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tbr LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. St. jamas, Nov. 7. HIS Day a mo ft numerous Body of the 0 of London

tbr LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. St. jamas, Nov. 7. HIS Day a mo ft numerous Body of the 0 of London

waited on his Majefty; and 1 , roduced to his \I slay by his Grace D.vonlhire. Lord Chamberlain of the. ' John Gore, Efq; made their Compliments dolauce and Congratulation in the following Addrefs. 10 the King's molt Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Merchants of Lond
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHES'i : Printed by ELI Z. ADAMS, are taken RATCLIFFE'. famous Purging Elixir ; being the Purifier of the Blood

CHES'i : Printed by ELI Z. ADAMS, are taken RATCLIFFE'. famous Purging Elixir ; being the Purifier of the Blood

after Small Pot. ice. It cures the Dropfs, Scurvy. Itch, and all old Sore. or Breakin our whatfoever i if continued is direfted, s. the Bottle. which four CHASE', Reiterative Balfamic Pills, for the Cure of Aflmasick Coughs, and so pievens Mifcarriages, kc 2s. Betton's True and
4 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

Sunday evening, about eight o'clock, his late Majefty's bowcis were brought from Kenfington, and privately interred in King Henry the Vllth's Chapel. A party of the horfe-guards preceded, vvho were followed by the Lord Chamberlain, (bearing his ftaff of office) and other nobleme
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
J ADVERTISE M ENTS THIS day are publiflied. and fold by KIN- CAID and BELL, and HAMILTON and BALFOUR. ift.

J ADVERTISE M ENTS THIS day are publiflied. and fold by KIN- CAID and BELL, and HAMILTON and BALFOUR. ift.

VARIOUS PROSPECTS O F MANKIND, NATURE, and PROVIDENCE. 2d, The biflory of GnlLviis Ericfbn, King of Sweden, with an introductory hiflory or Swe- den, from the middle of the twelfth century, by Henry Auguftus Raymond, F.lq;. 3d, The life of John Milton, containing, bcfidcs the hi
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No Mails this Voft.

No Mails this Voft.

From the London Papers, Nov. zo Altena, Nov. 4. We have been fet right in feveral particulars relating to the late hoftile vifir paid to Berlin. The appartmeuts of the Royal Caftle were not ftripped. All the windows ot the Arfeiial were far from being deftroyed. The magazine of
24 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTIS E M ENTS £1)1$ ©ap teaspubltfl'iD, Printed for ?? r incaid and John Bcu, The SE CO N D

ADVERTIS E M ENTS £1)1$ ©ap teaspubltfl'iD, Printed for ?? r incaid and John Bcu, The SE CO N D

EDIT! O N In one volume nitu'o. Price h\ Chilling* bound. HISTORICAL LAW TRACTS. Where alio may be bad, written by the lame author, 1. PRINCIPLES of EQUITY, in one volume fo- lio Frice io s. bound. 2 . The STATUTE LAW of SCOTLAND abrid- ged, with hiftorical notes, Svo. 6 s. b >u
29 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tt> tkc F R I N T E R.

Tt> tkc F R I N T E R.

s 1 R, Irregularity of the Dutch and Flanders mails in time of war and particularly of late, has proved, and may further be of fuch bad confequences to the commercial and political in tereft of this country, that it is aftonifhing that no application has been made by the Merchan
19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extrail of a Letter from Portfmouth, Nov. zi.

Extrail of a Letter from Portfmouth, Nov. zi.

?? The remaining part of the cannon deftined for the expedition, is this morning fliipping oft from Gun wharf, to be put on board the tranlports in this harbour." ' Laft night was diiven on fliore, by ftrefs of weather, upon South Sea Eeach, the America, Kenry Styles Mafter. fro
26 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ji letter from Lltn Chi Mtangi, to Fum Hoam, firfi.prtfiient of the Ceremonial Academy at Pekin,.in China.

Ji letter from Lltn Chi Mtangi, to Fum Hoam, firfi.prtfiient of the Ceremonial Academy at Pekin,.in China.

Ji letter from Lltn Chi Mtangi, to Fum Hoam, firfi prtfiient of the Ceremonial Academy at Pekin, in China. -— _ .. „ ?? HE manner of grieving ror our ac- V « ' parted friends in China, is very dif- M lerent from that of Europe. The $1 mourning colour of Europe is biack, Jg^. hat
10 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

TLxtrail of a letter from London, Novi 4. " A floop of war lying at Portfhioutb, is now under failing orders, bound to Jamaica, to carry out the proclamation of the King's acceflion to the throne. " The Prince of Orange packet-boar, Capr. Hunt, from Harwich, with the mail for Ho
10 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland