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EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

F.xtradi of a letter from London, Auguft to. " As the wind was fair for the mails on Satur- day afternoon, and almoft all Sunday, it is now generally thought that they have either been chaf- ed back, or taken by fonie French privateers. " It is faid that on account of Admiral Ro
23 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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
 
I 'nu vau- lt fficaci- di ocular is wire to 1 tut.. darght, A M A tl vier tq hour{

I 'nu vau- lt fficaci- di ocular is wire to 1 tut.. darght, A M A tl vier tq hour{

the and J. art: J. tun, )11 ant d Std. ' ith., I r, hush; Ilvr, In Perrot, Ind by 1 Mops R. 0 ag any mg not , aoout .atinc,s, us, that on the o thum mt I a ,ffitutu- Body tt 'orkini in sour Family We the ihking, iner of in the ch. all Succolt or th.l VII- a ng and 'drains ng, an
26 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Part of a Letter from Ketv York, June so

Part of a Letter from Ketv York, June so

' Our advices from Albany are, that eight of our officers, and 112 privates, prifoners from Montreal, conducted by Capt. Bonneau (of the French regular:,) who came with a flag of truce in order to exchange them for French prifoners* were flopped by our veflels cruizing off Ifle
25 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Second Battalion ef Grenadiers

Second Battalion ef Grenadiers

Xapitr's* Lieutenant Grozicr, wounded. Lieutenant Arm* ftrong, miffing. Kinsrjley's. Captain Tennant, wounded. Jiuske's. Captaih Raincy, Lieutenant Mercer, wounded. Home's. Lieutenant Wynne, wounded. • Stuart's. Captain Dally, Lieutenant Douglas, wounded. Brudenell's. Lieutenant
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CfturfDap^ p©Bl

CfturfDap^ p©Bl

CfturfDap^ ?? From th Whitehall, General, and other EriMlNft Papers, Qpe, Auguft _6. Tefterday arrived a MAIL from Flanders. Rojlock, ( a City of Mecklenbourg in Germany ) Aug. 10. THE Swedifh Army is on its march to enter Bran- denburg, where it may do juft what it pleafes, for
22 August 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
advertisements. To be lent at Martinmas he*t, heritable Security,, SEVENTEEN HUNDRED POUNDS Sterling. For Particulars, enquire at Alexander Tbomfon oj

advertisements. To be lent at Martinmas he*t, heritable Security,, SEVENTEEN HUNDRED POUNDS Sterling. For Particulars, enquire at Alexander Tbomfon oj

JBanchory, Advocate in Aberdeen. Scots Hollands, from t-wo to fix shillings per Yard, to be fold in ftngie Pieces larger Quantities, dby Alexander Miln Junior, at l s Shop the Broadgate, where Broad Cloths, &c. continue to he jold. , , '’to be fet by publkk Roup, upon Tuefday th
25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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
 
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