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From ike Whitehall, General, and other EvsNltfo Papers, Qpc. March 8. Teflerday arrived the MAIL from Holland, and thh Day one front Flanders. Lower Silefta, February to. *T" H E Ruffians continue to infeft our Frontiers* *• and laft Week a confiderable Body of them at- tempted
7 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 8.

LONDON, March 8.

Capt. Elliot; ofthe Mohs, who had the Honoiir of conquering the celebrated Thurot, is Brother to Gil- bert Elliot, of Minto, Efq; one of the Lords of th__ Admiralty. ?? .. .„-; We hear that Capt. Hervey is appointed Comman- der of the Dragon, a 74 Gun Ship, lately launched at De
7 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fromiht LONDON GAZETTE, Match 8.

Fromiht LONDON GAZETTE, Match 8.

Hague, March ;. THE Hamburgh Mails bring Letters of the *6th paft, which fay, That a Party of about too Ruffian Coflacks; of Major General Tottleben's Corps, who had been feen for fome Days in the Environs of Stargard, in Pruflian Pomerania, advanced, on the aift Inftant, in the
7 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

Ghcejftr, March 7. On Wednefday laft John Roberts, Abergavenny, Biq; was married at Brecknock, to Phillips, Daughter of John Phillipi, of Brecknock, Efq; young Lady of diftinguilhed Merit and Fortune; and Vcllerday they fet out for Abergavenny. he fame Day died after a (hort Ill
8 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUESDAY’S POST. Ttfitriny arrrvtd */* Mmh from Holland and Flanders. Berlin, [Capital of the King of Pruffia] March 15. THE

TUESDAY’S POST. Ttfitriny arrrvtd */* Mmh from Holland and Flanders. Berlin, [Capital of the King of Pruffia] March 15. THE

Qaeen and die Prince and Princefles of the Royal Family are to fet out for Magde burgh about the Middle of next Week, but mod of the Miniften will remain here. It now appetri to be decided tbtt the Army defined by the King to eft ngniaft the Ruffians, which will confifl of 40,00
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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WATERS. The Price for Lodging and Boarding Fifteen Shillings per Week each, nclufive of Tea, Coffee, Fire, and Candles, in their refpeftive Rooms and Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Week for each Servant. * * There will two publick Days in the Week in the Long Room ; Monday, a
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, March 27.

LONDON, March 27.

Yeflerday the Surveyor of his Majelly’s Board of Works meafured the Ground for ere Cling a Scaffold for the Trial of the Earl of Ferrers. The Talk of a feparatc Peace with the Allies and France continues; and a Proof, they fay, that the entirely dcmo> liihing the Harbour of Loui
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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¥0 be Su'd, togelb:r or Jeparate,

SI X Freehold Cottages or Tenemenrs, all adjoining, and fituzte in the New-ftreet in Chipping- Norton, in the County Oxford ; with convenient Out- Buiiditig! thereunto belonging. For further Paiticulars enquire of Mr. John Route, Brazier, of Chipping Norton afotefaid, or of Mr.
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO COVER this SEASON, Weflbury in Buckin*-l>amlhire, four Milo from Buckingham, ani two Bracklry, at a Guinea and Half a

TO COVER this SEASON, Weflbury in Buckin*-l>amlhire, four Milo from Buckingham, ani two Bracklry, at a Guinea and Half a

Marc, and Half a Crown the Servant, The drown Bay Horfe MAD- C A P, Late the Property of John Boriace Warren, Mud-Cap was got by Lord Cullen's Arabian, his was bred Mr. Dutton, foaled in Ireland, and got by famous Stallion called Ground Ivy, a Son of Lampre his Grand Dam the Hai
29 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
9C3SiBi»SS®9tSSa«a»««««»«SS«B®3 SATURDAY’S POST. 13rought down Exprefs from London.] This arrived a ATail from Ireland, which brought the following Advices, dated

9C3SiBi»SS®9tSSa«a»««««»«SS«B®3 SATURDAY’S POST. 13rought down Exprefs from London.] This arrived a ATail from Ireland, which brought the following Advices, dated

Feb. 23. YESTERDAY an Exprefj arrived at the Caille from Belfail, on which the Privy Council were fummoned, and a Report immediately prevailed, that M. Thurot landed the Day before at Kilroot, near Carrickfergus, with nine hundred Men, fome fay fifteen hundred ; that they were i
1 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England