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ED INBU R, G H.

ED INBU R, G H.

Extrafi of a letter from London, fuly 51. "By letters from St. Chriftophers, we ; are in- formed, that Commodore Douglas, aniongft other affairs, is to make a ftrift enquiry into the nature of the trade carried on by the iflands St. Eufta- St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John de P
4 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

Extract of a letter from Leghorn, July it. ?? Permit mc, throaagh the channel o! a publAk: paper, to reprefent fome great grievances and lof- fes in trade that have been octafioned by robbe- ries, and plundering ot goods out of neutral mips trading to Salonica, Smyrna, and other
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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
 
Certain Belles (-who viftted him in Prifon )to Dumas.

Certain Belles (-who viftted him in Prifon )to Dumas.

Certain Belles ( -who viftted him in Prifon )to Dumas. 1. JOY to thee, lovely Thief, that thou Hall 'fcap'd the fatal String ! Let Gallows groan with ugly Rogues ; Dumas mud never fwing. 11. Do'ft thou feck Money ?■— to thy Wants Our Purfes we'll refign ; Cou'd we our Hearts to G
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS

COUNTRY-NEWS

Saliflury, July 28. At our affizes, (which ended laft Wednefday, and proved a maiden one) John Dumas, the highwayman, was tried on Tuefday morning for affaulting and robbing Lord Percival of 12, 13, or 14 guineas, (his Lordfhip was not certain which) on Sunday the 2?d ult. about
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, Aue. 2.

LONDON, Aue. 2.

We hear that prefs warrants are granted.throughou! Eng. land fo imprefs men into his Majefty's land fervice, occafion- ed by the late draughts fent to Germany, find that there is the wafmelt prefs for the fea fervice, on the river, ever known, , Laft week three people were bit i
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Ihit Day arrived the Mails frtm Holland esWPlunder*. , Fyntct Cortexb, July 19. t* iCV'tt.Y' Time e Difeipline will be

Ihit Day arrived the Mails frtm Holland esWPlunder*. , Fyntct Cortexb, July 19. t* iCV'tt.Y' Time e Difeipline will be

cmU* of bringing back the French Officers to thu uge and JPrejaunoa which conftitntei the military Pbwer. Till .. fuch Time as Pains and Experience Stall have wrought this Marlhal Dukf. and all other France, will expofed to untoward Accident!. M. Glaubitz, .had been left Erpfdor
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

TW 0 Freehold Houles in Oxford one whereofis faulted in Blpc-Boar-Lane in (be Parilh All Siints, and now in the Occupation of Mr. Pilltt, at the yearly Rent 6/. clear of all Taxes, except Land Tax. The other in the Corn-Market in the Parilh of St. Michael, and it divided into th
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England