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£ 0 NDON, Auguft ii.

£ 0 NDON, Auguft ii.

It is rumoured in Holland, that in Confequence of a fecret Convention between the Courts of Vienna and Verfailles, the Emprefs Queen is to cede to France, at the End qf the War, in Confideration of the Af- fiftance received from that Crown, not Oftend and Nieuporc, buc the Dutch
8 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, Auguft ti.

London, Auguft ti.

Letters from Silefia of the 10th Inft. fay, that Prince Henry of Pruflia had entirely cut off the Communication between the Ruffian and Auftrian Armies, and that the former were retreated back to the Borders of Poland. The late Viftory gained over the Auftrians com- manded by Ge
29 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From tbi Whitehall, General, and ether Evening Papers, Qpc. Augufl 23. Laft Night arrived the MAIL from Holland. King of Pruffia's Head-Quarters at Buntzlau in Silefia' Auguft 7. 'TPHE Army quitted Dalwitz the 3d Inftant, and -*■ arrived here this Day, having marched forty Leagu
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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&M LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Augujl is- Since ottr laft arrived Six MAILS jrom Flanders. Drefden, (tbe Capital of Saxony) July 31. NOTHING, for thefe Hundred Years, has equalled the monftrous Enterprize formed by the King of Pruffia againft this City. To kill, burn, and deftroy
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENT® This Day arrived a Mail m Vienna, (in Germany) Aug, 2. The Yefttrday their Imperial Majeft.ei were Tinging of Tc upon the taking which place was found great Quantity Military Stores, and Pr#vifions Kind?, Conquert thereof coft but n c:ie them leaft only woun
25 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
IRELAND. Ca<k-jc, Aug. f6. learn from Ferry bank, near A:k(ovv, tiir.t \Vl;ite was dead by lightning on Wtd.ufiiay night the

IRELAND. Ca<k-jc, Aug. f6. learn from Ferry bank, near A:k(ovv, tiir.t \Vl;ite was dead by lightning on Wtd.ufiiay night the

but.mt, lie v;;s lying in ; his wife was feverely burned that her life of. The ilafli of light- ning, which was d. dnidive the above poor man and his wife, entliely fweptaway the roof of thchoufe, and reduced the walls to pcrfetl ruin.
31 August 1760 - Sherborne Journal - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
SHAFTESBURY PuiTiTEr*. it) w ill pay tin: I/.E-MoN ta, vX ol ,'t'mifr ifc in Weymouth, where *i! loot ic twelve

SHAFTESBURY PuiTiTEr*. it) w ill pay tin: I/.E-MoN ta, vX ol ,'t'mifr ifc in Weymouth, where *i! loot ic twelve

*n ihe m vni^y, Y HOU S HURSDAY's POST, fey Exprefs. No Ncwi in Night'. Gazette. Manila; timed (ha Mailt t'ra* Hulljnd, francct and Wmrfm'w, 9. WE bear from Grodno, that the Counter. Dowager Mioatnlki, who waa very fond little doga, and alwaya kept feveral about her, waa bit by
31 August 1760 - Sherborne Journal - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
Your moll obedient and faithful humble Servant!, J. WARD, W. DOWDESWELL.

Your moll obedient and faithful humble Servant!, J. WARD, W. DOWDESWELL.

August 8, 1760. THE Creditors the Riyht Honourable WILLOUGHBY late Rail ABINGDON, deceafed, either by Mortgage, Bond, or fimple Contrail, •nd alfo the uofatitfied Creditors (if any) of the Right Hon. MOUNTAGUE late Earl ABINGDON, deceafed, are defired forthwith fend an Account o
23 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HUNTINGDON RACES.

HUNTINGDON RACES.

Oa Thurfday the Ladies Porfe of 90 1. wu won by Mr. Shaftoe’s Bay Hor(* Squirrel. Mr Vernon’s Creampot beat-the Duke of Cumberland's Chefnat Horfe, Habit. On Friday the 50 1, for Four Year Olds was won by Mr. Grevile’s Bay Colt, Hobby-Horfe 1 1 Mr. Sbaftoe’s Chefnat Colt, Yorric
9 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
nor take Quarter) and gave the Frenchman another Broadfide, which carried away her Bowfprit and Gib-boom, killed * great many

nor take Quarter) and gave the Frenchman another Broadfide, which carried away her Bowfprit and Gib-boom, killed * great many

of her Men. All tbit while durft not along fide, her Metal being too heavy for us. The Coventry then gave her another Broadfide, at which fhe inttamly (truck, and we boarded her, but (he was fo greatly difabled, that could fcarce keep her above Water. We fent her England t (he i
16 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England