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Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From the E*lninc-Posts, Daily , March y Arrived a MAIL from Holland. Prague, (tr. BohemiaJ March 23. THE Corps of Troops polled the Upper Shelia, and commanded by General Draikewitz, who has been lately reinforced, has received Orders march and join Body ot RulCan Troops aclline
18 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
'Oe .13 I D ER,

'Oe .13 I D ER,

I D ER, is Wrexham ore Tburfday tie Salt its &six Two is After. . 1, -i car Manlion-Houfe ) HA 1.1., with two Builrfingr, fituate mtains a- v...ry good Static, Coach. Brewhoulet and a large Granary two Cow Houle., the Front or and feveral other convenient Out m: ft of which W are
18 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SCOTL A N D.

SCOTL A N D.

Glafgriv, Feb. 29. By a Gentleman who arrived lure Taft Night from iiay, we learn, that while Thurot remained in that Eland, he behaved more like a Friend than an Enemy. All the ?minions he got there be paid for, even beyond their Value ; be allowed thirty Shillings for every Co
18 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I iSurn. 5961 1 Edinburgh* Monday , Marcb i 7? 1760.

I iSurn. 5961 1 Edinburgh* Monday , Marcb i 7? 1760.

17 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To bt SOLD ty Auction,

To bt SOLD ty Auction,

SOLD ty Auction, At Wark«'orth > ,oo Thutfday (he aoch of March'inft. ALL the Household Goods and Furniture of William Oib) confiding of and other Tables, Chairs; Bed-deads with Furniture, Feather-beds, and Bedding, Catpets, Store grates. Kitchen Furnitute, Walhing, Brewing, and
15 March 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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n: LA Week a very extraordinary Affair bappen'd to one Brooks, poor Wonsan, who ufed to beg. and went with Crutches, and !r ed in Axe-Yard, Weamineer : On Thurfday one of her Feet ame off at the Ancle, and on Friday the other Foot came off. Nithout any Pain to her. Hundreds of Pe
18 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Arri-ved the Mails from Holland.

Arri-ved the Mails from Holland.

Fromthe London Papers, March 13. Prague, Feb. 23. The corps of troops pofted in the Upper Silelta, and commanded by General JDraskewitz, who has been lately reinforced, has received orders to march and join a body of Ruf- fian troops deftined to make a powerful diverfion againft
17 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extr afil of a letter fom Lonion, March 13. " Our politicians here are of opinion, thatthe propofed demolition of the fortifications of Louif- bourg, and the failing of the Eaft-lndia fleet, without land forces on board, are ftrong indica- tions of an approaching peace. " Privat
17 March 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, March 10.

LONDON, March 10.

We hear that Admiral Saunders and Lord Howe are preparing to fet out on an Expedition. We hear that two Battalions of the Firft Regiment, one Battalion ofthe Second Regiment, anda Battalion ofthe Third Regiment, making together upwards of 3?oo Men, will iliortly be lent to Germa
21 March 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LeeOeo, March 18

LeeOeo, March 18

LaflThurfday Col. Thornton's Battalion of the Militia march'd from hence foi York. And we hear, that a private Man in Sir Cecil Wray's Company dropp'd down dead in the Road nigh Tadcaller. Thomas Kellington committed to York Caflle for aiding and afflfting fevcral French Prifone
18 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England