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Front LLOYD'S British Chronicle, January 14. Tefterday arrived Two , Mails from Flanders. Henna, December 26. 'T H E Detachment fent from the Allied Army to the ■*■ King of Pruflia confifts of 15,065 effeftive Men. The whole Number of Pruflian Prifoners in our Hands amounts to 1
11 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tuefday Pott,

Tuefday Pott,

Arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS, General Evening Post, Jan. t. ADMIRAL Bofcawen will fet out this Week for Portfmouth, in order to relieve Sir Edward Hawke ; and Admiral Saunders will be appointed the Command of an important Expedition. Various are the
8 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To l>o LETT,

To l>o LETT,

Ninety Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pafture LAN DS, fituate at Mnnk-ftaton, in the County of Northumbeilaud.—Fot futthec Paiticulats enquire of the Rev. Mr Millr, at his Houfe in Pilgtim-ftiect, in. Newcaftle upon Tyne. (This will be no mote advertifed.]
12 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NUMBER I. of

NUMBER I. of

The Lives of the MARTYRS: CONtA I N I N A partkular and circamfiantial Account a the Lives, Sefferinp, and Du ha of the Protcßants, in the Reign of queen Mai' , the. FOR. Setting forth the dreadful ESA' of Popdh Tyranny which may not only prove a Means of preferving our Church f
8 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

■ from the Evikiho-Posts, «fld Daily Papers, Jan. 3. Dantziek, (in Poland) December 4. THE Ruffians, who are cantoned along the Waxtha, arc preparing to go into Winter Quarter). The greatell Part of the Cavalry already marched to Pruffia, where it is Winter. The rell of the Cava
8 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TUBSDAY’s POST.

TUBSDAY’s POST.

POREISH This Day arrived HotiAW.D. I Pf 0 have frofcen tor feme Navigation an End for this Seafon: Never our Commerce in a more fioutifcwg Can Port, mod them richly laden, within .Twelvemonth. w refilling here has notified our Court Came Declaration was made the Hague the Minist
14 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY’s POST.

SATURDAY’s POST.

foreign intelligence. Constantinople, (in Turky) Nov. Several Turkifh Vcflcls laden wi'h Corn for this C ty be ins loft in the late bad Weather, in the Black. Sea an the Archipelago, the Grand Seignior has laid Embargo all the Leghorn and Regular! Y'etiels oui Bale®, which are t
14 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
i;h his I V'i. Royal Liccncc and Prott^* tion. This D.iy is pu!)iisb\i. "rice 6d* « i ij' y '

i;h his I V'i. Royal Liccncc and Prott^* tion. This D.iy is pu!)iisb\i. "rice 6d* « i ij' y '

; >'in!cd "« E i /i' Le ur i!u rated with cftheßwerSt. the Operations the late Siege of Quebec, and View the Action the of September, A Head the General- Wolfe, finely engraved: Chart of the F.ench Calf, from Port Louis, the Mouth the Loire : new Country and a Sang Mafic) Magazi
14 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ADVERTISE MEN T.

ADVERTISE MEN T.

THere to be fet in Tack byway of Graffhm, and entered to at Whitfunday 1760, for fifteen Tears, the following MILNS, belonging to the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen, ‘Vtz, the Mila of Fuchill in the Parijh of Tarases, the Mi In oj Iv-vcrehrie in the Parijh of Methlick, an
8 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Reports fomc Auftrian Officers. The .Pruffian Officer adds, that there is nothing furprifing to fee about 4000 Men laying down

Reports fomc Auftrian Officers. The .Pruffian Officer adds, that there is nothing furprifing to fee about 4000 Men laying down

their Arms, and furrendering to fuch fuperior Force, alter they had fpent all their Powder and Ball. 2. Letters from the King of Pruflia’s Army mention, that a Battle is hourly expected, and is determined to hazard all Dangers. 3. A Battalion of each of the three Regiments of Fo
8 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland