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?? X^Oha ?? This being the Xii cipal Secretaries 61 menty:o feveraj fen ?? Court, tho' veryl)pl| on account of ?? "•■ being out of Tqwii. <flfc; ; * When his Majefty .fiivcd ai day in the Afternoon from Chapel, andr'-iri -re ?? x , numerous Court; biii) ,p Approach, her Majej Wal
November 8, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IRELAND

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Dublin, Feb. 4. Laft Sunday Morning between 10 and 11, a Sharper went to the Houfe ot Mr. Litton, a Merchant on the BatchcW's Walk, and a>ked to fpeak with him , the Servant anfwered, that he was ill in Bed, and could not be fpoke ro -, upon which the Fellow faid, th.it he muft
February 22, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the London Evening Post, May 31

From the London Evening Post, May 31

Trancfort, June 2. We juft learn that the French have poflefled themfelves ot Oppenheim, where they ate fortifying themfelves, and draw- ing together more Troops. - The Imperial Army we are affured is in full March towards M'niz : and it is faid, that Piince Eugene will pu.s Me
June 7, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the Gknuca.l Evening Post, May 10.

From the Gknuca.l Evening Post, May 10.

Cephalonia, March 24. O. S. HERE has been 20 Sail of French Ships and Veffels taken in the Arches, and about thefe lflands, by a Half-Galley from Tricfte, belonging to the Emperor, which is commanded by a Greek, whofe Name isMoneto, a very bold Man; and Yefterday we had Advice f
May 17, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Trcn \\"v:'; and other letters, May to

Trcn \\"v:'; and other letters, May to

Trcn ?? and other letters, May to Paris, May 14. Laft Evening at the Opera and in the Walks a Report was current, that the Pre- liminaries oi Peace were finned, and that a Truce Was agreed to, during which ?? is to be held tor remo\ ing the Obftaclcs to the intire Con- clulion oi
May 17, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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From feveral London Prints, June c.

From feveral London Prints, June c.

On Tuefday Night was interred at Ifleworth, the Corps of Francis Saville, Efqs fome time P.io e of Honour to the Prince of Wales : His Death was occafioncd by his being in a jelling Way with another Perfon, from whom he received fo violent a Blow on the Nofe, that ?? of Blood wa
June 14, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The &M-Ulation.! Pindaric OtU:

The &M-Ulation.! Pindaric OtU:

The &M-U lation.! Pindaric OtU : Sappefed ta he written by a young Lady* I. AH', tell me why (miftaken Sex) do we SO little teal Beauty fee, In the admir'd, adot'd Athenian Deity? Why do we fam'd MINERVA flight, DefpiGng Knowledge, which we ought to piize? Muft none but the inful
May 31, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE.Newcaftle Couiant1

THE.Newcaftle Couiant1

THE Newcaftle Couiant 1 Advertisements are defired to be fent in on every Thurfday. — The Perfons they come from mufl order Payment ;vt A". -wc.tjL'. 1 , and write the Number of Times to he inferted -, i s. per Week (Duty tothe King) being paid by the Printer for each Advertijtmt
June 28, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Trom feveral London Prints, June 21

Trom feveral London Prints, June 21

Three Regiments of Foot are fent for from Ireland. Yefterday Morning her Majefty, the Duke, and the four Princefles, came from Kenfington, at- tended by the Dukes of Newcaftle and Grafton, Sir Robert Walpole and his Lady, with feveral others, and breakfafted with the EarJ of Cho
June 28, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Wye'i Letter, &c. June 24

From Wye'i Letter, &c. June 24

Paris, June 29. The Letters from our Army in Italy of the 20th Inft. dated from the Camp at Marninolaadvife, That the Imperialifts, whofe Army can't exceed 20000 Men, after deducting tht 12 Battalions they had thrown into Mantua, were on the Day of the Date at Villa Franca near
June 28, 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England