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Andrews, Commander of the of wr. a &c. London, OS. 6. V 131 1 half a Sths. India ditto 192

Andrews, Commander of the of wr. a &c. London, OS. 6. V 131 1 half a Sths. India ditto 192

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1 October 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Haddington Prices, November 2. ft. Second. Third. Wheat, 91. os. 81. 4s. 81, os. Bear, 81. s. 71. Oats, s.

Haddington Prices, November 2. ft. Second. Third. Wheat, 91. os. 81. 4s. 81, os. Bear, 81. s. 71. Oats, s.

71. Bs. 71. os. l'eale, 81. | 71. 10 s. 71. cs.
1 October 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ji to CO NT EKTTMENT. J» imitation of GrayV hymn to Adverftty. jo.] a youth not yet nineteen. Contentment! fweet

ji to CO NT EKTTMENT. J» imitation of GrayV hymn to Adverftty. jo.] a youth not yet nineteen. Contentment! fweet

propitiouspow'r, Thou (oft'tier the human woe, Dear partner of the adverfe hour, Whom Happinefs is bound to know; Charm'd by thy perfuafive tongue, The tortur'd foul takes comfort long, And Poverty is taught to find New treasures, hid before, to {both her fuff'ring mind. When in
1 October 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ODE for the King's birth-day, 17>-3. By Cibber, Efq\ Poet-Laureat. Solo. AS on the foaring eagle's wing, Aloft the linnet

ODE for the King's birth-day, 17>-3. By Cibber, Efq\ Poet-Laureat. Solo. AS on the foaring eagle's wing, Aloft the linnet

joys to' fing on the flights Cafar's praife, The lifted mufeiiiblimes her lays, Recitative. Let there light, Slid; was ones the word,
5 November 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I watch'd from far the black'ning ftottn, And wafted off the air, That prefs'd with rude a/fault to harm My

I watch'd from far the black'ning ftottn, And wafted off the air, That prefs'd with rude a/fault to harm My

fearful traveller. Now flopping, with unheeded flealth, I catch'd her wand'ring eyes, Whilft the dear queltion of her health A kind pretence fupplies. To prol'petfs that from far invite, I teach her eyes to roam, While rav.ih'd with no other fight, I feaft my own at home. chance
5 November 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
were done pretty well; a we would advife Mrs Danvers to e her tones grief more variable, Ilot to her

were done pretty well; a we would advife Mrs Danvers to e her tones grief more variable, Ilot to her

vo^ce as to l°ine-5U Un " lte H'gible. Foundling, and Virgin unmajltd. ' ,ee ' s Young Belmont was aded with \ A reate ft eal'e and fpirit; nor were -~e pleafed with his wife in Rojetta. W Pro<vok'd Hujband, and Mifs in s Lee Lord Townly, M j- s Lee in Lady Toivnly, gave gene>V)
3 December 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the author of the Scots SIR, Edinburgh, Dec. THE following piece criticifm, is the 10 • fociety of gentlemen, who

the author of the Scots SIR, Edinburgh, Dec. THE following piece criticifm, is the 10 • fociety of gentlemen, who

ioten J efSf you find it agreeable to your 1 to publifh, in your entertaining • lany, a paper of the fame month while the playhoufe col ' open; fo that the public may c t 1 compleat review of the perforin- 11^/^- fuch pieces as are exhibited on douiajt itage in which the nice! 1
3 December 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY's POST.

TUESDAY's POST.

JFOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Since our arrived Mail from Flankers. PetfrsbvrG, (in Sept. not true, that the Englifh Mini Iter the Porte ' I a<s reval '^ upon the ff-..Turks undertake every the two Empires ami n waS ' W<P Forces e not?ghtoopp» thelnfideP, 'without rt who employed era]p
23 October 1758 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Yeflerday arrived Mail Holland, Constantinople, (in Turky) Sept, 2. The famous Aly-Pach.*, who was three Time*! the Dignity of Grand Vixir, dred which Place he was Governor, lit' is fucccetled in his Government, which is one the mod ihe Empire, by pacna, [h
23 October 1758 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Wi A N, having lcveral the iall with the not one having any bad which arc in the natural Small

Wi A N, having lcveral the iall with the not one having any bad which arc in the natural Small

Pox, encourageth him give Notice, that inoculates, asulutl, for four Guineas each finding all Manner th v chafe A their own Wine, Tea and &jgar, lor and a halt, and will be ready receive Pa:ien:s the 28th O&ober and continue the Pra&ice till May following All /'erlons who inrend
23 October 1758 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England