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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
 
Objections to the dissertation of M. de Guignes in which he has attempted to prove, that the Chinese were an Eyytian colony [xxi. 77.]

Objections to the dissertation of M. de Guignes in which he has attempted to prove, that the Chinese were an Eyytian colony [xxi. 77.]

By M. De/bautefraye, froffjjor of the Arabic language, and Interpreter of the Oriental languages tc the King of France. DEHuutefraye obferves, that De Guignes has three principal objects. 1 • To prove, that the Chinefe cha-1 meters are nothing more than mono- 1 ims formed of Phe
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The MAN of KENT. In imitation Pope's Man of Rofs. [iv. B.] P' HY arc our thoughts on lords alone

The MAN of KENT. In imitation Pope's Man of Rofs. [iv. B.] P' HY arc our thoughts on lords alone

in*V tent! honed mufc! and the Man of Kent. Medway echoes thro'her winding bounds, "'hilft didantTweed her applaud- refbunds. Who form'd the band that late near Mindcn's tow'r* Stood firft in triumph o'er proud Gallia's pow'rs ? The Man of Kent, methtnks each foldier lays, And g
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Chronological Series Events, continued from our preceding volume. almofl every article is annexed the number of tbe peie of this

Chronological Series Events, continued from our preceding volume. almofl every article is annexed the number of tbe peie of this

volume in -which the account of to be found. Sept. to. The French fleet under D'Ache defeated by Adm. Pocock in the E. Indies. 2jc. 30. A dreadful earthquake at Tripoli in Syria. 94. Nov. 24. Violent eruptions of mount Vefuvius. 93. 30. Wondivafli, a French fort on the Coromande
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extratt ofa Letter from Portfmouth, dated Jan.- 6

Extratt ofa Letter from Portfmouth, dated Jan.- 6

" We hear here that there is an Order to .heath 1 9 Ships of the Line direft ly } we fuppofe for the Weft- Indies. " Friday Admiral Rodney failed from Spithead to St. Helen's, to wait for a Wind for Havre.' Portfmouth, Jan. 7. This Morning his Majefty's Ships Panther and Norfolk
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, January 8.

LONDON, January 8.

We hear from MeifTen in Saxony, that the advan- ced Guards of the Prulfians are within half a League of Drefden. Advices from Drefden acquaint us, that on Chrift- mas Day their Garrifon was changed, and that now they have between 9 and 10,000 ofthe beft Troops in Count Daun's Ar
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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