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From the London Papers, Sept. 20.

From the London Papers, Sept. 20.

Cadiz, Aug. \2. By the St. Edward packet boat, which arrived there the 7th in 142 days from Buenos-Ayres, we learn, that Capt. Caiany, who was in a Port of the million of Jefuits, on tbe Eaft- ern fiiore of the River Vrugnay, has been attacked by a body of 7 and Bog Portugoefe,
24 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
F. Foreign News.

F. Foreign News.

.: t. Extracl of a Letter from Paris, Sept£tnber t. * The Affaiis between the Mbiftty and tin Parliaments be* ' comes very frripui. Two Regiments of Cavalry are faid to ' be arrived at Rouen ; aud v's juft now reported ikat the P^r- •'liament of Touloufe, fb far from ?? ing the
24 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
K. FOREIGN NRwc

K. FOREIGN NRwc

t. Extract of a Letter from Dantzig, dated Sept. 6. Ifelearn from Warjaw that the Differences bet ween ßuffia and Poland have taken a happy Turn; injomuch that Count Key fer- itng, m Conformity to a Conf rente held with the Grand Irea- \ f ?% % Jeat "* E r* P ? Jt toC ° Unt "^ C
24 September 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Glncjfrr, Sift. ig. On Tuefday laft Sir William Codringtort, Bart, was defied and principal Burgefs of the Borough of Tewkelbury. We hear from Monmouth, that on T»efday laft a mod horrid Murder was perpetrated upon Mrs. Joan Jones, of Llangattock, about four Miles from thence, h
24 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To S O by Auction, Mr. Wav ef I'hamt, in Oi.cter n‘xt ) A Freehold ESTATE, called known hy the

To S O by Auction, Mr. Wav ef I'hamt, in Oi.cter n‘xt ) A Freehold ESTATE, called known hy the

Name of the Whitt Hart Inn, in Wheuily, in the County Oxford | now in of John Spje.l. The Piemilics are in good Condition, and ihfuml from Kite. Printed Particulars and Condition' baltr will ready delivered n«xt the Printer of this Payer, and by Mr. Way, when the Time will final
24 September 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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OntheNew DANCING EXERCISE.

OntheNew DANCING EXERCISE.

AS Soldiers now, to our Surprize, Are taught a Dancing Exercise ; So Statefmen too Dance in and out : Join Hands, caft off, and turn about : Our Acquifuions too, 'tis plain, Danc'd back again to France and Spain ; Mov'd by the Force, as fome Men think, Of the fweet Mufic of Chin
23 September 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 22.

LONDON, Sept. 22.

Thev write from Hanover, that the Hereditary Prince o» Biunfwick was expefted there the nth this Month, and that he would fet out from thence in few Days fat London. We hear th.t Orders were given lall Week lor preparing, with the Expedition, a Number ot fmall Vcff-ls a particul
27 September 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HULL, Snteniber 15.

HULL, Snteniber 15.

Imports. Britannia, T. Wefterdell, fiom Wvhmg, v.itli Denis and Iron. John and Mary, J. Chappell, from Ko*viig-..'bto, with Kemp, Flax, Brillle., ice. William andThoims, R. Macklar- land, fioin Ptteifb.o', with Hemp, Flax, Iron, &c. Maria Eli- libeth, A. Hughergh, from Stockholm
27 September 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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26 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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Extrati fta letter from ftftebec, dated .tug I . " This day an account is arrived from Montreal, that feveral perfons were comedown the river, and dare not proceed faither on their voyage nearer than 20 leagues from Miff Icmeqnenac ; and that all our polls in the upper country w
26 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland