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Colonel Burgane's s account of the attack of the $tb ult.

Colonel Burgane's s account of the attack of the $tb ult.

ON the 4th in the afternoon I perceived the enemy, who had marched that morning by the right, had left fix pieces o( artillery, with detachment of cavalry, and fome picquets of infantry, encamped upon two iniall eminencies in the plain of Villa Velha. fun I had an opportunity of
9 November 1762 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

* JL/. Dulin , O,?. 23. For Tome Days patt tvc have htd'ertW rtant heavy Ri ; n.', with very little Intermtlfion, which (‘■.veiled the .River* the Neighbourhood rhis Citv; and Night, accompanied with hard gales Wind, raked with that the Rapidity the Flood, confidmble Damage !>«»
9 November 1762 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
|'Sh ~ " [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] OV' art takeL-nir'K' ""f'' 1 i« the City; and greater Number of Readers, and

|'Sh ~ " [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] OV' art takeL-nir'K' ""f'' 1 i« the City; and greater Number of Readers, and

more beneftplal i! ,- at r R '"m ° n r m oll ,& » at Saiifbury jM ' Jack/on, at Oxford Mr. Raike?, at GJonctftcr , Mr. GoudHv-'<-1 a ri geWate , r 2' 5 enCer, J Exetqr Mr. Burrougb, Devizes Mr. Stroud, the Poft-Office Chiftf/i- , Tilr , ° fTffi S * nd Tune, not exceeding Una lon
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
q'ke Cat and the Fiddlf,. the favourite CAT of a Fiddling Miser. T«PTrR happy Cat, if in thy Matter's Thou

q'ke Cat and the Fiddlf,. the favourite CAT of a Fiddling Miser. T«PTrR happy Cat, if in thy Matter's Thou

luckily do'ft find half-ftarv'd Mouie The Mice, that only for his Mufic ftay, Are Proofs that Oipheus did not better play. Thou too, if Danger could alarm thy tears, Haft to this Orpheus ft»angely ty d thy Ears oh' the fatal Time will come, when he Prudent, will malic his Fiddle
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Made and fold at J. EVILL's Stocking and Shoe Ware-Houfe, At the Golden Fleece, the Corner of Green-Street, oppofite St.

Made and fold at J. EVILL's Stocking and Shoe Ware-Houfe, At the Golden Fleece, the Corner of Green-Street, oppofite St.

Michael's Church, BATH, r HERE the Shoe-making Trade is carried on all its and made equal in and warranted as fold higher Prices, and fold at lealt Two Shillings in Twenty lefs than the prefent Prices elfewliere, and the following Reafons are aflign'd for fo doing, viz. a large
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The DIMPLE. SYLVIA the young, the fair, the gay, A verdant Bow'r enclos'd, The little Wanton, tir'd with Play, In

The DIMPLE. SYLVIA the young, the fair, the gay, A verdant Bow'r enclos'd, The little Wanton, tir'd with Play, In

downy Sleep repos'd. A Bloom fo like the Peach's Hue Her glowing Checks expreft A Bird deluded eager flew, And feiz'd th? Jufcious Fealt. Ah ! lucky Spoil, tho' rude th' Alarm',- And Sylvia weeping role j Since the Wound its fmiling Form Dimple owe?. J. T
11 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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13 November 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE SOLI),

TO BE SOLI),

SahjeSl t» the EJtate far Life of Per fin cj abate! Fifty-four Ycart. of Age ; I HE Manor of Cottisford, in the Comity of Oxford, being extender Manor; with the Manfion-Houfe, Farms, Lards and Piemiflies thereto belonging. Alio Kihie FriegjirJ, near CollisjorJ, late the Rtiate«
13 November 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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W A N T E D, att Apttbecary in a large andfepaleui 7'eivi:, Turn-over Apprentice, who hasj Three or Four Year* to'fetre; or the Son! an Apothecary that would article for fuch a Term, tor the lake of Improvement. A young; Fellow of good Chari Acr will ha taken on reafonable Terms,
13 November 1762 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
.^.■LONDON, Fiiday Morning, iVW, 12.

.^.■LONDON, Fiiday Morning, iVW, 12.

I. the Council broke up on Wednefday /feveral Exprefes wen di/patched. to Holland an J Germany ; and it is reported, that a Creation *f Ami will bepubtijhedut the Head of both Armies on We dm/day next. : *. Another Letter fays, // * expeßed the Cejfation of Aims \ ivtll be publt
13 November 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England