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Translation of a letter from Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick.

Translation of a letter from Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick.

tcred ! HE enemy having called all their fmall detachments, this dilcovery engaged me to give o the army, at five o'clock orders to hold themfelves tj [ ea^'ne s to march at one o* clock in e iorn ing, on the ift of Auguft, the ex P re ' ly be faddled at that v ,' ' " * rec °mme
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
*ill - Cava? th;r.gearoti at , Grow en, N s Ome Halt • Gin. . , a a Inglay M

*ill - Cava? th;r.gearoti at , Grow en, N s Ome Halt • Gin. . , a a Inglay M

ap e ; a t and one Shilling the Servant. Good Grafi fur Mares. Jolt I , From JACKSON'S 4 Wholes& Warehon4 for, BA fEhlAtk's Padre' Derr. at the Aisle- Arm', re, of Craves-Bmildurge. War flit, Chart' no the Lomita, bpi by. THOMAS aid WILLIAM JACKSON Company. Copal"; and Mailer, o
1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
lf*Ht rtetUfni to? tfct moll «fffol, rntnuioiag, tad original Work, hn ocsafioncd ike preceding Muiebti* twice le-ptinied ; and filrniflxi

lf*Ht rtetUfni to? tfct moll «fffol, rntnuioiag, tad original Work, hn ocsafioncd ike preceding Muiebti* twice le-ptinied ; and filrniflxi

the Ambon with anoihtt Opportunity cxpicffing their grateful Acknowledgments, for fig- ally diflieguilhing their Labour* for the public Benefit they dtfnc bat to have their Work fcco and read, and doobt not being appro* By his Majefty’b Royal Authority, given at St. James’s, On
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Nfonchcfter^tockport^Bt^ Derby Frying Machines to in Days, BEGUN on Monday the third March 1 760, from the Swan with Neds,

Nfonchcfter^tockport^Bt^ Derby Frying Machines to in Days, BEGUN on Monday the third March 1 760, from the Swan with Neds,

in Lad Lane, and from Mr. 'iad/orf s, the Royal Oak Inn, in Market-jircet-iant Manckefter, every Monday ana hurjday Mornings Four ©’Clock, and lies at the Angei, in Northampton, the firft Night, the fecond at the George Inn, in Derby, and*the tnird Manthejler; and the lame Inns
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS, and Letter* ta tt)C Printer, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Street-Eiv. Where

ADVERTISEMENTS, and Letter* ta tt)C Printer, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Street-Eiv. Where

Printing in general is per.orm'd in the neateit Manner, at the moil reafonable Prices. * ADVERTISEMENTS, &c. are alfo taken in by, and the Paper may be had of, the following Perfons, viz. Mr. Binns. and Mr. Edwards, & Mr. Bent, atfd Mr. Smith, in & Mr. Hi Mtwood, in Ripponden. &
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LeeDeo, April 1

LeeDeo, April 1

Tuefday laft as a Son of Robert Fall's, of Stutton, nigh Tad- cafler, was returning from this Town, (where he had been with a Cart -load of Coin,) his Hoi Its took fright upon Brainham- Moor, and in endeavouring to flop 'em, he fell out of his Cart, aikl the Wh^el tunning over h
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Arebbishop of Vienna's PASTORAL LETTER to his clergy. Published at Vienna in 1752, and reprinted at Leipsic, by George William Peuillard. Translated into English from the original Latin, and collated 'with the German translation, 1700.

The Arebbishop of Vienna's PASTORAL LETTER to his clergy. Published at Vienna in 1752, and reprinted at Leipsic, by George William Peuillard. Translated into English from the original Latin, and collated 'with the German translation, 1700.

The Arebbishop of Vienna's PASTORAL LETTER to his clergy. Published at Vienna 1752, and reprinted at Leipsic, by George William Peuillard. Translated into English from the original Latin, and collated 'with the German translation, 1700. WE John Joseph, by the grace God, and of th
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
.h. r«. and «a advice uoon and their confent‘to, the terms o f of the corps deftmtd to a£l againft

.h. r«. and «a advice uoon and their confent‘to, the terms o f of the corps deftmtd to a£l againft

the Swedes. A thty mis ht Joubtljs Mcahn fime Cmfl remembered that the nother corps of ncirly the fame *orce is forming, performances as theje Dijadvantages fuch treaty, h (hould " oppofy , h the Ruffians in the mi/ p r llan(ls and U'enfih pr* tnftrument, and the framv’goif °PP°
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEW b.

FOREIGN NEW b.

London Gazette, March 22. Ceptnhagm, S' Hnftian Frederick Count Moltke, March 8. v. 7 clJeft (on of the Giand Marfhal, i- conftnutcd maifhal ot the court. ’Tis faid the king oi Denmark intends this Cummer to take a turn againinto Holftcin, in order view his troops. The tim tor h
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
foreign news. Whitehall Evening Post, Bnjlau, Aullrians are in motion in the Upper Silefu; but, means the fage rreafures taken

foreign news. Whitehall Evening Post, Bnjlau, Aullrians are in motion in the Upper Silefu; but, means the fage rreafures taken

his Majefty, we hope to be able to prevent their penetrating farther into our province. 2. Hamburgh. March 14, The Ruffian troops under general Tottleben are nearly mailers of all ihc Further Pomerania, where they are railing hea* vy contributions. Wc are aflurcJ the King of Pru
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland