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{• j q s j Births. ■' " Stanm erc, Suflex, George Lord "J. , Abe |"gavenny, Eirrt Baron of

{• j q s j Births. ■' " Stanm erc, Suflex, George Lord "J. , Abe |"gavenny, Eirrt Baron of

Eng°\ fjfte r ( Hon. Henrietta Temple, wi> ; Thomas Pelham, v " ,^ r gh, Hew Crawfurd younger e ,j r ' Rabina Pollock, only child a P 1, John Pollock of Balgray. °° > JaupK. 3lri '- ar go, Efq; Mifs Calder- n > E&; rof Calderwood of Pol* al. ?° ut ' Wark Wl^e °f Mr Bentley, liat
5 February 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To John Wilres, of Ayleslury, F.P.

To John Wilres, of Ayleslury, F.P.

My clcareji Mr Wilkes, . Mir YOur letter of December iz> 3 ed me, by hearing you l-*' ( fuch a dangerous fall off your I Moderate exercife is good, but exercile, fuch as riding fiery not commendable ; and if" you o oblige Mrs Witkes, you lige all your friends, and all 1 ' who co
2 April 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Gentleman's Magazine.

Gentleman's Magazine.

Mr Urban, March 1753. AT Burcott, near Bromfgrove, Worcederfhire, lives John Tallis, whole manner of life is very extraordinary. He was born at Solihull in Warwickfhire about the year 1676. In the beginning of 1724, being then about forty-eight years of age, he a room to be prep
2 April 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
n> }0r °f the Scots Magazine. *y 8 - *753- J t ran lit of Mercury over the v '

n> }0r °f the Scots Magazine. *y 8 - *753- J t ran lit of Mercury over the v '

le morning the 6th curt ''e. >j, oblerved here with great pleatk 'Itei- le da y Was bright, and no cloud the prolpefl. By the time et ot above the horizon, the ''Kitj . 1 advanced conlidcrable way lll b of the dilk. The fun's s pf 0 - '"fteans of telefcope, on a flieet of paper,
2 April 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Cleanses preleased to be advice to the late at against clandestine marriages.

Cleanses preleased to be advice to the late at against clandestine marriages.

WHen two young thoughtlefs fools, having no vifible way to maintain ihemfelves, nor any thing to begin the world with, refolve to marry and be milbable; let it be deemed petty larceny. a younger brother marries old woman purely for the fake of a maintenance, let it be called fel
3 September 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORY.

HISTORY.

ACcording to lateft accounts from Constantinople, conta, gious diftemper was broke out there, which daily carried oIF great number of people. At Peters, urg profefTor has been killed the electrical fire which he was exTaclmg from a thunder-cloud. A refolution has been taken in S
3 September 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
<11 ToMifs '~ , HOW charming is that f Stamp'd on the face the Such thine, fair March . ()n

<11 ToMifs '~ , HOW charming is that f Stamp'd on the face the Such thine, fair March . ()n

, fee each moral beauty 10 f . fits ; Each (poking feature to our w j Some mental beauty, - g 'Tis but to look—and llrait g' ;' Here fmiles, there v ' Otiters, their foibles (tudious; . tfiJ e ' igfi*' Cheat the fond gazer by al ' With pleating looks thus -( e } She fniiles, and
3 September 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

[•'Tics. Speeches on the third reading of c marriage-bill, by L.Trebotiius 5$S- L. Virginius 593. ...... in Parliament. the militia-bill of the pawnbrokers bill ib. the Jamaica bill J97. Of the cambric and French bill ib. Of the bill for regiftering the Ut nber of people £98. A
3 December 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Proceedings of the Political

Proceedings of the Political

d'f>ate on the third reading of the tnar- ' a e -iill, continued. e {peecb of L. Ti-ebonius Afper, who P°ke next. Prejident, s I have before given my opinion fully upon the biil now under conlideration, ihould . not think it neceflary lay ' g more upon the fubjeft: but • :ilail
3 December 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the pulle often continued as -jjth 6 perfect health, and much fourth or fifth day from the elU^ l the

the pulle often continued as -jjth 6 perfect health, and much fourth or fifth day from the elU^ l the

lick in the main delirious the and no way abating the which was in many cales P I®* boded danger, came on. venth the pulle became more lC ' d not more llrong; heat, relH el^nC delirium increaled ; and }i furvived the eleventh, it was great difficulty, and generally ' go frefh da
3 December 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland