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Vasa in King Henry Vll's is Feet long and :6 'mad e , built Jo► the Atrophy, of the nil',

Vasa in King Henry Vll's is Feet long and :6 'mad e , built Jo► the Atrophy, of the nil',

Each of the Part:tint are arched over. 0 A 0 B 0 4 000000 i 000000 0 6 a 000 0 000000 O 0 O 0 a 0 0 000000 00000 o g 4 O I 0 lace where the Corpfe of his late Welty King George repotted. with the Remains of her late Majelty Caroline. tcmains of George William. fficond Son to his
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
on/ F intro:H.o4u aor CAW) .loilofg e GINTLIMEN. H AVIN G beta eacourardeo oller myfelf as Caadirlata for the County

on/ F intro:H.o4u aor CAW) .loilofg e GINTLIMEN. H AVIN G beta eacourardeo oller myfelf as Caadirlata for the County

of Aniglek at the enfuiag Eleftion, and being fupported by fneral Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the Paid Candy. I humbly dare your Votes and Intereft on the Day of Eleitlioa, of which timely Nodes will b., given, and the Favour ball be ever gratefully acknowleJged, by GIN
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Mincheftcr, ’Stockport* Buxton, Aftiburd, and . Derby LFYING MACHINES, In Three Days, froni London to Manchester, SET out every Monday

Mincheftcr, ’Stockport* Buxton, Aftiburd, and . Derby LFYING MACHINES, In Three Days, froni London to Manchester, SET out every Monday

and Tbur/day Morn mg, from the Sevan with tno Necks , in Lad Lane, London, and from Mr. Rad[ ford’s, the Royal Oak Inn, in the Market-Jlrett-lane, Mancbejler , and lies at the Angel, in Northampton, the firft Night, the fecond the George Inn, in Derby, and the third at Manchefer
18 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Thu us dat Night's POST.

Thu us dat Night's POST.

?? Arriv'd Three MAILS from Flahdbrs, and *ft ' Three from Holland. Fram the LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. v. '.Hague, November f. ACCORDING to Letters received from Prince Ferdinand's Head-Quarters of the aiftpaftj no Change of Importance haa been made in the Situation of the refpec- ti
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charles-Town, Sept. 3. Letters from Augufta of the 22d of Auguft, advife,- that about four days ago they were in. formed that the Cherokees were afking for a peace, and that they were conducting down the garrifon of Fort Loudohn, who were then near Erchoey in their way. ■, Sept.
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Friday Morning's Post.

Friday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, November n. Hague, (in the Lctc Gauntries,) Nuv. 7. ACCORDING to Letters received from Prince Ferdinand’* Head Quarters of the ill palt, no Change Importance has been made in the Situation of the rci’ptrtive gran.i Armies in thole Parts. The Hereditary P
18 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
by ELI Az.AD M S where ildwrtilements are takcn in. •

by ELI Az.AD M S where ildwrtilements are takcn in. •

18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ri - Irrjeri kligeirrnd a bateau! rd's Hand. in the Furnace bath be tried them, and received them Brings. 'I

ri - Irrjeri kligeirrnd a bateau! rd's Hand. in the Furnace bath be tried them, and received them Brings. 'I

judge the Nations, and have Dominion over the their Lord (hall relit over them. I be our Guide unto Death. re Anthem was reheated left Saturday Noon in hapel before a great many of the Nobility and Gen-
18 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Monday Night's POST.

Monday Night's POST.

From tbe Evening-Posts, Nov. ic. £ No Mail, arrived from Holland ar Flanders.} LONDON. November 15. Extraa of a ?? from Charles-Town, Sooth-Carolina, Sipt. 9. tXyztPOQ Mentioned in my laft the hoftiliries committed a- j£ 1 1 ay f** 1^ 1 this Coloa J r b y the Cherokee Indians 1
18 November 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, November 11.

LONDON, November 11.

By ibis Day's Mail there is Advice that i zoo of the Garrifbn of Wefel, confiding of Infantry and Light Horfe, attempted on the 27th pad to furprife Body Hanoverian encamped near Schermbcek. The Hereditary Prince, getting Notice of their defign, immediately called in the advance
18 November 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England