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T» it LETT immediately.

T» it LETT immediately.

A Well (imated HOUSE, at the Uppcrcnd ril(?tim-ftieet, Newcaftie, contaioino nine f ire looms, wi: i Cel ar. and other Conveniences, now in the PofTeflion of Mr George tmetfon. For fuitfv.'i Par.iculais enquire of the faid Jilt Eine:(on. (e LET T, and entered upon Miy-day next,
1 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON, Nov. 18.

LONDON, Nov. 18.

Marfhal Broglio has intrenched and fortified hi s Camp near Caflel in fucli a Manner, that the Gentle- men in that Neighbourhood write Word, " That the French General has buried himfelf and his Army." . By a Gentleman who arrived on Saturday lad in the FJuihing Packet-Boat, ther
7 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ftibapsi #o8,.F. Low dom, &c. Tburfday, 0£l. 70.

ftibapsi #o8,.F. Low dom, &c. Tburfday, 0£l. 70.

ftibapsi #o8, F. Low dom, &c. Tburfday, 0£l. 70. 1. This Day the King was proclaimed throughout all the Suburbs of this Metropolis. Lond. Ev. Poft. 2. By his Majefty's Death, the Parliament of Ireland, which fits during the King's Life, is difTolved, and a new Parliament will be
1 November 1760 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
G. Foreign News.

G. Foreign News.

Magdeburgh, Ocl. 1 8. The Ruffian and Auftrian General* Czermcheff and Lafcy, who got into Berlin the 9th Inli.n., quitted that City and Potzdam alfo on the 1 3th. The former retired by Furftenwalden and the latter by the Way of Trebi.n, without attempting any thing againft the
1 November 1760 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
M I I*. w t %i%I A 9 ; r*§ I I I _ B~C R^l A&.-is. uv a a kj %■ ¥ J. vj II KJ U XV l^N £\. __L_w

M I I*. w t %i%I A 9 ; r*§ I I I _ B~C R^l A&.-is. uv a a kj %■ ¥ J. vj II KJ U XV l^N £\. __L_w

M I I*. w t %i%I A 9 ; r*§ I I I _ B~C R^l A& -is. uv a a kj %■ ¥ J. vj II KJ U XV l^N £ \. __L_w [N°. 1138- Saturday. November t, 1760.
1 November 1760 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
C A?T XJ R ii S by the fR £ PJ C h.

C A?T XJ R ii S by the fR £ PJ C h.

A?T XJ R ii S by the fR £ PJ h. T He floop Virgin, capt. Hunter, from New* York to Madeira, in her palTag* eff the Weftern Iflands, to the northward of the fard if}- and, was taken by the St, Laurence privateer, capt. St. Martin, belonging>to Bayonne, who, after pillaging and tak
3 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
2f. to grant unto Granville Lovefon Earl Gower, the office of Keeper, and the cujloay cf his Majesty's Great Wardrobe,

2f. to grant unto Granville Lovefon Earl Gower, the office of Keeper, and the cujloay cf his Majesty's Great Wardrobe,

in the room of Sir Thomas Robinfbn, K- B. —to grant unto Francis Earl of Huntingdon, the office Majier of his Majejiy's Horfes, in the room of Earl Gower. By his royal manual, diredled to Thomas Earl of Effingham, deputy to Edward Duke Norfolk, Earl Matfhal and hereditary Marfha
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY’S POST. From the LONDON GAZETTES. SATURDAY Morning, between the Houn of Seven and Eight, our late Mod Gracious Sovereign

TUESDAY’S POST. From the LONDON GAZETTES. SATURDAY Morning, between the Houn of Seven and Eight, our late Mod Gracious Sovereign

King George the Second was fnddenly faized, at his Palace at Kenfington, by a violent Diforder, and fell down SpecchleTa, and Toon expired, notwitbdandiog all poflible Methods ufed for hit Recovery. Hi* Majeify departed this Life in the 77th Year of hi* Age, and the of his Reign
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This Day is Pullijhei, (Price only Six pence) ’Kith a heauttfij Fnntiffii (Bfiwg tkt rvi/ti, chiatrfl, and Ur' ' the

This Day is Pullijhei, (Price only Six pence) ’Kith a heauttfij Fnntiffii (Bfiwg tkt rvi/ti, chiatrfl, and Ur' ' the

. i, tneniejt li(,:k of the Kind ever yet publjhed.) TOM GAY’s Comical Jester; Or, The WlT’s Merry Medley. Being moft beautiful Collcflicn of Brilliant Jefls, Funny Jokes, Merry Stories, Humourous Adventures, Pleafant Tales, Smart Repartees, Witty Quibbles, and Irifk Bulls, Ac.
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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