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fit htifi till Opportunity rtlurning Thanks to thtfc nvho fauourni him nuith Employment lajl Year, nubile he laboured under /enteral

fit htifi till Opportunity rtlurning Thanks to thtfc nvho fauourni him nuith Employment lajl Year, nubile he laboured under /enteral

Di/aduantages, nuhich tho’ ml in hit Eonver to pre vent, nuns fenjihly affettej nuith, they might douhthji oeca/lon feme Complaint! nuith hit Performances ; hut as theje Di/advantages are happily removed, and proper Hands and Uten/ih provided, he hopes to Jerve his Employers ent
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
D ERST MERCURY.

D ERST MERCURY.

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at 3 s. 6d. each, and continued Weekly at 3 s. and larger ones in Proportion. From FRIDAY April 4, to FRIDAY April 11. 1760. [Price Two-pence Half-penny.') NUMBU 4. Volume XXIX.
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

ExtraS of a Letter frcm -Halifax in Nova Scotia, dated February it, 1760. -- In my laft I wrote to you that five Indians of the Mickmacks came in here to fue for Peace, and were fent back by the Governor with fome Propofals, but they have not returned according to their Promife,
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
C OU NT R T NEWS.

C OU NT R T NEWS.

Portfmouth, April j. -The Devon (hire, Capt. Darby, the Swiftfure, Sir Thomas Stanhope, the Montagu, Capt. Rowley, and Rochefter, Capt. Burnet, are ordered to America. All the Men of War of 70, 80, and 90 Guns, are ordered to be got ready for Sea with all Expedition. The Neptune
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
isy tv afnu'js autwtp, For the Improvement of Geography, Astronomy* and Navigation, This Day is publijbed, neatly printed in %vo_

isy tv afnu'js autwtp, For the Improvement of Geography, Astronomy* and Navigation, This Day is publijbed, neatly printed in %vo_

(Price bound, Four Shillings) The Description and Us£ of the Universal Planispheres; Or, Terreftrial and Celeftial GLOBES in Piano. Being Compleat Subftitutes for a large Pair of GLOBES. With their Applications, in the Solutions of all the Capital Pro- blems in Geography, Afiron
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, April 7.

LONDON, April 7.

The Landgrave of HefTe-CafTel is going to adopt, throughout his Dominions, the Pruffian Form of Go- vernment, both Civil and Military, and has actually began the latter. In the BrufTels Gazette we find a Letter from the King of Pruffia to Gen. Baudemer, which is faid to have bee
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A COCK MATCH WILL be Fought at Mr James Kemp's, at the Red Lion at Benson, on Monday the 14th

A COCK MATCH WILL be Fought at Mr James Kemp's, at the Red Lion at Benson, on Monday the 14th

A COCK MATCH ILL be Fought at Mr James Kemp's^ at the Red Lion at Penf'.n, on Monday the 14th of this Inftant April, between the Gentlemen of Oxford,/ ire and the Gentlemen of Berks', to Twenty-five Cocks on each Side, for Two Guineas a Battle, and Ten the odd Battic; to to Pitt
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LON D O N

LON D O N

Extraft of a letter, dated Dunkirk, March \z, 1760, jrom Mark Thomfon Fofgrave, iate a feaman belonging to the R.folitlian victualler, ffohn Hall, Majicr, which drwe from under the North Foreland, on the i%th day of Fe- bruary laft. "There were twenty three of us en board (in- c
2 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Occasioned tht death of Gen. Wolfe. BLefs'd Liberty I how ablolute thy ! How ftrong thine arm in the decilive

Occasioned tht death of Gen. Wolfe. BLefs'd Liberty I how ablolute thy ! How ftrong thine arm in the decilive

hour! No toils can hold the foul thee infpir'd, No dangers damp the bofom thou haft fir'd. Love, Pleafure, Riches, all the flaw'ry train, That charm the weak, or captivate the vain, Britain's glory envious, fpread their lure, Bid Wolfe, Be cautious—Live at home lieu re ;" Bid hi
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland