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Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Dec. 2^. rift'd the Mails due from Holland and Flanders. King if Pi 1 fi's Head Quarters Wt/jJruJf', Dec. 6. GLi.-a' u'l had been detached his Majelt) ij -he Right Eauk. oh the Elbe, occupied llrong Poll M..lien, with feven of infantry and trooH This Pol
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
This is to give Notice, THAT the feveral Persons, who the second Day September, in the Year off our Lord

This is to give Notice, THAT the feveral Persons, who the second Day September, in the Year off our Lord

This is to give Notice, THAT the fevera! Pcrfons, who the fecond Day September, in the Year of our Lord One Tboulaml Seven Hundred and Fifty five, were, or arc now indebted to thcEliatc and 'Timas Berrisford the Elder, of Garton, near M.mrhejler, in the County ol Lancafier, Carri
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tuefday Port.

Tuefday Port.

[ Arrived /EMails from Flanders Holland. AV A AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Dec, 25. THis Day arrived a Mail from Lilbon, by which there is Advice, that his Majefty’s Ship the Stirling-Caftle is arrived from Quebeck that the GofportMairofWar is alfo arrived in the faid Harbour,
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"f • Cafe of' Mary the Wife of Thomas Heald, a reputable 'Os Taf R oqf t jaw* 1760, -

"f • Cafe of' Mary the Wife of Thomas Heald, a reputable 'Os Taf R oqf t jaw* 1760, -

a )Farm er of old t o h l e d ir T ear ati Z -11 140e . R est , for it ailliited with the Rbeumatifm, &c. I Mary, the Wife of Thomas Heald, having taken Cold 3 r Lying-in, was feized with violent Rheumatic Pains in my • sod Bod which were frequently moving from one Part nibs an
1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
As to the evils of war, it is not true that <tve feel them as much as the French, nor

As to the evils of war, it is not true that <tve feel them as much as the French, nor

are we under the fame Necelfity of putting an End to them. know how much the War has toll us, and are alfo fenfible of the Value of oiir Conquefts. Our Allies have indeed forely felt the Calamities of War : the King of Pruflia has loft his detached diftant Provinces and the Prov
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
k of .r the .. ~~. •,, - _...a irge Town in Britanny, one League and a half between the

k of .r the .. ~~. •,, - _...a irge Town in Britanny, one League and a half between the

Mouths of Vllaine and the Loire, where•it has a large and very fafe Harboar. s, that it is a well-built Town. Two of the River Vilaine are over-fet, and lay upon D 0 N, Deermber 25. nfport Ships are ftranded on the Coati of n Cronftadt to Pillau with Provifions. niter at Rome ha
1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S POST.

FRIDAY'S POST.

f5» Arrived a Mail from Holland, and one from Flanders. From the LOIUWtI ®3_ttte, Dec. 25. King of Prufifias Head garters at IVilflruJf, Dec. 6 J^Pm*^ ENERAL. Dierck., who had been de- gfi ?? tached by his Majefty to the right Bank of 5? T? the Elbe, occupied a IlrongPolt oppofi
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
, s4* Private Letters by the tail Mail Lyv that M. Broglio had received exprefs Orders from his Court to

, s4* Private Letters by the tail Mail Lyv that M. Broglio had received exprefs Orders from his Court to

take particular Care ia the cantoning his Troops, not to faffer any Part of hit Army to enter the Territories of the Dutch upon any Account whatfoever,leil thcEnglifh ihould make that a Pretence do the like, and thereby force the Dutch to declare themfelves, which the French are
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The )«tt «te*l»m I*, hi. MiiTiratTo.il. Vol. I. page ‘' 4 K.rnfi^ o, ,T - ® i,, * - D,44nigc

The )«tt «te*l»m I*, hi. MiiTiratTo.il. Vol. I. page ‘' 4 K.rnfi^ o, ,T - ® i,, * - D,44nigc

Amtflc.lv .. S * *‘' lluft,,,ed the of °°* hlrflM Lord •• *" Tafl * C,,,,cifnj * with raofl amiable Spi- ‘°«.» «d without any Mnimt the malignant Leavco oi low Stognlaiinca of a party.’* «h?£ !?.T * Ntv,mktr •»» publifhed, price «d. (embel, r w, . * beautiful Frootifpiece, and e
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England