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Arrivtd a Mail from Flanders.

Arrivtd a Mail from Flanders.

From the Lendon Gaz.ctte, March n. Copenhagen, March 8. CH rifl lan Friderick Count Molke, eldefl fon of the grand Marfhal, is conftitutcd Marfhal ofthe court. It is faid the King of Denmark in- tends this fummer, to take a turn again into Hol- ftein, in order to view his troops
26 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AiiOUT four v\e-ksago there was iott or rakm out of a fh p in Edinburgh, flxteen varus of FLOWERED SATTIN,

AiiOUT four v\e-ksago there was iott or rakm out of a fh p in Edinburgh, flxteen varus of FLOWERED SATTIN,

with a buft ground, and purple ftript. Whoever can give notice of it to the publifhcrs of this pa- per. Oi.d I a-e a hanHfom- rcwa«-d- -aTtin-£V.n v- pufclfbt;, London, printed for T. Becker, and fold by the bookfellers of Edinbuigh, In one volume oftavo, price 3 s. 6 d. fewed,
26 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mmchrftcr* AiKbum* and' Derby Flying Machines to London, in Days, Begun on ionjiy the third of March 1760, fiom the

Mmchrftcr* AiKbum* and' Derby Flying Machines to London, in Days, Begun on ionjiy the third of March 1760, fiom the

Swan with Saks, in Lad Lane, '.on don, and Irnm Mr. Radford's, the Royal Oak lon, in Market fir at- 'a every Monday u«.. j hurfday Morning;. at four lock, and iies tlie Angel, Northampton, the full Night, the fecond at the tnn, m Derby, and the inird ji ehefer-, and at the lime
25 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TUESDAY,

TUESDAY,

25 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
al Ic. a :ion f Chcfh:re Mllitid, 13 IDI3 k Shore - , the (aid Ship, as two Packet goats,

al Ic. a :ion f Chcfh:re Mllitid, 13 IDI3 k Shore - , the (aid Ship, as two Packet goats,

On Wedecfday loft the The captain of the S t . cubed.% Damoadoik arrived at all (alined him, as 4id the Cattle of Belem when he Wird it. conifnanded by the flight lion. the Lord Vikoun M I be we his Trial will 08 Am she MUM Of Aril sat. of Salop, a pas, - with a French Privateer
25 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
By Authority the King's Royal Letters Patent. Cluer Dicey E Okell, & Co, (At Dr. Bateman’s Original Warehoufe, the King’s-Arms,

By Authority the King's Royal Letters Patent. Cluer Dicey E Okell, & Co, (At Dr. Bateman’s Original Warehoufe, the King’s-Arms,

and Boars-Head, in Bow-Church-Yard, London,) Give this Neceflary Caution again!! Counterfeits, to all fuch as arc ufed (or may hereafter have Occafion) to take Dr. Bateman’s Pectoral Drops, WHICH for more than Forty Years, have b««n univctfal jr known to the (afeft and futefl Re
25 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, March 18

LONDON, March 18

Extract of Letter from Officer in Admiral Pcccch'j F/cett dated effi Pondicherry, Augufi 12, 1759. are now cruizing off Pondicherry, waiting tor the Arrival of the French Meet; which, according to the Accounts we have, are far luperior to us, although we keep with u$ fix Sail of
25 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PRISONER of WAR. DESERTED from his Parole of Honour, at Pontefrafl, On Tuejday la/I, the ittb of March Injlant, AUGUSTINE

PRISONER of WAR. DESERTED from his Parole of Honour, at Pontefrafl, On Tuejday la/I, the ittb of March Injlant, AUGUSTINE

BARRION, about five Feet feven Inches high, of a pale Complexion, thin-faced, dark-coloured Hair curled at the Kars and tied behind ; had on a blue Coat, black Cloth Waidcoat, red or Leather Breeches, black ribbed Stockings, and large old Hat : He (peaks bad Englifh. Whoever app
25 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
dm th bequestha Method ib lot wounds Hold Ts A Thi aforefat No Regis:mat. w , - to col Denmark

dm th bequestha Method ib lot wounds Hold Ts A Thi aforefat No Regis:mat. w , - to col Denmark

ou launcbt Intlan r aord t3C . . • W ANTED,: To be Sold to the hat 8 I D D E It being thought by many, that the late Earthquakes were at t It she Talbot in C.bureb-Strtiton, in s h e yofSalop, on we hest his Trial will ante on about Tripoly in Barbary. we think proper to acquain
25 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DESERTED, from Lieut. Charles Gordon, of Col. Morris’s Regiment. JOHN ARCHIBALD, aged forty Years, Sve Feet five Inches high, born

DESERTED, from Lieut. Charles Gordon, of Col. Morris’s Regiment. JOHN ARCHIBALD, aged forty Years, Sve Feet five Inches high, born

in the Pariih of Inch and in the County ot Aberdeen, by Trade a Wright, inlifted Sheilagreen the firft of February 1760, and went off from Duncanltoun in the Pari/h ofLeflie, the Place of his Abode, on Monday the 17th of March, in ihort brown Coat, an old green Wailtcoat, blue B
25 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland