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TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

A FREEHOLD ESTATE, the P»ri(h of St. Aldute Oxford; together with two GardciM in thejPatilh of Si Ebb the whole lett upon Leafe to Mr. Kemp, Coach-Mafter, at 361, per Aon. Enquire, for farther PartkuUrt, either of Mr. Tawney. Carpenter, on Magdelen-Bridge, or of Mr. Walker, at t
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Thursday Night's POST.

Thursday Night's POST.

_* Arriv'd Two MAILS from Flandbrs, and *■* One from Holland. Frem the LONDON GAZETTE, July 29. From Prince Ferdinand's Head %uarttn at Sacbftnbauftn, ?? i D V I C E being received by Prince Fer- ?? dinan d, That a Body of the Enemy, con- jF fitting of fome Battalions and Light
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

From tht EVENING -POSTS, July 31 li/hon, June I 7 i&t&M;^ °R D K-'"" 0 " 1 ' tne Briti(n Minifter, yefterday *s_ received difpatches from London, faid to be of la. •*• g reat importance, and on occafion ot which he ?? taf II nas had this mornin g a lon S confcrcnce with our mint
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, July 31

LONDON, July 31

Letters by the laft mails advife, that they work night and day at Dunkirk in fitting but, at the expence oi the Govern- ment, a fmall fquadronof frigates, to cruize in concert. We learn further from Paris, that M. de la Touche le ValTor, the new Governor of the Leeward Iflunds,
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
advertisements. ■orVOC A L U SIC and the G UIT AR. Mr. RICHARD BALES (cave to inform the Ladies and

advertisements. ■orVOC A L U SIC and the G UIT AR. Mr. RICHARD BALES (cave to inform the Ladies and

Gentlemen and near Aberdeen, £ '/'at he tenches all Kinds Vocal Music, and likenuife the -Guitar, which Inftrument fas it , )',uliarly adapted to the Voice) teaches to accompany • ■. Italian, Scotch and Englijh Songs : nutth the Scots Soars particular, it is a very'fine Accompan
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
W A N T £ D,

W A N T £ D,

A Gentleman's Son, as an Apprentice to a genteel Bufene/s, in the Shop-keeping Way who upon paying reafonable Apprentice Fee, may have Beard and Lodging in his Mafeer's Houje. Enquire at the Publtjher of this Paper. be rouped at Mains of Philorth, on the lyth of Augujl 1760, at
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, Auguft 3. k

LONDON, Auguft 3. k

Copy ofa Paragraph in a Letter from the Earl of Pembroke to Field Marjhal Lord Viftoimt Ligonier, and fent by his Lordjbip to the Countefs Dowager of Pembroke. Saxenhaufen Camp, July ao, 1760. " Having before troubled your Lordfhip with a Letter, fignifying the Honour the Duke h
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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
 
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