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London, Feb. 5.

London, Feb. 5.

Letters from Lisbon of the 19th ult. advife, that the Euglifh Troops were in Health, being greatly inured to that Climate : That they were cantoned in Winter-Quarters, waiting for the Englifh Tranfports ro bring them to their Native Country. Letters from Hamburgh inform us, that
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
By his Excellency George Bar] of Albemarle, &c. Captain.General and Governor of the Ifland of Culfa, *

By his Excellency George Bar] of Albemarle, &c. Captain.General and Governor of the Ifland of Culfa, *

By his Excellency George Bar] of Albemarle, & c . Captain General and Governor of the Ifland of Culfa, * " tt being ftlpulated by the 7th Article of Capitulation, that no Promotion fhouid be made in the Church without the appro- bation and conlent of the Governor; his Excellency
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 3.

LONDON, Feb. 3.

It is pofitively faid that her Majefty's eldeft Brother will be appointed Regent of the Electorate of Hanover, by his Majefty's Special Coromiflion. The Marriage of a certain young Prince and Hero with a moft auguft Lady of this Land, is much talked of; and a Veffel is faid to b
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ffiS? 8 rtr ir Se . afon W- c Foundat on for danserotts Diforders. The following Medicine prevents the Mifchief.

ffiS? 8 rtr ir Se . afon W- c Foundat on for danserotts Diforders. The following Medicine prevents the Mifchief.

and cures them at Once; often by a SINGLE DOSE, PECTORAL BALSAM of HONEIf. a New-difcovered Remedy for Coughs and Confumptions, alt *•* Phthiftcky Complaints, Afthmas, ?? Dijti. culty of breathing, hoarfenefs, ?? of the Lungs. Dr. Hill, Author ofthe Pamphlet on the Virtues of Ho
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tuefday the Butler to L'ird Dicre, in Hill-Street, was found in his Room with his Thtoat cut in a Ihocking

Tuefday the Butler to L'ird Dicre, in Hill-Street, was found in his Room with his Thtoat cut in a Ihocking

Manner. A Surgeon was fent for, but there were no Hopes of his Recovery, and Yefterday lie died. Sunday Evening two Gentlemen in a Poft-Chaife, were robbed of their Watches and Money near Clap- ham, by a finale Highwayman; but one of them defiring his Seal might be returned, he
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MIDLAND CIRCUIT

MIDLAND CIRCUIT

Lord Chief Baron P*r&r, and Mr. Jullice Bathurfl. Rutland, Friday March 4, M Okeh* ol - _ . , ?? Monday 7, at the Caftle at Lincoln. C//y of Lincoln, the fame Day at the City. Nottinghamjbire, Thurfday 10, at Nottingham. Town of Nottingham, Friday 11, at Nottingham. jfcMto, Mond
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

It is reported that the Earl of Huntingdon will be appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. It is faid that the Fund of the Marine Society will Ihortly be augmented very confiderably ly a Royal Grant for an Aid from Parliament, in order to enable them to carry on more extenlively t
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 7.

LONDON, Feb. 7.

We hear that it is propofed to keep (landing eighty- three Regiments of Foot, of coo Men each ; of which thirteen will be kept in Great Britain ; thirty- eight in Ireland; lix (on the rrilh Eflablifhment) in Minorca; fix (on the Irilh Eflablifhment ) at Gibraltar ; and twenty in
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
. HARW I C H; February 2.

. HARW I C H; February 2.

Yefterday a Fleet of zi Tranfpons, under Convoy of the Hound Sloop of War, arrived in our Harbour; They are bound to Holland, and it is expected they will fail in a Day or two.
5 February 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, February t.

LONDON, February t.

The Britifh Troops march through Holland in four Divifions, each diftributed into fix Subdivifions. They inarch in the following Order. 1. Three Squadrons of the Blues. 2. Four Squadrons of the Carabineers and Honeywood’s. 3. One Battalion and Halfof Foot Guards. 4. One Battalio
5 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England