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CHES'i : Printed by ELI Z. ADAMS, are taken RATCLIFFE'. famous Purging Elixir ; being the Purifier of the Blood

CHES'i : Printed by ELI Z. ADAMS, are taken RATCLIFFE'. famous Purging Elixir ; being the Purifier of the Blood

after Small Pot. ice. It cures the Dropfs, Scurvy. Itch, and all old Sore. or Breakin our whatfoever i if continued is direfted, s. the Bottle. which four CHASE', Reiterative Balfamic Pills, for the Cure of Aflmasick Coughs, and so pievens Mifcarriages, kc 2s. Betton's True and
4 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the GfcNTLfcMtN, C L fc R O Y, and FREbUOLUkIIS,

To the GfcNTLfcMtN, C L fc R O Y, and FREbUOLUkIIS,

To the GfcNTLfcMtN, C L fc Y, and FREbUOLUkIIS, of [be Coumy Puiham. G FNTLFMKN, BEing informed that Applications have been made to fcvet.il Ficeholdeis of •hit Coi:' y, for their Voitt IwTtßKjr ar. the next General fcleftion: I beif Lewve ro oft'ct a Candidate to teprefent tint
1 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

New-Tork, 08. 6. Monday iaft arrived here the Regiment of Highlanders, commanded by Col. Frafer. Friday laft a Number of Canadians, that were, taken at Ifle Royal in the River St. Lawrence by General Amherft, embark 'd on board a Sloop for Albany, in order to return to Canada, "
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
_ YARMOUTH, October 29..r~niM _ t\ _~. __.. _ _ _ _/

_ YARMOUTH, October 29..r~niM _ t\ _~. __.. _ _ _ _/

_ YARMOUTH, October 29. r~niM _ t\ ?? ?? _ _ _ _/ 29. TMs Day, at a Corporation-AfTembly, Mr. John Ives, MdIV chant, was elected Comraoi-Council Man, in tae room of Mr. Anthony Taylor, Merchant, who refigned. Lately died, juftly lamented, Thomas Munds, of Loweftoft in Suffolk, M-
1 November 1760 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MefTr*. New tom* Cl***, H*a7or, tod Andirtoh, Bookfellets, M*nehefter, A New and Corredb MAP of the WORLD, Ltid down according

MefTr*. New tom* Cl***, H*a7or, tod Andirtoh, Bookfellets, M*nehefter, A New and Corredb MAP of the WORLD, Ltid down according

to the lattft tad bad Difcorciiti. TO sic added, cu icui OHci vat ions on fide*, Trade Wiotf*, and Monfooot, and an Explanation the Afttonomkal and Geographical Terms, with the Appearance of the Planer*. London: Filmed for, and Sold by, Htnrj trim, at the White Hone, without New
4 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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Particulars of the battle of Nov. 3. at Siplitz, near Torgau. Published at Vienna by authority.

Particulars of the battle of Nov. 3. at Siplitz, near Torgau. Published at Vienna by authority.

The King I'ruflia having palled the Elbe near Deflau, Oct. 26. and (he army of the Empire having thereupon retired by Duben to Leipfic, M. Daun went to incamp at Eulenburg, in order to cover Leipfic and Torgau as much as poflible. But it appearing, from the motions of the enemy,
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A CEREMONIAL for the interment of his late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Second, of blessed memory, from the Prince's Chamber to Westminster abbey, on Tuesday the 11th day of November 1760.

A CEREMONIAL for the interment of his late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Second, of blessed memory, from the Prince's Chamber to Westminster abbey, on Tuesday the 11th day of November 1760.

A CEREMONIAL for the interment of his late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Second, of blessed memory, from the Prince's Chamber to Westminster abbey, on Tuesday the 11th day November 1760. From the London gazette, November 4. 1760. THE Royal Body being conveyed from Kenfin
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
*' Piety without oflentation," (fays our correfpondent], " unaffl-£ed humility, a modeft and decent behaviour, fincerity in thought and deed,

*' Piety without oflentation," (fays our correfpondent], " unaffl-£ed humility, a modeft and decent behaviour, fincerity in thought and deed,

moderation in fentiment, which equally appeared in his private converfation and public difcourfes, with love and charity to mankind, which fo vifibly diflinguifhed itlelf, that is not remembeied have uttered a Lvere or injurious toncerning any per/on whatever, the beautiful char
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the taking of Montreal Gen. Amherst. AN humble mute, unus'd rude alarms, Nor train'd to war, nor Ikill'd in feats

the taking of Montreal Gen. Amherst. AN humble mute, unus'd rude alarms, Nor train'd to war, nor Ikill'd in feats

of arms, That knows no loftier (trains than thole which Prom honed joy lympathetic wo, Whon: fair Auguvlj n(«uri(h'd in her bread, \Vith quiet ctown'J, arid vcith contentment bled, Now wakes the lyre, and tunes her artlels lays, To Britannia's and Amherst's praife; To teli the d
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" Mars law fall, and bade it rile " An hat immortal to the Ikies " The to the goddels

" Mars law fall, and bade it rile " An hat immortal to the Ikies " The to the goddels

bow'd, And (aw her vanifli through a cloud; Then tum'd about his horfe's head, pick'd his way through heaps dead: Within his tent retir'd to reft, And fl.pt with honour in his bread. PROLOGUE to Polly Honeycombe. Spoken by Mr King. Hither, in days yore, from Spain or Francc Came
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland