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Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Papers, Jan. to. Madrid, December 17. THE King’s Principal tention is fixed on putting his Forces in a Condition to make this Monarchy rcfpedtablc Ei rope. Orders arcjult given lor augmenting the roqp with twenty Men per Company, and to add levc
15 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. ti. Telerday arrived the Mails from Holland. From the Projft'ir, Head Quarters at Wilhdrujf, Dee . 30. IN the Night between the 26th and 27th. the King Praf marched with'fix Battalions and Cavalry from Frey Ixrg horn H rtzogfwdji, dillantone German
15 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COU.NT'R.^\N;t:'W'S.'

COU.NT'R.^\N;t:'W'S.'

?? Bath, Jan. tv. Laft Thorfday a Nurhbejr of Sailor's belonging to a Man of War in Kingroad, aflembleji in order to bring back four Defe hers iron*, their .Shis concealed by the Colliers at Brifliiigton; th«i ( Colliers got off their Pits, airmed with Picking flfairlWe^ and Stic
25 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Wanted immediately, f Gr fingl, Gentleman with ,f lT larnily, plain Woman between forty a,,!.-; Years Of Age, that has

Wanted immediately, f Gr fingl, Gentleman with ,f lT larnily, plain Woman between forty a,,!.-; Years Of Age, that has

been k ramily, and can (end up Dinner properly , be well recommended for Honeltv Sob-'- '' and GLconomy, and likewife for her good Be' i ' our Wages iol. a Year: None need thole whofe Characters will bear quiry. LQ For further Particulars apply Mr. Griffith, Mercer, at Cuckfield
21 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, 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
 
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
 
An abstract of the act 33" Geo. II. for granting federal duties upon malt, &c.

An abstract of the act 33" Geo. II. for granting federal duties upon malt, &c.

FRom and after Feb. 8. 1760, the following duties fhall be paid, o\cr and above all other duties now chargeable, on malt, made from barley, or any other fort of corn or grain, viz. three pence per for all malt made England, and one penny halfpenny per bufhel for all malt made in
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
 
Germanla boafts of Brunswtc's heir, Active, impatient for the fight and Sporken, void of Tear, And Imhoff, fam'dfor Chcvert's flight

Germanla boafts of Brunswtc's heir, Active, impatient for the fight and Sporken, void of Tear, And Imhoff, fam'dfor Chcvert's flight

Britannia Noble Gran by claims, Intrepid in the ranks of war, Young Richmond, Waldg*ave, Kino- SHY, names To Britons and to Ferd'nand dear. are the inftrnmentsol heav'n (courge a proud perfidious Mankind may learn, (uch are giv'n, 'Tis meant to make their country great. Kind hea
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