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AMERIC A.

AMERIC A.

Extail ofa letter from Charles-Tozvn, South Caro- lina, September 9. We were in hopes the Cherokees would have exchanged the gar: ifon of Fort Loudon foi about 35 women and children, Cherokee prifoners in our hands ; bur we have jiift received an account of their murdering 2.3 o
19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Ceremonial of the Royal Coronation of his Ma-.jefty King George I. Oil. 20, 17 14.

The Ceremonial of the Royal Coronation of his Ma-.jefty King George I. Oil. 20, 17 14.

The Ceremonial of the Royal Coronation of his Ma- jefty King George I. Oil. 20, 17 14. [when there was noQusen, as at prcfenr.J Publiftsed by order of the Earl Mmr/ksl. HIS Majefty being come to Weiiminfter, a- bout nine of the clock, and having retired into the court of wards, t
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Edinburgh, Monday, November 17, 1760. [Num. 607°]
17 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L 0 N D 0 N. A'ovmher 13

L 0 N D 0 N. A'ovmher 13

The Battle between the King of Pruffia and Daun we hear, began at Seven in the Morning with Skirmifhes between the advanced Pons on both Sides ; about Nine the AOion be. came general, and the Aufirians ►living Tome Advantage of Ground, the Pruffians could not for a confiderable
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTR Y NEWS. Nru. 8. His Majefly has been proclaimed with great Demonerations of Joy in all the neighbouring Towns.

COUNTR Y NEWS. Nru. 8. His Majefly has been proclaimed with great Demonerations of Joy in all the neighbouring Towns.

At Cheltenham (among other Feaflings on th s Occafion) a Sheep malted in the Wool, and the Belly of it filed with Fowls, Turkeys, and Docks, Pertfiamab. Nov. t t, Admiral Rodney failed from St. Helens to Havre this Day. At Spithead the Admirals Holbourn and Durell, with 21 Sa i
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The No. 43p0.

The No. 43p0.

S U N D A Y’s POST. foreign affairs. Com a,n t in op le, {Turkry) September z6. 'OME of the Janiflarici in this City, for want of other Employment, ?[uarrclled among themfdrcs, and ought fo defperately, that fcreral were killed, and others wounded; and had not been for the Prefe
15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Jo hi L E TT, and rttcrcd upon immediately.

Jo hi L E TT, and rttcrcd upon immediately.

Jo hi L E and rttcrcd upon immediately. npi-IE WHITE HART INN, A the Flcih-nmket, in Newcaftle, well £\ accoftomed Inn, contifting 21 Fire-rooms, three W Sit."’s fjoutiii:', the Street, a Brew houfe, Cellars, and Stabling for upwards of 20 * the laid Prc niics arc :lui.i:,d, that
15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
leeneos JSotoembet 18.

leeneos JSotoembet 18.

leeneo s JSotoembet 18. -. 2_r" t ?? r f m Bradf ««l» that his Maiefty King George 3d 0 ?"? d , there 6n Tburfday laft, with the greateft Solemnity, fc«m the Acclamations of a Urge Concourfe of the Inhabitants of that Town and Parti adjacent j that the Procellion being eAn- dutte
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Fine Englilh Made Wines, Clean, Itrong, bright, and dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer in Oxford, Are fold at Thru

Fine Englilh Made Wines, Clean, Itrong, bright, and dry. Made by Ifaac Lawrence, Grocer in Oxford, Are fold at Thru

Shillings and Sixpence per Gallon, By the Hoglhead cheaper. LHewtfe fine Orange and Elder at 3s 6d Gallon.
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, 24th October, 1760. r'HE Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders, Friends to the OLD INTEREST of the County OXFORD, art deftrtd

OXFORD, 24th October, 1760. r'HE Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders, Friends to the OLD INTEREST of the County OXFORD, art deftrtd

meet at the T own- Hall tn Oxford, on Friday the %\Ji Day November next, at Eleven o'Chck in toe Forenoon, to nominate proper Perfon to reprefent the faid County at the next General Election, with Sir JAMES DASH WOOD, Bart. N. B. An Ordinary will be provided at Two Shillings eac
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England