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LONDON, Novkmbbp. ?.

LONDON, Novkmbbp. ?.

The Letters from Hamburgh, of iho ir>th paf}, mention, that the Pruffian General, Werner, bad laid the Dutchy of Meck- Icnbnrgh under Contribution, and had taken Hoflages : advanced with his Troops to Trcptow and Tollerfee, inS*.vedi(K Pomerania ; put the Places likewife under C
15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To SOLO, the beft Bidder, o* Frida, lit *Bth Day * tbt Hours of two and four Hugh Bqllock, known

To SOLO, the beft Bidder, o* Frida, lit *Bth Day * tbt Hours of two and four Hugh Bqllock, known

tn Wigan, in the County there to kt produc'd, SEVERAL Freehold Mefltiages Dwclling-Houlcs, BuifdL* uigJ, and Parcels Land, lituatc lying and being in Wl, gan of the Yearly Value of 30!. and upward?, net* the fevcral Holdings or Occupations Richard Green Widow, Rclert Longs bate,
18 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
London Gazette extraordinary, jscv. 13.

London Gazette extraordinary, jscv. 13.

Whitehall, Nov. 12 Wednejday ntgttt. J-atc this eveninga meflenger arrived at the Earl of Ho.- derneffe's office at Whitehall, with the foiow.ng j e . ter from the Hon. Major General Yorke, his Ma- jefty's Minifter Pfenidotentia-y ar die Hague. 'n.i"ue,Nov.io, 1760, Monday morni
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I Num. 607 l J Edinburgh, Wednefday ?? November 19, 1760.

I Num. 607 l J Edinburgh, Wednefday ?? November 19, 1760.

19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Defcription of an extraordinary Cave in Lan".caft: ire.

Defcription of an extraordinary Cave in Lan".caft: ire.

Defcription of an extraordinary Cave in Lan" caft: ire. SIR, Lancaftcr. Aag. 27, 1760 LAST Sunday I viiited a cavern, abour five miles fom hence, near rhe raad to Kirkby Londfciale, called Dunald Mill-hole, a curipfiiy I ihink inferior to none of" tiie kind in Der- by-fhire, whic
19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Dr. JAMES's Powder for FEVER

Dr. JAMES's Powder for FEVER

IN CI A MNIA T ORY DISTEMPERS, Pub!ithed by Virtue of His MAJESTY'S ROYAL LE rTERS PATENT. WILL rtmov: (as has capi•rienced in many Mou(and Cafes) any consinual acute FEVER in a fear th ,, qh am:tided with CoN•u LSIONS. LIGHTHIADILDNIs,, and the word Symptoms: hat it taken an sh
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Extract of a letter from Portfmouth, Nov. 9

Extract of a letter from Portfmouth, Nov. 9

" On Saturday evening a Spanifh veifel arrived here from Cadiz, by which it is faid, that 700 of the garrifon of Gibrahar had figned an iiiftrumcnt to make themfelves mailers of the place, thK they had already nailed up 30 pieces of the can' non, that they were to proceed to the
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Price One Shilling the Paper, with printed Directions.

Price One Shilling the Paper, with printed Directions.

< theNNobilityy y Gentry, and Public in general. THE LADIES SUN-DEW, the Four Seafcns the Year, is prepared and fold only by Warren And Co. Perfumers, at the Golden Fleece, near Yorkfiuildings, in the Strand, at as. a Bottle. Which, Ihaking the Bottle, and pouring a little on a
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE S ET,

TO BE S ET,

TO S ET, THe Manor-hou/e of LUDQUII ARN, in the Parijh vf Longfide, and County of Aberdeen, with the Ojfice-haufes, a large Garden, of between four and five Acres, well fenced, and about eleven Acres arable Land inclojed. The Garden to entered to at Candlemas, and the Houfe, Ojfi
17 November 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland