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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
 
E n f N BURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and fold at thei* Printing-houfe

E n f N BURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and fold at thei* Printing-houfe

in the Parliament-clofe; where Advcrfijbnents and Subfcriptions are taken in.
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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D URHAM TURNPIKE.

D URHAM TURNPIKE.

Thi» i» to give Muiick, THAT the next Meeting of the CokTMissiomers is app6iiiied to be held at ibe Honfe Mi Courtlier, i* Cheftei, oa Monday the rerenth Day of April next, Butesicla lelating the Road. TURNPIKE ROAD from Burroosh aatoeE throngli Daali oh the City of h «m. THE ne
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, March 27.

LONDON, March 27.

According to Letters from the Head-Quarters Prince perdinand of firunfwick at Paderborn, dated the 19th In'lar.r, the Hanoverian, Hefiian, Brunfwick, &c. Regiments, arc all complear, and the Allies being augmented by Icvcral -w tailed Regiments of Horfc and Foot, arc now only wa
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
An abstract of the TRIAL of Lord George Sackville.

An abstract of the TRIAL of Lord George Sackville.

abstract of the TRIAL of Lord George Sackville. Warrant was iffued by the King, dated Jan. 26. for holding a general court-martial for this trial; and 'he court met at the Horfe-guards Feb. '9* Lt-Gen. Richard Onflow was prefident. The court opened with an obje&ion by Lord George
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
What happy hours of home-felt blifs Did love on both bellow! But blifs too mighty long to laff, Where Fortune

What happy hours of home-felt blifs Did love on both bellow! But blifs too mighty long to laff, Where Fortune

proves a foe. Hisfifler, who, like Knvy form'd, Like her in mifchief joy'd, To work them harm, with wicked fkill, Each daiker art cmploy'd. The father too, a fordid man, Who love nor pity knew, Was all unfeeling, the clod, From whence his riches grew. Long had he feen their fecr
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRT NEWS.

COUNTRT NEWS.

Extract of a Letter from Portfmouth, April 6. •- His Majefty's Ships Union, Valiant, Magna- ninie, and Mars, are expefted daily out of the Har- bour, -- His Majefty's Ship Neptune, which was to have failed from Spithead for the Day, is, we hear, coun- termanded. " We hear, Admir
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England