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?? A Single Qentletna^ yvhp keeps Houfe in this Neighbourhood, ifvants a fober, diligent Servant, to wait upon him, and

?? A Single Qentletna^ yvhp keeps Houfe in this Neighbourhood, ifvants a fober, diligent Servant, to wait upon him, and

aft in the Capacity of a Butler. Any Perfon duly qualified and well recommended, may apply to the Printer of this Paper. ?? 1 , , fl N Fnda y laft - the firft of Auguft Inftant, \_J WILLIAM MIDGLEY, and HANNAH his Wife, of, Chttrwelt, in the Parifh of Batley, and County of York,
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
For the USE of SCHOOLS, Cilia Dap 10 puWffl;c», Price Three Shillings, [AN ENTIRE NEW WORK] domed with an elegant

For the USE of SCHOOLS, Cilia Dap 10 puWffl;c», Price Three Shillings, [AN ENTIRE NEW WORK] domed with an elegant

Frontifpiecc, engraved by Walker, and embellifhed with a Cut to each Fable, curioufly executed g^from the beft Dciigns, f^ABLES tranflated from JESQ?, and other Authors. To which are fubipined, A Moral in Verfe, and an Application in Prole, adapted to each Fable. By CHARLES DRAP
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the Kir/ of Pruffia's head quarters at Leub.nitz. near Drefdsn, Jti-:y z;.

From the Kir/ of Pruffia's head quarters at Leub.nitz. near Drefdsn, Jti-:y z;.

From the Kir/ of Pruffia's head quarters at Leub nitz. near Drefdsn, Jti-:y z; . The batteries being com pleated, began to play upon the town tlra aSth; and as they were very near rhe works, and even upon the edge of the ditch, fome of the bombs let fire to ths houfes near the ra
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
■ .F la/ £1J?I / n- 81 1 lei >li Bj _J r is 1 lIP tg a

■ .F la/ £1J?I / n- 81 1 lei >li Bj _J r is 1 lIP tg a

■ .F la/ £1 J? I / n- 81 1 lei >li Bj _J r is 1 lIP tg a Edinburgh, Wednejda^^ /§kgtsft 6, 1760. [Num. 60 16 J
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Trotn the London Papers, July 3 1

Trotn the London Papers, July 3 1

Petersburg, June 2.^. THEY write from the Ukraine, that the fpring began in the country of Sapcro and in the Crim Tartary, with agreeable warm wea- ther, as ufual; but that, on the 12th of April, the cold fet in very fevere, accompanied with a great quantity of fnow, and a high
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, fuly 26..Vienna, fu.y 1.

From the London Papers, fuly 26..Vienna, fu.y 1.

From the London Papers, fuly 26. Vienna, fu.y 1. IT is impoflible to exprefs our "joy at the news of the battle of Landfhut. Many people look upon the King of Pruffia to be utterly unable to ft.md his ground dur- ing the reft of the campaign. Thoy are already fettling the conditi
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N B IT R G H.

E D I N B IT R G H.

Extra?} of a letter from London. Augufl 2. ?? From Moravia we learn, that Gen. ?? was arrived at Brinri in that province, with his fon, who ferved under him as Adjutant General. They add. that this gentleman, in coniideration of his great age, had obtained leave to go ro Schweid
6 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, July 29

LONDON, July 29

Orders are ?? for eight men mote out of each com- pany of the three regiments of toot guards, to get imme- diately ready to follow thofc who went off on Friday morn- ing for Gravefer.d. in order to embark for Germany. The whole reinforcement intended to be fent will amount to fu
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Captures, &c. by the French.

Captures, &c. by the French.

Charlotte, Orrock, from Berwick for Harcelona, carried into Tariffa. he Polly, Grace, from South Carolina, car- J 'nto Lifl>on. Enterprife, Savage, from Guadalupe for carried into Cape Frarisois. • Unicorn, Fearns, from Liverpool for carried into Corunna. w Hillary, Simon, from
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GLOUCESTER RACES.

GLOUCESTER RACES.

ON TUE'SJDAY the oth of September will b« Run tor Courle near the City ofGloaceiler, A PLATE of FIFTY POUNDS, any HorCe, Mare, Gelding, Years OH" and no more, that never wen more than Fifty- Pound*, Miches excepted. Thoft that have never won Fifty Pounds, Matches execepted, to c
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England