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LONDON.

LONDON.

hrom tbe London Evening Poft, Dec. 28, Extrafi ofa Letter from Madeira, duted Dec. 4 Yefterday came in the Batchelor, Capt, M'Connei,', from Belfaft, having hid the Misfortune for want ofa Mediterranean Pafs, to be made a Prize of by an Al* gerine Corfair, who put ten of h : s M
2 January 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH %.

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Friday laft there was an Anniverih^'S : the regular Mafon Lodges in and aboat ,S] the Members appeared in deep Mcmnii_» 1 the Death of Mr. John Douglas their T«?l ft it ute Grand Mafter. ?? Tis reported in Town, rhat a Ship o .d for London, was on Sunday lall beatba-v contrary W
2 January 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
P L A.NT ATiQN NE, W S

P L A.NT ATiQN NE, W S

WtllidwsbfMrg. Au[. 16. On Thurfday laft lib Honour tbe Prtffidcnt g.ivc art Audience fo the Embaflidor of the Cher- rokee Nation, attended by his Nobles j when his Honour Was pleafed to make the following- Speech': ■ Triindi and Brethren, " I heartily congratulate you upon your
4 January 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
An Extract of a Letter from Gofport,' Dec. 26.

An Extract of a Letter from Gofport,' Dec. 26.

* Since my laft arrived at Spithead, his Majefty's Ship * the Gofport, Capt. Pye, from Nova Scotia. She failed ' in Company with the Torrington Man of War, from * Chebucto Harbour, but parted in a Gale of Wind ' about a Fortnight after they came out. They bring * an Account, tha
3 January 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Ibis Day was Puhlljh iL In Ft. UK V. •.U ' . i ufheS n AMEI. I a. Vy HENRY F I ELDI N G, Efq- Bcu i tit , t omtt-us

Ibis Day was Puhlljh iL In Ft. UK V. •.U ' . i ufheS n AMEI. I a. Vy HENRY F I ELDI N G, Efq- Bcu i tit , t omtt-us

Ibis Day was Puhlljh iL In Ft. V. •.U . i he AMEI. I a. HENRY I N G, Efq- Bcu i tit , t . trrrpt.; tend cfttla. for i. , T j, .i„ Ca-her.r. , , ■' P. C'oliii.s, i-ookftikr. in . B-jrrouoU a. Uci ize; ; a,.a J. Moore at Newrort ° , th cii Oe.uand ihc Pubi:c!;, t),i« has pr.r at fo
6 January 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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The Rambler, No 190. Jan. 11.

The Rambler, No 190. Jan. 11.

Tloravcrc fuis rcfpondcrc favor cm Qvtfitum mentis. Hor. AMong the emirs and vifiers, the fons of valour and wifdom, that fland at the corners of the Indian throne, and aflift the counfels or condudt the wars of the poflerity of Timur, the firft place was long held by Mir ad the
3 January 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Table of the difeafes with which the patients In the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh In 1751 were affirmed.

A Table of the difeafes with which the patients In the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh In 1751 were affirmed.

A Table the difeafes with which the patients the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh In 1751 were affirmed. Difctifes. Cured Recov.\Dif>nij[. Incur. Died Total Difeafes. Cured Recov. Difmijf. Incur. Died Total near the anus o o Brought forward «— 16 2 Ague . o o o 14 <f» Nervous dilorde
3 January 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Grae'd with title courtly Granville fhines, (Full oft a title warms th' ambitious fair); In Mira's praile he penn'd his

Grae'd with title courtly Granville fhines, (Full oft a title warms th' ambitious fair); In Mira's praile he penn'd his

polilh'd lines; But was by Mira drove dire delpair. Ah haplcl* Hammond! how I mourn thy fate, So Iweetly fung in elegiac drains; Whilft from my loul Icorn the bale ingrate, " Who meanly triumph'd in her lover's pains." But hark! what mournful lbunds invade my ear ? Whole plainti
3 January 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

venturer. The hiftory of 609. His rly pious education 610. Put clerk to j at. attorney 611. Startled at the infidelity and lewduefs of his fellow-clerks ib. and of his mailer 612. Difputes in defence of religion 613. intangled in the fnares tophi(try tb: Alfociates with polemica
4 January 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(Vrange, fays he, that Africa there fhould be found any freemen mad enough to fell themfelves; that wealthy merchants, who

(Vrange, fays he, that Africa there fhould be found any freemen mad enough to fell themfelves; that wealthy merchants, who

have hundreds of Haves living in plenty, can fcli themfelves, fecms to Hugger our belief; yet is there not the like madnefs among Change but the words, and molt of your Honours and Lordfhips fall into the fame unaccountable baienefs." Upon military men he obferves thus. *' Honou
4 January 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland