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j Num. sqvo I IJs J , Edinburgh, Monday i March 3, 1760.

j Num. sqvo I IJs J , Edinburgh, Monday i March 3, 1760.

3 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin , Fib. 23. An Exprcfs arrived in Town about ten ©’Clock Yelfcrday Morning from Major General Strode Bdfail, dated the 21 ll Inll. and wrote 25 Minutes pall five in the Evening, importing, that had juit received a Letter from Lieut. Col. Jennings at Carrickfergus, with an
4 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Y9 be D, Together in Mefluage, Barn, Stable, Farm, and Lands, be- Copyhold, the Parifh Ptafmar/h, in Mr. Humphry*, the

Y9 be D, Together in Mefluage, Barn, Stable, Farm, and Lands, be- Copyhold, the Parifh Ptafmar/h, in Mr. Humphry*, the

yearly Kent did Parcel Uplands and being in in the Occupation Mr. Humphry, jun. the yearly Rent j6l. Aifo JvleiTuage, Barn, Stable, Farm, Lands Berlin: Farm, Freehold, m II the of Gcrfiiam Humphrys the yearly Re. z L Eaojirc A Rye. ftolen the 14th of Feb. !a'l, from (he Sami-el
3 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
vines to all that would plant them they gave cuttings to others ; and thus the Burgundy grape was propagated

vines to all that would plant them they gave cuttings to others ; and thus the Burgundy grape was propagated

over the nation. Mr John Warner is defervedly intitled to the honour of being the planter of the firft vineyard with Burgundy grapes in this country : for at the time he began, there were only two vineyards, one at Oarking, and the other at Bath; and both were planted with a gra
3 March 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
and one will

and one will

1 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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tality and ?? friendihip which thefrater- ni.v always wifli to diffufe. The Grand Ledge, reckon themf-lves obliged to declare to

tality and ?? friendihip which thefrater- ni.v always wifli to diffufe. The Grand Ledge, reckon themf-lves obliged to declare to

all under their jurifdl-Uos, their diflike of any cuftom pre- judicial to the principles of Mafons, and require the officers of every lodge in Scotland, to in ri- piire and recommend the above resolution in the £r_f. meeting, after it comesro their hands. By command of the Ri_!i
5 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONDAY’s POST.

MONDAY’s POST.

From the LONDON GAZE 1 Dublin, Feb. 23. M' rnsng, little ft/re o'clock, Account was received, that Body French, about ?v!en, landed Garrick c g'J { , 1 T r 'injj, the Re ; (, f tnss te his Gnce I<ord jve d rs for aiicci'i!):!i with th;' utmofl Expetition, c'atv, <Mi- Rc-unents I
3 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Lewes: Inured by uE* where Advertifencnts moderate Length arc taken in 35.6 d, each Printing: m and Manner. are alio

Lewes: Inured by uE* where Advertifencnts moderate Length arc taken in 35.6 d, each Printing: m and Manner. are alio

in the Men who carry this Paper. Serfs neatly iiuun.i, ,Gilt, a*: well London.
3 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Thurfday Foil. Arrived the Mail from Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post,/VA 21. Extrail of a Letter from a Gentleman

Thurfday Foil. Arrived the Mail from Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post,/VA 21. Extrail of a Letter from a Gentleman

at Louijbourght to his Brother, Merchant in this City, dated Nov 26, 1759. L ieutenant schombcrg, of the 40th Regiment, with Fleet, pblig/ the French and Indians at Pi£loe to fubmit to the and has brought in here with him here feven French Indians, as Hoftages, among whom are th
4 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
J R, London, March, 1760. REading fome meritorious relative to the contemptible cuftom permitting fervants to accept of vales from

J R, London, March, 1760. REading fome meritorious relative to the contemptible cuftom permitting fervants to accept of vales from

vifitors, revives to memory a unfortunate event which once be- me. Frequenting a coffeehoufe, to many gentlemen offafhion refort, 4 at length eftablilhed an acquaintance Lord Heartfree, infomucb that he v ould rarely go home to dinner without lifting upon my accompanying him. Hi
3 March 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland