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To the PRINTER

To the PRINTER

S 1 R, r f. **HERE is no paffion more generally inveigh- _£_ ed agaitift than that of anger, nor any qua- lity more depreciated than ihat of pride, and yer thefe are ingredients that are not only ufeful in our compositions, but often the marks of great vir- tues in feme exceffes
1 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
vntNIURG ff.- Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman John Richardson and COHflRr, A ?? in the Parliament-dole ; where Aherttjcmaas

vntNIURG ff.- Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman John Richardson and COHflRr, A ?? in the Parliament-dole ; where Aherttjcmaas

and Subfcnpitons are taken in.
12 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH

EDINBURGH

Extrail of a letter from London, Nov. 13. " The battle between the Kingof Pruflia and Wavfnal Daun, we hear, began at Seven in »he niorning between the advanced pods on both iides ; about nine the action became general, and fee Auftrians having fome advantage of ground, the Pruf
17 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ryUERIES fent by a gentleman from Scotland, for information about the province of Nova Sco- \ia- -which were anfwered by

ryUERIES fent by a gentleman from Scotland, for information about the province of Nova Sco- \ia- -which were anfwered by

a fet tier andfij,}- ertnan in Halifax, of eight years experience cj the colony's fifhery and trade. H y-^HEKCE are the fiPnenes, on that / coaft, fupphed with lalt, and / what is tbe price of (alt at Ha- W V A. From Calais, Lisbon, and Liverpool; price, in the time of peace, fr
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extract of a letter from Nantes, Oft. 7. Letters from Low Brittany mention, tiur a Spanifh fljip from London to Cadiz, with an ex- traordinary rich ca-tio. has been ftranded in the b-y of Audierne, ou this fide of Breft. his faid that a large fliip is entirely loft on Belle life
5 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, 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
 
Young Turkeys I allow you rotor, Parsridges, Pullets. half a Score. Of Houk Lamb boil'd, eat Quarten two ; The

Young Turkeys I allow you rotor, Parsridges, Pullets. half a Score. Of Houk Lamb boil'd, eat Quarten two ; The

Devil's Wt. if tout won't do. Now, as to Liquor, why, indeed. Might I while. it mould be Mead. Glaffes of Wise. t' oxtiaguim Drought. Drink two with Water, three without. Let confiant Ewa& be try'd, And fometimes walk, and fometimes ridt. Health's ofteer found on Higligate-Hill,
25 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
. 2 A NEW WORK. Hia MA J ESTY's Royal Licareca, blintz, being the FIFTH TIME, having &wird firth Nos

. 2 A NEW WORK. Hia MA J ESTY's Royal Licareca, blintz, being the FIFTH TIME, having &wird firth Nos

and Ejltem the World, that Thaw' tb,m have bed 1.11 flute the nil Publieatiod, aid many have fiat to the Pakijimrt from different Polon. ag the Satilaaios aid grist Prof% they havered" Persia' M. bliihed in Weekly Numbers, Price Trim Peace each. T It F 4 lration of the Holy BIBL
25 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To THE PUBLIC.

To THE PUBLIC.

The Motives which have induced me to the Publication of sh•e wont. are the Glory of God, and the Good of Mankind. The Is she great Sumba.* of Divine Truths, given by God Minn - elf, to his faithful Servants, who in every Trial and Difficulty, in tier, Cirrumftance of admire Pont
25 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England