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Extracl of a Letter from Bruffels, dattd Jan. *.

Extracl of a Letter from Bruffels, dattd Jan. *.

" "-JI H E Evacuation of the Netherlands is at laft fettled A by the refpeftive Commifiaries, by an ulterior Conven- tion ; according to which Tirlemom, with all the Towns on ?? and the Two Nethes, are to be. evacuated ihe 4'h inft. Louvain, and the Towns on the Dyle, and Mech-
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Bxtraft ef a Letter from Rttklury, Die. j i

Bxtraft ef a Letter from Rttklury, Die. j i

" As foon at the agreeable News, that Lancelot Allgood, Efq; is to take hts Seat in Parliament, reach'd this Place, It railed fuch new Spirits in all the worthy Freeholders, that they met at the Town Crofs, and drank the Healths of bis Ma- jefty King George and all the Royal Fam
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
This Day, January a, wai pubhped. Neatly printed, Price Six-pence, llluftrated with a lar gt Copper-plate, exhibiting, in a moft

This Day, January a, wai pubhped. Neatly printed, Price Six-pence, llluftrated with a lar gt Copper-plate, exhibiting, in a moft

beau- tiful Manner, a V'ttw of tht Publiek Fireworks, so be play'd off on Occafton of tbe General Peace, concluded at Aix la Chapelle, Oft. 7. 1748. Ltkeitsife a Reprtftntation of the Kentifh Coaft where bis Majefty landed; and curious Geo- mesrical Cuts, The LONDON MAGAZINE* O
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PLANTATION N EWS.

PLANTATION N EWS.

F xtract of a Latter from St John' s in Amtfua, Stpt. af. .. On Tuefday failed hjs Majefty's Ship Rippon, of 60 Ouns, for Jamaica. The fame Day arrived hts Malady's Ship Cenraur, Capt. Tyrrel. irom a (bejrt Croiae, having taken on the 6thinft. to the Northward of Sombrero, a Spa
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ODE fir tbe NEW YEAR.

ODE fir tbe NEW YEAR.

Recitative. By a Frenchman. HAIL, happy Morn! which opens to our View 'A Scene that's not lefs ivondtrful than ntw : Our Honour, Trade, Cape Breton, we retrieve, And plant new Iflands with Britannia 's Leave. AIR. By dn Englishman. War, woeful War I is now no more: See ! Prudenc
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUND AY'/ FO ST.

SUND AY'/ FO ST.

Arrivtd a Mail front France. x ?? _• . a • r f Ir* X -ft ft I. W. {PtUntl) December 7. HH E Cavalier George Lie yen. Lieu- ?? ot the Eotpreft of RuflJa's Horfe Guards, and General in Chief of the Troops fent by that Princefs into the Service of the Ma- ritime Powers, hat caufed
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONOO N» Iktrnthr _.p.

LONOO N» Iktrnthr _.p.

By a Letter from Hanover we lave an Account, .btt there has been a great Inundation thi*!. by the over, .owing of the River Letne, which hot deftroy ed a great Nainnb.r of Houfes, and done Other confiderable Damage*. We are adored that the Marquis de Miepoix, Lieutenant General
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, December 31

LONDON, December 31

We are credibly informed, that tho' the Definitive, alias Jtdtjinitive, Tieaiy went down very weil in the Lump, in dutiful Complaifancc to the Th ; an F.ndeaveur, at leaft, Will be made fome Time before the Clole of next Monih, to promote an F,t\uiry into the Reafon of fome Arti
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, January 3.

LONDON, January 3.

To the A U THO R, tjfc S I R, AS the Writing of C- — f Odes for the New Tear belongs peculiarly to his Majefty's I. wire.it, I would by no means encroach on the Province of that venerable old Droit, who is equally fubiime and humourous : But as other People, befides the Band of
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
**-***«■ Grrt't^r^^^

**-***«■ Grrt't^r^^^

?? Grrt't^r^^^ Werlin, (Germany) Dte. 24. We have. Ad vice here, that the Duke de Saxe Go tha, has approved of the Scheme for an Accommodation propofed by Count de Gotiter, with regard to the ?? of the young Duke de Saxe Weymar. So that the Cornell on that Head, between the Duke,
December 31, 1749 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England