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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
 
CHESTER, Nev. 4. Laff Tborfday the Royal Regiment of Chefbire Militia. com • minded by Lord Vifcouot Malpafs, arrived in

CHESTER, Nev. 4. Laff Tborfday the Royal Regiment of Chefbire Militia. com • minded by Lord Vifcouot Malpafs, arrived in

this City, attended by a handfome Band of Mefic ; they make a fine Appearance, and were ufher'd its by ringing of Bells. Lift Saturday Morning about Eleven o'Clock the Right Worlhipful the Mayor of this City, attended by the Court of Aldermen, Common Council, Sheriffs, &c. on Ho
4 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Prince E U G E N E's Prayer.

Prince E U G E N E's Prayer.

1 believe in thee, O my God ?? Do thou ftrength- en my faith 5 I hope in thee, confirm my hopes: I love thee, inflame my love more and more: 1 repent of all my lfes, but do thou increafe my repentance ! As nr, firft beginning 1 worfhip thee, as mv : aft end 1 long fer thee: as m
1 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
In the LONDON MAGAZINE For OCTOBER, 1760. it fMijhti Saturday, November I, vuill be given, AN accurate PLAN of the

In the LONDON MAGAZINE For OCTOBER, 1760. it fMijhti Saturday, November I, vuill be given, AN accurate PLAN of the

Town and Fortification! of MONTREAL, in CaaeJa, lately furrendcrcd to His Majefty'f vifloriom Troops; with a beautiful View of Mtntreol Town, neatly engraven on large Copper-Plate. Month's London Magazine, in Eight Half-Sheet! of Ltnet-Prtft, hcint Jixtcen Paget more than ufual,
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Novtmbtr 1,

LONDON, Novtmbtr 1,

LONDON, Novtmbtr 1 , Yefterday morning the Right Hon. Earl Cornwallis, Con- ftable of bis Majefty's Tower of London, and Lord Lieute- nant of the Tower Hamlets, came Co the Tower ih his cha- riot drawn by fix i or fes, and was there attended by George Pawlett, Efq; Lieutenant of
4 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

LONDON, 23. Demands the I during this juft and I |[jfe-fjf fary War, have been very preat ' a:: 1 rv heav upon Subject-*. VVe ill;** 1 the Region ft der at this, c.t, that the War has been car■ A V. • ' . , J 1 B L» > oil WTh , ft ,n all parts of l«.e that have offensively anu C
3 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, 25. N a letter of ours, ofO&ober 22, from an unfor-> | tuhatc pertbn who

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Post, 25. N a letter of ours, ofO&ober 22, from an unfor-> | tuhatc pertbn who

fell into the hands of the French, after telling the great hardfhips he and his companions fu&ered from them, he fays, On board the fhip in which we were left, we fearched for arms, but found none, but hogfhead of fealping knives.** ■■■■ ■■As there has been a great trade carried
3 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
•prefeot ■ and filver in^Sibefia |licy ■would havt pro-' curcd to ioipetiai majefty, alettfed aoTmalrevcnuexjf tftrlce ’the fubfidy that from'’

•prefeot ■ and filver in^Sibefia |licy ■would havt pro-' curcd to ioipetiai majefty, alettfed aoTmalrevcnuexjf tftrlce ’the fubfidy that from'’

her allies. It is alfo affferted, that thcfe tnines the peculiar advantage of lying in a conntry equally wholcfome and plcafaht, at fmall ciftance from the furface, where the foil is wonderfully fertile, and where nothing but the ihinnefs of .people hinders their being wrought w
3 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

Bank Stock, 108 i -half, a 3 4th?. India Stock, 1393 4ths. South Sea Stock, . Three per cent. Bank Annuities re- duced, 79 1 4th a 79. Ditto confol. 79 1 half, a f Bths. Three per cent, ditto i./kS, 79. Three i-halfper cent. Bank Annui- ties, 1756*. U 1 half. Ditto 17J8, 85 1 -h
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Kings who are Fathers, live but in thir People.

Kings who are Fathers, live but in thir People.

Dryden. $«•_» Kings, like Stars, with Influence unconfn'd, - Shine with propitious Afpeß on Mankind: Favour the Innocent, reprefs the Biid; And while thy fourifb make an Age of Gold / Waller, ?? 0 W pleafing to yield our ?? "'tl reat ' i > an^ p a y tne * at * ci. JsikJ^J L Uf i
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England