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ADVERTISEMENTS, and LettCtS tO tI)C are taken in by G.WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at Ncw-Street-End Where Printing in

ADVERTISEMENTS, and LettCtS tO tI)C are taken in by G.WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at Ncw-Street-End Where Printing in

general is pcrtbrm'd in the neateft Manner, at the molt reafonable Prices. ' are taken by, and the Paper may had of, the following Perfons, viz. Mr. Bixs? and Mr. Edwards, Bookfellers in Halifax; Mr. Scolfield, Bookfeller in Rochdale; Mr. Horsfall, in ; Mr. Stringer, Mr lor© - '
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday's and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. 16, Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. IhimLurgk , Nov her 9. hear from Berlin, that the King of y. was to crofs the Elbe at Torgau die f(ollant, with fifteen Battalions, in order to reinforce Prince Hen'•*' '}j ry’s Army in Saxony, and th
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, Nov 16.

LONDON, Nov 16.

The Bruffds Gazette gives the following Extrad of a Letter from Paris, dated Nov. I omit ail little Fads, which at another Time might yet deferve fome Attention, to inform you of the moil interciling of all: it is, that in the Night between the 2d and 3d Inftant, about Midnight
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
St full tf Tun, f» vafily dealt, *fwtl pltaft tub and jtjtui St ml. Lender • piloted for Cttkf, Shakafpcat’t-Hcad,

St full tf Tun, f» vafily dealt, *fwtl pltaft tub and jtjtui St ml. Lender • piloted for Cttkf, Shakafpcat’t-Hcad,

la Tlttl-U--fter-row, tad Sold b j alt Bookfeilcis in Tc*« and Country. The Public arc iuricaied to obfctve, that there it not oat Jtft In tbit Co.lcAiou which it coataiocd io that of Ttm Cut. AJfo on Tuefday the 23d luftant will be publilh’d. And Sold by Mefirs. Newton, Clark,
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The following are the Articht tf Capitulation at Caffel. Article I. The garrifon fliall go out with the honours war,

The following are the Articht tf Capitulation at Caffel. Article I. The garrifon fliall go out with the honours war,

their and baggage, drums beating, lighted match, to be conducted by the neareft road to the King's army. Granted. '7 hurfday morning. 11. The fick from the Hofpitals, with the effeds thereto belonging, fhall have free liberty to depart, and carriages or boats fhali be furnifhed
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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tianchtp.tr] Kor. 16, 17621 THE the Society held the O.VI Ce fu Hoafe, will take as a Favour, if the

tianchtp.tr] Kor. 16, 17621 THE the Society held the O.VI Ce fu Hoafe, will take as a Favour, if the

Gentlemen 1 tvho choofc to encourage the Meeting, will Honour h'm with I their Company on the Inllant, at fevtn in the Evening, as he then propefes to open the Concert lor the Winter Seaton. I HA R D JRNO W A Y, Tales this Opportunity of acquainting tit Pul lie, THAT has opened
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be by Au&ion, At the [Houft of John Cooper, bet the Sign tit Three Crowns, in Bolton, in tbt

To be by Au&ion, At the [Houft of John Cooper, bet the Sign tit Three Crowns, in Bolton, in tbt

County of Laocafter, on Wcdncfd«y the fir ft Day of December, 1762, at two Clock in tkt Afternoon, a (cording to tbt Condi t tent tf Sale to it then and there produced, ALL that one Fifth Part undivided of all that Mefluage and Tenement, commonly called or known the Name the Lie
23 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

LONDON, Nov. 18. N Englifh officer in Germany in a letter dated A inftant, fays, We have hud fivtjeux n :: joye in the (pace of ten days for the re- " dudiOn the Havannah, the retaking New. foundlafld, the taking of Schweidmtz, the vitfory gained over the Auftrians and Imperiahl
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. 16. |3» Arriwd the MAILS from Holland and Flanders* Hambourg y November 9. E hear from Berlin, that the King of PrulTia was to crofs the Elbe at Torgau as the 6th inftant, with fifteen battalions, in order to reinforce Prince Henry's army in Saxony,
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
STOLEN From Leonard Hartley, of Middleton-Tyas, near Richmond, in Yorkfiirt, Efq\ on Sunday the 26th of Sept. lajl, IT W

STOLEN From Leonard Hartley, of Middleton-Tyas, near Richmond, in Yorkfiirt, Efq\ on Sunday the 26th of Sept. lajl, IT W

O Black GELDINGS, of the Coach Kind, gone three Years old, fifteen Hands high, part of their Rumps taken off, and the Remainder hath very little Hair on j one of them is thin in Condition, ftands high his Legs from hard Work, and trots badly, hath Star, and White on his Heel| be
23 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England