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Extract of a Utter fro::, j a.n.tic a, Fib. i 6.

Extract of a Utter fro::, j a.n.tic a, Fib. i 6.

Extract of a Utter fro::, j a. n. tic a, Fib. i 6. <4 ' His Majefiy's fhip the Marlborough is expected to fail ioon from Jam iica. " The Ham; -Afire man of war has brought in two French floops and a Dutchman, all taken to the foutbward of Hifpaniola, loa led with dry goods. The D
16 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extracl of a letter from Plymouth.

Extracl of a letter from Plymouth.

A duel has beenfougbi by a Captain in the land and a Lieinenaur in the fea-fervice , occafioncd by a converfarion about the fentence to bs pafled on a certain late General. They bo h agreed, in opinion, as to bis deferts : The Captiin averred he was too great and too noble so be
21 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Of modern marriages.

Of modern marriages.

rKE ftipulations for rights to wives in marriage-contracts and even verbal agreements of a like kind, arc in their very natures, and muft be deftructive of matrimonial cosi- cord. Men, who are born for government, have their minds formed by education for that pupofe. Re.v fon is
16 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ro the P U B I C K. THE Proprietors of the ILLUSTRATION of the HOLY BIBLE, Notes and Explications

ro the P U B I C K. THE Proprietors of the ILLUSTRATION of the HOLY BIBLE, Notes and Explications

on the OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, the Kino’* Royal Autho»it y, give this Notice, That they have now fini/hed the Old Part j and all who have not compleated it are defied to do it immediately, otherwife they may not able to it, as many of the Numbers ate nearly out of Print, Thtre it
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
DERB T MERCURY.

DERB T MERCURY.

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at j s. 61 each, and continued Weekly at 3s. arid larger ones in Proportion. From FRIDAY April 18. to FRIDAY April 25. 1760. [Price |U^w» Half-fenny.] Volume XXJX. Number 6.
18 April 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Extras of a ?? from Port/mouth, April 6. « We hear Admiral Saunders is coming here to hoift his flagon board the Neptune, and to proceed to fea with 14 fhipsof the line. «j-.»# «' At Spithead Admiral Holburne, with fleven fhips ot War. 1 ' Letter from Penzance, April J. «« This
15 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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By the KING 's Authority. This Day is Psiblifted, Price Six Pence, (Embellifhed with three cutioui Copper-Plates, viz. A Reprefentalion of the Execution of Lord Ferrcri, drawn and engraved by the ingenious Mr. Walter; a Figure of Lord Fsrrers. drawn after his Execution; and a Pl
15 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
'From the London Papers, April 15

'From the London Papers, April 15

'From the London Papers, April 1 5 Hague, April z. At the time that we were im- patiently expecting to hear what effect the offer made by the States-General of the town of Breda for holding a congrefs might have on the bellige- rent powers, we received the news, that a crown- ed
21 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N B U R G 1-L

E D I N B U R G 1-L

Extrail of a Utter from London, April 10. It is faid, that a certain R : j4ht lion. Personage has deiired admittance at St. James's, in behali of an unhappy delinquent -, but received for anfwer, that tho' no o'her perfon cau be more acceptable on other occafions, yet, on that,
16 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO COVER this SEASON, Bourton on the Hill, the WotceAer Road, near Camden, the brown bay Horfe - DIMPLE. He

TO COVER this SEASON, Bourton on the Hill, the WotceAer Road, near Camden, the brown bay Horfe - DIMPLE. He

is free from Blemiih, and is full 15 Hands three Inches hifh, reniarkably fttonj and line Ihaped, and will ferve Marcs this Scafun at Three Guineas Leap and Trial, and Three Shillings the Servant; the Money to tc paid at the Stable Door, or before the Mares are taken ■way. Enqui
19 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England