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eil ° T ple of an y Underftand»:-H heLcn we too often rid; f own art ' blufh to tUl

°. US XCe^es °. * the what lam going to ur d»ty a clearer Light by a dull Declamation Tor if' L er ,. oi ee and twenty, who 'is V r Love. Before It A 5 e .l narre who flioold i" 8 t ' lan a Month about cuttin iaft at e prefent Froft, ® a y s becaufe I did'nt e ° rs °ff- en went
27 January 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Yefterday arrived a mail from Lisbon, brought by the King George packet-boat in ten days to Fal- mouth. 4 There were at Lisbon on the 24th ult. 36 F.nglifh fliips, and alfo four piizes, that had been taken from the enemies. His Majefty's fiiips Union and lfis arrived at Lif- bon
8 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I, • • e .• WEEKLY COURANT• . (XII.] I'UESDAY, January lB, 63. NO, 1370. l7 From the MONIT0 1

I, • • e .• WEEKLY COURANT• . (XII.] I'UESDAY, January lB, 63. NO, 1370. l7 From the MONIT0 1

:. the night before in the eighty fixth year of his age, catty regretted by the inhabitants of this city. OTHING can excufe the prodigality of that 1 Rotterdam, 4. 'the Weather co:•tieues very revere ; * genero fi ty, by which France is re-inv• Red the entrance of the Maeze and
18 January 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
4 Dla'o .-.'-* bet -ween aCocoa- tr c c Courtier,. and nn Antigai.--.ican Citizen.

4 Dla'o .-.'-* bet -ween aCocoa- tr c c Courtier,. and nn Antigai.--.ican Citizen.

4 Dla'o ?? bet -wee n aCocoa- tr c c Courtier, and nn Antigai.--.ican Citizen. Cunt. A Harpy new year to you, Mr. /% Traffick, audi the rather hope / we may both enjoy one, trom JL_ _m. t]ie profpea of an honourable, advantageous. 3lld lafting peace. Cit. Truly, Sir, few people l
19 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the EDITOR.

To the EDITOR.

?? -T" fo N the fir ft ta'k °*" peace above three §i j years fince, I prepared a fcheme to / lay before the public, whenever that \±^* event fhould take place, viz. To maintain the grenteft part of our fleet in conftant commiflion, during pe-.ee, with very little additional expe
10 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Jan. 8.

From the London Papers, Jan. 8.

Berlin, Dec. 27. The ftep taken by his Maje- fly to oblige the Princes of the Empire to fign a neutrality, will in all probability foon put an end to the war ; as it is thought the Emprefs-Queen's forces cannot polfibly wi thif and thofe of the King our -overeign, without the af
12 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract oj a letter from Corke, Dec. 27-

Extract oj a letter from Corke, Dec. 27-

** A large spanifh privateer has taken and de- ftroyed the foilowing vefi'els, viz. the Bafilisk, Bomb, from the H vannah, taken ; the Charming Poliy, from Newfoundland to Pool, taken and ran- fomed ; two fhips from Virginia to Glafgow taken ; the Intrepid from Liverpool for Afr
15 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
F. Foreign News.

F. Foreign News.

1. Paris, Jan. 7. Our Court has declared to that pf Lon- don, that tho' fhe has engaged to withdraw her Troops from Germany, yet as Guarantee of the Treaty of Weftphalia, fhe cannot avoid leaving a Body of Troops to protect the States of the Empire, fo long as they fhall be expo
22 January 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
H LONDON, Friday Mornino, Jan. 7.

H LONDON, Friday Mornino, Jan. 7.

H LONDON, Friday Mornino, J an . 7. 1 . 1 aey write jrom tlanover of the 2\th ult. that abe Prices of all Sorts of Grain and Provifions were fallen there very eoa- fiderably, to the great Relief and Joy of the poor Inhabitants, wbo bave greatly fuffered fcr feme Time paft. t ?? e
8 January 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
C. Foreisn News.

C. Foreisn News.

i. Hague, Dec. 21. We hear from Madrid, that the King of Spain has granted a yearly' Penfioa of Ten thoufand L*vres to the Widow of Don Velafco, who fo bravely defended the Moro Fort at the Havannah ;"and has given his Son a Title of Nobility in Caftile, which he is to bear by t
1 January 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England