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Whitehall, March 22.

Whitehall, March 22.

The King has been pleafed, in Confideration of the many great and eminent Services rendered unto His Majefty by Charles Watfon, Efq; deceafed, late Vice Admiral ofthe Red Squadron of his Majefty's Fleet, and Commander in Chief of his Majefty's Ships in the Eaft-Indies, to grant
21 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
S C*o T L A N D

S C*o T L A N D

Edinburgh, March 6. In a letter from f (lay we are fa- voured with the following circumftances of the bshaviourof M. Thurot while he lay there. " M. Thurot is a well-made young man, feetns to be a- bout 28 years old, his fize rather of the loweft, and of a fair complexion. He ??
18 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the Nobility, Gentry, and O'hers, The only true Britifh POWDER foe the TEETH and GUMS THIS excellent Prefcrvative Mankind, Years

the Nobility, Gentry, and O'hers, The only true Britifh POWDER foe the TEETH and GUMS THIS excellent Prefcrvative Mankind, Years

indefatigable Study, Induftry and Experience, brought Perfection Native cf this Kingdom; which for the Bereft: all Mankind will ive thereby, will ly teftify for its excellent vie . For it is not confined Age Sex, but recommenced all People, all Decrees and as well by Sea Land. I
17 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

London Gazette, March 8. Hague, f Mle Hamburg Mails bring Letters of Mar. 5. X 26th pall, which lay, that a Party of 100 Ruffian Coflacks, of Major Gen. Totleben’s Corps, who were feen for fome Days pall in the Environs of Stargard, in Pruffian Pomerania, advanced on the 21 ft n
18 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
[No MAILS arriv,a.]

[No MAILS arriv,a.]

beer A:. ation th; eVerV onb. I tsKii Mr Flag of Ifland p heard Retalia- &kith , after a make Atone. ent, Guido• the Gofollow is Nlajeipe, was t, having Itifoncd on the !Icing of •Torgau rn Saxony, Frb. 23. Moll of the Proflian Regiments are Complete. They have b.en recruited by
18 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Abftradl of the plan of a Militia for Scotland.

Abftradl of the plan of a Militia for Scotland.

IF the a£ts eftablifhing a militia in England are extended to Scotland, with fuch varia'ions only, as the difference of our laws render ne- ceflary, the following will be nearly the plan of a Scots militia. ift, Their number will be 6000 men over al' Scotland ; the proportion of
17 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
KING’s auttoritgj ‘This Day is publi/hed Price 6d. Numb. 11. of the THE Royal Female Magazine; ( DcdtctuA tar Royal

KING’s auttoritgj ‘This Day is publi/hed Price 6d. Numb. 11. of the THE Royal Female Magazine; ( DcdtctuA tar Royal

Highntji tie Priactfi Dowager of fFales. CHARLES HONEYCOMBE, Efq;) For FEBRUARY, 1760. . Number embclli&cd with four Copper Plates, via. 1. Mr, Garrick in the Charaßcr of AhdDDruggetr from an original Drawing. 2. A curious Etching, in the Manner of of the Marquis qf Granby, by G
15 March 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, March 11.

LONDON, March 11.

hxtraft cf Letter from Capt. Richard Saunders, of the Thames, to his Ottntn, dated Havre Grace, Feb. 2J. very loir ; have the Occafion to write to you from hence; Uiu a> it is the Fortune War; there is no remedy but Patience. Undoubtedly yju have heard of (ailing from Leghorn th
18 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, March 13.

LONDON, March 13.

An Affair that cngrofles all Conversation at Paris, the Attempt made a Pcrlon belonging to the Navy-Office to cut his own Throat, immediately on reading a Letter which he had received He is accufed Communicating to a. Brother London all'l*-.: palled the Council. He did not die i
18 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THURSDAY’s POST.

THURSDAY’s POST.

foreign intelligence. This Day arrived a Mail from Flanders. ec * M* not for the Mind Man to conceive Calamity g'eater than thisCoun try has iuftaintd for about Month The Earthquakes about tour the corning the and have ull a hundred Leagues length, rear Breadth, in ihe .he Space
17 March 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England