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By the EDINBURGH COMEDIANS.

By the EDINBURGH COMEDIANS.

At the N-kw Theatke, Haldgatih ftiert, This Evenidg,. t>ein(< Saturday uplift *, will pertoim’dt A O N R T of M U S K. Pitas. Gallery is.— -Tickets be hud the Half Moon., After which will be ptefenied, (gratis) TRAGEDY, call’d, ROMEO and JULIET. (Written by Shakisphar.) And on M
2 August 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EPIGRAM. On a bitter-bad, ???

EPIGRAM. On a bitter-bad, ???

IN hid'ry we find, you the rale That Thches was wall'd round Amphion; Were the flones, bricks, and (l hcufes , 1,1 At Cl tlfca, tndi-w'd '<- f ' J*l r?j;'d from the fidling r l—d i'-.' u /.i d leave all—as i> CCount the remarkable alteration of ° Ur in negro woman. In a letter t
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
■fpeedy, the fafcty and profperity of Great Britain upon a folid and an honourable peace. 'rhcfe vague, and for any

■fpeedy, the fafcty and profperity of Great Britain upon a folid and an honourable peace. 'rhcfe vague, and for any

thing know, ground - lefs notions, have a very bad effect upon our affairs at ;iuine, excite jealoufics and fears, that the cxpence this war has coft us, and which is full amazing and aimoft miraculous fuccefles with which divine providence has bleffe. our arms in all q'uar.rfs
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Monday Night's POST.

Monday Night's POST.

?? the MAILS from Holland and Flanders. From lit LONDON GAZETTE, Aug. z. Prince Ferdinand's Head Quarters at Sacbfenhaufen, July x\. M*^fa_pAC » E following is the Lilt ofthe Killed, Wounded, 2g» <jt Prifoners, and Miffing, after the Action near Cor- JJ T » bach, July ». ? Mnaj)
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
An abstract of the state of the National Debt. [xxi. 580.]

An abstract of the state of the National Debt. [xxi. 580.]

of the national debt, Jan. it. ■ 82,77^*586 Paid off in exchequer annuities for two and three lives fallen in 0 by deaths - 1,000 82,77f,j86 Borrowed in 3 cent, annuities, charged on the additional 0 0 fu'ofidy on poundage, ire. by aft 32" Geo. 11. 1 6,600,000 0 —at ditto addSt
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Some account of the life of the Rev. Mr James Hervey, author of the Meditation, &c.

Some account of the life of the Rev. Mr James Hervey, author of the Meditation, &c.

Some account of the life the Rev. Mr James Hervey, author of the Meditatio n, &c. "]\/TR James Hervey was bom on Friday, Feb. 26. 1713-14, at Hardingitone, a village about miie diftant from Northampton, his father being then minifler of Collingtree, neighbouring par Hi. His m oth
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
rived at Portfrtiouth from Jamaica, With fourlhips under convoy from that place. Extrafi of a letter from Portfmoutb, July 2a.

rived at Portfrtiouth from Jamaica, With fourlhips under convoy from that place. Extrafi of a letter from Portfmoutb, July 2a.

io Monday afternoon a cutter arrived in this port from Havre de grace. Which brings an account that admiral Rodney has burnt five flat-bottomed boats laden with timber and ftores, bound from Havre for Breft, and that there arV above 50 more loaded ready to put to fea. In all pro
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
and fold by James Chalmers. t Price Two Pence Half Penny.

and fold by James Chalmers. t Price Two Pence Half Penny.

4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE.DERBT MERCURY.

THE.DERBT MERCURY.

THE DERBT MERCURY. Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at $s. 6d* each, and continued Weekly at js. and larger ones in Proportion. From FRIDAY Auguft i, to FKIDAY Auguft 8. 1760. [Price Two-pence HalUtrwy.] Volume JtXIX. Number 2s.
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N,* Auguft i. %

L 0 N D 0 N,* Auguft i. %

Yefterday. a confiderable Number of Bales of Bed- ding and Cloathing Vbre fhipped at che Tower for his Majefty's Forces at Quebec. The fame Day a large Quantity of Straw was Ihipped at the Tower for the Ufe of the Cavalry deftined for Germany. The Tranfports, with all the Guards
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England