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Officers killed*

Officers killed*

OF the 79th Regiment. Major More,, Capt. Strahao, Lieut. Fryar. Of the Battalion of Seamen. Capt. Porter, Lieu* tenant of the Norfolk; Mr. White, Surgeon's Mate of ditto. Of the Company's Troops, Lieutenant H&rdwick, drowned.
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
aM)ertirement& S. KIRK* Milliner, Begs Leave to acquaint her FRIENDS, THAT the Partnerfhip betwixt her and Mifs BOULTBEE is now

aM)ertirement& S. KIRK* Milliner, Begs Leave to acquaint her FRIENDS, THAT the Partnerfhip betwixt her and Mifs BOULTBEE is now

diflblv'd, and that file has taken Mr. Moresby's Shop, where flic continues to carry on the Bufinefs, being provided with a frefh Sortment of Milliner's Goods, which fhe fells at the moft realonable Rates : Takes this Opportunity of returning Thanks for all part: Favours, and ho
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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*fo tbe P Uf:.» ftucfe C,

Many; Virtu* nfey be afcrWd* Vopub/iffied Mcdidrie^, to encreafe their Sale, but 'theC following remarkable Cures 858 DrLPI ove the Efficac y of MAREDANT'i ANTI- aujRBUTIC DROPS in curing the moft inveterate Scur- vies, Leprofy,. Pimpled. Faces; old ?? ofthe. wands, Sores or Ulc
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Officers weunded.

Officers weunded.

Of the 79th Regiment. Capt, Sleigh of the Grena- diers, Lieut. Hazlewood, Lieut. Garndns, Enfign Wbg. Of the Battalion of Seamen. Mr. Neal> Midflupman of the Lenox. OP the Marines. Lieut. Spearing. Artillery. 1 Private killed. \i Serjeant, 3 Private, wounded. 1 79th Reg. 6 Priva
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Paris, April l«.

Paris, April l«.

THE Duke of Bedford's EmbalTy is not ended. He is gone -over to London only on his private Af- fairs. This Nobleman, though very rich, throws no Money out at Windows ; nor is his Houfe-keeping fo fumptuous as it Was expected to be. Every thing is conduced with a prudent ceconomy
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Spamjh-Officers of Bote, Prifoners of War.

Spamjh-Officers of Bote, Prifoners of War.

Spamjh- Officers of Bote, Prifoners of War. Don Felix de Eguiluz, Lieut. General of Artillery. The Marquis of Villa Mediaoa, Brig. Gen. and Colo- nel of the King's Regiment. Don Miguel Valdes, Lieut. Col. and Commandant of the fecond Battalion of ditto. Don Jofeph de Rkrte, Lieut
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall., General, and other Evening Papers, &c. April 23. A MER IC AN NEWS. ExtraS of a Letter from Philadelphia, March 9. (( /^JOLONEL Bouquet (a Swifs) of the Royal V' American Regiment, is preparing to fail down the River Ohio this Spring, with 700 Men, to take Po
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Officers killed and wounded, &c. belonging to tbe

Officers killed and wounded, &c. belonging to tbe

Norfolk. Lieut. Peter Porter, and' Mr. White, Sur- geon's Second Mate, killed. Lenox. Thomas Spearing, Second Lieutenant of Ma- rines, wounded. landed, killed, wounded. Total Officers, Seamen, & Marines, io-i f 17 17- N. B. The Surgeons, Armourers, and other Artifi- cer?, not in
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
D ER BT MERCURY.

D ER BT MERCURY.

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at \ s. 6d. each, and continued Weekly at 3 s. and larger ones In Proportion from FRIDAY April as, to FRIDAY; April 29. 1763. [Price Tiao^em Half^nwv.) Viitvßi Ixlft NIIMBIR f.
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The London Gazette continued from our laft.

The London Gazette continued from our laft.

WHITEHALL, April 19, 'A Journal of the Proceedings of His Majefiy h s Forces on tbe Expedition againfi Manila. SHE ?? allotted for this enter- prize were the 79th regiment, and Gentlemen at Madrafs, confided poys, a company of Caffrees, one of Topazes, and one. of Pioneers; to w
22 April 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England