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Extrafi of a Letter from Paris, March zB.

Extrafi of a Letter from Paris, March zB.

" Our Accounts from the Eaft-Indies advife, that M. de Moracin was gone from Pondicherry in the Harlem, with 500 Land Forces, to make an Attempt upon Mafulipatan ; which it is faid had been con- certed with fome neighbouring Nations. Fifty-fix of our Officers were killed or woun
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 2;.

LONDON, March 2;.

Letters Item Berlin fay that his Majefty would take the Field before the End o' ihis Month; that his Forces con fill i Battalions and Squadron which ate divided into three Armies, one in Silcfia ot Battalions and Squadrons, another Saxonv of Battalions and io6 Squadrons, and the
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, March 29. Whitehall, March 29. THE King has been pleated to grant unto the Right Hon. Sir Robert Henley, Knight, Keeper of the Great Seal of Great Britain, and to his Heirs Male, the Dignity of a Baron of the Kingdom of Great Britain, by the Name, Stile
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Marriage. jtfiril A Kier, Sir William Stirling of 1 Ardoch, Bt, to Mifs Chriflian Erfkine, only daughter of John Erlkine

Marriage. jtfiril A Kier, Sir William Stirling of 1 Ardoch, Bt, to Mifs Chriflian Erfkine, only daughter of John Erlkine

Carnock, Efq; Advocate. Births. 13. At London, the Countefs Oflory, wife of Richard Vernon, a daughter. 14. In Pleafants, Edinburgh, the wife Daniel Walker, a journeyman-tailor, of two boys and a all alive, and likely to do well. Deaths. March it. Guadalupe, Brig. Crump, Governo
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Oels, March 24. Few places can f more inftances of longevity than this 1 One Michael Wolfe, an inhabitant of

Oels, March 24. Few places can f more inftances of longevity than this 1 One Michael Wolfe, an inhabitant of

Ht" l 1 , . g er ", jurt now dead at the age of 3 months, leaving a aged 90 by his tb' r , and lafl marriage, who flill works as a n labourer. Another, named Michael Gola, . on the 6th of i-e'-ruary, at Pawola, a village in , lordfhip of Medzibor, aged ioy. He p"efe r . all his
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
3 for of •,., d a is tee P for N el gi Ft ign . f of tie- the

3 for of •,., d a is tee P for N el gi Ft ign . f of tie- the

pa Fete fe ort, ben ken d on t :y At- de- ion lute 01- try, et ling ace ra the Part al the . live elf Ls of out hi 'kg •or era n to fe. the Dif is - t the Dion oat of Ye grek that iipo- refs out A Ilia, were Prof- don, few • the . good :nary ngry kpit, 'a :Rot- I co by co the Le
1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From tbeEyiNiNC-Posrs, and Daily Payers, March *7. Francfort the May *e, Metrek 13, MARSHAL Duke de Broglio, upon Information that the Diipoihions of the Allies indicated i • Defign to open the Campaign betimes, has ordered the Saxon and Werlemberg Troops hold thcmfclves in Rcad
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
the Corner B*iUlitgt, Linden-, a Pared the following Medicines, viz. JACKSON’S tincture, J"y *- Th « *«»• verfal Refutation TißOote

the Corner B*iUlitgt, Linden-, a Pared the following Medicines, viz. JACKSON’S tincture, J"y *- Th « *«»• verfal Refutation TißOote

has juftl/ * «quitc4*<~J«id*hehif>py Suctdt hsstoj Z * n 4V*»**44e4 it, proves beyond Coo • ua4kftic»iV Ir- to mod efficacious ai -•» f»(c Family Med cine in the luwiag T>,;, orders n«, Rbeutnaiilm, Citavel, Stoat, Choltc. W'nd, and or the Bowela. iimpifOM, Coughs, Afthmas, and
1 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SIR Widn. even. April 16. I AM this moment returned from the playhoufe, where I have feen fuch a profanation

SIR Widn. even. April 16. I AM this moment returned from the playhoufe, where I have feen fuch a profanation

and abufe of things facred, as are a reproach to any Chriftian country. When the play was over, we were informed, that Mr Foote was 1 prologue, in which he would take o ' calion to introduce a field-oration, expected to have been entertained a declamation on (ome ludicrous and a
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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