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Pectoral Balfam of Honey.

Pectoral Balfam of Honey.

ANcw-difcovcred Remedy for Coughs and Confumptiom, all phthificky Complaints, Aflhmai, and tough Phlegm, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarfenefa, and Stuffing up of the Lungs. The Author of the Pamphlet on the Virtues of Honey has feund that it's flagrant Balfam may be feparated fro
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WILL BE GIVEN.

WILL BE GIVEN.

WILL GIVEN. N Accurate PLAN of the Town and FOrsifiestions of Mott VRR A 1., in Canada, lolly furrenditre his:Mid-Vs villorious Troops, with a beautiful VIEW of eal. Town, neatly engraved n on a large COPPER PLATE. Thio Mirth*: London Magazine, fa Eici HALF-SHUTS Of LtTTER-PR RSA
4 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
[Num. 6064] Edinburgh, Monday 9 Nove. 2 ber 3, 17600

[Num. 6064] Edinburgh, Monday 9 Nove. 2 ber 3, 17600

3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Gazette, Oft. ax..Hague October 7.3.

From the London Gazette, Oft. ax..Hague October 7.3.

From the London Gazette, Oft. ax. Hague October 7.3. The f llowing relation ot ihe action of he 15'" at Campen, has been received h e from an officer ol diftinctioit in tb>* rroops under die command of his Serene Hignnefs the Heredita- ry Prince of Brunfwick, in a letter dated rh
3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
u'-^-Lrd's account of Herfelf aud Progeny.

u'-^-Lrd's account of Herfelf aud Progeny.

?? account of Herfelf aud Progeny. _A-.'A— «a OR IUNE, who rook little care of a- * ny of her daughters, took none at all pi of mc : when I was fcarce fourteen; §."fi 1 had contracted an intimate acquain- sl t.'.nce with rwo lifters ol infamous -*»■" charact ers, called Vice and
1 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

In the late action of Campen, the hereditary Prince received a fmall cohtulion, and had a horie killed under him ; and the Lord Lenox re- ceived a flight wound. The cavalry in general behaved in a furprifiiig manner. Yefterday morning an exprefs arrived from Gen. Yorke, with an
1 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
We hear that as foon as General Amlietft has fettled Affairs at Montreal, he to proceed to the Mifiiflippi, dirpoffclsour

We hear that as foon as General Amlietft has fettled Affairs at Montreal, he to proceed to the Mifiiflippi, dirpoffclsour

Enemies of all their Territories in North America. We learn from Pctcrfburgb, that fome true Patriots hare jeprsfented to the Adminillration, that if a Quarter of the Pcopfe, who have fallen in the War, had been employed working the Gold and Silver Mines Siberia, they would hare
1 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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From th Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers; Qp'c; Nov. ij. From ihe London Gazette Extraordinary. !< WHITEHALL, November n, 1760. Wednefaay Nigbt. LATE this Evening a MefTenger arrived at the Earl ?? Office at Whitehall, with the following Letter from the Hon. Major-Ge
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

George Morris, o: St. George the Mart/r, Middhfeic Me 1 John Roballum and Alexander R -bothim, both ot Di *J2 ,>ant - Clay, Timbcr-M rchants and Copartners. ' m th «
1 November 1760 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDO N, Oatbtr 28.

LONDO N, Oatbtr 28.

We are informed. 1 hat on Sat _-day morning his late Ma- J -Ily being waited on as OfttSl, difcovered no apparent figns of indifpoiition, hut drank his chocolate, enquired about the wind, as if he was anxious abouc the arrival of the ciaiif- ports ac Portfmouth from the Downs, t
4 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England