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and ended a total defeat that Six tire battalions, wit, two of Bavanaj three of halt, one of Turpin, great

and ended a total defeat that Six tire battalions, wit, two of Bavanaj three of halt, one of Turpin, great

rtanlber of volunteers, their whole camp, tents, baggage, and colours hive been taken, M. de Glaubitz, and pfince Frederick of An*, halt Cothen, are among the prifoners. The Englith did wonders. Colonel and Tvl. Dercnthal, aid de camp, to prince Ferdinand, are flightly wounded.”
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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5 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Marriages. T Edinburgh, Walter Macfarlane of Macfarlane, E/q; to Lady 'f k 'je, eldefl daughter of Alexander Eatl he, 1

Marriages. T Edinburgh, Walter Macfarlane of Macfarlane, E/q; to Lady 'f k 'je, eldefl daughter of Alexander Eatl he, 1

'• George Yule of Darleith, to Mifi | Murdoch, daughter to George Murdoch, j te provoft of Glafgow. Edward Marjoribanks, Efq; a 'd ■ i > Stewart, only daughter of Archiof Buckingham flreet, Yoik
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(irhne'fii Hi? cf Untfk'mY.

(irhne'fii Hi? cf Untfk'mY.

zt fuly. Inthe harbour of Stromnefs, the St- Michael, Maclean, Loin New- York, for Amfter- dam ; the Kiruan, . Hendry, from Virginia, for Lciih ; the Janet, Denholm, from Whitheaven. for ditto ; the Eilifon and Hannah, Wallace, from Invernefs, for Fort William ; the Nelly of and
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RLD's j EW EL:

RLD's j EW EL:

a little their Villages were agreeably fituated. their Houfes aeatiy built and weli provided, for there were the greateft Abundance of every Thing-: They muff be pretty numerous. Edatoe and Sugar-Town confined at lead of 'Hoofer, and every other 'Village at leall too. Atter kill
5 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Trom the London Papers, Aug. 1.

Trom the London Papers, Aug. 1.

Madrid, July S. The .d inftant the Lord Marifchal of Scotland had his audience of leave of the King, and preiented the letters of recal, which bis mailer, the King of Pruffia bad lent him for that purpofe. Arensberg, July :•.•_. The communication be- tween Lipftadt and the allie
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extracl of a Letter from Toulon, July «■». ?? Several Englifh fbips have been feen from hence for fome days. On tbe sth they took one of our fifhing veil'els, but paid for the fifh, and releafed the viiTc-i, after getting what they could out of the mafter relating to M. de Reche
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Pare ofa lerter from the Hague, fuly jc.

Pare ofa lerter from the Hague, fuly jc.

" The French having, as is pub'ick'y known, feized a Dutch veiiel on the coaft oi Coromandel, having on boaid, among other things, :\ lar<^c quantity of fpecie, whith they took our, being in grc.it want of money, and applied to their own ufes, promiiing ro return ir as loon as i
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flandert..From the London (Jaz,ette, fitly 29.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flandert..From the London (Jaz,ette, fitly 29.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flandert. From the London (Jaz,ette, fitly 29. Trom Prince Yaainaml s head-qi-rarrcrsatS-ach- fe nh a ttfe n , fuly 18 . A DVfCE having been received by Prince Fer- J~ % dinand, that a body of the enemy, confut- ing; of fome battalions and Ligli
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE Trustees of thr Turnpike-Road leading from tbe Top Critkley Hill in GlocePerfhire,' to'Campsfield in Oxrordlhire. are defired to meet

THE Trustees of thr Turnpike-Road leading from tbe Top Critkley Hill in GlocePerfhire,' to'Campsfield in Oxrordlhire. are defired to meet

on Friday the Eighth' Day of Aagaft Indent, at Frog Mill, to paf» tbe Trcafaref’t Accoant, and oa other Bafinefs relative to that Part of the (aid Road, which lies in the County of Glocefler. W, STEPHENS, ' CMt to the Trtftms,
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England