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To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, Ind FREEHOLDERS, of the (silty of Anglefq. HAVING had reafonable Encouragement, I have again refolved to

To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, Ind FREEHOLDERS, of the (silty of Anglefq. HAVING had reafonable Encouragement, I have again refolved to

offer myfelf to be a Candidate to reprefent tuts County in the =ruing Parliament. I prefume therefore to entreat the Favour of your Votes and Intereft at the Election, which I (hall always ufe my utmoft Endeavours to men am. L. Gentlemen. Your moil obliged( And obedient humble S
13 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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The WITS Merry MEDLEY; - Being a molt beautiful COLLECTION of BRILLIANT DISTS. PLIASANT "TALES. FVNNY JOAKs, SMART RNPART/rt S. MURRY sroatas. WITTY sad HumkkovsAD•ii.NTVlllES, IRISH BV Lig. To which is addrad. A curious CoB.:Ilion of New Cunnundeums, Rebuires and Riddles, !harp
27 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

?irk, yam. 13. On Saturday was Se'nnight died at Wakefelt', of a Fever, Mr. Thomas Clapham. Surgeon and Apothecary; &Gentleman, whiltt living. univerfally efteemed, and whole Death is univerfally regretted. His Love for Mankind was univat's' and fincere, his Concern for the Indi
20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINBURGH: Pnnted for -and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company, and fold at their print ing-houfe in the Patliament-clofe;

EDINBURGH: Pnnted for -and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company, and fold at their print ing-houfe in the Patliament-clofe;

where Advertijlmenti and Subfcrip tions are taken in.
14 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" O V E M BER

" O V E M BER

?? . rhe King oi . * mpleat v'tcio-'t ovtr Marfiial Urrun, near Toroau ; it was ?? of the moft defperate and bloody battles that h -.vs been fought this war, and the Aufhians lent irp- wards off 2,000 men in-killed, wounded a.nd pri- foncrs, and 40 pieces of cannon 4. Torgau was
28 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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LONDON

LONDON

The Hereditary Prince is going on an expediti- on as foon as the roads will permit. M . de Ca- ftries on the other hand, is alfo preparing to ftrike fome blow. Yefterday Major General Studholm Hodgfon kif- fed his Majefty's hand on being appointed Com- mander in Chief of the for
21 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived two Man's from Flanders.

Arrived two Man's from Flanders.

From the London Papers, January 22. Saxony, Dec. 27. THE Auftrian cavalry not being able for want of forage to n.ain&aintheni_civcsin Saxony ? are on their inarch towards Bohemia. Thin/;- ar*. quiet in Silefia, but every tivrig is exccflive dear. Many people are carried ofT by f
26 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraa of a Letter from Yarmouth, Jan. _j.

Extraa of a Letter from Yarmouth, Jan. _j.

" The Alarm tnan of war, Capt Rufh worth, ia arrived here from the Sound, having thrown her guns over-board in bad weather, without being able to bring one of her convoy in with her ; (he has been a month from the Sound."
10 January 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
C. America.

C. America.

I. Nevj-Tork, Dec. i. Laft Wednefday about Noon came to Town his Excellency General Amherft, and Was faluted by the Cannon on Fort George, foon after was waited on by tho principal Gentlemen of the City, and on Thurfiay had au Ad- drefs prefented to him by the Corporation; in wh
24 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. A M X R I c A.

E. A M X R I c A.

fuppofed to make their Nu'nkrl -000^ wtv'V* 3 00, who intend to lay fiege to Fort Prirce r J ' 7 4 deftroy all the Country More them T si IT o ge ' a " d der the Command of Major H uL 5? ** Re S ulars ur " at Congarees, and that tV C 2 ™P ( •? ° r ° 00 > were about ,500. That t'
24 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England