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T U E S D A V's POST.

T U E S D A V's POST.

From Evening Post, Sept. f. Constantinople, July 26. TO judge by certain Appearances, fome fecret Intrigue is carrying on between the Porte and otlier Powers. General Roman /.off, the Ruffian Embaflador, and M. Tencklcr, the Queen of Hungary's Minifter, take vaft Pains to difcov
September 5, 1741 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Paris, May 7.

Paris, May 7.

The Duke de la Force being returned from his Country Seat in Norman- dy, went on the jd Inftant to the Palace, where he was again examin- ed by Meffieurs Ferrant and Paris, Counfellors of the Great Chamber, and on the sth the Parliament was affembled on that Affair, the Decifion
May 13, 1721 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the White-hall Evening*Poft, May 6.

From the White-hall Evening*Poft, May 6.

Frankfort, May 5. Letters from Rome, by way of Swißerland, advife,' that the Eleftion of a new Pope goes on but flowly, by reafon of the clalh* ing Faftions and Interefts of tne Cardinals now coop'd up in the Conclave; among them is Cardinal Alberoni, who arrived fo unexpeftedly
May 13, 1721 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Rome, M&rch 14.

Rome, M&rch 14.

'Tis computed that the Pope's Fleet will confift of 20 Men of War and as many G_Uies of divers Nations^ viz. Ofthe Kings of Spaing Portugal, and Sicily, ofthe Great "Duke of Tufcany, and of the Order of Malta; The Ekttor of Cologn, has remift.d hither 5000 Scu- di'for the 12th S
April 2, 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Paris, Apail 8.

Paris, Apail 8.

Laft Week was a&ed again in the Prefence of the King, the Tragedy of Athalia : His Majefty was fo weil pleas'd with the Performance of the Aftor, that repre- sented a King, who is but n Years of Age, tbat after the Play was over, he ordered him to be brought to his Majefty, gave
April 2, 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To th PRINTER, fjrv.

To th PRINTER, fjrv.

"■"""7-- A*i»y,; : f-i~i * tE "-Amineus Pnclice of Smiig- ?? gl '*ng Has lor a lon-j-.Train'W Years i ?? ?? P W.'-WJ-aH® ■ been aathcrine to a Head, and by A^*4iW ?? ,UJt being .mended to vmh due ' „- V f i ?? h-sig.iil, now hangs over us like *~ 1 I tlwr* *3wki an ,n *P en *'"'
February 22, 1746 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
f HE.Neypcqffle Courant

f HE.Neypcqffle Courant

f HE Neypcqffle Courant (Advertisements are defired to be lent in on every Thurfday The'Perfons from whence they come muft order Payßrehi at Xsivtaftle, and write the Number of Times to be inccrted ; becaufe is. per Week (Duty to the King) is paid by the Primer for each Aiivimftn
June 22, 1734 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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oom $k fanddn Vomal, Jum z&

'On; J^ Money will be fent down to ChathSSJ tojja^ tte Wages of Ship Squirrel, inttftheNafW ; laffc Week the FilK Pool Sloops brought up the River Five Hundred live Safe mons, and Ten Thoufand live Lobfters. that the great Seizmeof Tea, mentioned to our laft, is claimed bythe Pr
July 1, 1721 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, March 1.

LONDON, March 1.

Laft Night died Robert Hughes, Efqj Rear Admiral of the Red Squadron of his Maje- fty's Navy, of a Mortification in his Leg. From Portfmouth it is written, that they have lately killed 300 Oxen at the Vi&ual- ?? there, tor the Ufe of his Maje- fty's Ships in that Harbour 3 but f
March 8, 1729 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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'^fhrltn'jjg.fpliV A ; :tA-MA^ ?? . ' , Extrafi of > Letter from tht HiVGuj,. (t ' " The jollowing- is the Reprefentatiou' w^icji'the $_arquis IcFenelon made to the States General a fp^-Ifay.s.ago, the King my' -vlafter having great Reafon^to think that the States Generate irrita
January 30, 1742 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England