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A 'f U E S D A Y, January 25 ) Poft. fprang, a leak ; and the fhipiiicompany, who

A 'f U E S D A Y, January 25 ) Poft. fprang, a leak ; and the fhipiiicompany, who

hall been for feveral days in very great diftrefs, were obliged to leave her, and to go on board the Antelope, which arrived yellerday in this harbour. His molt ferene highnefs prince Charles of Nlecklenbourg took leave of the king and queen of Pcrtuol, and all the royal family,
25 January 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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A. London, fSc. Saturday, yan.ls. ?? following Addrefs of the Lord- Lieutenant, High Sheriff, Deputy- Lieutenants, Juftices of the Peace, Grand Jury, Gentlemen, Clergy, &S&M T tfeS^T and Freeholders of the County of ISSM^ Effex » has been prefented to his Ma- ?? J efty fa y Sir
22 January 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

Tt is faid the Valae of all Britifh Ships, taken by the French before the Declaration of War, will be made good by the Government to the Owners. We hear that Admiral Durell having defired Leave to refigtl his Command at Plymouth, is to be fucceeded in that Employment by Lord Col
28 January 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 1.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 1.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 1 . Berlin, ( the Capital of Brandenbourg in Germany ) Jan. 1 8- HIS Royal Higbnefs Prince Henry of Pruffla ftill continues here : He has been indifpofed for fome Days, but is now better. Berlin, January z\. The Preparations for the en- fuing Campaig
28 January 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, Jan. 10. We hear that the Regiments of Foot are to be broke down to the 75111, indulive of the Regiments of Guards, and that each Company toconfiftof fifty Mel). We likcwife hear that the Regiments of Horfe are to be reduced 10 Dragoon*. 4 ; Wc hear that Gen. Honey wood’
25 January 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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DUBLIN.

DUBLIN.

We hear Gen. Honeywood's reg ; ment of horfe, on this eftablilhment, are to remain in England as dragoons ; the regiments of horfe on this ertablifliment are to be mafo dragoon guards; the Earl of Drogheda's light dragoons are not to be broken, and Col. Hale's light horfe are to
25 January 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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rD^T«, p Halfpenny.] f .. . _ . than any other in the City; and confequently greater Number of Readers,

and more beneficial it'M, ' e ) art Paper, (which abfolutely much more extenfive Circulat Collins, Salilburv ;-Mr. Jackion, Oxford Mr. Raikes, at Gloocefter j . If* in by Mr. NewUry, London; Mr. Cadell, .n Burrough, at Devizes Mr. Stroud, the Poll.Office at CfepdHfc e ,s » Mr *
27 January 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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24 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, 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
 
A CABINET-MAKER in full Bufinefs, wants ONE or TWO APPRENTICES.— AppIy to Mr. Thomas Marfball, Cabinet-Maker in Kiikgate, Leedesr at

A CABINET-MAKER in full Bufinefs, wants ONE or TWO APPRENTICES.— AppIy to Mr. Thomas Marfball, Cabinet-Maker in Kiikgate, Leedesr at

wbof. Warehoufe in Briggate, may be had, All Sorts of CABINET and CHAIR WORK, made in the neweft and moil genteel Tafte, and at reafonable Prices. To be LEJTT, tpgether or feparate, To enter to the Land tbe Second Day ef February next end the Houfing the Twelfth of May next ON E
25 January 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England