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SLeeDcs, Jmtuar. i

SLeeDcs, Jmtuar. i

On Sunday next in the Afternoon, the two Charity-Sermons are to be preach'd ; one at the Parifh-Church, by the Rev. Mr. Haigh ; and, the other in St. J. hn's Chapel, by the Rev. Mi. Horrotks. Tbe Number oj' Children put cut lajl Year is +7 ; feveral to Appr/nticejbipS in fubjlan
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Gentlemen, one whom aflted him,«Whether not he was a Native of France Upon which fmiling he replied, * I hear

Gentlemen, one whom aflted him,«Whether not he was a Native of France Upon which fmiling he replied, * I hear

that it is reported, and be* heved by a great many People, that am a Na‘ tive of North Britain, and that the Name, which * I go at prefent, is not real, but a feigned one you. Gentlemen, that this is a mere Fic* tion, and I believe, chiefly founded on myKnow‘ ledge of the Englil
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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
 
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
 
Clje LEEDES

Clje LEEDES

N° 297. [ voi.. vi. j TUESDAY, January i, 1760. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-Eml.
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUESDA

TUESDA

• T AL If WILLIAM ANDREW Holm. ?Butearly; in the Como of Derby, for' the Merle, a Male ChilieThirty-Pater rears qs, at the bell for the County of NOTTINGHAM. es Saturda y the loth of Anglia, 1759. Sir PARKER, Kit. Lord Chief Barn of Court Excbcqua: executed es Tatiday the s o ut
1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
fciu.. - Qsm*

fciu.. - Qsm*

Pxtrafl of a Letter from Pirtfmcuth, Dec. 2-. . • ' By a Ecmb.ketch ar. ved from St. Edward Hawke, there .1 advice, that we have 1 ot iieen able to take any of tho ilups that ran up the River Vilaine ; but that three of s tlicm are -Wtged, and incapable of any further fervice. ?
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
fwOlluail, December 27

fwOlluail, December 27

Some le 'ten from Erfurth, in Thuringia, dated the loth inflant, mention a bloody action to have happened on the 6:h in the ntighbo rhood of KciT.kloif.'. between the armies of ?? and Marlhal Daun, without any particulars: but the account Icerai to be without foundation. by l.tt
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England