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26 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
gcnclufion of Cardinal Kichlieu's remarks on the.Military genius of the French.

gcnclufion of Cardinal Kichlieu's remarks on the.Military genius of the French.

gcnclufion of Cardinal Kichlieu's remarks on the Military genius of the French. [See Mercury of Wednefday laft.] mr—^j|" —■ ?? HOUGH the head is that which con- lij duds the reft of the body, and a clear judgment is the moft eilen- tiai quality in a commander, 1 had m% rather tha
27 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LO N D O N, Augnfl 21.

LO N D O N, Augnfl 21.

JSxtraa ofa Letter from New-York, dated June tg, 1766. , " We have this day advice from the Mohawks river, thh< General Amherft having feen the laft of hh provifions and (fores fentofforOfwego, leftShenacledahimfclfonthe2otb: That thcwhole army under his immediate command, 'con-
26 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Moo.r.Nio.HT'. *?OSTU-|

vZmtU LONDON GAZETTE, Auguft t^ iIX W-M-AILJ fro* F»»n., K .„. ofPruftid'J Head Smarter,* Dalwitz,A«g. „ , XfVt-fe aad of lall month his Pruffian M.jefty ]J^^3'leclli-i S campatXeubnit_, and on^J*. h» * ?? « Maielty emoved to Unkerfdorff. Yetterday the ¥ ° _fr whole Ai.i.y.pafle
26 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
D E RBT MERCURY:

D E RBT MERCURY:

Small Advertisements for this Paper taken in at ?s. 61 each, and continued Weekly at js. and larger ones in Proportion [Price Two-pence Half-penny,] From FRIDAY Juguft ?? to FRIDAY AumA %o* 1760. Volume XXfiC. Number 24,
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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LONDON, Auguft Jtc.

LONDON, Auguft Jtc.

By a Letter from an Officer in the laft Embarkation, dated the 10th Inftant, we have Advice, thac they vere to march on the nth, and that they lhould join the main Army on the uth, and expefted a general Engagement every Day. " Saturday laft Sir Robert Rich's Regiment of Dra- go
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
I BANKRUPTS.

I BANKRUPTS.

Peter Brtaigham, ?? the County of York, faofief Michael Lander, and Joleph Fellows, both of Reading i_ Berks, Innholders and Copartners. ** n Joleph James, of Briftol, Merchant.
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, August 19.

LONDON, August 19.

'l'hc French, after the Action the roth C-’rbath, w the Advantage was their Favour, wrote thus o,‘ theii General, from Corbach lie French Aimy which is the Field this Summer, is very different from any that Im made fl Campaign this Century. The uflul is indefatigable He is a!mol
26 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Warwick and Banbury Machine to London, In Two Days, by Way of Oxford^ WILL fet out from the Oxford Arms

Warwick and Banbury Machine to London, In Two Days, by Way of Oxford^ WILL fet out from the Oxford Arms

irt Warwick-lane, every Monday and Friday, lies Oxford, and will at Warwick on Tucfday and Saturday. Likewife let* out from Warwick on Monday and Friday, lies at Oxford, and will be in London Tucfday and Saturday Evening. Each PafTcnger from Warwick to London to pay One Guinea,
23 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
[Numb. 659. but a Tew days ago From the allied arfny* informed, that the French have for fome time paft

[Numb. 659. but a Tew days ago From the allied arfny* informed, that the French have for fome time paft

been obliged to place centinels round their camp, to prevent the great defertion in their army, and that on the moft moderae computation, their forces are already diminiflied various ways to near 20,000 men. 5- gave pain to many well withers to their country, that Elliot’s light
25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland