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from the London Papers, Oft. 2.8

from the London Papers, Oft. 2.8

Caffel, Ofi. 14. ol N ordonnance has been lately pub- li feed here by the Duke of Broglio, yjv\ conceived in thefe terms : /""°* i # Victor-Francois Due de Broglio, / tl-V Prince of the Empire, Marfhal of "^"*~ France, Commander in chief of the X- • • •-ficmunv Sec. " One ofthe
3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
p n / a/ SUR G H • Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company nd foldfU

p n / a/ SUR G H • Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company nd foldfU

their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-clofe j where Advertijements and Subfiriptiom s.vg raken in,
5 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, Nov. 13.

LONDON, Nov. 13.

L The Procefllon of his late Majefty's Funeral begarf a little after Eight, and thro' fome Miftake, before the Torches were lighted up. The Whole had enter'd the Abbey about Nine, where the Anthem and. Funeral Ceremony were per- form'd, which took up three Quarters of an Hour, w
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CO VNt R T NEWS.

CO VNt R T NEWS.

Portfmouth, November 1 3 . Laft Tuefday Evening h' Majefty's Ship the Effex arrived at Spithead from the Downs, with two Frigates. ?? The Tranfports fail out of the Harbour every Day as they are loaded, with each a Flat-bottom Boat pug _on board. At Spithead, the Admirals Holbou
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, October 28.

LONDON, October 28.

Fn-m Lcicellcr.Fields (where his Majelly King George the Third w is Ydtcrday firfb proclaimed, before Savilie-Houfc) the Herald--, Ac. proceeacd to Charing-Crofs in the following OfJc. harriers of the H >rfc-Grcnadier Guards with Axes e.dud —-French-Horn of ;■ Troon.—Troop of Ho
4 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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CJe LEEDES SntelHjencet

CJe LEEDES SntelHjencet

N° 341- TUESDAY, November 4, 1760 ?? c&ofi3*c{j3<sSocft»c6oo! [ Vol. VII. ] Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Strtet-End.
4 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS, and JLetteCo tO tfje IPtilltet, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Strtet-End j

ADVERTISEMENTS, and JLetteCo tO tfje IPtilltet, are taken in by G. WRIGHT, the Printer of this Paper, at New-Strtet-End j

Where Printing in general is perform'd in the ncateft Manner, at the moft reafonable Prices. ADVERTISEMENTS, &V. are alfo taken in by, and the Paper may be had of, the following Perfoni* viz. Mr. Binns, and Ui. Edwards, $ Mr. Bent, and Mr. Smith, in § Mr. Hirstwood, in Ripponden
4 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The address of the Archbishop Dean and Chapter, Archdeacon, and Clergy, of the ditches of Canterbury. Presented by the Archbishop

The address of the Archbishop Dean and Chapter, Archdeacon, and Clergy, of the ditches of Canterbury. Presented by the Archbishop

The address the Archbishop Dean and Chapter, Archdeacon, and Clergy, of the ditches of Canterbury. Presented the Archbishop Moft Gracious Sovereign, WE come into your Majefty's prelencc with the deepeft fenfe that awful and molt unexpected drake, which God hath taken from us our
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
That imbitter lite. For who wou'd bear the gibes and taunts of men, Th'.opptefied's curie, man's contumely, The pangs unpaid

That imbitter lite. For who wou'd bear the gibes and taunts of men, Th'.opptefied's curie, man's contumely, The pangs unpaid

fees, the law's feverity In taxing hills, and the harfh reprimands That Merit often th' unworthy gives, "When in peace might his make [write, On a poor farm ? who wou'd long parchments And (crawl and paufe amidft a heap nonfenfe, But that the dread ghattly Poverty, "Whole horrid
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On the solitariness and great usefulness of AIR-TRUNKS.

On the solitariness and great usefulness of AIR-TRUNKS.

IT has been found by much experience, that long air-trunks, fixed through the ceiling of the wards gaols, and through the roof, to convey off incelTantly the foul vapour which exhales and arifes from the prisoners, do thereby effectually prevent its long ftagnation to putrefy, w
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland