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Since our lafl arri-ved a Mail from Holland.

Since our lafl arri-ved a Mail from Holland.

From the London Gaaetsc, April i. Paderborn, March iz. WE have received an account here, bat a bo- dy ofour troops detached under General Giifoe. tooppofe the French that were in mo:ion en the fide of Fulda, had attacked the enemy, who had taken ?? of an eminence between MeubofF
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I^ um ' 59*9} Edinburgh ■> fp'ednejday, ffpr'tl 2, 1760.

I^ um ' 59*9} Edinburgh ■> fp'ednejday, ffpr'tl 2, 1760.

2 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
so X) , , . 3,1(1 Acres Land, in the of Afhhurnhatr, an.'. p, belonging to Mr. Richard ~ f,i'■

so X) , , . 3,1(1 Acres Land, in the of Afhhurnhatr, an.'. p, belonging to Mr. Richard ~ f,i'■

Occupation, (the «hole Freehold), .-re,,",, 041 young Timber the Eihte, a.,d~1-, J thtGround, very convenient for All ,-m! ''' r n • * i»- urniii m »• i r, Jor enquire the r 1 • or Mr. at Battle in the he S AVERY good accuftomed Inn. know- J NameorS'gu oftheCKl-.QUKK J in the Co
7 April 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A CURIOUS INCIDENT.

A CURIOUS INCIDENT.

Tranjlated from the Spanijb. THE connoifTeurs of this age, who pique themfelves upon their incredulity, have for fome years employed the fliafls of their ridicule upon the Norwegian bifliop Pontoppidan, for feeming to adopt, in his natural hiftory of Norway, certain extraordinar
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Where there are landed eftates, and y;here there are rank and dignity to fupport, jointures wives, and fettleinents children, are

Where there are landed eftates, and y;here there are rank and dignity to fupport, jointures wives, and fettleinents children, are

not only commendable, but alio absolutely necelFary : they are no inconveniencies to the and they are great ones to the family. But as this talk is undertaken principally for the middling ranks of people, there, 1 think, no reltraints can be wilely laid on a good hufband's ditcr
1 April 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the Wawa Itloth, sad die Paffengsrs for 400 L The Mails and ware thrown overboard. The Privatise vetog already cadged

the Wawa Itloth, sad die Paffengsrs for 400 L The Mails and ware thrown overboard. The Privatise vetog already cadged

Masud follow next. The old . are (idly look'd upon, twelve Goma/ Ade, the darliag Provisos Sags ; is great Minds. it is pasiered to and even to Em a er went lll who are are eam M Wmed Haps fay. that the Milli= coafulted a Vet Muller, long in Dif- Situation of Maim be had &mealy
1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Erdmburvldy Saturday, /Iprd %. 1760, Num. 5 '

Erdmburvldy Saturday, /Iprd %. 1760, Num. 5 '

5 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
 
Tt bt SOLD,

Tt bt SOLD,

AF hf.ehoi.t) ESTATE, call’d or known b: the N*roe \V«ft mooihoufe, lying «be Town Hoi ton hemy, in the Monk-heiledon, in the County ofDui ham, now in the Occupation ot James Cleglioin.—Fot Paniculai apply to Mt George Tiiompfon, Sundeiland, or Mi HomphK Watd, in Duiham. N. B. T
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
g.atttttrap'o 90 AC

g.atttttrap'o 90 AC

?? 90 AC Front tbt Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, ?? April 3. Tbis Day arrived the Mail ftom Flanders. Vienna, (the Capital City of Lower Auftria in Germany) March 18. ft^y^^^BE Plan of Operations for il jfcX JrA »»M However, it is certain that offenfively. Cut we
4 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England