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L 0 N D 0 N, Deariskr z 7.

L 0 N D 0 N, Deariskr z 7.

)f the al - ra i Ed of Cloths be viewed on MODpang vo Mr. Rowland 25, 1760. 1 of the fcveral la Monty), &Son of Parr Counties u follows, De in Camarvon ; Ibc in D9lgely ; for the umaria and fo► releh-Poole, on Tuaf-, fide, of may be of Parliament relate- CHOLMCNDELET. P 0 T. G P
1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
nFRB Ti Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Tki'mef, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

nFRB Ti Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Tki'mef, Mr. Fox, and Mr.

Sanders, in Derby. U LIKEWISE ■'■" n,, Mr. rnLF in Wirkfworth. andat Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in Afliby- de-la-Zouch. 2rl ?? Shop in mnller every Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mts. ROE in AJbUnt, Mr. JOHN SALT, Wrkfimrtk* Po/t. ' U si ATFR inCblrf
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Some account of a pamphlet, intitled, Remarks on the letter addressed to two great men. [xxi. 623.] [Gent. M.]

Some account of a pamphlet, intitled, Remarks on the letter addressed to two great men. [xxi. 623.] [Gent. M.]

THE author of remarks profefies rather to explode the plan peace exhibited by the letter-writer, to propofe one of his own ; yet lle principal view his performance is, prove, that it is more eligible for us t(> keep Guadalupe and give up Canada, *' to keep Canada and give up Gua
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the Edinburgh papers, Feb. 23.

From the Edinburgh papers, Feb. 23.

From the Edinburgh papers, Feb. Wednefday lad, the magidrates and town-council of Edinburgh took tinder their confideration, the prevailfpirit in the nation for having a miedablifhed in this part of the unikingdom and fuch a meafure appeared to them of the utmod import?nce to his
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'as Thing Courfe, Which we had Reafon to cxpeft Ihould have happened otherwife.” 3. A Letter from Paris fays The

'as Thing Courfe, Which we had Reafon to cxpeft Ihould have happened otherwife.” 3. A Letter from Paris fays The

King, the Artifices of Mad. Pampadour., is kept eternally drunk and fcarCe knows a Circumftance of what paffes in this World. Rancour and Animofity tear our Councils; what is refolved upon'by one Fadlion is thwarted by fecond, and a third oppofes both. -Some are for -Peace, ofli
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Extradi of a letter from a ' ruffian officer, from.the camp at Willi'druff, Dec. 10.

Extradi of a letter from a ' ruffian officer, from.the camp at Willi'druff, Dec. 10.

Extradi of a letter from a ' ruffian officer, from the camp at Willi 'druff, Dec. 10. ** Tho' our enemies are accuftomed to magni- fy their advantages, they have never done it fo grossly, as in the different relations they have pu- blifhed of the action on the 20th paft, between
7 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THOMAS HADLEY

THOMAS HADLEY

From the Coff'tt-Houft in New College Lane, Oxon, HAving entered upon the BELL INN at upon Thames, tskes this Method of acquainting his Friends, that the Honfe, is neatly fitted for their Reception; and all thofe who are pleated to honour him with their Company, will meet with t
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The history of the last session of parliament, with an account of the most material questions therein determined, and of the disputes thereby occasioned,

The history of the last session of parliament, with an account of the most material questions therein determined, and of the disputes thereby occasioned,

ON motion made by Mr Nugent, Feb. 1. 1759, the preamble of the a<st 1 8° Car. 11, cap. 2. was read ; after which, Second motion, leave was given to r,tl a bill, to permit the free imitation of cattle from Ireland, for " nie to be limited ; and a committee a ppointed to prepare i
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Colonel Commandant; Calcrafr, Lieuiet,ant-Colonel; Henry St John. Major ; Hugh Bowcn, William Dalrymple, William Boyd, Francis Shanley, William Hutchinfon, Redmond

Colonel Commandant; Calcrafr, Lieuiet,ant-Colonel; Henry St John. Major ; Hugh Bowcn, William Dalrymple, William Boyd, Francis Shanley, William Hutchinfon, Redmond

Kelly, William Davidfbn, William Evans, Henry Irwin, and Mervyn Archdall, Captains, Thomas Corry, John Bickerton, Henry Powell. James Coote, Archibald Campbell, 'I Buckley, John Nicola, Stephen Smith. John Caulfield, Boulter John (lon. and Edward Perry, Lieutenants Lauience Dawf
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Capt. Ochterlony, killed at Quebec; and Enf. Henry Peyton, a Lieutenant, in the ficond battalion of the royal American regiment,

Capt. Ochterlony, killed at Quebec; and Enf. Henry Peyton, a Lieutenant, in the ficond battalion of the royal American regiment,

[xxi. JJ4 ] Hervey Smith, Captain in the fecond regiment of dragoon'guards, in the room Capt. Somerville, preferred. John Stewart, Captain of company added to Cel. Drafter's regiment «ffoot in the Eaft In/lies. John Bynge, of the late Lotd Vifcount Torrington, a Cornet in the Bl
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland