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Perfons to whom the late Mr. 'rho. was Aryan of Llannerehymead is indebted, arc dared to tend in them Accompts

Perfons to whom the late Mr. 'rho. was Aryan of Llannerehymead is indebted, arc dared to tend in them Accompts

s and alto thole that are indebted to him are drifted to pay their tape :live Debts, within the Space of thirty 04s without further Nowt:, to Mr. Hobert Evans, Skinner, in Llsen rchymel, Mr., lilt Rt:gShopkeepet at Holyhead Anelttea. /11 2 fly the KIN G Authority. Day is publifl
5 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Corke, July 17. Three veliels are arrived hce from Montferrai and St. Kit's, by whom we learn, thai Com- modore Sir Jsrni-s Douglas has already taken fome French p ivateers, anJ is taking the moll effectual method tocrulli the Maninico people, by fending all the prifoners he tak
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
for Printing Price Six-pence And Sold by Mcfi:?. Newtos, Clark, Harrop, T. and Ann Whitworth, in Mancbejler, ANEW WORK, Jiigbff

for Printing Price Six-pence And Sold by Mcfi:?. Newtos, Clark, Harrop, T. and Ann Whitworth, in Mancbejler, ANEW WORK, Jiigbff

ujeful ftr all fuch would under]}and what they read and hear, /peak what they mean, and write true EngUth. ANewCompleteEnglith Dictionary, peculiaily adapted to the and Amufcment of thofe «ho have not had the Bet (fir a learned liketai Education, ot «ho h.'ve not had Lcihue for
5 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Clje LEEDES Jnttllititnttx*

Clje LEEDES Jnttllititnttx*

N° 3*B TUESDAY, Auvuft 5, 1760. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-Etid. [ Vol. VII. ??
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A M E RICA.

A M E RICA.

Tbi South - Carolina Gazette Extraordinary. Charles-Town, June 10. By Authority. The following letter to bit Honour tbe lieutenant Governor , containing a particular account of the fucctfs of his Ma- jefty's arms, under the command of the Hon. Col. Mont- gomery, is publifhed fer
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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LONDON, July 31.

LONDON, July 31.

The Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick \v..£ 1) charmed at rhe He roic Bcluviour of Elliot’s Light Ho;;.*, in .lie • Logment with the French, ot which was Eye V» i nds, that declared that c\ciy private Man fctn.cd qualified to be OlHccr. The major Part of this Regiment c-mpofed uf y
5 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
By Authority of ’Royal Letters latent. Dr. Bateman’s Original Pectoral Drops, (Prepared by Ditty and Okell, in Bow-Church-Yard, London ,)

By Authority of ’Royal Letters latent. Dr. Bateman’s Original Pectoral Drops, (Prepared by Ditty and Okell, in Bow-Church-Yard, London ,)

HIGH for more than Forty Years, have VV been untvcrKlly known to be the fafift and furefl Relief ip the tiioft acute rheumatism, (as Mary hfeald, and many xhoufandi have, experienced) Gout, Pains in the Bread, Limbi, and Joints, Bioody Flux, Agues, float and latent Fevers, (pref
5 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Monday Night's POST.

Monday Night's POST.

?? the MAILS from Holland and Flanders. From lit LONDON GAZETTE, Aug. z. Prince Ferdinand's Head Quarters at Sacbfenhaufen, July x\. M*^fa_pAC » E following is the Lilt ofthe Killed, Wounded, 2g» <jt Prifoners, and Miffing, after the Action near Cor- JJ T » bach, July ». ? Mnaj)
5 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I R E L'A N D.

I R E L'A N D.

COWL 726 12. On Friday the rt th Volunteers dna imprcffed Men, enlifted here by Capt. O'Hara and Lieut. Beam& were turned over from the Patty and Jenny Tender, (0 the George Armed Ship at Cove, and faded next //ay for Ply mouth. They were remarkably clever Fellows, west off in ~
5 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

SallJiury, July 28. At our Affixes, which ended Wedncf day lall, and proved a Maiden one, John Dumas, the Highwayman, was tried Tucfday Morning for affaultir.g and robbing Lord Pcrcival, of ta, 13, or {his Lord fhip was not certain which) on Sunday the 2zd part, about two Miles
5 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England