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the Enemy, and who did them infinite Damage, his Serene litghncfs returns him many Thanks, and ah...re: him that he !hail, on all Occafions, retain a proper Settle tuereo!. In fine. his Serene Highnefs gives many Thanks to mole who accompanied his Perfon, as well as to thole of
9 September 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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9 September 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Highnefs r Job- – ail,

Highnefs r Job- – ail,

Highnefs r Job- - ail, halan, Dne P Inns, fter vith Southami my DC. 1 rrom from co ,he t_ :fore iag, A ridge rday Sight Boat. word pine to reconnoitre, told me, that the on the Side of the Mountains by nched above Jacques %artier, to the dorff. The Roads might have between 7 and
9 September 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
By the KING’S Authority, Tint Day was PuHiJhed, A New Edition, Carefully Corrtiltd and of THE New Week's Preparation for

By the KING’S Authority, Tint Day was PuHiJhed, A New Edition, Carefully Corrtiltd and of THE New Week's Preparation for

a Worthy receiving the LORD’S SUPPER, Appointed and Recom* mended the CHURCH of ENGLAND. With fuiiM Dot.liars for a devoct Behaviour during the SoLmnity, and for a muft beneficial and Joining with the Minifler in the Offer of Adminijiration, TO WHICH AK E ADDED, Prayers for Morn
13 September 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CURBRIDGE RACE, Oxford/bire.

CURBRIDGE RACE, Oxford/bire.

ON Monday the teth Inftant there will be a Race on Curbridge Downa near Witney. Not left than three Horfea to (tart. To enter at the Crown Inn at Witney, by Nine ©’Clock in the Morning of the Day Running: To dart at Eleven; and be fabjeft to fuch Rulea and Article* a* (hall be t
6 September 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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Two CAS £S Fractur'd Skulls. EK£T6FOB.E, or Mil very lately, 'trepanning on the Occipital Bone has been reckoned fo fat

Two CAS £S Fractur'd Skulls. EK£T6FOB.E, or Mil very lately, 'trepanning on the Occipital Bone has been reckoned fo fat

impracticable and dangerous, chat fevetal of the raoft eminent Wtiteis in Surgery has laid it down a a i Rum not to apply the Inftrument on that Parr. The ingenious Mr Warner, of Guy’s Hof* pica), indeed, gives us Hifioty (as a very rate one) of an executed Crintinal’t Body, whi
27 September 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To b* SOLD to thi btfl Bid dor.

To b* SOLD to thi btfl Bid dor.

b* SOLD btfl Bid dor. At Mr Hactifon’s, the Sign of the Grapes, Sunderland neat the Sea, Monday the eight Day of Septembet inft. inftead of the zsth Day of Auguft, at formerly advettifedi SEveral Copyhold KEYS or WHARFS, MESSUAGES, HOUSES, and Placet of GROUND, in Sunderland afot
6 September 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LIKEWISE,

LIKEWISE,

z. DrFRAUNCES’s FcmaIeSxRENGTH’NiNG Elixir* W’bich it Chymica! Piepaxation, extiaded from the moft powerful and efficacious Pans of the Materia Medicaj and is as great ReftotatWe and Sitength’net Medicine can produce. THIS Elixir is adapted for the Cute of nuny Female Difotdets
6 September 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Arrived the Mails frcm Holland and Flanders

Arrived the Mails frcm Holland and Flanders

From the London Papers, Sept. 2.5. Lisbon, Aug. 19. ~5" AST Saturday an embargo Was laid on all ji_^j Qiipsin this port, which was taken oft in the evening. It I. reported that there has been a furious en- g.igemem on the coaft of Algarva, batween five SpaniQi fhips of the line,
29 September 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extracl of a letter from Portfmouth, Auv. 30.

Extracl of a letter from Portfmouth, Auv. 30.

M Yefterday arrived the Infernal, Capt. Macken- zie, who retook and brought up the Refolution, Hogg, belonging to Ipfwich, bound to London with 600 hogfheads of tobacco ; one of the three Virginia fhips that was lately taken (at the back ot all the Ifle of Wight) by a French pri
6 September 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland