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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
 
%. Weliave received Certain Advice that the Re'mainder of the Breft Fleet were entirely rendered incapable of proceeding to Sea

%. Weliave received Certain Advice that the Re'mainder of the Breft Fleet were entirely rendered incapable of proceeding to Sea

till refitted for Service. .3*. 11 is fomewhat furprizing that French Miniftry Ihould have fet, about flat bottomed Boats to invade the Britilh Dominions, and the fame tintc, took no care to get Foats enough to carry Forage from the Eaftem Parts of France to their Army on the Rh
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SLeeDcs, Jmtuar. i

SLeeDcs, Jmtuar. i

On Sunday next in the Afternoon, the two Charity-Sermons are to be preach'd ; one at the Parifh-Church, by the Rev. Mr. Haigh ; and, the other in St. J. hn's Chapel, by the Rev. Mi. Horrotks. Tbe Number oj' Children put cut lajl Year is +7 ; feveral to Appr/nticejbipS in fubjlan
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Gentlemen, one whom aflted him,«Whether not he was a Native of France Upon which fmiling he replied, * I hear

Gentlemen, one whom aflted him,«Whether not he was a Native of France Upon which fmiling he replied, * I hear

that it is reported, and be* heved by a great many People, that am a Na‘ tive of North Britain, and that the Name, which * I go at prefent, is not real, but a feigned one you. Gentlemen, that this is a mere Fic* tion, and I believe, chiefly founded on myKnow‘ ledge of the Englil
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Co lie Lett, Sltvatt at Kippax, adjcir.ing to tbe Turnp : ?? and near to Coals, J. A LIME QUARRY,

Co lie Lett, Sltvatt at Kippax, adjcir.ing to tbe Turnp : ?? and near to Coals, J. A LIME QUARRY,

confiflina^jf'a vt- 1 v good Rock, open and ready for worfcalg^wfth or wittuwtah ut 12 At ics of Pafhire Ground. . ™ For further Particulars inquire of Tkom#r"__\tidFurfi, Eta; at Kippaa, w stf Mi. Bofnurd, AlWrncy at Leede*. A ~W EMORIAL from the M e r chants, J~\_ Manufacturer
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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1 Vol. I. Dr. DODDRIDOS. Life of our blefred ticifm, with the molt any Mi Mire of dui I Party.'

1 Vol. I. Dr. DODDRIDOS. Life of our blefred ticifm, with the molt any Mi Mire of dui I Party.'

.NATiviry).4 POSITOR: ItSION of the Pith NOTES, Whom DGE, D. D. about tio Numberr 4 Paper, and with cr'd to the Subicriberf, I. Engraving of be given•Gratir in James Picteher, den's (le►d in rates- in Gr.at Britain rird a full ,fteenet artrielivered :artier; in Great ll,i- P 1 a
1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Dec. 29. Amved the Mails fram Flanders ana Holland. Hague, December 25, WE have received certain Accounts here, that the Heredi tary Prince of firunfwkk, with a very confiderablc Body of Troops under his Command, arrived at Erfurth the 18th. is farther l
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUNDAY's POST.

SUNDAY's POST.

SUNDAY 's POST. trom the E VENIN G -PO S TS, &t. Dee. 27. *> JrrMH a MAIL from Holland. \* wary* _> • 7jo "' c ' 8 • M^ScM E ftill compute at near 60.000 men the forces H \V ** wh,chth ?? has at prefent in Saxony %\ fa with which number that Monarch is always able _X3FXX€ l ? ??
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Gjsneral Evening Post, Dec. j 8 AN Officer lately arrived in Town from Quebec declares, that the Inhabitants,

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Gjsneral Evening Post, Dec. j 8 AN Officer lately arrived in Town from Quebec declares, that the Inhabitants,

particularly the Women, upon our Troops entering that City after the Capitulation, were ready to deftroy ihemfelves and Children, for fear of the Englifh Troops, whom- they faid they were taught to believe by their Priefts would immediately butcher them in the moft favage Manner
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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1 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England