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ver, lam afraid this clrcumftance, together with the barbarities lately committed by the Spaniards Carpenter’s river, will make our flaying

ver, lam afraid this clrcumftance, together with the barbarities lately committed by the Spaniards Carpenter’s river, will make our flaying

in this melancholy place vt precarious. 3. The Fremh court is reduced to keep up the fpirits of their people, fmce their two grand Iqua•irons have been defeated and deftroyed, telling them now, that [Tivate armaments willbeflill vaftly pcrjudicial and terrible us; which is juft
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CO N D 0 N, March 29.

CO N D 0 N, March 29.

CO N D 0 N, March 2 9. negle gab.. fee:, We are told from Paris. that that City only, brit% the Months of November and December, had fent 2317:4 Marks of Silver Plate to the Mint. The Value they fet on it is from 56 Livres to 54. Livra 4 fob per Mark. All the Cavalry that are to
1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, March 29.

LONDON, March 29.

Tbefolhtv'rg Lifts of Atnifs ~rt :nG<>»i> r». ALLIES 100,000 F.ngliffi, Hanoverians, f* ruffians, [Lilians, and Erinfwitk Force*, under Pr. Ferdinand Brurf wick. 70,000 uoler the Command of ihc K,. of Prt.iS*. 40.000 under Prince Henry Pruffia. 35,000 under Gen! Fouqufb, 16,000
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tuefday a Party of Dragoons march'd over London Bridge for Gravefend, to embark for Germany. The Britifh Cavalry when together,

Tuefday a Party of Dragoons march'd over London Bridge for Gravefend, to embark for Germany. The Britifh Cavalry when together,

will confift of three Re- giments of Horfe, and nine of Dragoons j all efteemed as fine Troops as any in the Field. By Letters from Perth in Scotland, dated the 24th ult. we hear, that on that Day a Draught was made often Men out of each Company in his Majefty *s 64th Regiment o
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
,Ftomtbe LONDON GAZETTE, Aprils

,Ftomtbe LONDON GAZETTE, Aprils

Magdebourg, March aj. LETTERS from Silefia bring the following Ac- count of what has palled lately in thofe Parts, lieut. Gen. Baron Goltze having received Intelli- gence of General Laudohn's aflembling his Troops, end of the Enemy's Cavalry and Infantry having moved from behind
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, April 8.

LONDON, April 8.

The French King%s conferred the Order of Mili- tary Merit on Colonel Fifcher, who has pal Ted through Cologn on his Return to the Army from Paris. There is nothing yet made publick in regard to the Opinion of the Court-Martial. A Letter from an Officer in Germany, dated Qua- ken
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The IDIER,1DlER, No 104. April 5, [xx. 189.] Premiere ad louge jessie stadia ultimo war Juv.

The IDIER,1DlER, No 104. April 5, [xx. 189.] Premiere ad louge jessie stadia ultimo war Juv.

The IDIER,1 Dl ER, N o 104. April 5, [xx. 189.] Premiere ad louge jessie stadia ultimo war Juv. of the pain and pleafure y niankind arifes from the conjec- which every one makes of the Mi' ot^ers :we a en j°y praife We not hear, and refent con- l '° not fee. The Idfuffer n 7 ther
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
D N and EMMA. [This poem was publifhed feparately, with the following advertifement fubjoined. " As the profits, any, that

D N and EMMA. [This poem was publifhed feparately, with the following advertifement fubjoined. " As the profits, any, that

may arife from the (ale of this little poem, are intended for a charitable ufe ; it is hoped that the writers and compilers of our periodical papers will not reprint it in any of their collections. But they are, at the fame lime, left at full liberty to fpeak of it, either with
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
their lordfliips were pica fa! to determine in favours of the rtfpondents, and to affirm the decree of the court

their lordfliips were pica fa! to determine in favours of the rtfpondents, and to affirm the decree of the court

of ft-ffion. That day the commons agreed to the report of their committee on the diftillcry bill. fter the report was read and agreed to, a motion was made that the bill be re-committed, which carried in the negative 58 againft \2. I hen another motion was made that claufe be ad
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland