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Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

From the St. JaMHs*s E v c n i n g-P 0 S T, Nov. 5. Vienna, Oflober 10. 0. S. THE Turks have not only inverted Niffa, but blocked up the Fortrefsof Uiltza, which the Germans took but the other Day; when the Turkifli Garrifon being conducted to Vice- Grade, the Bafhaw of that Pla
November 10, 1737 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Country News.

Country News.

York, Nov. i. Laft Week nine Prifoners in the Caftle were removed to take their Lodgings in the Condemned Hold, be- caufe fome other Apartments were under the Workmens hands in laying deeper and ftronger Pavements of Stone : But about Break of Day the Keepeis found the Door had
November 10, 1737 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, November i.

London, November i.

Thurfday the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor and the Judg- es, his Grace the Duke of Dorfet, the Earl of Pembroke, the Right Hon. Arthur Onflow, Efq; Speaker ofthe Hon. Houfe of Commons, Sir Charles Wager, firft Lord Commiflioner of the Admiralty, and the Hon. John Verney, Efq; C
November 10, 1737 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
P R.TCES of S7OCKS.

P R.TCES of S7OCKS.

This Day at Noon Bank Stock was 14a 1 _„, p a fl ua v ?? t M ta .0, Ditto ?? „, , «_ ?? hT.""_? ift per Cent A„„_ y lO j lH ?? Ejnk _K 7 ?? in 1 4th. Bank Circulation ios. frern. Lottery Tickets 101. B si
November 10, 1737 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From Wye's LETTER, April i.

From Wye's LETTER, April i.

Extraft ofa private Letter from Paris, dated April *7. N. S. Al the fair Weather now comes on, our Troops are ailembling from all Parts, in order to march out of Italy, in the fame Form as they entered it, which is in three Columns; and 'tis thought that they will be able to cro
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Monday's Post.

Monday's Post.

From the Whitehall Evening-Post, April 3. LETTERS from Madrid mention the extraordinary Pre- parations that are making for the magnificent Camp the S^anifh Troops are to form for the Diverfion ofthe Royal Fa- mily in the Plain near Aranjuex: That Mr. Keene, his Britan- riick Maj
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements. AT Kedlcfton near Derby, are kept for Stallions, the Horfes called BRISK and SQUIRREL, that were Sir NATHANIEL CUR

Advertisements. AT Kedlcfton near Derby, are kept for Stallions, the Horfes called BRISK and SQUIRREL, that were Sir NATHANIEL CUR

ZON's. BRISK covers at . One Guinea and Half a Crown * Mare, and SQUIRREL at Haifa Guinea and a Shilling. Note. SQU I R REI was got by Mr. L 1 ste r *s old SQUIRREL, and is Erothei* to the Chefnut Galloway Mare of the Lord Godolphin*!. ■" ■- ' "-- ?? I ' ii.iii_ _ , To be Lett H
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY : Printed and Sold.by Sam. Drewry : Sold alfo by Mr. Henry Alleftree, Mr. Jer. Roe, and Mr. Sam.

DERBY : Printed and Sold.by Sam. Drewry : Sold alfo by Mr. Henry Alleftree, Mr. Jer. Roe, and Mr. Sam.

Trimmtrj Bookfellers ia Derby, and by Mr. Sam. Cole, of Wirkfworth, and at his; Shop in Wii&cr every Saturday.
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London.

London.

We have the Pleafure to inform the Pubkk, by Letters from Leghorn, which may be depended upon, that on the 2 .th of March, N. S. about Eighty blyps and Barks full pf Spanifh Soldiers, failed from that Port for Barcelona: Thus the Evacuation of Tufcany is aftually begun ; and as
April 8, 1736 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From W ri's and other Written Letters, Jan. 30.

From W ri's and other Written Letters, Jan. 30.

411 Conversion turns upon the prefent Situ- ation of Affairs Abroad, and the Refolutionsof the Parliament, in cafe there mould not be a Pro- fpeft of a fpeedy Accommodation, which now feems dubious: The Advices by the laft Mails make no mention of a Congrefs tor Pacification, bu
February 8, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England