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DERB Ti Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Tr i mer, Mr. Fox,

DERB Ti Printed and fold by S. DREWRY : Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Tr i mer, Mr. Fox,

and Mr. Sanders, in Derby, , LIKEWISE fi« Mm COLE in Wirkfworth. andat Mr. B. ASTLE, 'in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in AJbby- de-k-Zomh. \ Mr Vw.r'i Shoo in Win fer evtry Saturday, Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrt. ROE in Afrform. Mr. JOHN SALT, Wrkfworth-Peji. ¥m ; 7 ATER T
11 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
LONDON, Junuary 15.

LONDON, Junuary 15.

Letters from Amllerdam informs us, that had Advice from Dantzick that two of Lords of the Ruffian Court were palling the Door Prince Bflerhazi, the Auilrian Ambaffador, in Sledge, Page belonging to the Am baflador came nut and fired on them with a Fulee, but wound ed neither. Th
22 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From theEvenino-Posts, and Daily Papers, Jan i. Arrived the Mulls from Flanders and Holland. Fxtrad of Letter from Prnfffon Officer, from the Camp at miljdrujf Dec. 10. our Enemies arc accu Homed magnify the Ad van tages, they have never done itfogrolsly, in the different Relati
8 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be SOL D, Altogether or in Parcel i, By THOMAS BANKS, at the Indian Qviin, the Top ofi the

To be SOL D, Altogether or in Parcel i, By THOMAS BANKS, at the Indian Qviin, the Top ofi the

Back of the Shambles, Leedes, , HIS Whole STOCK in TRADE, Confifting of MERCERIES, LINEN and WOOLLEN DRAPERIES, HABERDASHERIES and UPHOLSTERY GOODS. Any one that will buy the Whole, with the Shop Furniture, may enter to the laid Shop aa they ftand. SOLD, by the Maker, WILLIAM VA
22 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY 's POST. From the EVEN IN G -POSTS, January 26. Tbe Halifax Packet is arrived at Falmouth, from New -York in Thirty Dayi, nuith Out Mail.
29 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Kmgfion, in Jamaica, Oa. 30. Captain Venables, ofthe Prince of Wales, from Liverpool, but laft from Guadalupe, informs, that the foldiers in garrifon at Bafle-Terre are in good health, but that thofe at Grand-Terre and Marigalante are fickly ; that all things are quiet, and the
15 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
With his MAJESTY'S Royal Litence*and Protection. Day is publish'd Vrve 6d. (Migrated with Head James Graham, Mar'•-quisof curioufly'engrav'd : An

With his MAJESTY'S Royal Litence*and Protection. Day is publish'd Vrve 6d. (Migrated with Head James Graham, Mar'•-quisof curioufly'engrav'd : An

aLfhen. - / Ic : With new and a Son? fet to E J S UPPLB M N the Twenty filth Ihe veHai a^az,i tie . Knowledge and NUMBER CLXXVI, Vol CON TAINIMG (In Suc r3ordi ;» >i ,i< arc*) l t The Life James Graham, Marquis - with an* Account feveral memonble Battle? gained by him. Experimen
28 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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
 
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