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From tbe Whitehall, General, and other Evbnino Papers, &c. Dec. 8. <To the Author of tbe London Evening Poll:. SIR, ?? Pay very great Regard to the Hp^^r I il^il Sentiments and Opinions of 2a J6fc!L. Jr A yir tn ofe * n P° wer » but I cannot k ?? "y ve^ m y^ e 'f or * tne ?? Ufe
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEW S.

AMERICAN NEW S.

ExtraH of a Letter from Virginia, 08. 12. 11 The Captains Moffat and Philips, pofted on Jackfon's River, in Augufta County, were furprized, with 60 Men, by a Number of Indians, and totally routed, on tht 30th of laft Month; though, not- withftanding this Stroke, the Savages in g
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ExtraH of a Letter from Fort Bedford, OH. 8.

ExtraH of a Letter from Fort Bedford, OH. 8.

" This Day the Remains of a brave Officer, Lieut. Richards, of the Provincials, was buried here; he was killed and fcalped about five Miles from the Gar- riloni The Indians are feen every Day. This Mo- ment a Boy was taken in View of tbe Garrifon ; and, at the fame Time a Sifter
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Dec. 8.

LONDON, Dec. 8.

The BrufTels Gazettefays, that Count Wartenfleben, the Dntch Minifter to the Circles of the Lower Rhine and Weltphalia, happening to go to HefTe-Caile! on private Bufinefs, the Landgrave committed him clofe Prifoner to one of his Caftles, without the Ufe of Pen, Ink or Paper. Un
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the Votes of the Houfe of. Commons of Ireland..jfovis, 24 Die Nmmbris, 1763.

From the Votes of the Houfe of. Commons of Ireland..jfovis, 24 Die Nmmbris, 1763.

From the Votes of the Houfe of. Commons of Ireland. jfovis, 24 Die Nmmbris, 1763. " A Motion was made, and the Queftion being put that an humble Addrefs be prefented to his Majefty, moft humbiy to befeech his Majefty that he will be gra- cioufly pleafed to recall the Penfion of O
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

It is faid that a Regulation will foon take Place for preventing Publicans from farming out Soldiers quar- tered on them, and for obliging them to be at tueir Quarters at a certain Hour, under a ftvere Penalty. The Utility the Public will reap from this Scheme is obvious, as it
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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3MDap'o 10 08$,

From tbe Whitehall, Genbral, and other Evening Papers, &>c. Dec. 10. Cadiz, (Spain) November 8. yHE Englifh Man of War, the Pallas, arrived * here the sth Inftant from Gibraltar, and brings Advice, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York, after ftaying two Days in that Garrifon
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Part «f the Ccuclufton of a SPEECH.

Part «f the Ccuclufton of a SPEECH.

"•This Warrant is onconftitutional, illegal, and abfolutely void: It is a general Warrant, directed to fcour Mtlfengers, to take up any Perfons, without naming or describing them with any Certainty, and to bring thtm, together with their Papers. If it be good, a Secretary of Sta
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Saturday' Night, and not before, Mr. Martin returned to Mr. Wilkes the Letter which that Gentleman wrote to him the

Saturday' Night, and not before, Mr. Martin returned to Mr. Wilkes the Letter which that Gentleman wrote to him the

Day before the Duel was fought between them. The fame Night another Operation was performed Mr. Wilkes, by cutting and laying the Wound entirely open, when feve■ yal more Pieces the Coat and Waiftcoat extracted : Since which, though every Thing is in a fair doing well, he has be
17 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

To SOLD, AT Shenincton inGloucefterftiire, ticar Edge-Hill, Warwicklhire, and about five Miles from Banbury in Oxfordfltire, fine (porting Country, Freehold ESTATE; fifting of genteel neat Manfion-houfe, with neccflary and convenient Out-houfcs, together with two Urge Barns, Stab
17 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England