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chafed five Rendrad Yards of Ribbod for Cockades. Nude- , Gazette Tuefday being the Daj a ag e o r

chafed five Rendrad Yards of Ribbod for Cockades. Nude- , Gazette Tuefday being the Daj a ag e o r

inted for a farther Exasenation of Sarah Paul. who in married Mary Palau, by the Name of Samuel %Way, before Juftice Clark, at Leman s Pond, Southwark, the fame was poftpon'd for fear of a Riot and Difturbance, to the Difappointment of fevaal hundred Spectators, who *ambled to h
1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DC)- MAJ E Y's LtHrri P.,lent, K. male which is a C ! Pr from the m powerful and effi

DC)- MAJ E Y's LtHrri P.,lent, K. male which is a C ! Pr from the m powerful and effi

Partial and is perhaps, great a and tre Medicine can produce, Elixir is lor cute many which the x all Ages and Conrtiiutl-: are liable to, they cau'ioufly dilrepard,or thereby t £.ood ts bbed rounfting P<iriclcs, the -hole fyltem weakened relaxed, dilhmpers arc and thole attende
7 April 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Czvr this At in the County At On - Guinea a Marc, and Half Servant, A Beautiful high bred Black

Czvr this At in the County At On - Guinea a Marc, and Half Servant, A Beautiful high bred Black

F fifteen Hands and Inch hiffh, Mafter of any rerfon ble Weight, Rot by Capt.m Appleyard Fav out < full Partner Mare, «nd bred tie late Mr. Crofts, of j his are we'i known, that he needs further )ii G.>od Grafs for Marcs, and proper Attendance. UK A R NOUGHT Seafon, at the Doc,
7 April 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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
 
Thursday Night's POST.

Thursday Night's POST.

t^ dniiti Two MAILS from Holland, and Out from Flandzrs. from tbt LONDON GAZETTE, March 25. Rome, in Italy, March 8. fIMpaJL Few days'ago M. Carali, the Trcafurer 42 %t General, with MefT. Forti and Rubini, at- sF » V tended by four Architefts and Engineers, it ?? out * TOm nenc
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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H U L L, March 50.

H U L L, March 50.

Imports. Menha/itt Adventure, Robert Taylor 5 Hoop, l.cur Danker, aud Cafpurus, P. Riejboll, from Hunibro", with Yam, Brandy, Sla-ves, dtc. Lady Ann, Ralph Bird, from Bremen, with Clapboard, 'I . n:, &c. Loretta, Jam< s Purvis, from Malaga, with Wine, Oil, fifr. Anna, Jacobus Gr
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. March 2;. Arrived the Muitfron Holland and Flanders. Rome, (in Italy) M irth 8. A Few ago M. Carali, the Trcafurcr General, with Mi-fi. Forti and Robini, attended by four Archiw£ls anT Engineers, let out fiom hence for f'iumicino, to examine that Harbour
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Captures, &c. by British men of war, &c.

Captures, &c. by British men of war, &c.

Frtm the London Gazette. BY the Repulfe: The Chevalier Barro, of Bayonne, of 20guns, and men; taken March the Lynn: The Providence of St Malo, of guns and 32 men; taken in the channel A« pril 1. By the Rochefter: A lchooner privateer, 4 guns and 6 fwivels, and 8 men; taken off P
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(he can be ever miftrefs of any happinefs but from the good-will ofher hufband ; as no good hufband can

(he can be ever miftrefs of any happinefs but from the good-will ofher hufband ; as no good hufband can

he happy whofe will is not obeyed. It is their common agreement that mud conllitute their felicity and no agreement can be fupported with a violation of the rights of one party. When the meafurement of purfes, pri* vileges, or conveniences, takes the place of that of afFediion,
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[ To the Freeholders of the County cf Mid-Lothian.

[ To the Freeholders of the County cf Mid-Lothian.

AS it is imagined, there-is fomc likelihbod that there may be foon a vacancy of the feat in Par- liament, for the county of Mid Lothian; it is in- treated, in the name of feveral Freeholders, that gentlemen will not be rafts in engaging their Votes; becaufe it is believed there
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland