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Thii Day w:s Price Six-pence, (To be NUMBER The Magazine; O R MONTHLY REPOSITORY FOR. GENTLEMEN and LADIES. For J

Thii Day w:s Price Six-pence, (To be NUMBER The Magazine; O R MONTHLY REPOSITORY FOR. GENTLEMEN and LADIES. For J

A N U A R Y, 1760. Containing, among many other curious Particu. the following: I. tne Right Hoik uraMe William Pitr, T"e Hiftory An OrienralTale. 3 Description the Rattk-finke Louifiana, called the Natives Oudla-Ci>u logoui le. 4. The Life and Sir Greaves. A Parallel between th
21 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. THERE is to be SOLD, by way of roup, to ihe hiylicft bidder, againfl Wecincfday the -3d of January

ADVERTISEMENTS. THERE is to be SOLD, by way of roup, to ihe hiylicft bidder, againfl Wecincfday the -3d of January

1760, at Penman's land in Leiib, a: twelve o'clock forenoon. A Parcel of BUCK WHEAT FLOUR, °f three different kinds, Tne flour ro be Ihcwn, and condnion . f roup ro be leen inthe ha' ds of James Carrol, at the place of fale, any tune be- fore the 2 $d . - Mrs. t>HUMMOND Seed-mer
19 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

By yefterday 's mail, the Court has received ad- vice, that the Marfhal Duke of Broglio having been informed, that in rhe town of Dillemboin'g, and its caftle, there was bur a feeble garrifon (about ioo men, under a Hanoverian Captain. 1 refolved to take that place if poflible,
21 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH,

EDINBURGH,

The particulars of the action, mentioned in our Lift, betwixt his ?? of Prufha and Count Daun, are not yat arrived ; though by feveral con- curring paragraphs in the foreign papers, efpeci ally one, which mentions a louel cannonading on the 19th of December in the neighbourhood
21 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A M E R I C A.

A M E R I C A.

Kmgfl.cn in Jamaica, Ofl. 30. Opt. Venabies, of the Prince of Wales, from Liverpool, but lalt from Guadalupe, informs, that the ?? in g.urifon at BafTe-Terre are in gcod health, but that thofe at Giande Terre and Marigaiante are fickiy ; that all things are oilier, and tlie illa
16 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, 8. ABERDEEN Printed and fold James Chalmers. Arrived Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Jan, 8. BY a Letter from Antigua, dated Nov. 7, we are informed, that his Majefty’s Ships Lancafter, Lyon, and
15 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TUESDAY, January 15, 1760.

TUESDAY, January 15, 1760.

Thurfday Poft. No Foreign Mails fince our lajl, NAVAL AFFAIRS. London Evening Post, Jan. 3. Sxtrsft rf a Letter from an Officer in Adm. Broderick's Squadron off Cadiz., Dec. iz. 1759. m W ~wr E have continued here fome % / time blocking up the French 'Ey Fleet, which does not fe
15 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, Jan. 15.

LONDON, Jan. 15.

We hear Exweft fent to Plymouth, with Orders for certain Number of Men of War there to be reaiiy Signal being made, join Admiral Bofctwen; who, it is ftid, going to relieve Sir Edwa«4 Hawke. A Letter from on board the Hercules, now with Sir Edward Hawke, edvifes, that moft of th
19 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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19 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SATURDAY’S POST. [Brought down by Exprefs from London.] LONDON, January 18. /TANY Particulars relating to the late Engagement between Admiral

SATURDAY’S POST. [Brought down by Exprefs from London.] LONDON, January 18. /TANY Particulars relating to the late Engagement between Admiral

Hawke and the Breft Fleet are ■et unknown, and mud remain fo till all the Ships return. | ?fhe following relating to the Magnanime, Lord Howe, Commander, may be relied upon: .. _ That in giving before the Meet came up with the Enemy, Magnanime fptung her Main-top fail Yard, by M
19 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England