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LONDON, Novtmbtr n. *

LONDON, Novtmbtr n. *

I Norwich, Nev. 19. The following is a copy of a l«tef arrived this fnorning by a fifhing fcoot from Amfterdam, from one of the firft houfes there, dated Nov. 14. " The relation we have of the King of Pruffia's viftoiy " gained Over Marfhal Daun, fays, there are 8000 Auftri- ■"
25 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday Night's POST.

Thursday Night's POST.

from tht LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. 4. CEREMONIAL For tht Interment of His late moft Excelltnt Majtfiy King GEORGE tbe Second of Bleffed Memory, from the Prince's Chamb tr to Wefiminfter Abbey, on Tuefday tbt wtb efNov. TH E Royal Body being conveyed from Kenfington to the Prince's Ch
11 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

Fromthe E YEN ING - PO S TS, Nov. 6. Btr tin, Oaober 1 8. &30C39C HERE is now neither Auftrian nor Ruffian left &t, JB£ in tilis ci -y- Th *y reti «d 1 2th and i tth up- -39( 3§C P" ,he a PP roach of our indefatigable Monarch. )kf-i'&}& The of Hofts P referve us for ever from 'w
11 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BAMLRUPT.

BAMLRUPT.

Timas Stat ten, bttof vtfkam i» the Count Dr.*r. D'./.r ~i ~„ *' December 23, at Guild London M» 2>*. Days appointed for the Payment of D(v , November it. James Rtvmgun „j y r of Pater-noflerrow, in the City cf London, Both feller -Zl p tiers. —At Guildhall, London. PjrfoSJuZZ?
18 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE November 18. Wejlminjfer November His Majelly came this Day to the Houle Peers, and being in his Royal Robes feated on the Throne with the ufual Solemnity, Sir Henry Bdlcndcn, Gentleman ufher of the Black Rod was fent with a Meffage from his Majefly to th
25 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Magdeburg, Nov. 11. The following account of the battle on the 3d infant, is just published by authority.

Magdeburg, Nov. 11. The following account of the battle on the 3d infant, is just published by authority.

Magdeburg, Nov. 11. The following account the battle on the infant, is just published by authority. On the 27th Oflober, the right wing the King's army parted the Elbe at Rollau, where it was joined by the troops under Gen. Hulftn and the f'rince of Wirtemberg. On the2B;b it pro
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEW BOOKS. With Extracts.

NEW BOOKS. With Extracts.

Miscellaneous. COnflderations the German war. 2 s. Jfilkie. _ Various mankind, nature, providence. s. 6 d. Millar. A military eflay. By Col. Dalrymplc. s. Wtlfin. Letter from an officer, on training infantry for aftion. s. Millar. The expediency of a ntw militia-bill. d. Towers.
3 November 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
General Evening Post, Ottober aB.

General Evening Post, Ottober aB.

5, The hereditary prince has raifed the fiege of Wefel. He engaged the French under M. Callries obftmately but was forced to give way. Our lofs is about 1000, the french double. Lord Downe and lieut. col. Pitt are wounded and prifoners. 4. Yefterday morning, an exprels arrived f
3 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO BE LETT, And Eattred open at Lady - Day next. TWO FARMS, fituaie at Denchworth, the County of Berks;

TO BE LETT, And Eattred open at Lady - Day next. TWO FARMS, fituaie at Denchworth, the County of Berks;

the one Ictt to Richard Belcheiv at the yearly Rent of 174.1. and the orher to Francis Belcher at the yearly Rent of 113 1. 10*. For further Particular*, enquire of Mr Walker, Town-Clerk of Oxford. N. B. Denchworth lier within about two Milea of Wantage, five of Farringdon, and
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

At Langford in Berijlire, within two Mies of Leachlade in GUeefierJhirt, and four Bur/ord Oxford/lirt j A FARM, confiding of Dwelling-Houre, a large Dove IJoufe, two Bami, and ether neceflTaty Buildings ; an Orchard well planted; fifty-two Acre: Meadow and Pafture in four Inclof
1 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England