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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
 
On Tuiday, the Firft of fame try rso, w.is 'Publijhd, Price Six-Pence, [To be continued MONTHLY] (Ornamented with an elegant

On Tuiday, the Firft of fame try rso, w.is 'Publijhd, Price Six-Pence, [To be continued MONTHLY] (Ornamented with an elegant

Frontifpiece and engraved Title : a Copper-plate Reprclenration of a new invented Plough j a Plan of Sir Edward Hawke's Wto:-y over M. Con ians with a View of the adjacent Coaft 5 and Silvia, an original Sons fet to Mnlic byMr.Ofwald) NUMBER I. of ■ Thw BRI I ISH MAGAZINE; Or, M
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

An advertifement was inferted in the Edinburgh papers of Jan. iz. by order the Lord Advocate and the Receiver- General, letting forth, that though nioli of the colledtors of the eel's had been profecuted in exchequer for negledt in levying and accounting for the duties windows,
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Bofcaw*», C»pt. Braind, ar.if Fox, Capt Hume, ibtf India Hoaf . with Adwe the fafc Arrival of the Ship* on

Bofcaw*», C»pt. Braind, ar.if Fox, Capt Hume, ibtf India Hoaf . with Adwe the fafc Arrival of the Ship* on

Thorfday laft Corke from China. lal» from the Brazil*. They faile< from the Brazil* the 4 th of October, Company with the Taviftock, Jenkins, wni proringleaky foon after, was obliged to return bacll - , The Duke of CumlK-rland Packet Boat, Capt. Ooodtidge, from Corunna, did no.
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COFTHOLD.

COFTHOLD.

Alfo the following Strait*, fituate in rheTown of Sunderland neat the Sea, in the County, together ot fepatately, via. Kct, called the Mew Key, commodioofly fi- mated for Trade, and very impiov '.hie, computed > do • • to be of the yearly Value of All the Key or Wharf, adjoining
5 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evenino Papers, Qpc. January 5. Madrid, Decembor 10. I" T was thought for fome Time that the King would ■*• remove Mr. Wall, who is much efteemed both by the Grandees and the People, from the Management of Affairs ; but there-is nothing yet
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A letter 'written Walter the tny Lady Lucy Sidney, the ttiar~ riage of my Lady Dorothy, her jijitr, vy Lord

A letter 'written Walter the tny Lady Lucy Sidney, the ttiar~ riage of my Lady Dorothy, her jijitr, vy Lord

Spencer. MapAM, IN the common joy at *, know none to whom complaints may come lefs unfeafonable than to your Ladyfliip; the of a bedfellow being almoft equal to that of a miftrefs: and therefore you ought, at leaft, to pardon, if you confent not to, the imprecations the deierted
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
tilhed in the water Ythan as was bathing 'w hij health. 24. Weftcomb in Kent, the Duchefs«owager of Bolton. _

tilhed in the water Ythan as was bathing 'w hij health. 24. Weftcomb in Kent, the Duchefs«owager of Bolton. _

S- London, aged 32, the Marchionefi Granby, cldeft daughter the late Duke of Sortierfet. 2 S- At Langbride, near Elgin, in the 60th year of his age, and 25th of his miniftry, Mr "atrigk Duncan, tninifler of that parilh. 26. At Leith, Mr Robert Lauchlane, teacher mathematics in t
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland