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EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter from London, Auguft 14.. •• The wind ftil! contines wefterly, which makes it very uncertain when we flial! have mails. " By a Gentleman now in town, who arrived hut a few days ago from the allied army, we are informed, that the French have tor fome time paft
18 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OLOCESTER, Jvtv 18. AS it hath been induftrioufly reported, that I had left, or intended to leave, the SWAN-INN in

OLOCESTER, Jvtv 18. AS it hath been induftrioufly reported, that I had left, or intended to leave, the SWAN-INN in

tliis City, I take this Method of alluring Friends and the Publkk, rha: this Report has not the leaft Foundation; and the fame Time, nee Leave to return moft lincere Thanks Noblemen, and Ladies, who have already honoured with their Favours, and allure them, that 1 (as fcon Time
16 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

And entered upon at Michaelmas next, or footttr if ; at Cliipping-Norton, in Oxfordfhirc, AHOUSE with convenient Outhoufcs and Garden, in thrOccupation of Breeches-maker, being a well accultomcd Shop the Fixtures in the Shop to . Sold —And alfo to lett and entered upon at Michae
16 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
axhaQ a tine. from Fos, at St. Yobs 's dated jaw 6, 1760. The hidians frveral Tribes are in, and

axhaQ a tine. from Fos, at St. Yobs 's dated jaw 6, 1760. The hidians frveral Tribes are in, and

Aped a Treaty of P,ace, which Jay flail laft for ever. bey behave exceedlath vall, A Jew Days fines 20 Canon arrived hire with Mete, Wawa, bid Children ; they avers honoured the Diliharge of le"feral Cannon, which pleated then well. BO*, z 6. Friday laft Capt. Gowel arrived here
19 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
&ftert(rcment&

&ftert(rcment&

JULY 21ft, 1760. ON Monday the 25th Day of Au?uji will be Lett the bell Bidder, at the Fox and Cr, v ' at Ntrth-AJlon, the Turnpike Gates ereAed oa the leading from Oxford to Adderbury. . THO. WALKER, Cleric. W A N T £ jr) THE perpetual ADVOWSON of a Livino of the Value of 2501.
16 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD,

TO BE SOLD,

At thi Half-Meon, in St. CJement’/, Oxford; ELL-wide Muflin, at as 6d; fine ditto 4* } Yard wide Jaconet 4s; curious Book Muflin * MuHin Netk-cloths at 2s, worth j Long Lawn 31, Irifli and Holland at 3d, worth 4s Printed Liniwn^at^» ditto Cotton at fine ditto Colton j Black from
16 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD, By the Trnfieet of James Dawfon, of Rochdale in th, r . fy Lancafter, Grocer at the

To be SOLD, By the Trnfieet of James Dawfon, of Rochdale in th, r . fy Lancafter, Grocer at the

Houje Joha holier Rochdale aftrejaul, on Friday the ,vh n ***\ this Infant Auguft, 2<Jth Dj Gartfide. / . Inheritance of Mcffa . «gc fad Tenement, called Gartjiu, * tn Butterworth, within the Parilh of Rochdale .forced fiiUng large Dwclling-Houfe, lately rc-built, a n<£ and Slup
19 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRULY PREPARED above Fifty Years; As by the Firft Proprietor ; at the Great Original DAFFTs ELIXIR WAREHOUSE, LONDON: 7his

TRULY PREPARED above Fifty Years; As by the Firft Proprietor ; at the Great Original DAFFTs ELIXIR WAREHOUSE, LONDON: 7his

is to inform tbe PUBLICK, TTHAT t h e Only MAKER T ! «BMgf» of this TRUE ORIGINAL ELIXIR, never travels for Orders, o^>c_«giw nor fends Riders into the Countries to "o^s*_t»_ deceive the Unwary with Ojack Mcdi- V* $s% <p cincs » nor P ?? an y Cu,cs ' but vvliat KcJH2mQ-T\& his o
15 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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AL.

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18 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The following extract is a part of Cardinal Richelieu's Political Teftament, addrefl'ed to Louis XII $• whofe favourite and prime

The following extract is a part of Cardinal Richelieu's Political Teftament, addrefl'ed to Louis XII $• whofe favourite and prime

minifter lie had lon° been. It is taken from the fourth lecture of the ninth chapter in the fecond part of tha work. JBefides fome general remarks, on the rights of war, and the methods of carrying it on, he gives fome of tbe characterifticks of the French nation, as to their mi
20 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland