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LOltOflM. January 22

LOltOflM. January 22

Sir Charles Hardy, in a letter dated the 3d inft. fays, that he fhould the next day difpatch to England all the heavy fhips of the divifion under his command. It was feared that the whole fleet would be obliged to put into Ferrol, as the long continuance of eallerly winds preven
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOtlHOtt* "January 24.

LOtlHOtt* "January 24.

Yelterday a Council was held at the Cockpit on affairs of importance. Litters from Dunkirk of the 1 jth fay, that they had bcun to difcharge the carpenters and the crews of" the flat bottomed boats; and fome of the clerks ofthe navy were alfo difcharged. By Letters received at C
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Whitehall Evening Post, fg.

Whitehall Evening Post, fg.

2. Latibach, Jan. 3. Marflial Broglio, being firmly refolved to remain the lali in the Weteravia in order to preferve Gieflen, has caufed Troops to Advance from the Rhine on the Back of the combined Army, while their Right Flank is approached by a large Detachment under M. de Vo
29 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
t 760: Oa Saturday die 26th Meat, was Pub Merl,

t 760: Oa Saturday die 26th Meat, was Pub Merl,

29 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A DIALOGUE. ‘lke Scene in tans. Lewis. NOW tlie War’s at a Paufe, my dear Pompadour, Palt TranfaCtions, with me,

A DIALOGUE. ‘lke Scene in tans. Lewis. NOW tlie War’s at a Paufe, my dear Pompadour, Palt TranfaCtions, with me,

Recapitulate o’er. 1 e fcarccly had Time to look over the Scene, And I would review the Events ot Reign. What with Parliament, Clergy, and Damien’s damn Knife, Hillorians will fay little good of my Life ; Lewis the Fifteenth the Reign but forty. Who was once in great Credit, and
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

Fronr-the LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 22' This Day arrived two Mails from Holland. Prince Ferdinands Head-Quarters at Mar boutg Jan. 11. SINCE we are informed of the Succefs of our Troops in forcing the Town Dillenbourg, and throwing Provifions into the Laftle thereof on the 7th, have
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the Evening-Posts, and Daiiy Papers, Jan. 24. Peterjlurgb , (in RujJiu) Dec »3. APart of our Garrifon out within thefe few Days to join the Atmy on the Viitula. Other Troops are con linually taking the lame Rome, and arc replaced by New Recruits. Leipjick Dec. 6. The Prulli
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, January 20.

LONDON, January 20.

Saturday the 18th Inftant 200 Volunteers, under the Command of the Captains and Matthews, march’d into Sunderland in Durham, where »hty arc to be Quarter’d tor the Winter. he Ships that are returned from the Bay arc or d 10 be docked and ft.ted for the Sea with the utmuil Expedi
29 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England