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L OND O N.

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According to fome letter^, the corps under M. de Caftries will be employed againft Lipftadt or Mun- fter, before ihe campaign end. Marihal Broglio feems apprehenfive of fome tray- tors in his army. He hath forbid all officers and private men, of whatever rank, to write one fyl-
12 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Every Particular worthy the Obfcrvation of the Cuaiovs, i»cacb the Pome Euildimui, CeiLseir, Halii, * . Ta which it adJtJ, A Tour Blikheim, Ditchley, and Stow; The SEATS His Grace the Duke MatLaoaoueß, the Right (100. the Earl of LiTCnritao, and the Right Hoe. the EaH Timfli. Co
8 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
'This Day is fublijbed. Price only One Shilling, illnftrated with Cud, The COMPLETE FORTUNE-TELLER, ART of H c/cu S-P O

'This Day is fublijbed. Price only One Shilling, illnftrated with Cud, The COMPLETE FORTUNE-TELLER, ART of H c/cu S-P O

C U Si Explaining in the mod plain, eify, and familiar Manner, the whole Art and Myftery of A Urology and Fortune-telling in all its various Branches. Alfo the moft certain and fure Method of throwing Cups and Balls, eating Fire, and all other curious Feats Legerdemain, fuitcd t
22 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Duke of Leeds, Lord Anfoa, Duke of Newcaftle, Lord Mansfield, Earl of Holderneffc, Mr. Viet Chamberlain, Earl of Cholmondley, Mr.

Duke of Leeds, Lord Anfoa, Duke of Newcaftle, Lord Mansfield, Earl of Holderneffc, Mr. Viet Chamberlain, Earl of Cholmondley, Mr.

Secreury Pitt, Earl Waldegrave, Henry Pox, Efq; Earl Gower, Sir Thomas Roblnfon. His Majefty, at hit fird coming into the Conncil, was this Da/ pleafed to declare, that underftanding that the Law requires he Ihould, at his Acceffion to the Crown, take and fubferibe the Oath rela
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
K S wV’s JOURNAL^™ A T 17 R D AY, November 22, 1760. Numb. 395. bU£hcd by W. Jackson in

K S wV’s JOURNAL^™ A T 17 R D AY, November 22, 1760. Numb. 395. bU£hcd by W. Jackson in

the High-Street, Oxford; and R. Bono, Printer and Bookfellcr, in the W’figate-Street, Glocester, EVERY SATURDAY KIORKINQ: And difperfed with the grettcft Expedition, through Oxfordfirin, Berkjbire, Bnckinghamjbirt, WUtjhire, Wvrvrickjhirt, fVorcefterflnre, Glectfterjhirk, Herefo
22 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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SATURDAY’* POST. doubt not that our Readers will be obliged to U s for communicating tbe following moft important Advices

SATURDAY’* POST. doubt not that our Readers will be obliged to U s for communicating tbe following moft important Advices

with all pqffible Expedition -, we have therefore haftened our Publication of the fPeek, immediately upon tbe Arrival of Extra Exprefs.] From the London Gazette Extraordinary. THURSDAY, November 13. Whitehall, Nov. 12, 1760. Wednefday Night. LATE this Evening, a Mcffcnger arrive
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
This is Pubhjbedy (Price only Six pence) jidomtd with a beautiful Fnwtijpieee, (Being the •wittieji, cbcoptfy and merriefl Book of

This is Pubhjbedy (Price only Six pence) jidomtd with a beautiful Fnwtijpieee, (Being the •wittieji, cbcoptfy and merriefl Book of

the Kind ever yet publsj) td.) TOM GAY’s Comical Jester; Or, The WlT’s Merry Medley. Being rooft beautiful Colleftion Brilliant Jcfts, Funny Jokes, Merry Stories, Humourous Adventurer, Pleafant Tales, Smart Repartees, Witty Quibbles, and Bulls, scc. Sec, is AODtr, A curious Coll
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, November 6.

LONDON, November 6.

We hear that the extraordinary Supplies for the Charges of the War, during the enfuing Year, arc already agreed on; that the Money will be raifed at three per Cent, with a Douceur of a long Exchequer Annuity (fuppofc for 90 or 99 Years) of 1 per Cent. There will be no Lottery. W
11 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sunday Morning's Post.

Sunday Morning's Post.

From .he Eve»,»c Post,, end Daily 08. Havetbt'g, OR'Air jr, F Iin ' thC f" Cn)y ,hcir M,rrh *r. ,‘i'pT ?J * ? y Rixdollar that was to be had, and Bills Exchange for the Remainder of the Ranfom. Its computed, that with this, and the Plunder of the Houfes of Chanottenberg, Schonha
4 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, November 1.

LONDON, November 1.

The Expedition from Portfmouih is not laid alkie as hath been icported. We hear that in the late Aftion near Camper, Conway’s and Bland’s Dragoons were roughly handled; ar.d that Mjjir Pollock, & Lieut. Ogilvic, qf Keith’s Highlanders, were killed. Upon opening the Body of his l
4 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England