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AT LONDON,

AT LONDON,

ANNE of Portfoy, Alexr. Rpfs Majier, a new Ship and . prime Sailor, will be ready to take ik A. Goods ttgainft the zyth curt, Ha milton's Wharff, for Peterhead, Frajerjburgh, Banff, and Portfoy, at three Shillings the Barrel ; and for Garmouth, Loffle, and Findhorn, at four Shil
25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Jttgufl 25, 1760.

Jttgufl 25, 1760.

25 August 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AS according Norice Jatelj givtn this Paper, the Inhabitants and near Paft- Grinfteii, the 291.1 Day of May Ml, ior

AS according Norice Jatelj givtn this Paper, the Inhabitants and near Paft- Grinfteii, the 291.1 Day of May Ml, ior

t.ie public Benefit, did /hew great Number ail Cattle, lean, Hugs ana Pigs r f.vt-ral which fold. This is give r.ef will again bring fuch Cattle T..urfd»y z'jtn Day June Inftant, and txp >fe tut lame Farmers, Burchcr% others, who have Mind to buy m, a.id {>> continue to the fame
25 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, 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
 
[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
 

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\/In]ved fear Mails from Holland,

\/In]ved fear Mails from Holland,

I- rom the London Papers, Auguft zt. Naples July 15. CVUR. galleys which are cruifing upon the coaft $ oi Sardinia-, have given chace to fome Al- gerines, who being airaid of being taken by a fqhadron of Spanifh men ot war, which lies be- fore Algiers, durft not enter their own
25 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extracl of a letter from a gentleman in Jamaica,.dated June i S.

Extracl of a letter from a gentleman in Jamaica,.dated June i S.

Extracl of a letter from a gentleman in Jamaica, dated June i S. " The negro rebels are ftill very formidable, murdering numbers of white people, and fpread- «ng terror and devaluation where ever they wo. The regulars and their militia have killed feverals, and taken numbers prif
25 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extrail cf a letter from New York, dated June.Zath, 1760.

Extrail cf a letter from New York, dated June.Zath, 1760.

Extrail cf a letter from New York, dated June Zath, 1760. " We have this day advice from the Mohawks river, thai General Aniherft having fcen the laft of his provifions and ftores fent offfor Ofwsgo, left Shenattcda himfe'f on the ioth: That the whole army under his iiinnediare c
25 August 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY'S POST.

TUESDAY'S POST.

0 IRA who s larclv forced Storm J had juft be'ore, Mb***-' while e was lying off Havre deGiace watch the mouth r *yr 4 j^.r--V the Seine, driven five flat bottom Boats loaded with Cannon and Shot, ar,( l deftroved them, with j,' p . a hefame Tin;e ten her.">, with great Difficul
25 August 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, 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