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Wednefday Foft. A » Foreign Mails fmce our la/}. naval affairs. St. James’s Evening Vosr, Ottober A LETTER from a

Wednefday Foft. A » Foreign Mails fmce our la/}. naval affairs. St. James’s Evening Vosr, Ottober A LETTER from a

gentleman on boat<l the man of ryar, in the river Rich* tlgouch, the bay ofChaleur, (who was taken prifoner by the little French fleet, afterwards deftroyed by commodore Byrpn) concludes thus : The Englifh priToners retaken were fixty men and Tevcn women. Before the Englifh /hip
3 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A new Literary Establishment in Denmark. Extracts from a pamphlet published at London, Nov 15. initled, Considerations on the present German war.

A new Literary Establishment in Denmark. Extracts from a pamphlet published at London, Nov 15. initled, Considerations on the present German war.

A new Literary Establishment in Denmark. IN England, the arts and fciences are left in great degree, to make their way by dint of their own charms and utility. The author and the artift are their own patrons leafl the bcfl patrons they have are the bookfeller and connoiffeur, who
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Whitehall, Nov. 29. The King has been pleased to appoint [i. e. continue] the following Lords and Gentlemen to be Field-Marshals and General Officers in his Majesty's army. Gaz.

Whitehall, Nov. 29. The King has been pleased to appoint [i. e. continue] the following Lords and Gentlemen to be Field-Marshals and General Officers in his Majesty's army. Gaz.

FIELD -MARSHALS. Sir Robert Rich, Bart. John Vifeount Ligonier. lieutenant-generals. David Montelieu, Baron William E. St Hipolite. Hugh [ton. John Eail YVeftmore- William Shirley. Roger [land. John Duke Bedford. James Lord Tyrawly. Cuthbert Ellifon. Charles Ofway. Peregrine D-o
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mr Urban, THere is a beauty in the pfalm, which may not perceived by the fuperficial perufer who runs and

Mr Urban, THere is a beauty in the pfalm, which may not perceived by the fuperficial perufer who runs and

readeth it• The poet utterly conceals the prefence God in the beginning it, and rather to let » pronoun without a fubfbntive, than to mention any thing of divinity there. Judab vias his fandua-y, and Ifratl bis dominion, or Kingdom. The reafon now feems evident, and this conduit
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith.

High water at Leith.

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3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Trom the London Papers, November 30.

Trom the London Papers, November 30.

Celogn, October n Copy of a letter from Marquis de Caltries, dated the 16th. ?? The Hereditary Prince attacked me this morn- ing at four o'clock- and after a very (harp fight of four hours, he was obliged to retire. I reck- on that Wcfcl will be relieved to-morrow." This ftife i
5 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I). Lomdom, &c. Tuefday, Otf. 28.

I). Lomdom, &c. Tuefday, Otf. 28.

At the Court at Saville-Hcu/e, the 27th Day ofOelober, 1 760 5 prefent the King's moft Excellent Maj fty in Council. This Day his Royal Highnefs £d*ard Duke of York, was, by his M^jefty's Command, fworn of his Majefty's moft Ho- nourable Privy-Council, and took his Place at the
1 November 1760 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Nov. 17. Laft Night arrived a MAIL from Flanders. Hague, November 3 . THE Mail which the Mafter ofthe Englilh Packet, lately taken, threw over board, was driven by the Waves to the Shore of Schevening. This would have been the befl; Booty the Fren
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the EvnincPosti, GTr.

From the EvnincPosti, GTr.

Magdeburgh, o_fc*ir 11. We have juft received a coh- •fi.macion of che news, that General Werner, attacked, on 0»e rf infl. a body of Swedifh troops polled near Paffewalck. took fix pieces of cannon, and made about Joo prifoners, among whom are fixteen officeri, one of whom is a
4 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
, PAT • pR. SATEttliAbill 'Peat), 0 k prepared by DICEY and land, *id MOW. Alias - Nom hive now

, PAT • pR. SATEttliAbill 'Peat), 0 k prepared by DICEY and land, *id MOW. Alias - Nom hive now

lo acute 0 T sm. In' g . and NG tt; VirtFfetible to Powee l y, •' Sep • a !M)4 saw. 1 4 1, %pan, i ht II in many &bet * I it in Soot D.c A h o d with.conuderaUld ew.. 'feveral DP/ WA TS SI li: &Airs' makes.; Lila IL. giyin wit h tittles, an St. s C an at Sim t, and J. Rathorm n
4 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England