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26 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Of wboat m*y be had.

Of wboat m*y be had.

Of wboat m*y had. Dr. Radcliffe’s Famous Purging Elixir. Being ouly celcbuicd Cath'attick cfiecmcd the WoiU, which daily add* the ChwaAct that gteat Mae, whole Fame will live long a* theWotld (hall cadnic t fas exceeding any Medicine yet czpeiicnccd both in and Quantity, being no
23 August 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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23 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract cf a letter from London, Auguft 23. ** According to the laft accounts from Silefia, the body of Ruffian^-oops that was intended for a junction with General Laudohn's army, is 10,000 ftrong; but they have ftopt fhort, upon advice, that he had raifed the fiege of Breflau.
27 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DESERTED. FROM Captain George Barclay's independent company, and from the recruiting party at tumburgh JAMES ROBERTSON, ?? BROWN, cnliftcd, by

DESERTED. FROM Captain George Barclay's independent company, and from the recruiting party at tumburgh JAMES ROBERTSON, ?? BROWN, cnliftcd, by

the name of Robertfon, at* Edinburgh, eighteen years of age, born in the town of Sibling, five ft ct. nine inches high, fair complexion, gray eyes, bis face freckled, fiaxen colour'd hair, a little inknee'd, had on, when he went away, a fhort white coat, red waiftcoat, blue bree
27 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Your moll obedient and faithful humble Servant!, J. WARD, W. DOWDESWELL.

Your moll obedient and faithful humble Servant!, J. WARD, W. DOWDESWELL.

August 8, 1760. THE Creditors the Riyht Honourable WILLOUGHBY late Rail ABINGDON, deceafed, either by Mortgage, Bond, or fimple Contrail, •nd alfo the uofatitfied Creditors (if any) of the Right Hon. MOUNTAGUE late Earl ABINGDON, deceafed, are defired forthwith fend an Account o
23 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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From tbi Whitehall, General, and ether Evening Papers, Qpc. Augufl 23. Laft Night arrived the MAIL from Holland. King of Pruffia's Head-Quarters at Buntzlau in Silefia' Auguft 7. 'TPHE Army quitted Dalwitz the 3d Inftant, and -*■ arrived here this Day, having marched forty Leagu
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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&M LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Augujl is- Since ottr laft arrived Six MAILS jrom Flanders. Drefden, (tbe Capital of Saxony) July 31. NOTHING, for thefe Hundred Years, has equalled the monftrous Enterprize formed by the King of Pruffia againft this City. To kill, burn, and deftroy
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENT® This Day arrived a Mail m Vienna, (in Germany) Aug, 2. The Yefttrday their Imperial Majeft.ei were Tinging of Tc upon the taking which place was found great Quantity Military Stores, and Pr#vifions Kind?, Conquert thereof coft but n c:ie them leaft only woun
25 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
I the belt BIDDER

I the belt BIDDER

the belt BIDDER f &pen i l e , next, . the rl.Yinme ay, „ , fel Smith, knonun by the :riga in t h e Ci ty and Inheritan - cc sofa and ahcut twenty-ihsuc active log in Link Siughall, within two .nd which arc now in Liak im Crabhall in the count) ct re now iu &ming, ir.der a Shilli
26 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England