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To b$ SOLD, under prime Ctft,

SOLD, under prime Ctft, Ann and Eire abf.th Kent, at theit Shop on the Keyfide, Newcaftle, who intend to decline Bulinefst Their whole stock of woollem- URAPfxy, and Mirclry GOODS, confifting of the following Aitidei, viz. S'tipt and check Cottont Tu;niiute ditto Linen and Hollan
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Jut r 21.

LONDON, Jut r 21.

LONDON, Jut 21. a Mail that arrived Yefterday from New York, there is Advice, that Lord Loudon, impatient not hearing any Thing about Admiral Holbourn, and fearing that the Seaton Tor Action would flip away to no Purpofe, his Lordftiip put out to .Sea the icthof June from New Yor
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EDINBURGH. }olTa6.

EDINBURGH. }olTa6.

Saturday the Hampthire, a Cun Man of War, arrired the Frith, to take under Convoy the thiee Eaft India Shipi. We hear that Orders are given for draughting 40 Men out of every Battalion in Great Britain, to bs fent over to-America, and the TranfpOrn are already hired to carry ove
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Par'n, {FrdHtt) July 14. The ifloed no* Ordinances; one fol: iocrcafing the Pay of the OfficcrsandMeo belonging to his and

Par'n, {FrdHtt) July 14. The ifloed no* Ordinances; one fol: iocrcafing the Pay of the OfficcrsandMeo belonging to his and

the other for Eucouragcments thofe who take Prizes frw» the/ emy. LONDON. The following is .an Ibftraft Letter from General Cl« 7*» Chief Commander the Land Forces in the late Expedition Bengal. . . have now the Plcafare to inform yon, that Sncccls attended our Army hitherto by
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Tt bt SOLD tl tkt hightfl BidiUr,

On Thuifday ibe fouiih On; of Aaguft next, becvixc the Hoots of Tbtce nod font in the Afternoon, at the Houle of Mtt Ann Dowfey, at tbc Sign of the Fack-botfc, tbe Foot of the Side, Kcwcaftle upon Tyne; ALL that Messuage, Burgage, or Tenement, late in the Polleilion Mi William W
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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at one Time were afraid that the Laws of the Militia would harrafs the SubjeA. Good God ! Ballance this

at one Time were afraid that the Laws of the Militia would harrafs the SubjeA. Good God ! Ballance this

with the daily Practice, which the Free born Subjcdsare forced away like Slaves to oar Army, and too often to hfque their Lives in the Caufe of foreign Princes : And with that Profufion of the Public Treafure, which gave Sixty thoufand Pounds for an idle Parade of Artillery, tha
30 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SjiTURDJT, Jo it 30, Moccxyit.

SjiTURDJT, Jo it 30, Moccxyit.

The Lord Anfou, Chide, the Hawke, Drake, and ike Leatham. Foot, from London for the Eaft Indies, with the Cranrton, Rutherford, from London for Jamaica, were left well the nth ult. Lat. N. i{o Leagues Weft off the Lizard, by the Effex Mao of War. A French Ship Homeward-bound fro
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
(Denmark) July 14. According lift Let* %rr* received here from the Duke Onnbcrland’s Army» it made a Motion in the

(Denmark) July 14. According lift Let* %rr* received here from the Duke Onnbcrland’s Army» it made a Motion in the

Night between the toth and Inllant, and drew near HatneJen. By tnls new Pofitionthe Head Quar* ten of his Royal Highnefs are now at Steenbcrgcn. _ The Hanover is laid under Contribution, which exailed in Money, Proviiions, and Fotagc. _ tJanni'fr, {Germans) July 14. The Marquis
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Anfou and Surprize Men of War, and the' Trial Sloop of War, are arrived in the Downs with 9a

The Anfou and Surprize Men of War, and the' Trial Sloop of War, are arrived in the Downs with 9a

Sail Ships from the Leeward Wands, under Convoy, having feen in lafely all thofe bound to Ireland, and Sr. George* Channel; the latter are arrived atßriilol, Liverpool, and Corke The fleet Merchantmen confided Sail, and failed from the faid Wands the nth of June, wider Convoy of
30 July 1757 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T» 5 O L D,

T» 5 O L D,

T» D, A Large and convenient L)welling*house, well XX finilhcd, with a Gaidca, Coafh-boofc, Stable*', and other Offices; pleafantly fituated in Scdgeficld, in the' Coifnty of Dutham j very fit for Gentleman’s Family,, and late the Maafionhpnfc of Robert Wtigbi, -nfqi—- Apply to B
30 July 1757 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England