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L 0 N D O N, 4.

L 0 N D O N, 4.

L 0 N O N, 4. it is afrtred that toe Army under Prince Ferdinand next Campaign witl corf:i of 'cc ccc They write from tnc Magee. that the Freecn Ambaffador had had a Conference with Mr. Van hellen, the britifh and Pruflian Minitters. Wherce it was inferted, that the French Court
11 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PROPOS ALS For Repeiddhing by Subfcription, in Twelve Weekly Numbers, (Dedicated to his Grace the Archbillor of Canterbury) Each adorned

PROPOS ALS For Repeiddhing by Subfcription, in Twelve Weekly Numbers, (Dedicated to his Grace the Archbillor of Canterbury) Each adorned

with an Elegant Copper-plate, from New Defigns, T H E Unwerfal Prayer-Book • R, CHRISTIAN ASSISTANT: CONTAINING MEDITATIONS AND PRAYERS For every Day in the Weck ; A on the Nature and End of, the LOAD'S SUPPER; W I T II PREPARATIONS for a worthy Reception of the HOLY SACRAMENT;
11 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MONDAY's POST. From the LONDON GAZETTE. liagre. March 5. TH E Hamburgh Mails bring Letters of the 26th pall, which

MONDAY's POST. From the LONDON GAZETTE. liagre. March 5. TH E Hamburgh Mails bring Letters of the 26th pall, which

fay, That a Party of about too Ruffian Coffacks, of Major General Touleben's Corps, who had been ken for fame Days in the Environs of Stargard, in Proffian Pomerania, advanced, on the ztf Want, in the Night, as far as Schwedr, and carried away by Force, out of the l attic. his R
11 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Com:wall, Fib. 18. LaR Week a Dutch Veffel laden wit Wine was thrown a fhote near Monts-Bay, where eceiv ( Price Two-Pence.) oft' and and que %V' ordered done L 0 N D 0 N, February 2S. The fall Advice. from Rome fay, that they have been exceedingly furprized there by a new Peal
4 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The High-Bred Chtfnut Horfe DRIVER, WILL Cover Marcs this Seafon, Mr. William Green’s, the Son Inn Maidenhead, Betkflrire, free from

The High-Bred Chtfnut Horfe DRIVER, WILL Cover Marcs this Seafon, Mr. William Green’s, the Son Inn Maidenhead, Betkflrire, free from

all Manner iftermftcs, Two Guineas Mare, and Half-a- Crown the Groom, the Money to be paid the StaWe Door. Dai»it has been hitherto remarkable hi getting fine firong honey Foals. Driver has won 29 Fifty and two Legacy Plates, carrying upwards twelve Stone : Lifcewife received Fi
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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D U R H Ji MTU R N P T K E.

D U R H Ji MTU R N P T K E.

D U Ji MTU N P T K E. , T hi* 'u •» vr. Koitcr, ■, , . THAT ,the next fleeting of the Commissioners it appointed to be held at the Houfe of Ml Couitoey, in Chcfter, on Monday the fovtnth Day of Apiil neat, on Buunel* tclacing the Road. . . . This Day was Pubiijhsd, One Latge Volu
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
T» LfeAP tbit

T» LfeAP tbit

At Mr AhdAkw kt'tia Morpetlf, «t one Cuictt i MiiUf, «nd one Shilling the Keeperi THE famotis high-bred Horse, YOUNG SNtP f beautiful Bap, fifteen Hands blgh, free from all pamtal Blcmiftei. and is allowed all Judges to as beautiful Stallion as anp in England. He was bred bp Sir
29 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HIS MAJESTY having been plcafrd order an Independent Company to be forthwith raHed, .under tit* Command of Capt. JOHN NAVIER

HIS MAJESTY having been plcafrd order an Independent Company to be forthwith raHed, .under tit* Command of Capt. JOHN NAVIER

; it is to all the Fellow* who have Spirit and Courage to bear Arms in Defence their and Country to repair the Mitre Inn in the City of Oxford, where they Will meet with proper Encouragement} and each Man Five Feet Three Inches high fliall receive Two Advance and a Crown drink h
22 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
N. B. Good Grofs for Marts

N. B. Good Grofs for Marts

N. B. Good for Marts OXFORD March 8, ijta LATELY arrived from Berlin, and to f«n at the King's-Head in the Hijh-ftrert, where thePruffidn Colours hang nut, twelve Pieces ot' WAX WORK, in- ~ Life J (the firft Time of their being (hewn in the Country) tie KING of PRUSSIA, one of li
15 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HENRT BELt.

HENRT BELt.

BELt. BS= Of whom Matters of Ships and others, may be tea. ily (applied with Profcftioas for Ships, ai.d lodenturcd three Year* Sec vauts, takea out at the Admiiaicy office, on caly Commiffion. Saving all the Post-master-genekals Rights. Notick is Hsapar uivkm. THAT Thomas HurtHi
22 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England