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From the London Papers, Nov. 11.

From the London Papers, Nov. 11.

From the London Papers, Nov. 1 1 . Vienna, Oil. 25. General Laudohn after hav- ing made a feint for fome days ot undertaking the ficgc of Schwednitz, fuddenly turned upon Cofel, and foon expects to be in polfcllion at that for- trefs, whofe garrifon confills of 2000 men. Frontier
15 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS SIMON GLENDIN N I NG, Hai opened his SCHOOL for teaching LADIES and Gr NTLE VIES WRITING and ARITHMETIC,

ADVERTISEMENTS SIMON GLENDIN N I NG, Hai opened his SCHOOL for teaching LADIES and Gr NTLE VIES WRITING and ARITHMETIC,

Up the FIRST STAIR above H ALKF.RSTON's VVYND, the fecond dour, oppofiie to the head of Niddry's wynd. He maybe fpoke with at hisown room, or atthe Stamp-office in the Parliament cfefr. CCj* He alfo teaches Ladies and Gentlemen private- ly, at their own houfes, if required. t \
17 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
J'o I: 1- E T T, rt”(i entered upon at May-day next.

J'o I: 1- E T T, rt”(i entered upon at May-day next.

Ontii -mo I'ARIVI, in the Chaptlry of Horl. ion, ami Couiif Nnnlmmhcil.jud. fniuaiiiing Acies oi" Arable, anJ Ground ' incloled with Qiiickhod :t>, * in . oIV. (lion of Jolin and J.nnes (loirs, Tenants. Alton 1-AU.M :i» W'le.nidge. near Seaton delavni, 50,3 Aces of Arable, Meado
15 November 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CoUNTRT NEWS.

CoUNTRT NEWS.

Portfmouth, Nov. 25, This Day the firft Divifion of Burgoyne's Light Horfe marched from our Parade to the Dock- Yard, to embark. Effingham's, Loudon's, and one Battalion of the Guards embarked Yefterday. Lord William Manners's embarked the fame Day at Southampton. Never was feen
21 November 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

LONDON, Nor. 3, learn from Rome, that dccea'frd Queeri of Spam icft by,her will halfa mulidri fcuJi, which flic had in the Mount of Piety here, befide* confiJerabie which Ore had the hanosof the bankers Sijocelli and Raniere, to her Father the King Poland. "olincfii having upon
17 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

Nothing in the Gazette. Nov, A Letter irom King Lucifer Maubert. Right trufty ami well beloved Sort, By Tome illuftrious Shades defcendeH front the Field* of learn with inexpreffiWeConcern, the Atch-Herctick has triumphed over my good Sifter Hungary, your Miftrefs. I heartily co
17 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Lots the l.igheft . . 8«h Day of December the Clock at Noon, Vi' "'i ' Vt ' tc °'

Lots the l.igheft . . 8«h Day of December the Clock at Noon, Vi' "'i ' Vt ' tc °'

Suffix, Afliffnees ~f,l '°r , lR Huh, ia'e of fi " Bankrupt. Occupation. - Alfo all that and Gar W - purtenances, in the Occupation ICftl!le A Pe.fmarfli, „d KUol'te^'^ thereto adjoining, late in the Bankrupt' ( ) Alfo the Bankrupt', Kftate w r.ffe a „a' of and all that Mefluage
17 November 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

At Lang/trJ in Btrkjhin, •within five Miles of Lrochladt in Gltctfitrjhirt, and four'of Bnrjcrd in Oxfordjhin AFARM, confining of a Dwe!ling-Ho«fr, large Don Heufe, two Bami, and other necHTary Buildings ; an Orchard mil planted; fiftgr-two Acres of Mead> and Pafture in fnr Incl
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT, And tntertd uftn immediately, THE Oxford-Arms Hn at Thame, in the County of Oxford ; late in

TO BE LETT, And tntertd uftn immediately, THE Oxford-Arms Hn at Thame, in the County of Oxford ; late in

the Occapatton of Mr. ROBERT HOWLAND, deceafed. The Inn it well accaftomed and fituated in the Market for Bufineft j with good Stables and all other Conveniences. N.B. The Stock and Furniture will be fold. For further Particulars enquire at the faid Inn, or of Mr. Way, in Thame
15 November 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

By letters from New York we are informed, that General Amherft was to fer out the 20th of September for Quebec, to return from thence to Crown Poinr, and to take up his winter quar- ters at that place ; General Murray is to coin mand at Qnebec, with the fame garrifon except the
19 November 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland