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LONDON, July 31.

LONDON, July 31.

The Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick \v..£ 1) charmed at rhe He roic Bcluviour of Elliot’s Light Ho;;.*, in .lie • Logment with the French, ot which was Eye V» i nds, that declared that c\ciy private Man fctn.cd qualified to be OlHccr. The major Part of this Regiment c-mpofed uf y
5 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
By Authority of ’Royal Letters latent. Dr. Bateman’s Original Pectoral Drops, (Prepared by Ditty and Okell, in Bow-Church-Yard, London ,)

By Authority of ’Royal Letters latent. Dr. Bateman’s Original Pectoral Drops, (Prepared by Ditty and Okell, in Bow-Church-Yard, London ,)

HIGH for more than Forty Years, have VV been untvcrKlly known to be the fafift and furefl Relief ip the tiioft acute rheumatism, (as Mary hfeald, and many xhoufandi have, experienced) Gout, Pains in the Bread, Limbi, and Joints, Bioody Flux, Agues, float and latent Fevers, (pref
5 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
Extract of a letter from Cork dated fuly 17.

Extract of a letter from Cork dated fuly 17.

"By veflcls from Montferrat and St. Kirt's, we learn, that Commodore Sir James Douglafs has already made captures of fonie French priva- teers, and is taking the moil effectual method to rnfli the Martinico people by fending all pn'- foners taken in the privateers ro England j w
4 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

from the London Gazette, Augup 2..^ Prince Ferdinand's head-quarters at Sachfenhau- ha 11 fen, July n- The following is a lift of the killed, wounded, prifon-ers, and miffing, after the action near Corbaeh, July ?? Wangenheim's," ]% yf Ajor Bufman, Captain de !_VJL Horft, Lieu-:
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
This Day is Pa6Vid, Price Six• Pence. With a carious Copper-Pins (She Whole to be compiled in 6o Numbers, Price

This Day is Pa6Vid, Price Six• Pence. With a carious Copper-Pins (She Whole to be compiled in 6o Numbers, Price

Six•pcnce cach Number, and illultrased with curiourCopper—Platcs, reprefeniing the va►ious Tortures they underwent, in Defence of the Ptoteflant Religion) NUMBER XXXII. Of THE LIVES of the MARTYRS: Containing a particular and circumfiantial Account of the Lives, Sufi rings, and
5 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CAVALRY.

CAVALRY.

Elliott's Light Dramns.— Capr. Lieut. Bafil, Cornet Burd, z Serjeants and 71 private Men, Killed. Cornet Parkyns, Cor- net Fuiford, 1 Serjeant, and 47 private Men, Wounded. 11S Horfes killed, and ri wounded. Chaff :urs. — \ private Man, Killed. Col. Freytag, 1 Ser- jeant, and 7
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Wenman of Tuam in Treland. was eledled for the city of Oxford Nov. 16. 1*749, and was in the double

Wenman of Tuam in Treland. was eledled for the city of Oxford Nov. 16. 1*749, and was in the double

return to parliament for that county at the laft general election in the year 175*4, thedecifion of" which made fo much noife. 18. At Hampftead, Col. Burges, of the third regiment of foot guards. to. At his Lord(hip's in Montgomery(hire, Lord Vifcounr Hereford. He is fucceeded i
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland