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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

From tke Ssu-ib Carolina Gazette, Feb. 15. THE „r_ attempt of the Cherokee*;, fince the late treaty of peace made with them, was to furprize Fort Piince George •, but by the vigilance and good conciucb of Lieutenant Coytmore, their deligns were hap- pily fruftrated. The barrages
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRY.NEWS.

COUNTRY.NEWS.

Gloctfier, April 4. On Wednefday lad ended our Affixes, which proved a Maiden One. Four were fentenced be tranfported for feven Years, viz. William Merritt, for Healing Iron Margaret Younger, for fealing Shirt; Thomas Holloway, for Healing Wool and Yarn j and Sarah Baylis, for H
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
By the- K. N G ? s Authority, 'This Hay is fublifaed, Prict Six pence, (EmhilHJhed •with Perfpe&we Piew of

By the- K. N G ? s Authority, 'This Hay is fublifaed, Prict Six pence, (EmhilHJhed •with Perfpe&we Piew of

tbidty Vienna r Th( long-tailed Lory i colour idpom Nature : A Mop if the PLua near •which Thurot xvat killed: And a New hong fa to Mufic) NUMBER X. of The royal magazine O Rj Gentleman’s Monthly Companion: For MARC H, 1760. Containing, among many other Particulars, $ An on the
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
London, April i. •

London, April i. •

They write from Paris of March a 1, thatthe Cham- ber of Accounts have juft regifter'd the Editt for the third Twentieth Penny; but that for eftablilhing a Tax upon the Gentry, enobled fince the Year 1715, meets with great Difficulty. r-.i J The Right Hon. the Houfe of Peers are
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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AMERICA

Bofton, fan 7. We have advice from Halifax, that on the 9th ult. the Hunter (loop of war, Capt. Bickerton, arrived therefrom New- York, with a flore ihip under her convoy ; that the Eccho frigate, Capt. Lefory, was fliort- ly to fail from thence for Cafco-bay, to take under her
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Lx trail of a Utttr from' Fort Cumbtrland, Dec. J. •* V/e have a great number of French coming in, which were formerly inhabitants of this place : fixty have aiready come in, andweexpecl i6omoiej and by the month of May next there will be i 500 men, women, and children ; they wo
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JuA Arrivted from Sold ON hy Jofcph Harrop, in tfancbe fier, trtri h Men who carry the News, A Parcel

JuA Arrivted from Sold ON hy Jofcph Harrop, in tfancbe fier, trtri h Men who carry the News, A Parcel

of Mayei/ion s TILLS ; JDSHv Called PILULE BENEDICT!. Fiic« of the large Box, containing thirty rill*. One Shilling; the •A* * * ril!*, Six-pence. A Diucitation oo the Vittues of the above Fill*., will be given gra•i», to any one who plcafes to call it. Likewise may had, Mayelfl
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
latcft roop, great 1, fair the : has and

latcft roop, great 1, fair the : has and

1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
he fold by public Roup Monday the id Day yum next, o*Clock Afternoon within the Exchange Ccjfee-Houfe of Aberdeen, HE

he fold by public Roup Monday the id Day yum next, o*Clock Afternoon within the Exchange Ccjfee-Houfe of Aberdeen, HE

Lands and EJlate of R D U THT, with the fiends, Parjonage and Vicarage and whole Pertinents thereof lying in the Parijh of Fetterejfo and County Kincardine, the yearly free Rent of which, after Deduction of the Feu-Duty payable to the Vifcount of Arhuthnot, the Superior, and of
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

FOREIG N INTELLIGENCE. This Day arrived Mail from Fl andsrs. Constantinople, (inTurkcy) Feb. 7. Things are in great Confufion here. The reigning Suhan 111 Brother who the Old Seraglio. has been whether tortunate enough the to have a Son born, though the Grand S.gruor has Done Th
7 April 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England