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AMERICAN N EIFSr

AMERICAN N EIFSr

Jamaica* May 8. The Rebellion amongft the Ne- groes has been of bad Confluence to the whole liland. Their Plot was deep and cruel. Their Defign was to rife at Kingfton and Spanilh Town, in one Night ; to have fet Fire to thefe Towns in leveral Places at once, and to murder every
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBT: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Sanders, in

DERBT: Printed and fold by S. DREWRY: Sold alfo by Mr. Roe, Mr. Trimer, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Sanders, in

Derby. LIKEWISE By Mrs. COLE in fVirkfworth, and at Mr. B. ASTLE, in Burton upon Trent. Mr. MARTIN, Bookfeller in Afhby-dc-la-Zouch. Mr. Taylor's- Shop in IVinJler every Saturday. Mr. R. SMITH, and Mrs. ROE in AJbborm. Mr. JOHN SALT, Ifirkfworth-Poft, Mrs. SLATER, in Cbejlerjiel
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

() N ; j ] , ,j. ; ; m ™ JC . n hMe T-nt new ' ; v > priscipoily iiiiift upon three M ; ':^ bciii inJi'pe.ifdbly c. ! ! v l ' Cine/Alices and Dif* •• -:iv, v by iiicui;.. bei Ui (-j ;v V*' wn has Supplies, the t, '' place they c. ''I Var:et y Taxes, raifcd rt^'- ■'• snc the woul
4 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SIR, London, Sept. 2- THere has been no chirurgical imp r in drefling the wounds made 1,1 fmce Celfus wrote,

SIR, London, Sept. 2- THere has been no chirurgical imp r in drefling the wounds made 1,1 fmce Celfus wrote,

which is more hundred years. elegantly defcribes thod cupping, cauteriling, and rt lalt into the wound, then lC prevent an abfbrption of the poifonous f' ll ' principal defign of writing was, what that learned author farther which I have never heard has been r / any modern, viz.
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Horace, look i. ode iy. imitated. AS Lewis flumber'd o'er the plans Of fraud built forts and ftol'ri domains, Sudden

Horace, look i. ode iy. imitated. AS Lewis flumber'd o'er the plans Of fraud built forts and ftol'ri domains, Sudden

thunders crafli'd, Earth (hook, winds whittled, lightning flafli'd. Emerging (lowly from the fi >or, The maid, whole ami in days yore Snatch'd Fiance from ruin, ftood conf'efs'd, And thus th'aftoni(h'd King addrcls'd. Thy har.d, O Prince, in hour malign, Rapacious fciz'd what is
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
All-righteous Jove, in pity, faid, Thy wrong I'jJ foon red refs; Henceforth be thine each bonny lad, And his each

All-righteous Jove, in pity, faid, Thy wrong I'jJ foon red refs; Henceforth be thine each bonny lad, And his each

ugly lafs. fought but one, thus decreed, And lo how wondrous kind! For now, fome how, train exceed One half human kind. The Parliament of Beasts- A FABLE. SOmewhere one of Afric's plains, hey fay a certain lion reigns, Who, a Union fcnt for all The beads into his royal hall. The
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO •BE LETT, And entered immediately. Goo 1 Dwelling-Houfe at Letcomb Regis, ne*r Wantage, in the Coonty Berks, with Woodhoule.

TO •BE LETT, And entered immediately. Goo 1 Dwelling-Houfe at Letcomb Regis, ne*r Wantage, in the Coonty Berks, with Woodhoule.

Garden, Orchard, and Clofe Patture Ground of about an Acre thereto adjoining j and a Conv< nicnt Cyder Houfe and Vao!t capable of holding near 40 Pipes, very good Cyder Mill, and all other Converienciei for making Cyder ; and alfo a Cooper'* Shop near the faid Dwelling- Houfe. T
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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