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LONDON.

LONDON.

Extract of a letter from Calcutta, in the Eaft In- dies, fanuary 26, 1760. " I QiaH here beg leave to give you a concife relation of a memorable circumftance thar, in ail probability, will make a great ncife in Europe, how the politicians and great ones in power will decide it a
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter fr:m Vienna, fuly 4.

Extract of a letter fr:m Vienna, fuly 4.

Tho' we make a great deal of noife about the v dory gained by General Laudohn, which the Warm courtiers pretend is an irreparable blow to the King of Prullia, if the thing was to do again, we Ihould think twice before we attempted ir. Thofe who are in the country inrereft aflure
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
F K I 1) A Y’s POST.

F K I 1) A Y’s POST.

F K I 1) Y’s POST. from tiro London GazEitf. A irived the Mails from Holland and Flandeivs. Print? fer,inland's Hold quarters at Saxenhaufen, July 18. AnVICE having boon received by Prince Ferdinand, that Body of the F.nemy, confiding of Battalions and !-inlu-troors, were advance
2 August 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DURHAM TURNPIKE.

DURHAM TURNPIKE.

This t» Notics, , THAT th« neit Meeting of*Oe Trustees is tapoiated to be held « the Houle Mm Huntley, Gtt etd, Tqefday tbe fiftb Day Auguft ikft. Bufinef. relating the Road. _ "" To bt SOLD to thi hightft Bidder, On Monday the jth bay of Auguft inft. Mr Hatnfon t, the Sign of t
2 August 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Pare ofa lerter from the Hague, fuly jc.

Pare ofa lerter from the Hague, fuly jc.

" The French having, as is pub'ick'y known, feized a Dutch veiiel on the coaft oi Coromandel, having on boaid, among other things, :\ lar<^c quantity of fpecie, whith they took our, being in grc.it want of money, and applied to their own ufes, promiiing ro return ir as loon as i
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flandert..From the London (Jaz,ette, fitly 29.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flandert..From the London (Jaz,ette, fitly 29.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flandert. From the London (Jaz,ette, fitly 29. Trom Prince Yaainaml s head-qi-rarrcrsatS-ach- fe nh a ttfe n , fuly 18 . A DVfCE having been received by Prince Fer- J~ % dinand, that a body of the enemy, confut- ing; of fome battalions and Ligli
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE Trustees of thr Turnpike-Road leading from tbe Top Critkley Hill in GlocePerfhire,' to'Campsfield in Oxrordlhire. are defired to meet

THE Trustees of thr Turnpike-Road leading from tbe Top Critkley Hill in GlocePerfhire,' to'Campsfield in Oxrordlhire. are defired to meet

on Friday the Eighth' Day of Aagaft Indent, at Frog Mill, to paf» tbe Trcafaref’t Accoant, and oa other Bafinefs relative to that Part of the (aid Road, which lies in the County of Glocefler. W, STEPHENS, ' CMt to the Trtftms,
2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
From the Knig of Pruffia's head quarters at Gru-.r.au near Drefden, fuly iS.

From the Knig of Pruffia's head quarters at Gru-.r.au near Drefden, fuly iS.

From the Knig of Pruffia's head quarters at Gru- r.au near Drefden, fuly iS. On the 2d iiiftant, :he army marched in two columns, through a very woody country, wirh ve- ry little interruption from the enemy, who might have rendered our march extremely difficult, per- haps impract
2 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Yi-'fcro.iy Morning ns a Man «ilh Ex* liu; Poil-oflicc, he was itopi nc.it DatiiuiJ Kent be two Men on Foot,

Yi-'fcro.iy Morning ns a Man «ilh Ex* liu; Poil-oflicc, he was itopi nc.it DatiiuiJ Kent be two Men on Foot,

who biui the Moife, and dumr.rb to f.e ’he F.xprefs *, hut the Portman’s refuf;i>i» to ftievt it them, beat him with ihs in moil cruel Manner; an>i on his calling out for AiliUance, which Wits not far oil, they ran away. A Fleet is p en ning Por’fmmith and Plymouth, with all Exp
2 August 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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2 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England