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►ick, and tome Battalions' The firing A Column of the Vanguard %Witch, and our Front amend led, and the Banks

►ick, and tome Battalions' The firing A Column of the Vanguard %Witch, and our Front amend led, and the Banks

Sowed, that th *aged to fuck Ind remove Tg before that he Enemy pallid the Rhine, The Pa Page The Hereaitary Head-Quarters Hague, Oa. ations made lately Prince Ferdinand Side the Wefer, torite of Hanover mean while a3d in his Camp the Rhine. The King in Lufatia on was following
4 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
From tnc London Pet-:).. October :S

From tnc London Pet-:).. October :S

From tnc London ?? October :S Hague, Ot-l. zo. The Valet de Cl ii bre of Mr, Vereleit, our ndnifter a- the co ■ Berl n, ar- rived here exprefs ?? r -- Fiiday n •-•-,, wiih the news, that that city furrendered the Brb infi b? capitulation, to the combined forces o| ftuffiaand Auft
1 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith.

High water at Leith.

Moon rifes. Morn. Even; Moon's age .H. M. H. M. H. M. Monday j _6 ! i Morn. 25 jlO 2.8 jlO sif Tuefday J271 z 43 jll 18J11 43
1 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Orkney Lift of Shipping.

Orkney Lift of Shipping.

i sth October, Sailed from Stromnefs the Hope- Well of and from New-York, for Hamburgh. 15th, The Phen'xm.l-1 of W.ll*, With the follow- ing mips under her convoy, viz. the Old Prince Rupert, Fowler; the New Prince Rupert. Spur- re ; andthf Se.rhorfe, Norton; all of and for Lond
5 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, October 30.

LONDON, October 30.

Lord Chumlerlain' Office, Oflober 29. 1760. His will hear Divine Service performed at the Royal Chapel Bt. James’s on Sunday next the 2d of November, and have Drawing-Room afterwards; and for the future there will Drawing Rooms every Sunday and Thurfday. The Funeral of his late
4 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONDAY, November 3, 1760.

MONDAY, November 3, 1760.

office from the Tcxel, which he left the 14th inll. and brings an account that the hereditary prince of Brunfwick had marched into Brabant at the head 1 2,<500 men, having left large body before Wefd and that he had laid fevcral towns and villages under contribution, 3. Three th
3 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The four following articles give further accounts of the Allies and French.

The four following articles give further accounts of the Allies and French.

head quarters of the Hanoverians at OvVgunne, Nov. 17. This moment arc allured, that the hereditary Prince of Brunlwick, with the major part of the corps under his command, is marching up along the WeCr towards Munden in order to drive the French out of that place. Bfunfwick, No
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No* 4388.

No* 4388.

SA TUR D A ember i, Mdcclx.
1 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Extract of a letter from <S}_uiberon Bay, Oct. 10.

Extract of a letter from <S}_uiberon Bay, Oct. 10.

" This place may De termed the naval head- quarters of thefe regions, where fome of the hea- vieft fhips conftantly remain by way of grace and defence. We have alfo three fhips off Villaine, and about fifteen others of the line, and many fri- gates, which go out and return occaf
3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
wood, (prinkled with powdered rofin, in matchtubs, partly filled with fand, removing them every birth between decks. When this cannot

wood, (prinkled with powdered rofin, in matchtubs, partly filled with fand, removing them every birth between decks. When this cannot

be performed, as the weather will not every day allow the hammocks to be got up, put hot loggerheads in buckets tar and pitch, the fumes of which are noxious to all forts of vermin, all putrid and confined air. We have likewife portable ventilators, which are continually employe
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland