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Exiraß oj a Letter fioni Hull, Die. 31.

Exiraß oj a Letter fioni Hull, Die. 31.

Exiraß oj a Letter fioni Hull, Die. 3 1 . ' Bya Ship that arrived here the 29th Inft. from Sweden, we learn that Monf. Thurot's Squadron was met by the faid Ship, on the 23d in the Night, off the Scaw, fleering for Gotteriburgh ; there were four or five in Company. The Mafter thi
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
Frm tbi LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 8.

Frm tbi LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 8.

Hague, January 4. THE laft Accounts we have from Prince Ferdi- nand's Army, are ofthe 30th paft,' which fay, That M. de Broglio, (who has lately received the Marflial's Staff) had called in all his Detachments? with a feeming Deflgn of attacking his Serene High- nefs: That on th
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
JOHN HADFUL D, j«n. Printing the Bottom of Tib Lane, Manchcfter, takes this Method cf acquainting the Fublick, THAT they

JOHN HADFUL D, j«n. Printing the Bottom of Tib Lane, Manchcfter, takes this Method cf acquainting the Fublick, THAT they

may be fapply’d from his Cellars in K:ng- J/rat, with the under-mtntion’d WINES, neat as imj-orted, and a<* low Terms as they can procure them from any Sea Fort, viz. N B. Bottles, Hampers, and Calks, are always ready, and Old Red Fort, V bite Fort, I. if bon. Mountain and Madei
8 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
J A'[M E S DIXON. Engrave* from London, - At Mr. Norris’s, the Top of Deanlgate, Maccheftcr. ENgravcs Copper-Plates all

J A'[M E S DIXON. Engrave* from London, - At Mr. Norris’s, the Top of Deanlgate, Maccheftcr. ENgravcs Copper-Plates all

Sorts, tor Printing, as Merchants and Tradesmens Bills, Sic. Stamps, Coats /Vrn s, Plate, Steel/ or Silver Seals, See. after the ncatell Manner, and the ft rcafonablc Teims. Such Pcifuns pie to favour him with their Commands may depend on the belt Ullage, and their Favours grate
8 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
 
LONDON, January 22.

LONDON, January 22.

LONDON, January 2 2. The great Efforts France is rcfolved to make next Campaign in Germany, teem priced from an apprchenfion that the Emprtls Queen may pollibly make a feparate Accommodation with the Ivin* of Pruffia; as France knows, by intercepted that his Hruflian Majelly has
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