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From the LONDON EVENING POST.

From the LONDON EVENING POST.

To the E O I. of E K G LA N I). all the Annals of this Kingdom does not appear Time, when the Circumflances of the Nation were at more dangerous Cribs, than at prefent; when Your future Honour or Dilhonom, Profpcrity or Advcrfity, . Freedom or Slavery, were in a more critical Su
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From the I ONDON GAZETTE, April 19. y, .;«•*, (It; Suxstiy, JufjtSl to the K'r.g cf Pt.’.a.J) April 10. r * PF. Conntefs of Bruhl lit out Tu.Tday ! ill for War-1 it.v with the greatcil I'arr c> f her Retinue. OnWcd! I '‘- , Regiment Miiicians entered this Town, i'.it marched off
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

er j h El,ire b 2S. The Defiance, Capt. Le Cronier, brought in here the 25th, the Prince Henry, Normant, ot about 200 Tons, from Martinico, which he took tiie 2Cth. had a Letter Marque, 37 Men, eight Six- Pounders beliJes Swiveb. After the Privateer had engaged her fomc Time (he
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, April 19.

LONDON, April 19.

There arc Letters from Poland which advife that the Ruffian Forces have retreated thirty Leagues. The lad Letters from Vienna fay that Ruffian Officer was arrived with fomc Difpatches that were kept very fccrct; and that there was Talk of the Ruffians beginning to march. Thcfe A
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Papers, April 21. PLANTATION NEWS.. Be‘ten, Deeevtber 3. BY Capt. Byrant from the Bay of Honduras, arc informed, that Spaniards had the Fort we had built at the Mouth of the River, and thrown the Cannon (18 in Number) into the Sea That they had
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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LONDON. April 21.

LONDON. April 21.

J Copy cf a Letter to the Right Hen. W. PITT. S R, Wc the Managers and Owners the private Ship of War the Antigillican, together with the Laudable Allbciation ot Antigallican’s cftablifhcd at the Lebeck’s Head in the otrand. mull think ouifclvcs 101 l to all Senle of Idonour. Gr
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Exeter, April 21. La!l Market-Day Tome Farmers demanded ns per Buftiel for Wheat, and were agreeing among themfclves to bring it 15s. and then make Stand- Rut the Grecians (a- the Inhabitants of St. Sidwell’s are c,ai>cd) hearing of this Complot, font their ives in great Numbers
26 April 1757 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

A Place for a Perfon educated under an Attorney who can write and cad Accompts well, is of a reputable Family, and can have undoubted Recommendation as to hia Honefty and Sobriety. He would ferve Clerk to Judice of the Peace, and keep Accompts Domcdick Steward, prepare Leafes, o
2 April 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be So.d by AUCTION,

To be So.d by AUCTION,

By Cenfent of the Creditors of Sir William Scrachan, of Hay met Place, near Cheltenham in Gloctjierjhire, Bart. ALL his Live Stock, confiding of Hunters, Coach and Saddle Horfes, Oxen, Cows and Sheep, a She Ai's and Foal. To be viewed until the Time of Sale, and dipofed of upon
2 April 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MULT U M in PARV 0.

MULT U M in PARV 0.

1 rinted for R. Baldwin, at the Kofc in I’accr-nolltr Row where Letters to the Author, Poft paid, are taken in) and fold Richard Bond, Printer and Bookfellcr Glocefter, by the Printer of this Paper, and the Men who carry it. Of whom may had the former Numbers, *•* London Magazin
2 April 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England