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©outran PD9C

From tie Whitehall, General, and rtfor Evening Papers, Qpc. April 5. Tefietday arrived the Mail from Holland, and this Day tne from Flanders. Petersbourg, (Ruffia) March 4, OUR Military Preparations are carrying on with extraordinary Vigour. Great Numbers of Re- cruits daily arr
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, April 7. Prague, ( tbt Capital City of Bohemia in Germany ) March li . ALL goes well in Saxony. The Enemy have quitted Gorlitz, and feem difpofed to abandon MeifTen. Provifions abound at Drefden, whither Boats are continually bringing Grain and Fo
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 29

LONDON, March 29

Great expedition is making at Plymouth for the failing of the fleet, two Admirals being there to fee it forwarded. Yeflerday the Lords of Appeal fat at the Cockpit, White- hall, and condemned the cargo of the J u (trow Titia : The St. Joachim and St. Jofeph, two Dutch fhips, wer
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The history of a dissocation of the thigh. By J. Norman, Surgeon to the Bristol in-Firmary.

The history of a dissocation of the thigh. By J. Norman, Surgeon to the Bristol in-Firmary.

The history of a dissocation of the thigh. By J. Norman, Surgeon to the Bristol in- Firmary. IT was not till the latter end of the fixteenth century that furgfeons began to find out, that the thigh-bone was much more liable to be broken its neck, than to be forced out of joint by
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OF MODERN MARRIAGE ' THE ftipulations for rights to v in marriage-contracts, and ve,J verbal agreements of like kind, in

OF MODERN MARRIAGE ' THE ftipulations for rights to v in marriage-contracts, and ve,J verbal agreements of like kind, in

their very natures, and muft be, ftruCtive of matrimonial concord. Men, who are born for governmO I '' have their minds formed educati' 1 ' 1 for that purpofe. Reafon is to guide of all their aCtions. They are love from approbation, to protect honour, and to iudulge from fity ;
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ble * educated, for humaric[ Ur P°^ es * They require protection, c<s, l^ere f°' - have not the right

ble * educated, for humaric[ Ur P°^ es * They require protection, c<s, l^ere f°' - have not the right

of Port' 1140 ''* The r are n want U e j-' anc therefore reasonably owe o* 'ence to thofe who furnifh them with leans r it. They are in no perth an er from mifmanagement, and fro re ou fiht to be liable to reftraints P^ef 1 who rifk it. Thefe are the tl( tr! P t '°ns of nature,
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CELIA to DAMON. EP.E thefe fid lines my laft adieus commend To the hufband, molt indulgent friend, Thofe tender names

CELIA to DAMON. EP.E thefe fid lines my laft adieus commend To the hufband, molt indulgent friend, Thofe tender names

muft lofe their wonted pow'r, Mad warm and fwelJ the writer's heart no more. Yet a few hours and I (hall ceafe to mourn Thy ceafe figh for thy return ; And wifh thee, while I joy own thee brave, To honour left, and more to love the Have: Approaching death thy late return denies,
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

A Irtter frcm Paris in the Amfterdam Gazette gives the follozving account of Monf. Thurot: - The lofs of Capt. Thurot affiifts us greatly; thofe who knew him, particularly, gave a pro- digious character of him, and fay. that had he lived a few rears longer, he would have equalle
2 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To be So/d, together or feparate.

To be So/d, together or feparate.

be So/d, together or feparate. SI X Freehold Cottages or Tenements, all adjoining, and fituate in the Ncw-ftreet in Chipping- Norton, in the County of Oxford ; with convenient Oot- Buildings thereunto belonging. For further Particulars enquire of Mr. John Roufe, Brazier, of Chipp
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England