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Tk Remaindir if the fcicourfe inferted in our Ufi Comit,

Tk Remaindir if the fcicourfe inferted in our Ufi Comit,

* ?? ■'■*__•_» t" I gjj^ 9*h tof* November, all onr Horfe r marched from Lancafter to Prefton, the Foot iay that Night at^ftaag ? | io Miles fliort of the Town, and came up on thurlday about Noon. Orders werf givfti that Niakirto^March ?? for Man- bled at the Place of Parade at
12 March 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Venice, March 7.

Venice, March 7.

|E|SBj| E hear fromCorfou, that the Ship called |C|l|lP the Queen of the Sea, was accidtnt- ally blown up wiih 50 of the Men, Wkr^M tfle r eft being on Shore when the Ac- j§||i||f|§i cident haooenU
19 March 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Paris, March 13.

Paris, March 13.

Two Edi&s of the King that were regifter'd in Parlia- ment the i ith Inftant, have been lately pubiiih'd here} the firft for fuppreffing of feveral Offices of Treafure of the Provinces, Comptrollers and C tftiiers of the Extra- ordinary of War, the other to exempt Merchants from
19 March 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
, Hague, March 17.

, Hague, March 17.

The Sieur Mortaigne, the State's Minifter at the Diet ot Hatisbon, has lately written to their High Mighti- pefles that the Count de Gregy, Minifter of France, is fuddenly expected there -, and that a Keport is fpread, that he will make fome Propofals in Favour of the Ring of Sw
19 March 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FAinbunh. March 17.

FAinbunh. March 17.

:'on Thurfday lalt Colonel Stanhope's Regiment ot LW goons march'd from their Quarters at Dalkeith, and pa» iy tlais City iv their Way to Pertb. W? ?? *» • ?? ?? —- - ?? W.^. .».'<4 We hear befides Colonel Ker's Regiment ofDragoous, which is now march'd for England, thac eitber
19 March 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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London, Fib. 18. Since our lafi arrived one Mail from France.

London, Fib. 18. Since our lafi arrived one Mail from France.

6o*. ChriiT. Cinisof Halron, Gent. Guilty "V 6 1. A.cx. DrumniGnd Gi Prefton, G« Guilty 62. John Stewart of Prefton, Gent. Guilty L Thefe Six: condemh ? d, but no time 63. Arch. Menzies of Rrefton, Guilty C fet for Execution. 64. Rob. Crov/c of Prefton, Gent. Guilty r 65. John C
20 February 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Edinburgh, Feb. i§.

Edinburgh, Feb. i§.

Tbere is little News (ince my laft, only I hear that: the Marqnifs of Huntley has written a very Subrniffive and Complafent Letter to the Duke of Argyle, and has delivered qp his K(oufe of Caftle 'Gordpn, to Collohel William Grant, pommgnder of the Independent Compa- nies, who h
20 February 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
London, Dec. 31.

London, Dec. 31.

A Difference having happen d between the Command- ing Officers at Chefter, and the Recorder of that City^ Centinels were placed upon the latter's Houfe, and an Account fent up to Town. Captain Conftable, Commander of his Majefty's Ship the Roe-Buck, died lately in Barbadoes. On
02 January 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
J2ttm&. 696

J2ttm&. 696

09 January 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Madrid. Dec. 22.

Madrid. Dec. 22.

Laft Week the King having got fome Cold in Hunt, ing, was a little Feverifli, which did not hinder bis giving Audience the 19th, being his Birth Day, to the Grandees 5 and fince, he has ken in perfect Health.
09 January 1716 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England