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Some Authentic Particulars of the Life of John Macnaghton, Efquirt.

Some Authentic Particulars of the Life of John Macnaghton, Efquirt.

Some Authentic Particulars the Life of John Macnaghton, Efquirt. Complied from Papers communicated fy a Gentleman Ire. land Per/on of Diftinßion of that Kingdom, now tejsding here. OF the life of this unfortunate Gentleman (event! particolars have already been communicated the pu
26 January 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, January 19.

LONDON, January 19.

This Day his Mjjefty wen: in ftate to the Houfe and made the following moft/gradous Speech from tlie Throne] My Lords and Gentlemen,' I Have fo often allured you my fincere Difpcfition put an End the Calamities of War, and to reftote the Publick Tranquility on fblid and Itllirg
26 January 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The A more infield Ground, if choofies it, Tor Particulars, apply to Mr. John Forbes at . oundlichnet, near Old

The A more infield Ground, if choofies it, Tor Particulars, apply to Mr. John Forbes at . oundlichnet, near Old

Meldrum, to runcis Douglas Bookjeller siberdetn. Moji of the Ground is inclo/ed.
25 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the Printer, &c. the following is Pillion, but a real Fail, and is perhaps fomrwhat diverting,your giving it Place in

the Printer, &c. the following is Pillion, but a real Fail, and is perhaps fomrwhat diverting,your giving it Place in

your ' Chronicle, will oblige, Sir, your humble Servant, J- C. I HAVE fomctimes heard it difpured, which of the two Philofophers was moft to be commended, he who, marking the many Abfurdities the Characters Men, could find Matter for continual Laughter; or the Philofopher who, m
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the London Gazette., Jan. 16.

From the London Gazette., Jan. 16.

By the K I N <7, A PROCLAMATION for a general FAST. GEORGE R." T "T ?? E taking into our moft ferious confederation ?? the juft and ?? wars in which we are engaged with the French King, and the Crown vf Spain, and putting our trull in .Almighty God ?? he will vouchfnfea fpecial
23 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The NEWCAST

The NEWCAST

Printed and fold by JOHN HIT E Poiijp- SATURJ>4T, vK ; j»rt *r m -W-’ .. ♦-•'f:;.- ■ V ■;. -K j * By Letter* from CttydiloDpe of y vfi Advice of Sir June* Dougin. Mi off Martinico; and that had off that Ifltad," who are fincc arrived in Sloop at GjHjbSd^Be: Adqsirai Rodney waa.
23 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tt h SOLD,

Tt h SOLD,

Tt SOLD, THE Freehold ESTATE, with the Capital MESSUAGE, called Am m stom-h tt. In the Earilh •f EUick-hall, in ibe County of Durham, confiding of Acres, and upwards, and capable of great Improvements, now tenanted by Ed«atd Coats, the yearly Rent of ;tl. res.—••Vnt further parti
23 January 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

By fome private letters from Vienns, war leaf?, thai the Empe-r-or'a Mii.ifter at Conftantinoplc bad bocn ordered ta intimate co the Grand. Vi^er. that the warlike preparations of the Ottoman Por-e had A •:■-. fonie umbrage to the Imperial Court, and looked as if the Grand Signo
25 January 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
XTK&TERD AY the Right Honoarable the Honfe of .Peers, preceded, by the Lord Chancellor, die Archbilhop of CaoUrbory, and Lord

XTK&TERD AY the Right Honoarable the Honfe of .Peers, preceded, by the Lord Chancellor, die Archbilhop of CaoUrbory, and Lord

Talbot* waited On his Majefty, with their Addrefs of Thanks* for, his iq6ft Gradous Speech Atom the Throne. ere allured that fitch vigorous Meafures have been concerted for carrying oh the war the Spaniards, that by the Bleffing of God* there is me greateft expeft it will be bro
23 January 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 23. Whitehall, January 23. King ha* been pleaied to nominate, conftitute, y* ordain and appoint his Majefty’s moft dearly bc-0 loved Brother Edward Dike of York, his dearly >-#* '•a* beloved Uncle William Duke of Cumberland, the moft Reverend Father
26 January 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England