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JOHN HADFIELD, jnn. Fronting the Bottom of Tib Lane, Manchester, takes this Method of acquainting the Publick, THAT they may

JOHN HADFIELD, jnn. Fronting the Bottom of Tib Lane, Manchester, takes this Method of acquainting the Publick, THAT they may

JOHN HADFIELD, jnn. Tnntitig the Bitten of Tib Lane, Manchtfter, takes this Method acquainting the Publick, THAT they may lapplyM from his Cellars in King/•reel, with the undcr-mention’d WINES, neat as impend,' on low Terms as they can procure them from any Sea Perl, viz. Old Red
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

r Wxttrtl »/ 0 Utter/nth Trrtfn, Dec. 5, 1759, Sunday Night laft, a Norway Ship bound for Gal<**N laden moflly with Boards, wrecked at a Place called Bauylonganc, within a Mtle*of Bdlyhigc; Ihc -had eight Men on Board at her coming off from Norway, and her was to unrortima'rly t
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Thursday Post. Forei

Thursday Post. Forei

Thurfday Poft. Foreign Mails fmce our lajl, NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Dec. ao. A French Ship is arrived at Breft from the Eaft-Indies. The Difpatches were fent to Paris, but no Perfon was fuftered to go on Shore, nor any to come on board, £. It is (aid that the French
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
 
gviry Monday and'T uefday thefi&fier, 'till the Parcel prefently intended to be Jold, is difpofed of.— Attendance will beyriven at

gviry Monday and'T uefday thefi&fier, 'till the Parcel prefently intended to be Jold, is difpofed of.— Attendance will beyriven at

Durris each Day for the "Sale, from\o to 3 o'clock. That JOHN WILSON, Heckle-maker, from Coupar of Fife, is now come to this Place, ■r.nd is fettled in John Law s Clofe, in the Vpper-hirkgate, Aberdeen, where he makes and mends Heckles ■■all Sorts. And as was regularly bred to t
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LOUDon, December 20.

LOUDon, December 20.

It is rumour d that a Congrefs is appointed to be open M at the Hague the 1 Bth or 28th of the enfeing Month. W. £. On Monday arrived a: Falmouth, ais MajeW . Ship Swiftfuie, from Adm. Hawke'* Fleet. Extras of a Letter fnm dipt. Richard Maitland, of the Royal Regiment of Artille
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
This Morning at 7 o’clock, the King of who had returned hither from Freyberg on the 3d, fet out for

This Morning at 7 o’clock, the King of who had returned hither from Freyberg on the 3d, fet out for

the fame Place. His Royal Highnefc Prince Henry commands, in the King’s Abfence, our Grand Army, which remains in its former Pofition. 2. Hague, Dec. 18. By Advices of the tithing from Prince Ferdinand, his Serene H.ghnefs remained ftill at KroJfdorff and the Hereditary Prince h
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland