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MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Whitehall Evening Post, April 22. A Paragraph from the/Hague mentions a report blit upon what foundation is not

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Whitehall Evening Post, April 22. A Paragraph from the/Hague mentions a report blit upon what foundation is not

faid, of the king of Prufiia’s having given count Daun the flip, and turned, with his army, the camp of Pirfta, - from whence he was in full march for Bohemia. 2, A large body of the allied army are adlually aflembling near Munfter, to oppofe any feparate attempt the French may
28 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
’received With *Tis laid the articles •of capitulation are the fame With thofe at Quebec, •and that the want o*f

’received With *Tis laid the articles •of capitulation are the fame With thofe at Quebec, •and that the want o*f

provifions Was the chief rtto- tive of their furrendering. 4. tty a Letter from Turin We are allured/that the Spaniih atnbafiador at that court had declared, that the king his mafter was ready to accept being mediator, in order to put flop to the prefent war ; and at the fame-de
28 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
t« members, agalnft 76. thro’ the bill for allowing further time for ihrollihg ..«?■% the wills and Seeds of papifts.

t« members, agalnft 76. thro’ the bill for allowing further time for ihrollihg ..«?■% the wills and Seeds of papifts.

Ordered to be before them, an eftlmate of the charge of cloathing ’and paying the unembodied militia, from Ladyday FOREIGN N E W.S. General Evening Post, April 19. Berlin, He king has ordered 4000 waggons, April 5. ■■ with four horfes to each, to be im • mediately got ready in t
28 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
G R A N A ANGELICA: Dr. PATRICK ANDERSON, of Edinburgh, Pbjftaan to King Charles the Firft Original PILLS (and

G R A N A ANGELICA: Dr. PATRICK ANDERSON, of Edinburgh, Pbjftaan to King Charles the Firft Original PILLS (and

v LOZENGES, tvbo/e Vtriatj auaUjes art theft, HEY perfectly cure the Cough and Cold, . |n of (be biear, Bopping and Paint is (be Breaft, Cbm Cough and Shnitncft Breath, (hay flrcogrhen the rung* and Decant) faithfully handed down 10, and prepared s»m*,i and S,n, fo d Wholdale an
22 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
faeyiat and bringing «u,y Wtnmi of all Kind*, bear the lodica of Hen, Womi aad Children, hot they alfo paf»

faeyiat and bringing «u,y Wtnmi of all Kind*, bear the lodica of Hen, Womi aad Children, hot they alfo paf»

through Ike Inal left Ptflagcs the Sony, aid thoft top* i»d D Hutnouti, which the Seed of thole devouring Vermin.- Theit Opetitioo it a way. gentle, mild, and p raUni, and it the vote beft Puige that c»ei wa» fold, tot thole who arc to breed Worms for (bey wondtrfally clcanfe th
22 April 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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LONDON.

LONDON.

of a letter from the Hague, April 8. " King Stanislaus having wrote a letter to the King of Great-Britain, making him an offer ofthe city of Nancy to hold the congrefs in, his Bri'ran- nick Majefty returned him an anfwer to the follow- ing effect : ' I have a due fenfe ot your M
23 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Eidtnburghi H'ednefdar-, April 13, 1760. fNiirri. kct/S]

Eidtnburghi H'ednefdar-, April 13, 1760. fNiirri. kct/S]

23 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh-* Saturday , rlprd ?.6 y 1760 Num. J979J

Edinburgh-* Saturday , rlprd ?.6 y 1760 Num. J979J

26 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Ninety fix, March 6. On Monday morning rhe 3d, upwards oi 300 Cherokees .appeared in fight of tin's tort, about ico of them marched oft towards the fettlements, the reft run up within 60 yards of the ftockade, and began an attack upon us, which they continued for near 36 hours,
26 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tranflation of a letter from Prince Ferdinand of.Brunfzvick.

Tranflation of a letter from Prince Ferdinand of.Brunfzvick.

Tranflation of a letter from Prince Ferdinand of Brunfzvick. "Mcft £ a cred! " r j-iHE enemy having called in all their finall X detacbments, this difcovery engaged me to give the army, at five o'clock in the afternoon, j orders to hold themfelves in readinefs to march ac one o'c
28 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland