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18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TUESDAY’S POST. Fiwnths LONDON GAZETTE, November n. Hague, Nev. 7. CCORDING to Letter* received from Prince Ferdinand's %ead-Quarter* of the

TUESDAY’S POST. Fiwnths LONDON GAZETTE, November n. Hague, Nev. 7. CCORDING to Letter* received from Prince Ferdinand's %ead-Quarter* of the

lft ,ft * eof Importance has been made in the Situation of the refpeftive grand Armies in thofe Parts. The Hereditary Prince we bear, had left bis Camp at Klcinen Reckom, and having reinforced the Garrifon Manlier, marched towards Hamm, which Place his Highnels it fuppofed to ha
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
We have juft received Advice of the King’* patting the Elb Yefterday near Dcflau, ia order to be joined by

We have juft received Advice of the King’* patting the Elb Yefterday near Dcflau, ia order to be joined by

the Troop* under Prince Eugene and General Hulfen. Frantfort on Oder, Oft. 19. We have juft received Intelligence that the Body of Ruffian Troop* which encamped in the Neighbourhood of Cuftrio, hare withdrawn from thence, and are marching toward* the Frontier of Poland. Hamburgh
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Gloucester. Peter Hancock of Twyning, John De la Field Phelps of Dursley, James Lamb of Fareford, Esqrs. Hertford. Richard Beard

Gloucester. Peter Hancock of Twyning, John De la Field Phelps of Dursley, James Lamb of Fareford, Esqrs. Hertford. Richard Beard

GUuetfttr. Peter Hancock f»f Twyning, John De la Field Phelps of Durfley, James Lamb of Farefbrd, Efors. Htrtford. Richard Beard Harcourt of Albury, Lyonel of Ayot St. Lawrence, John Aihforby of Chediunt, Efqrs. Umford. James Bowman Clarke of Wharton, Edward Greenby of Huntingdon
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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
 
IV ESTM INS TER JOURNAL.

IV ESTM INS TER JOURNAL.

3NE may, without any fpirit or pro- phecy, foretel, that the melan- choly event of his iate Majefty's death, will give frefli fpirits to the enemies of our happy conftitution 5 and as fome ?? to it may be impofed upon by their exultations, the inten- tion ofthis paper is to exam
19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS THE Lands of HUMBIE MAINS EVSIMELD of IPP„R-Ivl|h, and PARKS of HUMBIF, which woe in the ratur J poflclfion

ADVERTISEMENTS THE Lands of HUMBIE MAINS EVSIMELD of IPP„R-Ivl|h, and PARKS of HUMBIF, which woe in the ratur J poflclfion

of James Hepburn Elq-, of Humbic, b (C . iy deceafed, witli the Well Park, or Himoic, ?.pj rubers, are ro be let and enteicd to tmmcdtarcfv — — — And the farms of Lcngbmc, Htjrhicr, KeiJ-l hill and the middle-room of Upper Keith i >i, " fentiy poflcfled by John Thomfen, are to b
19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charlt ft 'oivn, Sept. ;. Letters from Augufta, of the zzd ot Augiift, advife, thar about°lour days ago they were informed that the Cherokee* were asking tor a peace, and that they were con- ducting down the garrifon of Fort Loudon, who were then near Eichoey in their way. Charl
15 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
 
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