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From the LONDON GAZETTE, Auguft 2*

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Auguft 2*

From the King of Pruflia's Head-Quarters at Leubnitz „ near Drefden, July 23. "THE Batteries being compleated, began to play * upon the Town the 18th; and as they were very near the Works, and even upon the Edge of the Ditch, fome of the Bombs fee Fire co che Houfes near the Ram
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and otber Evening Papers, &c. Auguft 3. Yefterday armed a MAIL from Holland. Franc fort upon the Oder. July a 4. WE have j nil: received Advice, that Part ofthe Ruffian Army has entered Silefia ; but the Amount of the Corps is not known. Prince Henry
1 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

LONDON, Aug. 14. _ . Vienna, lint the Prince to let <>"« »'>e fit ft of ' conduft the future W J the Archduke Vienna ; and the tp andTaftfcof.his Equipage, they fay, fc"SU hpreflwm- The Archive w., 19 Uft March, will next December. from Holland, rhic Bason I ..lien, Privy r 1 th
18 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

LONDON, Aug. 19. Letter from on board his Ni*jefty*sShipNewark, near Oleron, July 28, fays,—it about a month I wrote you, which Time we hive been cruif oft here ; meet with nothing but Dutchmen gomjj iVickwards and fo wards with Wine, Salt, &c. bv.ft in our Cruize is the Fi(h; c
25 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, ’July 24. L fitters from Holland advife, that though the ftates-general were wholly innocent of

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, ’July 24. L fitters from Holland advife, that though the ftates-general were wholly innocent of

(he late affair in the river Bengal, they are apprehenfive that Great Britain will demand ample and fignal fatisfaflion and that the affair may have ferious confequences, if ftrift inquiry be not made to difcover the authors of it. Bcfides the governor of Batavia, fome others, w
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Pool 4 Leviathan 2 Whitby Ship.

Pool 4 Leviathan 2 Whitby Ship.

Pool 4 Leviathan Whitby Ship. Henry and John Ncwcaftle Ships. and half, | Robert 2 and a half. Poftilion, loft the Ice Dunbar Ships. North Star i and one half. | Princefs of Wales i and one hi,'!' Leith Ships, Royal Bounty 2 | Campbelton Borrowftounefs Ship. Peggy Swallow Dolphin
4 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MON DA Y, Juguft it, 1760.

MON DA Y, Juguft it, 1760.

and Ingcll. The Dutch being much Weaker than the Englifh in thofe parts, would they have been guilty of an inffaftion that muft neccflarily make their, old friends fide with their enemies ? It is thought that the general of Batavia will caufe the Englifh fhips, in their return f
11 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
not to let the Ambufcade man of war. cdpt. Baffet to come near them, but to fink her having an

not to let the Ambufcade man of war. cdpt. Baffet to come near them, but to fink her having an

epidemical diftemper on board. A privateer in the Mediterranean is in the like circumftance. 3. The report of the Ambufcade man of war having an epidemical diftemper on board, is without the leaft foundation. The laft letters from Leghorn, which were dated the sth ult. mention t
25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

Arrived the Mails frtm Holland, France, and Flanders. Fr<*.u tiic LUND N A e t t e. AiiHiRALTv-OrncE,/f«e. »6, ijfo. of Utter j'rom Cap.a.a Ma,bride, of bis Majepy's Jbip Bies faifiust, to Mr. Stepbtsss, dated Sea, Augufi «3, t7HO. I R, you, for the information tbcirLord-1 I m a
31 August 1760 - Sherborne Journal - Sherborne, Dorset, England
 
For the SHERBORNF. JOURNAL.

For the SHERBORNF. JOURNAL.

A Defeription of POMPEY’j PILLAR, anJotter elegant Ruins, in the neighbourhood of Alexandria pt) including a remarkable Anecdote feme Emglish Captains. • {from Mr. Irwin's Voyage the Red Sea, on the conjl t/'ARAEiA.] IX afternoon, fayt Mr. Irwin, large party of l.illiai out to t
31 August 1760 - Sherborne Journal - Sherborne, Dorset, England