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Deeminglion of the Prizes in 1758. and 1760. IC. 30000 5000 2000 1000 500 100 50 20 How many of

Deeminglion of the Prizes in 1758. and 1760. IC. 30000 5000 2000 1000 500 100 50 20 How many of

each 1758. 3 6 118 30 142 6z6 5675 ;Matter that . well defames the ferious CL &Publick. Aad fit 1, as to our Sailors : Though many of them will, no doubt, be immediately taken into the Merchant's Service, and the Marine Society have fuse proper Care of all thole vice; yet there
28 October 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ESDAY, Oblober 28,

ESDAY, Oblober 28,

28 October 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ides indigo and Cotton ; the Privateer obliged the Dutchman to take 16 of the Englifb Sailors om board. Yefterday

ides indigo and Cotton ; the Privateer obliged the Dutchman to take 16 of the Englifb Sailors om board. Yefterday

the Remainder of the Artillery were fent from the Tower for Portfmonth, and the Troops arc ordered to embark direaly. The fame Day feveral Waggons were loaden with Gunpowder on the Tower Wharf, and were fent under a thong Guard for Portfmouth. On this Occafion both the Gates lea
14 October 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To he 1 E T T,

To he 1 E T T,

Meffnage or Tenement, with Fourfcore Statute Acres of good Wheat or Dairy Land thereto belowgins. Rowse as &tomb°, about two meafur'd Mau from Wrexham, and now in the Holding of John Foulke. The Houle and Outbuildings to be enser'd on tho 12th of May, and the Lands on the tjth F
21 October 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The following being a niore particular detail of the proceedings of Colonel Montgomery than any hitherto publifhed, we fhail make

The following being a niore particular detail of the proceedings of Colonel Montgomery than any hitherto publifhed, we fhail make

no difficulty of inferting it, though fome of the particulars have been already mentioned in our former ac- counts.
1 October 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Kingfton in Jamaica, July ly. Yefterday evening returned to this town, the detachment of forty troopers, who went from Kingfton lad Thin fday, by order of the Lieutenant Governor, to fupprefs a confpiracy intended to be carried into execution, as on laft Saturday, by a parcel of
1 October 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Paters, October 2

From the London Paters, October 2

ConfiArt'inofe, Aug. \C. A PEW days ago a proof cf a great number of cannon, of a new invenrion and various bores, was made on the Efplanade of the Suburb of Tophana, in prefence of the Grand Signor, who feemed highly pleafed with the goodnefs of this arti iery. Madrid, Sept. o.
6 October 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No Mails this poft

No Mails this poft

St. John's in Antigua, July. 8. Sunday laft his Majefty's floop Antigua arrived from a cruize of feven weeks, in which fhe has taken five veflels alone, and been in company at rhs taking of eight others a lift of which follows- viz. I. A French privateerof eight guns and 50 men,
20 October 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMEBIC A

AMEBIC A

Keiv York, Sept. 4. A few days ago five tranf pert ?? from Carolina arrived here, having on board Colonel Montgomery, and the troops under bis command, except the four companies commanded by Major Frederick Hamilton, who are left there, as mentioned already: on their ar- rival t
13 October 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To be Sold by A U C T i O N,

To be Sold by A U C T i O N,

To be Sold A U i N, Mr. WAY, Monday ttt zjth Ds) Outlier next, end the foilonjung Days, ALL the Houftiold Furniture,-Materisls for carrying on the Shag Mr. JOHN late ShipAon in the County but now Thaircs-ftreet, London, Dry-Salter: The Whole confiAin;, fine leather Beds, Blankets
4 October 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England