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NEWCASTLE upon TTNE: Printed and Sold by John Whitb.

NEWCASTLE upon TTNE: Printed and Sold by John Whitb.

September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Yrom the F.zenin*-Po/i, Sept. 10.

Yrom the F.zenin*-Po/i, Sept. 10.

Since our laft ar liv'd a Mail from Holland. Florence, An?. ?? i==£^~ N ?? E have received Advice by 'S»y&C^l a Mcilem'er arrived this E- :fe^^%jjK{ vening from Pontremoli, ?? rli.it a Body of Imperial iPS&JSTfIKsI Troops had entered that MEfNfiQ City ■! from whence they ?? can
September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Mr. IV y's letter, Sept. 10.

From Mr. IV y's letter, Sept. 10.

The Mermaid lately arrived here from iuenos Ayres on the South Sea Company's Account, is reckon'd to have made a very ;ood Voyage; Hie having carry'd thither rom Guinea not lefs than 600 Negroes, vhich one with the other were Sold at a- »ove 30/. a Head, befides the other valua-
September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L O N D O N, Sept. io.

L O N D O N, Sept. io.

On Tuefday laft died at W iudfor, Richard Topham, ESq; Keeper of the Records in the Tower of London. Mr. Clarke, fecond Son ofthe Rev. Dr. Samuel Clarke, is Keeper of the Records in the Tower, in the Room of the faid Ri- chard Topham, Efq; by virtue of a Rever- sionary Grant fro
September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the Evenini-Pojl, Sep. 12.

From the Evenini-Pojl, Sep. 12.

Cadiz, Aug. icy. THIS Morning four Tranfporrs failed from our Hay for Barcelona, having on Board Soldiers, alio Arms, Ammuniti- on, Stores, and Provisions. Here now re- mains 17 Ships in the Tranfport Service, which hitherto are unemployed, nor is there much Appearance ol any Se
September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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From the Craftsman,

From the Craftsman,

A Continuation of the Remarks of the Hijiory of England. From the Minnies of Mr. Oldcaftle. From the Reigns oi Ed. HI. and Ttjc. 11. we lhall haften downwards, as laft as Sonic neceilaty Ob- servations will permit. ThoSe of the Princes of Torl^ and '.ancafter form a Tciiod of mo
September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 12.

LONDON, Sept. 12.

The Advices from Rome take Notice, that fome of Coscia's Rafcals are run away, becaufe Juftice was going to lay her Iron Hands upon them. It is a Pleafure to Man. kind to hear that fuch Rogues muft not al- ways triumph in their Roguery : It is a good Beginning, and who knows but
September 19, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Stanley's News-Letter, Oflober 6,

From Stanley's News-Letter, Oflober 6,

A Stop being put to all Talk concerning the Don Carlian Expedition to Italy, upon a certainty of its be- ing deferred till next Spring, a Ceffation of Arms is now become the Topick of moft Convention, but whether this will (like others) prove only an amufe- ment only, or reallit
October 3, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, Ottober 6.

LONDON, Ottober 6.

There is now on board the Marlborbugh at Black- Waif, lately arrived from Fort St. George, a fine large Elephant, belonging to Capt. MeckleficU, Commander of the faid Ship, and valued at ;oe Guineas : It is reckon'd one of the fineft Beafts of that Kind that ever was feen in Eng
October 3, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
A Receipt for the Cure of IVOR MS.

A Receipt for the Cure of IVOR MS.

TAKE Tops of Carduus dried, Tops of Centory, Roman Wormwood, and Chamomile, (all of the lateft Yearns Growth that you ufe them in) of each a fmall Handful, cut them fmall, and put then into an Earthen Jar, or Pickling Pot, and pour upon them a Quart of ' Spring Water, cold; ftir
October 3, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England