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C 0 U N T R V N E 'W' S

C 0 U N T R V N E 'W' S

C 0 U N T R V N E ?? S Extraff ofa Letter from, Norwich, dated Sept. 38. ?? A general Infurreftidn began Yefterday at Noon ?? the Proclamation was read in the Market-Place, where Viftuals of all Kinds was thrown from one Part to ano- ther; the new Mill (a very large md expenfive
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT TO THE DERBY NEWS.

POSTSCRIPT TO THE DERBY NEWS.

Six ?? in the Evening. This Morning a Party of Gen. Elliot's Light Dragoons, accompanied by two J unices of the Peace, fet out from hence for Cavendifh Bridge, &c. in order to take up feveral ofthe molt active of the Rioters above-men tion'd, but at Shardlow, in their Way to the
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Harwich, Ocl. 3. Her Danifh Majefly got to Har- wich exactly a Quarter after Four ?? : The Wind being at N. E. it was not thought proper fox her Mi- jelly to embark. She then went to Mr. Davis's, Collec- tor ofthe Cuftoms, dined, fupped, and lay there; and this Morning embarked,
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Ceremony ofthe Marriage of her Royal Highnefs Princefs Caroline .Matilda,, by Proxy," to the Xing- of Denmark, was performed

The Ceremony ofthe Marriage of her Royal Highnefs Princefs Caroline .Matilda,, by Proxy," to the Xing- of Denmark, was performed

by the Archbiihop of Canter- bury, in the grand Council Chamber at St. James's, about Eight ?? on Wednefday Evening; when the Royal Family and many of the Nobility were prcfent. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of York was Proxy. Yefterday Morning, about Half an Hour after Six o'C.lo
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Bxtracl ofa Letter from Leghorn, July \z.

Bxtracl ofa Letter from Leghorn, July \z.

" It has been rumoured here that the Corficans hay? of late been building a Numbar of Flat-bottomed Boats, with Intention ro make a Defcent upon Genoa, with a Body of 30,000 Men, and by one bold Stroke revenge the Severities which they have fo long fuffcred from their old Opprel
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS;

COUNTRY NEWS;

From the Nottingham Journal. Nottingham, Ocl. 4. Our Fair, generally called Goofe Fair, began Yefterday,. and it being a fine Day, the , Town was full of Company, and a larger. Quantity of Cheefe fet down than has been known for fome Years ; I the Price from 245. to 275. per Hun
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Oct. 6.

LONDON, Oct. 6.

By Accounts received Yefterday from Harwich, the Yachts remained in Harwich Road, detained by contrary Winds, when the Mefl'enger was difpatched from thence. From Hetvoetfluys to Copenhagen is about Six Hun- dred Englifh Miles ; and we are told the Route of her Danifh Majefty wi
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The mofi incomparable and never-failing Q. HT M I CA L BR 0 P $1 REING a fpeedy Cure for

The mofi incomparable and never-failing Q. HT M I CA L BR 0 P $1 REING a fpeedy Cure for

Coughs'. Colds, Jflbm/ts, Pthyjicks, Whepftngs, difficult Breathings, Jhortnjs of Breath, and all Sorts of Confumptions; even when fo far advan- ced, as not to be cured by any other Medicine in the World. i'nf°_ tlleir v ' m,e * vaftly cxccec ' any thin £ c,,ac ever was P ub " '
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LON; 'DC '$]%' Oct. 2.

LON; 'DC '$]%' Oct. 2.

LON; 'DC ?? Oct. 2. , Thi. Day the Board of Treafury met for the firfi Time . for the Difpatch of Bufinefs fince the Recefs. A Letter Yefterday from Bath makes mention, that the Right Hon, the Earl of Chatham is greatly recovered fwec he came there. • i "' The Price of Corn being
10 October 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England