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ExtrAf of a tetter frim Brijlof Otf. 27. I

ExtrAf of a tetter frim Brijlof Otf. 27. I

?? Capt. Smith, of the Clifton, is arrived here, J who lays, that in a gale of wind laft Monday night J at north, being with his Hiip io the eaftward ofthe I Holmes, he parted his cables and anchors, and i riving near tlie fbore, be with great difficulty go! i :.» (nip intpr the
6 November 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Admiralty Office, November i).

Admiralty Office, November i).

His Majefty's Ship the Looe, commanded by •Captain Penny, has taken and brought into Cork 1 the Cantabria, a Spanilh Privateer, of 14 Guns and ' 115 Men > which fhe fell in with on the 37th of September. [Thus far the London Gazette. ] ??
5 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
At the Theatre, in Mancheftcr , For the BENEFIT of Mil's W R I G H T. On T eld

At the Theatre, in Mancheftcr , For the BENEFIT of Mil's W R I G H T. On T eld

ay the feeond of November 1762, to:/I be /tit Entertainment of MUSI C, The Vocal Part by Mil's WRIGHT. Who will fing fevcral favourite Song*, particularly Why does the God of If'/irl bleep f From the Oratorio of Sampiin, compos’d by Mr. Handel. The Lever Rejt'ution, New Son y. A
2 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

INo Foreign Mail.'] 28. Number of Expreftes have arrived at St. James's within A ten Days pall than was ever known SZ two were received one from Frmce, the other from Spain, tht Contents of which are to feme Irefli Propolals for the renewing Peace. The two Melfer.gnrs who brough
4 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
This Lay. <ms pMjbeJ,

This Lay. <ms pMjbeJ,

This Lay. pMjbeJ, In a neat Pocket Volume on fine Paper and Latter, bound in Red, frice ti. The Choice Spirits Companion, Being Colle&ion of the Favourite Songs,, «t the fevenl Socictiti «f Choice Spirits, Matbnt,' Buck*. Me. with the Soap, ••'h lodge, withokove «o Hundred Origio
6 November 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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Some Account of Account"! RIC H& N A.S*T, Ffqj 3'th, >he of hi. t, concluded from '»r laft. lOIS F

Some Account of Account"! RIC H& N A.S*T, Ffqj 3'th, >he of hi. t, concluded from '»r laft. lOIS F

coulf' conccive wore fi f fill fcmploymo?* to-w Nafli. *r Jong i- the Wand h.* had acquired an penetrable and tncF-cedo'n L he wis ret eived bv the \i with vwacitv 9 which fee commanded -«nv and which ' .inlfK Wit, * K's former o„p> in T■»" let him into molt 1, f the N and wa -.
1 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
No Mails tlris Poll.

No Mails tlris Poll.

From the London papers^ Odi. 23. Rome, September -2 2< ON the i6tb the acadeany of St. Luke met in the great hall of the capitol, to diitribute the prizes for painting, fcuiptn-re, and architecfure, y.-idch it give* every four years to the young artiils thai produce tbe beft wor
1 November 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY'S POST.

TUESDAY'S POST.

"FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. This Day arrived the MAILS from Holland and Flak ers. Copenhagen. ( • 12. Court much aft that »i r C'Ui'v Kiel will admit the King's'iiaries act in*'his Majtily's name i.i ihe c-.<'vtri.ir.tnt countries which devolved the Grand Duke the Hoi'h in. hope that
1 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
This PU 'THAT there now P«ufc in the County oi Suflex, five young BEASTS, coming two Years old. Whoever will

This PU 'THAT there now P«ufc in the County oi Suflex, five young BEASTS, coming two Years old. Whoever will

bring theirMnrks Blies Giftbs, Keeper the Park, payi*j? all Charges, may have them again FRANCIS GIBB& A-Y'D From the Grounds and EarL Rickney near Pevenfey on or about the paft fwnert u-y vere Keeping) Three Red HEIFERS, One pale Red, white-fae'd, cop horn'd, and tail'd one a d
1 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
London, October 30.

London, October 30.

On Thurfday Evening His Grace the Duke of Devonfhire, Lord Chamberlain, came to Town from Bath, and refigned his Key as Lord Chamberlain and Yellerday his Grace fet out for his Seat at Chatfworth, in Derbyfniie. We hear that the Earl of Befborough has alfo refined his Place of o
4 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England