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10 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
C O U N T R T N EIFS.

C O U N T R T N EIFS.

C O U N T R T N EIF S. Newcaftle, March 8. On Tuefday the St. Michael Tender, Capt. Meados, failed from Shields in queft of a French Privateer faid to be on the Coaft ; but it proved only one of Boys's Tenders, which was come up lb far to get Intelligence, and which had call'd fe
14 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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©on&ap'ief PD&C.

From tbe Whitehall, General, and other Evening Patpers, Qpe, March lj. - Copenhagen, (Denmark) February z6. BARON Steinberg, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Great Britain in his Electoral Quali- ty, returned hither on Wednefday from the Journey he lately made to Hanover. He
14 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SCOT' L A N D.

SCOT' L A N D.

Edinburgh, March 6. In a Letter from Iflay we are favoured with the following Circumftances of M. Thurot while he lay there j " M. Thurot isa well made young Man, feems to be about 48 Years old, his Size rather of the loweft, and of a fair Complexion. He fpeaks Englifh well, and
14 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 18.

LONDON, March 18.

We hear that a Patent will pafs the Great Seal this Week for crearing his Royal Highnefs Prince Edward Duke of Gloucefter. Anocher Patent will alfo pafs, for creating the Right Hon. Sir Rgbert Henley a Baron of Great-Britain, by the Title of Lord Henley of Grange, in the County
14 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Treaty of a Peace and Friendfhip concluded by his Excellency WILLIAM-HENRY LYTTELTON Ef q , Captain Gentrat, and Governor in Chief of his Mastjiy, Province in South-Carolina, witb ATTA KULLA- KULI.A, or the Little Carpenter, Deputy of the whole Cherokee Nation, and other Headmen
11 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL

GENERAL

OF THE LIVES ) TRIALS, and EXECUTIONS, OF ALL THE Royal - and Noble Perfonages, That have Suffered in Great-Britain and Ireland for HIGH-TREASON, or other CRIMES, FROM TIIE Acceffion of HENRY VIII. to the Throne of ENGLAND. down to the prefent T•me ; WITH A CIRCUMSTANTIAL NARRAT
11 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ADVERTISE ME NTS. LOCH-HEAD BLEACHFIELD, 1760. JAMES JOHNSTON, Bleacher at Loch-head, within half Mile of Aberdeen, is to lay down

ADVERTISE ME NTS. LOCH-HEAD BLEACHFIELD, 1760. JAMES JOHNSTON, Bleacher at Loch-head, within half Mile of Aberdeen, is to lay down

Cloth to bleach on the 11th of March precifely, if the Weather continues ; he bleaches entirely after the Dutch Method, and ufes no rubbing Machines, or indeed any other thing detrimental to the Cloth by thinning or wearing it and all his Cloth coarfe and fine, are bleached in t
11 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
; were prevented by the pS that a .Place. 'i 9. In the Account of the taking the Caftle of

; were prevented by the pS that a .Place. 'i 9. In the Account of the taking the Caftle of

CarricWergus, we have the following Particulars, In a Letter (in theXondon Gazette) from the Commandant of the Caflle. That Colonel Jennings demanded, the Troops Ihould inarch out with all the Honours of War, and the Officers to be on their Parole in Ireland, and not to be fent
11 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
and about zoo the Soldiers were fent afhore to carry them off. We may judge of the Situation of this

and about zoo the Soldiers were fent afhore to carry them off. We may judge of the Situation of this

Squadron, by the Conduit of thefe poor Creatures, who no fooner had touched dry Land, than they fell to digging up with their Bayonets Herbs and every green Thing they met with ; length they tame to a Field of Potatoes, which they very eagerly dug, and after fhaking off the Eart
11 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland