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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
 
_ _ _ ' TH E w.D X X BT MERCURY.

_ _ _ ' TH E w.D X X BT MERCURY.

_ _ _ ' TH E w D X X BT MERCURY. Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at j , 61 each^d continued ?? [ Price Twopence Halfi-pemyi] From FRIDAY November 12, to FRIDAY November 19, 1762. Vdttj^il JftXf. J6.
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
In NORTH-AMERICA.

In NORTH-AMERICA.

H- The French are excluded from Fifhing in the Gulph of St. Laurence, on the Banks of Cape Breton, St. John's, AntU code, and Gafpcc ; but may ercft Stages between Cape Riche add Cape Bonavifta, to cure the Fifh they fhall catch on the Shore between the above Canes. They ai£ m *
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
dniifoap's PsD&C.

dniifoap's PsD&C.

From tb: Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, &c. Nov. i 5» .. -Tejlerday arrived a MA I L from Holland. Vienna, OHokr 30. : ■'■;. NOtwithflanding the Severity of the Seafom unhappy Saxony is probably going to become the Seat of War, as has been the Caie at the End of f
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
St. James's, November it.

St. James's, November it.

This Day arrived here Capt. Guydickens, fent Exprcfs by Prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick, to His Majefty, with the News of the Surrender of CalTef to Prince Ferdinand, on the lft Inftant, upon th* following Articles of Capitulation. Article I. The Garrifon fhall go out with the Ho-
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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In AFRICA.

In AFRICA.

6". Senegal remains with England. 7. Gofee reftored to France.
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Letter from Ofnabrug, Nov. 1.

Letter from Ofnabrug, Nov. 1.

" A French Detachment of 500 Horfe paid a very difagreeable Vilitto this City the 30th of laft Months They arrived about Five in'the Evening, and flayed but two Hours. The firft Thing they did was to call for Victuals and Drink ; after which they fell to plun- dering. They entir
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Whitehall, November 10.

Whitehall, November 10.

It is this Day ordered in Council, that the Em- bargo at prefent fubfifting upon Ships and Veffels laden, or to be laden, in the Ports of Great Britain and Ireland, with Provifions, be taken off. [Thus far London Gazette.]
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON GJZETTE, Nov, 13.

From the LONDON GJZETTE, Nov, 13.

Petersburg, (Rufpa) OBober 12. WE received Yefterday the agreeable News of her Imperial Majefty 's Coronation on the 3d Inftant, at Mofcow, and that the Ceremony was con- dufted with the greateft Order and Magnificence. There were feveral Promotions upon that Occafion, the Parti
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Capitulation for the Hofpitals. \

Capitulation for the Hofpitals. \

"Article I. There {hall be referved out of the King's Provifions, remaining at CafTel, Three Hundred Sacks of Flour, each weighing 200 Pounds, Twenty Oxen, and a Hundred Sheep, for the Confumption of the faid Hofpitals. Granted. Art. 11. The ?? Quantity of Wood fhall be continue
12 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England