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ht Let, and enter upon at Lw Das next THF. King's H»ad INN, at CuckfieW'm this County, now m the

ht Let, and enter upon at Lw Das next THF. King's H»ad INN, at CuckfieW'm this County, now m the

Occupation cf Job, Ftckham. ' For Particular* eiujqire Mr. Franci- Chrfirw, Attorney, Cuckfi, I i, a tor id j Mr. Cardin, i\'e.-chan», of Lewes. T« SOL d; ~ Copyhold Mrffuage, Bams, Building farm, * and Lands, called Heighten Street ia eft in'the County now Occupation Thomas Moc
14 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To be Let, and oiler*d upon at Day next* King's Head INN/ Cuckfield in this County, now in the Occupation

To be Let, and oiler*d upon at Day next* King's Head INN/ Cuckfield in this County, now in the Occupation

John Particulars enquire of Mr. Francis Chafmore, Attorney, of Cuckfield aforefaid Mr. Richard Hardin, Me;c! a a, Lewes. By the K I N G's A T I T Aim Day is y [Price 6d.) (Emuellifhed with accurate Plan of the River St. Lawrence, from the Falls of Montmorency to Sillery, exhibit
7 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, 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
 
Matta, *kith all aaitiag is Ci.aaael, fanned a Lava that k's Coale towards the Tower of the Annunciade. The Inhabitants

Matta, *kith all aaitiag is Ci.aaael, fanned a Lava that k's Coale towards the Tower of the Annunciade. The Inhabitants

of the adjacent Places are in a terrible Coollernatios, and molt of them have left their Dwellings.
1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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4 of the TRI AL of WILLIAM ANDREW HoRNE, Have lived at Annefly above forty Years. About the Middle of February, in the Year 1724, a Child was found in a ',k-nee Bag laid wider a Hay-Stack, belonglag to John Gaiter of Annefly4ohn Wooton threw it over the Hedge with his Fork, bat
8 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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9 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extra ll of a letter fro??; London, J an. <.

Extra ll of a letter fro??; London, J an. <.

*« The afliduity and diligence ufed in equipping the {hips at Portfmouth, caufe various conjectures about their deftination.-— It is reported, that m order to favour the operations of the Campaign, ar.d to add weight to our negotiation at the ex- pected congrefs, ao fail of the
9 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a Utter from an officer on board the.Ktzudrlt, in Cadiz, bay. Nov. i, 1759.

Extract of a Utter from an officer on board the.Ktzudrlt, in Cadiz, bay. Nov. i, 1759.

Extract of a Utter from an officer on board the Ktzudrlt, in Cadiz, bay. Nov. i, 1759. *" We are. in great expectation that the five French men of war, we have fo long blocked up bere, wiil foon be obliged to fail, as the Spani- ards begin, to. be extremely chagreened, that all t
9 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a Letter from Portfmonth, Jtn. 21..thiee quarters paft one o'clock.

Extract of a Letter from Portfmonth, Jtn. 21..thiee quarters paft one o'clock.

Extract of a Letter from Portfmonth, Jtn. 21. thiee quarters paft one o'clock. " Since writing my hrft lerrer, and putting the fame in-o tbe poll-office, have juft time to acquaint you, that rhere is in iighr a blue flat; at foretop, ir.ici^ined ro be Sir Charles Hardy, wirh four
26 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a Letter from London, Jan. 22.

Extract of a Letter from London, Jan. 22.

<c Private letters from the army of Prince Fer- j dfnand advife, that the Hereditary Prince had J confirmed, by a letter under !vs own hand, the I report of his not lofing a fingle man, in his long . and fatiguing march, either by licknefs or defer- ' tion ; fo rhar this circuni
26 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland