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SIR, London, Sept. 2- THere has been no chirurgical imp r in drefling the wounds made 1,1 fmce Celfus wrote,

SIR, London, Sept. 2- THere has been no chirurgical imp r in drefling the wounds made 1,1 fmce Celfus wrote,

which is more hundred years. elegantly defcribes thod cupping, cauteriling, and rt lalt into the wound, then lC prevent an abfbrption of the poifonous f' ll ' principal defign of writing was, what that learned author farther which I have never heard has been r / any modern, viz.
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Horace, look i. ode iy. imitated. AS Lewis flumber'd o'er the plans Of fraud built forts and ftol'ri domains, Sudden

Horace, look i. ode iy. imitated. AS Lewis flumber'd o'er the plans Of fraud built forts and ftol'ri domains, Sudden

thunders crafli'd, Earth (hook, winds whittled, lightning flafli'd. Emerging (lowly from the fi >or, The maid, whole ami in days yore Snatch'd Fiance from ruin, ftood conf'efs'd, And thus th'aftoni(h'd King addrcls'd. Thy har.d, O Prince, in hour malign, Rapacious fciz'd what is
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
All-righteous Jove, in pity, faid, Thy wrong I'jJ foon red refs; Henceforth be thine each bonny lad, And his each

All-righteous Jove, in pity, faid, Thy wrong I'jJ foon red refs; Henceforth be thine each bonny lad, And his each

ugly lafs. fought but one, thus decreed, And lo how wondrous kind! For now, fome how, train exceed One half human kind. The Parliament of Beasts- A FABLE. SOmewhere one of Afric's plains, hey fay a certain lion reigns, Who, a Union fcnt for all The beads into his royal hall. The
4 August 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I flioul do injuft'tce to the general officer*, ■every officer «nd private man, the cavalry, if dwt not beg yowlordfliip

I flioul do injuft'tce to the general officer*, ■every officer «nd private man, the cavalry, if dwt not beg yowlordfliip

to afTare his tmjefty that nothingcould exceed their gallant behaviour bn this occifioft. Captain Philips made fo much expedition with his cannon, as to have opportunity,, by a fevere cannonade, to oblige thofe who had palled the Dynael, and were formed on the other fide, to ret
18 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AT LONDON,

AT LONDON,

ANNE of Portfoy, Alexr. Rpfs Majier, a new Ship and . prime Sailor, will be ready to take ik A. Goods ttgainft the zyth curt, Ha milton's Wharff, for Peterhead, Frajerjburgh, Banff, and Portfoy, at three Shillings the Barrel ; and for Garmouth, Loffle, and Findhorn, at four Shil
25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, Saturday, Aug. 26,

LONDON, Saturday, Aug. 26,

The Cabinet lih»'c to poflponcthe Parliament till after illmus the Parliantenr will therefore meet early in Nov, top ifs the land and rralt dutie', See. There will be very little private and the diir.dution will certainly lake place early in the fpring. This is the prefent lettl
31 August 1760 - Sherborne Journal - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
*rd ; and rms. t.!C AY. ilth, ivea ; <>- i !ns ilnn l.ole i"«- •jnd '5 k«.S« SATURDAY’S POST.

*rd ; and rms. t.!C AY. ilth, ivea ; <>- i !ns ilnn l.ole i"«- •jnd '5 k«.S« SATURDAY’S POST.

[ down by Exprefs from London.] Monday Morning Sir Edward Hawke pafled * .j Pit mourh, and was joined from thence by the iTw.j, Mucimouth, Cullodcn, Burford, and Edgar Men of War, and Saphire Frigate. The Edgar put back next lt.iv paid their Wage*. Pour Thoufand more Troops are
23 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ExtraS of a Letter from Hiih-Wycomi, Butkt,

ExtraS of a Letter from Hiih-Wycomi, Butkt,

* Lift Week melancholy Affair happened near thia * Place; the Coachman to the Reverend Dr. Clarke of thit Town, wat driving hi* Lady down bye Place, called Tadpole-Lane, on a fodden he flopped the Car* riage, violently palled the Lady by her Hair oat of her * Place, and with Sni
9 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Tkonu Field, of St. Anne Limchoufe, Middlefcx, Bricklayer. [To appear Aogoft to, it, and Sept. 16, at Gnildhall, Loodon ] Dividend to ie math /* CrteUtort. Aug. 26. Thomas Dawfon, late of Great Yarmouth, in Norfblk, Merchant. Ctrtificmt* iremtoel. Aug. 23. John Cox. now or late
9 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO •BE LETT, And entered immediately. Goo 1 Dwelling-Houfe at Letcomb Regis, ne*r Wantage, in the Coonty Berks, with Woodhoule.

TO •BE LETT, And entered immediately. Goo 1 Dwelling-Houfe at Letcomb Regis, ne*r Wantage, in the Coonty Berks, with Woodhoule.

Garden, Orchard, and Clofe Patture Ground of about an Acre thereto adjoining j and a Conv< nicnt Cyder Houfe and Vao!t capable of holding near 40 Pipes, very good Cyder Mill, and all other Converienciei for making Cyder ; and alfo a Cooper'* Shop near the faid Dwelling- Houfe. T
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England