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This Da) is Publilh’d, Catalogue Modern HOOKS. Amongft which arc the Works Prints; which began to Sold the 15th Day

This Da) is Publilh’d, Catalogue Modern HOOKS. Amongft which arc the Works Prints; which began to Sold the 15th Day

of Match 1760, at the Rt.e and (>*.», Dean]gate, Manehejltr, at levcn o’clock the Evening, and continue every Evening till ail are Soli. Catalogues to had at the Place Salr. HIS Majetty having been pleated to order an Independent Company of Light Armed Infantry to bet.'.iae. dia
18 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
tdiequer the whole the laft Half-year’sTkitles; It hoped tiicfe Gentlemen will excufe him, ihould they be reported deficient, and a

tdiequer the whole the laft Half-year’sTkitles; It hoped tiicfe Gentlemen will excufe him, ihould they be reported deficient, and a

for Poinding obtained. And the laft Quarters Cefs for the Service of the Year , 7S9> falls-due 25th inft. and there are feveral Lands in the County, for which Ccfs is paid for the Service Of the Year. Phefe are therefore certifying the Heritors and PofTefl'ors of fuch Lands, tha
18 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON-GAZETTF., March ij. Hague, Marti 7. THE Ceremony of the Marriage ot Prineds Caroline with the Prince of Naflau-Wcilhourg was performed here on the jth Inllant, and the Rejoicings thcrcup >n Hill continue. The Whole has been conduced with the grcatell Decency and
18 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AJOUR N A under M. ,hc late EXPEDITION T T. From a French Ofliceron the laid Fixpedition, and now Pnfbnei

AJOUR N A under M. ,hc late EXPEDITION T T. From a French Ofliceron the laid Fixpedition, and now Pnfbnei

Dublin. There embarked board the above Veflcls, Men, on (j'li ol September, 1751;. and they let tail ou the 15th Goober, being blocked up for 40 Days by 26 Englilh Ships, during which Time they pm Shore upwards zoo Men Tick, and under tart air of a hary Night, they arrived and a
18 March 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, March 13

LONDON, March 13

Letters from Paris of the ;oth ult. fay that the King's Council went to Verfailles the preceding Tuefday, and pre- ferred the Remonilrances of the Parliament to his Majelly who, after having beard them read withdrew his edidt and declarations, witliout giving them any anfwer ; o
18 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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'III.] MS'srsikg C O

'III.] MS'srsikg C O

URA NT ESDA Y, March 18, 1760. that could they have held out but a Quarter of an Hour longer. ' the Privateers would have ftruck, having loft a great Number of their Hands in the Engagement. The Grand Fleet now equipping for Sea will be the mole formidable of any that has failed
18 March 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH CAPTURE}, LAll Tucfday the Jafon Man of War brought into Plymouth a Privateer Sloop of 6 Guns and 5-6

BRITISH CAPTURE}, LAll Tucfday the Jafon Man of War brought into Plymouth a Privateer Sloop of 6 Guns and 5-6

Men, which (he took the Day before off the the Start. The Privateer failed from St. Malo about 10 Days fince, in Company with 4 others, viz. two Frigates of 26 Guns, one Brig, and a Sloop.
18 March 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L O N DQ N, March it.

L O N DQ N, March it.

The Grand Fleet now equipping for Sea will be the mod formidable of any that has failed during the War : We hear it is to confifl of 28 capital Ships of the Line, befides Fri- gates, Sloops, Firefhips, Bomb-Ketches, and Tranfports. This Fleet, it is faid, is to be accompanied by
18 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, March 15

LONDON, March 15

They write from Dantzick, that a peace had been much talked of for fome time, even at the Court of Peterlburg ; that it was faid that the Emprcft Queen was, at the inter- pofition of the Czarina, determined to put a Hop to the ef- fufion of blood, but that this talk was all blow
18 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CO UNT RV NEWS

CO UNT RV NEWS

C O UN T R V NEWS Nensicaftlc, March el. Fiom Cockeri.flpKh, wcart advifed that feveral gentlemen took (hip I all Saffirday evening from Whitehaven, to wait on (.apt. Elliott, with the thanks ol that town ; and a handlome prefent is intended to be made him for lus gallant behavio
18 March 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England