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HISTORY.

HISTORY.

ACcording to letters from Constantinople, of Feb. 7. by the a of France, things were then in fuch er ment at the Porte, that a revolu,lon was apprehended. has been the policy of the Turkifh empefor feveral generations, to facri- Ce the lives of their brothers to their ikfety. Mu
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
J then (he reach'd, with trembling ftep, ler aged mother's door c cry'd; and I (hall fee That angel-face no

J then (he reach'd, with trembling ftep, ler aged mother's door c cry'd; and I (hall fee That angel-face no

more! feel this breaking heart j. * eat high againft my fide '°m her white arm down funk her head; She Ihiv'ring figh'd, and dy'd. l already infcrted the hiftory of thefc Ver «. [163.] 1 THE DISPUTE. ' memory of the famous Capt. THUROT, bu- W Tled in the ijle of Man Hen fam'd he
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
That reprcfents thee drooping with the wcigl' c Of gen'rous (orrow for early fate: 'Tis then tremble to this breath,

That reprcfents thee drooping with the wcigl' c Of gen'rous (orrow for early fate: 'Tis then tremble to this breath,

And feel indeed the bhterneft of death. Could my perfuafions foften thy diflrefs. . This flatt'ring hope would make my fuff' rl,1 lefs: But 'tis in vain the fbrrows which I give, > Can I, the caufe, tho' guiltlefs caule, relieve ■ Farewell! the little reft of life on thee, And f
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
J'atuirlav Pod

J'atuirlav Pod

Arrived the Mail from Flanders. N A V I, AFFAIRS. Whitehall Evening Post, Alarch 2*. Madrid, S yet there’s no certainty of the ■Ma ch 4. dedination of our armament land or (ea. ’Tis only the vulgar who talk of an expedition in Barhary. The Corfairs of Algiers, uuis, and Tripoli,
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To COVER this SEASON,

To COVER this SEASON,

At Eyt/orJ, in Glocifttrjhirt, at 7 hrtt Guineas Mart, Half Crown the Servant, It it paid the Stable- Dat, er when the Mart ie taken away, A Brown-bay COLT, rifing five Years o'tf, and bred by Lord Chcdworth, He was got by * James Lowther’s, Son of the CMyltn Bay slrateav ; hi,
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Georgia, jy'tftriH of Augufi a,

Georgia, jy'tftriH of Augufi a,

" Perfonaiiy appeared before us, Lauchlane M'Gillivray, and Edward Barnard, Efqrs. two of his Majefty's Juftices of the Peace ior the uiftricr a- forefaid, Patrick Calhoun, who being duly fworn, faith, "That on Friday the firft of this inftanr, a- bout ten o'clock in the forenoo
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No. 4358.

No. 4358.

s U N D A Y’s POST. foreign affairs. Paris, (Franct) March is. HIS City is very (ickly, ami Ahundance People have been carried off by various DiiU ropers within few Weeks. The Duke of Burgundy is (iill in a precaiious State of Health. Wc arc amufed here with the Story of a Decla
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
7> he SOLD,

7> he SOLD,

SOLD, A Farm at Nethcrfhaw, the Harifli of Corfenfide^ in the County Noichnmherlancf, of the ye»«ly Rem of tjl. -And auothet at Rattwood bum, in the lame Parilh, called S TALP A RT S £ E L, the yearly Rent of til. Tho is the Occupation John Reed, and the lattet of ChiiAophcr Pa*
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ExtraH of a Letter from Cartel, dated the 13d ult.

ExtraH of a Letter from Cartel, dated the 13d ult.

ExtraH of a Letter from Cartel, dated the 1 3d ult. ~- We expecl; this Campaign to be the bloodieft that has been this War. On the i.th a Body of the Allies re-entered the Bifhoprick of Fulda, and advan- ced to Schlueten, where they halted ; and fince, we hear, there has been a S
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TURNPIKES. TH E Truftees for repairing the Road from Leedes to Elland, intend to meet at Mr. Cooku'r, the Old

TURNPIKES. TH E Truftees for repairing the Road from Leedes to Elland, intend to meet at Mr. Cooku'r, the Old

King's - Arms, in Leedes, on Tuejdtiy next, the %th Day of April Inflant, in order to Lett, to the Befi Bidder, the Tolls and Duties arifing out of the faid Road, WILLIAM MANN, Clerk of die faid Road. STOLEN from Mr. Francis Smith, Watch- Maker in Wal.efield, on Monday lalt, fev
1 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England