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NEWCASTLE CO UR A

NEWCASTLE CO UR A

Printed and fold by JOHN WHITE, his Printing-Office in Newcastle upon Ttne. SATURDATi November 15, Mdcclx. We hear that a Challenge was given by a General Officer to a Nobleman, like wife a General; and (hat they both met, with their Seconds in Mary-le-bonc Fields on Tuefday lad
15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
F R 1 D' A Y’s POST.

F R 1 D' A Y’s POST.

F R 1 A POST. frcm tkt London Gazette; Westmins TER, Kovtmbtr 18. HI Majcfty came this Day the Houfe of Peers, and bcinj’ in his Roval Robes feated on the Throne with the ufual Solemnity, Sir Henry Bcllenden, Gentleman of the Black Ro3, was font with Meffage from his Maiedy the ‘
22 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
r Wordily .f November will k Maki ( dansta with C,j'.r enraved) Numbs' 1. of T E ROYAL BIBLE: 3

r Wordily .f November will k Maki ( dansta with C,j'.r enraved) Numbs' 1. of T E ROYAL BIBLE: 3

or a compim sod, of CHRISTIAN DIVINITY. Containing the Holy Scriptures at lam and a full and clear planation of all the difficult Taxis from the various Readings of Author. anciene and modern; together with hißoxical and critical Notes and Obfervations on she Whole. Moaned with
25 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the GENTLEMEN, CLNECY, and FREEHOLDERS, of the Costaty of Attgbity. HAVING had reafonable EncJuragement, I have refolved to offer

To the GENTLEMEN, CLNECY, and FREEHOLDERS, of the Costaty of Attgbity. HAVING had reafonable EncJuragement, I have refolved to offer

myfelt to be a Candidate to rtprefent this County in the enfding Parliament. I presume therefore to entreat the Favour of your Votes and fnterelt at the Elettion, which I !hall always ufe my utmoft Endeavours to merit. I am. Gentlemen, Of— Your moll obliged And obedient humble S
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Extradl of a letter from Falmouth, Nov. 7. '.

Extradl of a letter from Falmouth, Nov. 7. '.

Extradl of a letter from Falmouth, Nov. 7. ?? "We failed the 10th September from Falmouth with the wind at S. E. On the 13th fpoke vviih his Majefty's fliip BelIona ; Capt. Dennis. The zith made Oipe Ortugal and ftood clofe in. The wind came to the S. W. and blew very ftrong. We
17 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter from London, Nov. i. " They write from Portfmouth, dated Oct. 5 ift That on the 50th, his Majefty's fhips, St. George, Xlippon, Lyon, and Hynd, with the Lurcher, "fakon, and Bacchus coafters, and above 130 fail 0 f tranfporrs had arrived from the Downs. There
5 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith.

High water at Leith.

Moon fets. Me»rn. Even. Moon's age. H. M. H. M H. M. Friday 1 30 ! o Even, o! 1 i;j 1 48 Saturday J 1 J 4. 341 "*■ i°| * 3_
5 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the fronltets of Mecklenbourg-, Oct. i».

From the fronltets of Mecklenbourg-, Oct. i».

General Werner has entered this dutchy, and fix- ed his head-quarrers at Malchid. He has exacted of the country four thoufand horfes, and a con- tribution of eight hundred thoufand crowns, on pain of military execution.
3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS JOURNEYMEN TAYLORS ?? •I to COME lO EDINBURGH ihall hay,. aa due encouragement, on applying ro Dwc-.n Bow- man|in

ADVERTISEMENTS JOURNEYMEN TAYLORS ?? •I to COME lO EDINBURGH ihall hay,. aa due encouragement, on applying ro Dwc-.n Bow- man|in

the Luckcnbooths, Deacon Kemp in the Ca- nongare, or Deacon Grieve in the --'otterow. For Winter Running, 1760, THE three large INCLOSURES ac Todhilb, and hve <t raitr.icnde, on u.e high road from Emuburtih to DaiKcith. **c nfifting of Ijo acres, good toj.gage, n«>i paftured thi
3 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tc the V R 1 N T E R.. &c

Tc the V R 1 N T E R.. &c

s 1 R, M Maubert, after fetting the power o'i the Houfe of Bvandenburgb in a very formidable light, the beuer to prove the neceiiity of j. pulling it down, proceeds as follows : « But if we give a little fcope to imagination I.ow many new resources for the powerof Pruf- hi fhall
22 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland