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NEWCASTLE, Auguft 21.

NEWCASTLE, Auguft 21.

On Monday laft the Affize.*- ended at Durham, when Wm Hope, alias, Gibfon, for Horfe-ftealing, and Wmßroos and Martin Forrcft, for breaking Widow Blagdon's Koufi: in S. Shields, ahd ftealing 9 Guineas, 3 H.ilf Guineas, and fome Silver from her, received Sentence of Death, but Fo
14 August 1742 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EDINBURGH, September 14

EDINBURGH, September 14

Laft Night the Moft Hon. the Marquis of Tweedale, one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, arrived at his Lordfliip's fine Seat of Yefter, from London. Yefterday Morning the Journeymen Weavers of Glafgow made an Infurre-ftion, on account of fome Differences with thei
11 September 1742 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
to be .Lett, And enter'd on at lady-day or May-dat next, THree Farms at the Eaft Side of Green Leighton,

to be .Lett, And enter'd on at lady-day or May-dat next, THree Farms at the Eaft Side of Green Leighton,

Tythe-free, confifting of about 900 Acres, with all fuitable Conveniences for Tenants, as Barns, Byars, &c. Enquire of Mr- George Forfter of Long Angerton, Mr Robert Pinkney at the Blue Bell in Gate-head, or Mr Win Fenwick of Darlington, the Owner, >-r>HE SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT JL
11 September 1742 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Cork, April ij. This Day Daniel Keating, Peter Sullivan, and Derby Hurly, were tried at a High Court of Adip(ralty, before the Rt Hon. the Ld Chief Juftice Singleton', for the Mu- rder ?? George Clark, their Captain, and falter, of the Ship Hannah, bound from this City to Bolton
01 May 1742 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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V t i 0 A V's i> 6 s f

FromWyc's Letter, and the London Prints s May 4. Hamburgh, May 8. WE hear from Stockholm, that foon after the Arrival there of Colonel 1. igerkrantz, who was fent by the Swedifh General from Finland, under Arreft. his Guards were taken off upon his giving his Word not to abfent
01 May 1742 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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fram Wye'j and other LETTERS, 08. 4.

fram Wye'j and other LETTERS, 08. 4.

Extract of a private ?? frem Madrid, dated Stpt. 17. •? A few Days ago fome Overtures were made by th-e Pormguefc Minifter to ihe- King of Spain, in favour of the En^'ifb; upon *hich Ins Majefty positively decla-ved, that he was fully refolved never to come into any Accommoda- t
04 October 1746 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, May 16

LONDON, May 16

By the Georgia Packet, Capt. Macclclan, who left that Place the 3 ift of January laft, we are inform'd, that they were putting themfelves in the beft Pofture of Defence, expeftin* a2d Attack from the Spaniards. They had fortified Fort William quite a-new with Brick Work, and gre
28 May 1743 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
2[uft %tti\\tis, An d' to bt foil by Mr William Errikgt.onj aitystfpnfo in Stlver-flrtet, Ntwcaftlt, A Frefh Parcel pf G«rman

2[uft %tti\\tis, An d' to bt foil by Mr William Errikgt.onj aitystfpnfo in Stlver-flrtet, Ntwcaftlt, A Frefh Parcel pf G«rman

Spa ; Water, Seller Wuteti and Pyrmont Water.' Alio Blue Holland Millftpnes ef l*r«- , ral Sizes/ * " " ' ' - " J ?? "*■'•'• * '"> *ti te # Af Stpckton, by Mtff. Tibdy and At i an, A Latg^ Quantity pf pevsr Fir Timbe.r> at |d> j^l xV. Foot, imported lince the ift of July ; and a
02 July 1743 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, ScptfmL-cr 6

LONDON, ScptfmL-cr 6

Mutable Man. ttt E pray'd for Wars in Time of Pta:?, \V And now they're come, we pray t.'ty'd ctafe; We pray'd that Charles might pals the kh.nt, And execute his Grand Defign ; Bu foon we pray'd a f.ttc Retreat ; * "> Now thank the Gods he was not beat. r He'd better be Sttnrt t
08 September 1744 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TUESDAY'/ POST..FOREIGN AFFAIRS

TUESDAY'/ POST..FOREIGN AFFAIRS

TUESDAY'/ POST. FOREIGN AFFAIRS NaPt. 1 „ (JM/y) Auguft i?. TH O' we fuii'ci- cweiitvcly by the Continuance of the War, Mt, as a ?? r of our Duty and Attention u» the kin.*, we have lately remitted 'A contidei'.ible Sum of Money id \ tlleiri, under the Title ©f a Free Gift; and h
08 September 1744 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England