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N u . 1228. wife prefented her with moo Rixdoliars and an Annuity t o the fame Amount. L 0

N u . 1228. wife prefented her with moo Rixdoliars and an Annuity t o the fame Amount. L 0

N D 0 N. April zz. The Magnificence of the late auguft Tribune) in Wellminfter- Hall, we imagine muft have made an Impreftion upon the Minds of the S tors, which no Ditlance o f Ti me can era f e. At the upper End f that venerable Seat of Juttice was placed a Chair of State for
29 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and fold at theii Printing-houfe in the Parliament-ciofe ;

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and fold at theii Printing-houfe in the Parliament-ciofe ;

where Advevtifimmu and Subfcriptiuns are taken in.
30 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

Fromtht E YEN I NG - PO STS, April 24. AMERICA. Charles-Town, South Carolina, Feb. 23. I $()s&s£ ETTERS are juft received from Fort Prince _0( )9( George, which are dated the 24th pail, con- -3 I» w taining the following account of the late attempt - Owww of the Indians to feize
29 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Leeoeo. April 29

Leeoeo. April 29

Laft Saturday one of the Coal-Waggons belonging to Charles Brandling, Efq; in coming down a Hill nigh Hunilet, overturn'd upon the Driver, and crufh'd him (b terribly, that he died in a few Hours after. We hear from Whitehaven, that laft Week 150 of the French Prifoners tsken in
29 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD Together or in Parcels,

To be SOLD Together or in Parcels,

AFrcchold hitatc, fituate in the feveral Parithcs of Fglwys-Fach, Llanfaint- Frail. Glen, Conway and Lla tide;llo in Rhos, in the County of Denbigh, confining of the following Tem:in-nu and Lindy, viz. A Tenement in Eglwys • Fish aforefaid, called Refry Coed, in the Holding of E
29 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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?? Lord George Sack-viliFs fpeech, in his czvn de- fence, delivered on Saturday the \<;ih March, is fl ra"t and

?? Lord George Sack-viliFs fpeech, in his czvn de- fence, delivered on Saturday the \<;ih March, is fl ra"t and

fpirittd, -wt fhall here infert it ver- batim, jrom the trial publijhed by authority. ~* AM very fenlible of this laft inft ance of his Majefiy's goodnefs towards mc, and 1 have Pj fo ftrong a feeling of the advantageous fi- tuaiion, in which I now fland, compared with that in w
30 April 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
or Orangeburg; and we learn fince, that they burnt and laid wane all before them, not leaving a tingle Houle

or Orangeburg; and we learn fince, that they burnt and laid wane all before them, not leaving a tingle Houle

in their Way ; they alto burnt all the Corn and Wheat on this Side Saluda River. In fome Places they called up the Hogs into the Houfes and burnt them alto. The Indians carried off their Wounded and Killed, except one whom we !hot dead within a few Yards of the Fort, and him fom
29 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
JAMES,

JAMES,

Son of Col Edward Wolf, and Henrietta his Wife, Was born in this Parilh, January 2, •7*7. And died in America, ► Conqueror ol Quebec. Whilft George in forrow bows his laurell'd head, And bids the artilt grace the foldier dead, We ralfe no fculptur'd trophy to thy name, Brave you
29 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, April 24.

LONDON, April 24.

Letters from Dantzick fay, that according to advices from Pt;ttrftiiirg, the political (yftem of Ruflia is Hill \ety waver- ing. Tin: Englifli mintfler. by onlcr of hi< court, intercfts hiuifelf warmly tor the King of PrulTia. He offered fomc rme ago kveral millions, on conditio
29 April 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS. Gorki-Town, Sustb-Carelhea, FeMossy 16. E are no longer in Pain about Fort Loudoun ' the Indians having made

AMERICAN NEWS. Gorki-Town, Sustb-Carelhea, FeMossy 16. E are no longer in Pain about Fort Loudoun ' the Indians having made

no Attempt 'gait& it folately as the ad Infant; and according to the lateft ' Accounts from thence, the Garrifon was healthy, and in high Spirits. and confined of do Men, all determined to fell their Lives dear whenever they are attacked, and plentifully (applied with every Nece
29 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England