from hence for the
12 March 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England