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Cf)e LEEDES Jnttlliitnttv.

[ Vol. VI. ] TUESDAY, January 29, 1760. N° 301. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-Etid.
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY'S POST.

FRIDAY'S POST.

f& Arrived Two MAILS from Holland From tbe JLaittJOtt ©ajettfc Jan. 22. Prince Ferdinand's Head Quarters at Marbourg, Jan, II cf*_- ?? IN C E we were informed of the Succelt a? |l of our Troops in forcing the Town of Dil- W n 4 lenbourg, and throwing Provifions into the it % fai
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Briftol, Jan. 1 9 . Early on Tuefday morning fourteen" London and Brillol machines were flopped and robbed by a fingle highwayman, near Speenham Land, who, after giving each of the coachmen a Ihilling to drink, made off ucdif- covered. Cambridge, Jan. 19. This day (according to
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Prom Lloyd’s Evening Poll.

Prom Lloyd’s Evening Poll.

AT a Time when Great Britain is arrived at fo high Pitch of Glory, it is Matter of A- Itoniihment, that (he (hould fuffer that Glory to be tarniflied by the Infult of (b petty a Tyrant as the Emperor of Morocco. This Refleflion arifes upon Reading the Account in the Papers of th
29 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Murning Scene in PARIS. NOW Morn arile, and, the Gallic clime, Advancing, Tow’d each Street with Difcoiucnt, When Lewis wait’d,

Murning Scene in PARIS. NOW Morn arile, and, the Gallic clime, Advancing, Tow’d each Street with Difcoiucnt, When Lewis wait’d,

To cußom’d; for his Sleep Was reverie, of Indigcltion bred. And Revels nightly kept; much the more His Wonder was to find his Pompadour With Features difeompofed, and Cheek as flulh’d ; How chang’d from what (he was! the Gay! the Young! view’d the Harlot nearly, cn his Ann • yea
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEW MUSIC. To ill Lovers of Vocal and Instrumental MUSIC.' On Ftiday the Firft of February i ;60, willie PuhliJh'J,

NEW MUSIC. To ill Lovers of Vocal and Instrumental MUSIC.' On Ftiday the Firft of February i ;60, willie PuhliJh'J,

in Quarto, P/ict Six-peace, And Sold by Meffrs. Newton, Clark, Harrop, T. Anderton and Ann Whitworth, in MancbrjJer, ('To be continued tie F.rjt of every Month) Ihe MUSICAL. Magazine; MONTHLY ORPHEUS. Confining Original SONGS, CANTATAS. See. MUSIC. Word* Gentlemen whole Taieon i
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONTHLY ORPHEUS.

MONTHLY ORPHEUS.

CONSISTING OF Original SONGS, CANTATAS, &c. let to MUSIC. The Words by Gentlemen whole Talents in LYRIC toe RY hate received she public Approbation; . The MUSIC by Mr. OSWALD , and other celebrated MASTERS. To which will be added, A DISSERTATION en the Origin, Rife, and Progrefs
29 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
&l)tp - Jecuio.

&l)tp - Jecuio.

Exlratl of a Letter from an officer on board tbe Mar, tender, dated at Jamaica, OQobtr 29 " About a fortnight ago we were lent out on a cruize, under the command of Lieut. James Paterfon, of the Marl- borough. Our iloop mounted 1 2 guns. Soon after, we fell IB with a French fnow
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
N M I C. .To all Lovers of Vocal. and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. On Friday the of February 1760, 'will be

N M I C. .To all Lovers of Vocal. and INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. On Friday the of February 1760, 'will be

publiditd in tsiartos (Price SIX PENCE.) (To be continued the Firtt of every Month) The Mufical .MAGAZINE 0 R. OR THE familiar ; • CHESTER. _ lON. On Friday the Fifa of February next, will be pnblilhed. Price Si x-Pnici. [To be continued MONTHLY] NUMBER I. OF THE Royal Female MA
29 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
NUMBER I. of•

NUMBER I. of•

NUMBER I. of • The Public Magazine; O R Mifcellaneous Intelligencer. Containing One Sheet and Half, or Twenty- four Pages, O C T A V 0, On a new Lcitcr and a good Papa, flitch'd in Blue. At the eafy Price of THREE PENCE, An Fxp-nce fcarcely encoding that of a common hiLwa-paper.
29 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England