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Tuefday being the Day on which the Lord-Mayor ojf this City entered into his Office, the Aldermen, Sheriffs, &c. having

Tuefday being the Day on which the Lord-Mayor ojf this City entered into his Office, the Aldermen, Sheriffs, &c. having

met at Guildhall about 1 1 O'Clock, the Right Hon. William Beckford, Efq; Lord-Maynr ©left, in his State-Coach, with the ufual Attendants, proceeded from thence to the Three Cranes, where the Aldermen, and the Livery, in their refpefctive Barges, took Water and proceeded to Weft
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Nov. ao. Paris, ( France ) November is* THE Count de Blenac arrived with his Squadron at Breft the Bth Inftant from St. Domingo, which he left the 7th of September. Pvris, Nov. 19. The Signing of the Peace will not hinder the Departure of! the Squ
26 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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Fromth Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, Qpc Nov. 30. ?? * Vienna, November 13. AS the Court are clearly determined to carry on the War, all poffible Precautions are taken to rtife Recruits in Time; for which Purpofe; no lefs than 6000 have been provided in this Capi
26 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The creditors of james Clothier and Alehoufe-Keeper, of Mabgnte, nigh Leedes, are defired to meet at the Houfe Mrs. T>:ompJon,

The creditors of james Clothier and Alehoufe-Keeper, of Mabgnte, nigh Leedes, are defired to meet at the Houfe Mrs. T>:ompJon,

the Sign of the White - Hart, near the Crofs in Leedes, on Saturday next the Twenty-feventh ' tant, at two o'clock in the Afternoon, in order to give ».eir refpeaive Demands. To be LETT, to enter to immediately, At Dewsburt, nigh Wakefie ld, A New and convenient Water CORNMILL,
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be S L'D, Situate at BirstaLL, in the oj Gomersall, A Freehold E S K, in the Poflef- Hons

To be S L'D, Situate at BirstaLL, in the oj Gomersall, A Freehold E S K, in the Poflef- Hons

of Jofe[>h Pnpphzve/l, Benjamin MaliinJ'on, and others confining a »o<ul Manage, with Hams, Stables, Shops, and othei Conveniences bel<nr,ing. A!fo two of nch Meadow Gioun ', and two Acres aittl one Kood Land lying EirjiaU Town-Field. For fuither enqniie Mr. John Shepley, Attorn
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Frm til LONDON GAZETTE, Nov 6. o MAI L arrived from Holland or Flanders.] At the Court of St. James's, the day of Nov. 1762, PRESENT, The KIN G's mod Excellent Majefty in Council. is this day ordered his in council, M That the order in council, iflued on the 17th 1 September lai
9 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

the late floods cn Tuefday morning there were upwards horned cattle drowned, befides great number of ftieep, near Water back, in the Jfle of Ely: And at Safton fen, near that place, a great many horned cattle and fheep weie likewife drowned, the number not jet known; all over th
9 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

BriJlot , AW. 20. Tucfday Night, between eleven and twelve, Fire broke out at a Houfe Unity-ftreet, near St Philip’s Plain, which was full of People, in all 24. In the firft Story lay a Man, his Wife, and three Children ; the Man faved himfelf, and one of Children, by jumping ou
30 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, Nov 9.

LONDON, Nov 9.

Extrail of a Letter from Paris. The Duke of Bedford intends to prefent at the opening of the Britifh Parliament, wherein Vote more or lefs may not at this Time be indifferent to the Government, Great Britain now divided into two oppofite Parties; the one, more inclined to Glory
16 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
wanted. The Sum of Eight Hundred Pounds; Upon Free Land Security, For farther Particulars Enquire of ihc Primer of this

wanted. The Sum of Eight Hundred Pounds; Upon Free Land Security, For farther Particulars Enquire of ihc Primer of this

Paper. I HE Sale of Mr. Uhthff Ellate it Biilington, advtflifed in this Paper of the 2d and 9th Inllaat, to on Wednrfday the 1 7th Lilian t, (by mentioned to be the 19th Inllant) pollponed untiil furchcr Notice. WHmfitw, Nov. is, 1762, WHEREAS Georg* Parr, Trade a Weaver, bora n
16 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England