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Orkney lid of Cnhbinv.

Orkney lid of Cnhbinv.

jfuly 3d. Sailed from Strom nefs, the Fitifon and Hannah, "W as lace foi Fori \ Nelly, BstlUc. Nelly, Sir- ifon ?? m., ireenoclr tlie Induftry, Tennor, from Peter - id for ditto 3 bs John, Bennet, from Aber«io«« . v , Fort »v iliiam j the Three Brothers, Cummins, from Peterhead
13 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An enquiry into the true nature ofour conilitut't en, fo far as relates to the pubiick revenue, and the power

An enquiry into the true nature ofour conilitut't en, fo far as relates to the pubiick revenue, and the power

of parliaments over Minitlersoj State. IN antient times, the hereditary revenue of the crown, with the tonnage and poun- dage, was fufficient to fupport the uigni- ty ofthe crown, and the whole expence of our civil government; for in thofe days the naval force of this kingdom co
11 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONNERY NEWS.

CONNERY NEWS.

ffcrct/ir, JMg. 7 Yrterf, our b»g« . the five following Sailed for the Poifc of Eight, which was won Mr. Hubbard’s Black Horfe, Bwm'm Black, » , , Francis Baflet. Efqt’s Grey Horfe, Dermnfr, , . W. Dowdefwell, Efqr’s Brown Horfe, fneei, , , Mrs. Snell’s Dun Marc, AtaUnta, ,r Mr.
9 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LOST, between Oxford and High-Wycombe, on the iith #f this Inllaßt Augurt, between the Hours of Five and Ten in

LOST, between Oxford and High-Wycombe, on the iith #f this Inllaßt Augurt, between the Hours of Five and Ten in

the Morning, A Black Leather Letter-Case, narked with the Owner'i Name, Rock O DoNMi-t, in gilt Let'eri; in which were Draughts and a Note of Hand to the amount feven Pounds, befidea Letters and fevcral other Papers j the Who.e of which are no Value except to the Owner, Payment
16 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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
 
To be S O t. D. Bank Stock in i- 4 th. Eaft India Stock Sea Stock 93 i- 4

To be S O t. D. Bank Stock in i- 4 th. Eaft India Stock Sea Stock 93 i- 4

th. 3292 ~h ? <Hl,fc 3 Bilr. a 1 :h Lottery Tickets 51. 16s. 6d * Dublla * By the Trujleei of James Dawfon, of Lancafter. Ureter, at the of U holier-, in Rochdale aforejaid, on Ffjjy theA **' this infant Auguft, of Gartfide. 'T M,E and Inheritance f , 1 age and Tenement, called
26 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
LONDON, Auguft 9. ,

LONDON, Auguft 9. ,

*t cncar irom t^uiberon Bay, that Admiral BofcaWen has taken poffeffion of an Ifland near tbe River Vannes,' which is about a mile loi<£, and half a riile broad ; and on it has erefled two or three tents for the ufe of the lick, and has planted a garden with all kinds of vegetab
12 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England