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LONDON, Nov. 13.

LONDON, Nov. 13.

On Tuefday Evening a MefTenger arrived with Difpatches from his Grace the Duke of Bedford at Paris; and Yefterday Morning two more ExprefTes arrived at St. James's, one from the Court of France, and the other from the Spanifh Minifler there. M. GrimaJdi, the Spanifh Minifter at
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extras of a Letter from Paris, dated Nov. y.

Extras of a Letter from Paris, dated Nov. y.

v Count Stahremberg, the Auftrian Ambaffador, was the firft foreign Minifter who was made ac- quainted with the Signing of the Preliminaries. We expeft that the Ratifications of them will be exchanged by the ioth at fartheft. The Preliminaries would have been figned much fooner
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L ft N D 0 27, Nov. i;.

L ft N D 0 27, Nov. i;.

It is faid that the Spaniards have made Overtures for purchafing the Men of War, which were taken at the Havannah. :;V Ithey write from Breflau, that a new Negociation was fet on foot between the King of Pruflia and the Emprefs Queen, which it was hoped this Winter would bring t
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
In ASIA.

In ASIA.

8. The French may, if they pleafe, rebuild Pondicherry, and have Settlements on the Coromandel Coaft ; but to be excluded from having any Eftablifhmentj in the Kingdom of Bengal, except three Comptoirs, or Factories, with no more than lix- teen Men to garrifon each.
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
In the WEST-INDIES.

In the WEST-INDIES.

q. Martinico, Guadalupe, and Marigalante, to be reftored to France. 1 o. Grenada and the Grenadillas to remain with England. i :. St. Lucia to belong to France. lz. The other three Neutral Iflands, Tobago, Dominica, and St. Vincent, to belong to England. 13. Spain to have back t
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. SIGNOR SANTO LAPIS, Maftcr of ITALIAN MUSICIC, being' fettled "here* begs leave to offer bis fervice to the Ladies

ADVERTISEMENTS. SIGNOR SANTO LAPIS, Maftcr of ITALIAN MUSICIC, being' fettled "here* begs leave to offer bis fervice to the Ladies

and Gentlemen in this c:ty, &c. to TEACH SING- ING in the Italian* manner, and to accompany on tbe barpficbord. He lodges at Mr Shacn's, Harpfichord m i at tbe back of the F0.00. .-A ?? N i>. He co'.npcues roi i'orrs ol uraatnenral inn tick. Cards may be left fcr ham a* M B .- _
13 November 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Nfrroieb, Oft. 30. On Tuefday lall Part of the City Walt between St. Gile’s and St. Benedicts Gates was blown down the Violence the Wind. The fame Day as the Machine from London Yarmouth was going through Earihatn Water, Dear Bungay, the Stream forced the Hcrfes and Machine down
9 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CO VNTRT news.

CO VNTRT news.

Plymouth, Nov. 1 2. Ships of War in the Sound, viz. Union, Sir Charles Hardy, Princefs Amelia, Duke of York, Magnanime, Swiftfure, Eflex, Lion, Revenge, NafTau, Cornwall, Ocean, Prince of Orange, Prince Frederick, Romney, Phoenix, Niger, and Peggy. We bear all the above Ships ar
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THOMAS GREASER, Woollen-Draper, Mens Mercer, HaberdafherofHats, and Undertaker, (Socceflor to Mr. Wm, Wiltshire) At the Golden Flcece and Hat in

THOMAS GREASER, Woollen-Draper, Mens Mercer, HaberdafherofHats, and Undertaker, (Socceflor to Mr. Wm, Wiltshire) At the Golden Flcece and Hat in

the Church-Tard Bath, BEGS Leave to acquaint the Public, that has laid in fre/h Stock of the f'undry Articles in Branches. Such Gentlemen, &c. who are pleated to favour him with their Commands, may depejud on his utmoft Endeavours to merit the fame. Norwich Crapes and Bombazines
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, Nov. 9. Yefterday Morning Mr. Mo- one of the King's Mefi'engers, E arrived at the Earl Egremont's tP*5 his Majeity's Principal Secrctary State, with the Inftruments of Preliminary Articles of Peace, figned at Fontainbleau the Inft. by his Grac
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England