Sunday Morning's Post

... definitive Convention with Spain. tParis, Nov. By Military Stale the Troops of this Ktngdortifor Year 1755, it appears that the Infantry of the King’s Houfhold will confift ot 6sto, and tr.e Javalry of 3696. The French Foot of 90560. ten Regiments of Swift, ...

Published: Tuesday 05 December 1752
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday Morning's Post

... accordingly refolced to forth) our Great-Para and Mai to Cr ...

Published: Tuesday 08 May 1753
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday Morning's Post

... Nobleman, has taken upon that Occalton. By Means of thele Augmentations his Majelly’sCj ...

Published: Tuesday 21 May 1754
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Sunday Morning's Post

... Continuance, and has done no Damage. Paris, (in France,) Feb. 14. The (Officers the French and Foreign Infantry, th ...

Published: Tuesday 24 February 1756
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Sunday Morning’s Post

... Woods of Samogitia, as far as the River Niemcn, and the Hills bordering upon Pruflia. The Coffacks and Calmuclcs, and other light Troops belonging to the Ruflian Army, begin to appear in our Neighbourhood, and only wait for Leave to the Enemy’s Country ...

Published: Tuesday 15 March 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Sunday Morning's Post

... upon which fevcral Regiments from the left Wing of the Army of the Emorcls-Qucen have placed thcmfclves un der our Walls. Our light Troops have frequent Skirmifhes with the Enemy. Francfort, (in Germany,) May 6. Wc have jull received Advice from Bohemia, ...

Published: Tuesday 24 May 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday Morning's Post

... Block. Major-General Schulcnbourgcovered the left of our march with Battalion of Grenadiers, one Regiment of Horfc, and the Light Troops of Buckcbourg. The whole Army marched in two Columns: that of the Right, confifting of the Cavalry, who were followed ...

Published: Tuesday 05 July 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday Morning's Post

... cauie M. Keith advance into Lulaiia, without General Nadalli’s being able to hinder him, this General hazing only cr 1 2,000 light Horlc. arc therefore impatient to loam the lifuc of this Enterprize, as it will decide the future Operations of the Campaign ...

Published: Tuesday 16 August 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Sunday Morning's Post

... behind the age ot Haftcnbcck, and took all the Precautions he could think ot, give th: Enemy good Reception. As foon i: was Day-Light, ids Royal Highncls git on Hoifeback to reconnoitre tiie Pofr.i -n the Enemy, and found them in the lame Situation the Day ...

Published: Tuesday 16 August 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Tuesday Morning's Post

... there was an Opening, where three or four Battalions might have marched Front; but behind they had placed three Lines of Infantry; and, on a Hill which flanked this Opening within Mulket-Shot, were placed Font, with 40 or 50 Pieces Cannon; fo that ready ...

Published: Tuesday 13 September 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday Morning's Post

... Motion. heard tlurc Drums beating the trch the whole M 'rnirg; and could verv plainly perceive, from our Camp, that the whole Infantry, which had drawn nearer upon the n'lng unis over againll us, was fi ing oil towards their Right. No certain Judgment, howevar ...

Published: Tuesday 29 November 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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LON DON, December 3

... Eeepett raola ia kingdom. It is laid that the Hanoverians began their march the 18th ulr. the firft Column confiding of Infantry, with 1 light Field Pieces of Nine Pounders. They were jrined on the 19th, by Squadrons of Hcflian Cavalry, 5 Squadrons of Wolfcnbuttlc ...

Published: Tuesday 06 December 1757
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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