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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

From tke Ssu-ib Carolina Gazette, Feb. 15. THE „r_ attempt of the Cherokee*;, fince the late treaty of peace made with them, was to furprize Fort Piince George •, but by the vigilance and good conciucb of Lieutenant Coytmore, their deligns were hap- pily fruftrated. The barrages
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRY.NEWS.

COUNTRY.NEWS.

Gloctfier, April 4. On Wednefday lad ended our Affixes, which proved a Maiden One. Four were fentenced be tranfported for feven Years, viz. William Merritt, for Healing Iron Margaret Younger, for fealing Shirt; Thomas Holloway, for Healing Wool and Yarn j and Sarah Baylis, for H
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
By the- K. N G ? s Authority, 'This Hay is fublifaed, Prict Six pence, (EmhilHJhed •with Perfpe&we Piew of

By the- K. N G ? s Authority, 'This Hay is fublifaed, Prict Six pence, (EmhilHJhed •with Perfpe&we Piew of

tbidty Vienna r Th( long-tailed Lory i colour idpom Nature : A Mop if the PLua near •which Thurot xvat killed: And a New hong fa to Mufic) NUMBER X. of The royal magazine O Rj Gentleman’s Monthly Companion: For MARC H, 1760. Containing, among many other Particulars, $ An on the
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Allies.

Allies.

ioo.ooo Englifh, Hanoverian*, Prullians, HeQlan*, and Brunfwick Forces, under Prince Ferdinand BrunfWick. 70,0'c0 under the Command of the King of Proflia. 40.000 under Prince-Henry of Pruflia. 35.000 under General Fouquet. 16.000 under General Mantcuffel. 26i,0c0 Men. Of thi Ao
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt COVER thii Season

Tt COVER thii Season

George 'cuifield’i at Sherinton-grainge, four Mile* Weft from Hartlepool i at One Guinea a Mare, aud Half a Crown the Servant: The Money to be paid the Stable THE famous hh»h bred Horse, DUNKIRK: He»« got br Kegutati his Osin, by Koiin<flie«di hi* Giandam, Alnunray ■, his Great
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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Note, The marhJ tint § err Origtnab,

Note, The marhJ tint § err Origtnab,

Note, The marhJ tint err Origtnab, London! Printed for J, Coon, at the King’s-Arms in Pater-noiler- ; and may be had R. Bond in the Wdlgalc-Breet, Clocefter, or the Men who carry this Paper. Of whom nay had, puhlijhtd at the fame Time t NUMBER 111. of The MUSICAL MAGAZINE; Conlll
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tt COVER this Season,

Tt COVER this Season,

At Tanfield, in the County of Dutharo, fix Miles ftom Mewcaftle upon Tyne, and the fame Diftance fiom Cheftei-le ftteet i Thtee Guineas a Mare, and Half Ctown to the Servant: The .Money to be paid at the Time of Coveting, or when the Mate* are away« TA, LE T, beautiful (irey Ara
5 April 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, April j.

LONDON, April j.

The Supplement to the BruJfeU Gazt/u, dated March 28, Concludes thus : Thislnftant, by the Liege I oft, ar* rives an Account of a great Action in Saxouy ; but as it * is vague, and it is not from Liege that the firft Intelligence * of it mould come, we fay Nothing of it.’ hear f
5 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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
 
Extract of „ letter from Tort Cumberland, Dec. 7.

Extract of „ letter from Tort Cumberland, Dec. 7.

?? We have a gre.st number of French coming sn, which were formerly inhabitants of this place; fixty have already come in. and in a month we expect too morej and oy she month of May next there will be 1500 men, women, and children; they would have come iri this winter, but tiic
5 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland