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DERBT, Printed andfoM by & DREWRY: Sold T..M»,Mr.rox, ,„dMr.S*K M^_, Dbm* Mti. SLATER, io aJnfaU. Ur. JAMES fill _f ,Bl

DERBT, Printed andfoM by & DREWRY: Sold T..M»,Mr.rox, ,„dMr.S*K M^_, Dbm* Mti. SLATER, io aJnfaU. Ur. JAMES fill _f ,Bl

»W Mr. JOHN SALT, ?? M.. HICK, School.n.fii £ AtfM "dfi. kS,7" "* M " & BUlK)N ' ft W A^TON^k F?& w , ?? Alfnh. nottlßT TiupcDi-v l „ ' ASH . TON . Scho*U___«r la Ws*fia. 1 Alfo by ROBERr 11MPERLEY, who cinjv P.rcele, ft,, betwixt iririfimu) & a^rfiU ,«,, ??
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
?J« the prefmt critical fituation of his Pruffian Ma- IT is to the aftoniflbmcnt of all Europe, that his majefty

?J« the prefmt critical fituation of his Pruffian Ma- IT is to the aftoniflbmcnt of all Europe, that his majefty

the king of Pruffia, whofe power was thought fo very artificial, ftiould ftill be able to continue the war againft fo many, and fuch formidable enemies as he hath to deal with. This fur prize is far from being unreafonable, for although it may befaid that this monarch, when he f
25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
T. 1 t o Spitle Grace Boats, :in, with th great . The Middle the Pand the . who lotion

T. 1 t o Spitle Grace Boats, :in, with th great . The Middle the Pand the . who lotion

re till their kept his I to hey he IC'as
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
 
Moo.r.Nio.HT'. *?OSTU-|

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
 
EDINBURGH

EDINBURGH

jy the Mxnro, Glasford, arrived at Greenock, 'from South Carolina, we have the South Ca- rolina Gazettes down to July <>th, from which ■we have extracted the following advices, relat- ing to the Indian -war. IC. Js. The date ofour former accounts from that quarter came no furthe
23 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extratl of a letter from Char left own, July i.g

Extratl of a letter from Char left own, July i.g

vin the 29- h ult. we received advice that Colonel Montgomery had marched from Mile- cieek on the ?? leaving the tents, waggons, and un neceflary baggage at Fort Prince George. He ordered the army to carry with them a large gang Ot cattle, and 4 00 pack horfes laden with ffour ;
23 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OXFORD JOURNAL.

OXFORD JOURNAL.

SATURDAY, -Augufl 23,' 1760. Numb. 382. PablUhed by W. Jackson in the High-Street, Oxford; and R. Bond, Printer and Bookfeller, in the Wejlgqtf-Street, EVERY SATURDAY MORNING: And difperfcd with.the grcatcft Expedition, through Oxfordjhire, Berkjhire, Buckinghamjhire, Wiltjhire,
23 August 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

Fiom the ONDON GAZETTE. King of Pruffia's Head Quarters at Aug. 2. On the of laft Month, his Miicftv his Camp at L.eubnitz, about Seven in iViorning anil the 29th, in the Night, the decamped from thence, and next Day the King removed his Head Quarters to OnkerfdorfF. the whole A
25 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England