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-LONDO N.

-LONDO N.

Tuefday the Right Hon. the Earl of Rothes fet out from his Brother's Houfe in Audley-ltrect, for Ch. fter, in order to embark for Ireland to take upoa him the Com- mand of the Forces in that Kingdom. His Lorofhip has been pleafed to appoint his Brother -t — Lefley, Efq; to be on
14 January 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D IN B U RGH, January .6

E D IN B U RGH, January .6

Extract of 'fta private Letter from London, f.m. ro. This Day ?? ordered in a Bill tor iht- better preventing Theft? and Robberies; and f**t regulating Places of publick Entertainment, and punifhing Perlons keeping diforderiy Houles"; as alio another Bil, to give Power to change
16 January 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRICES cf CORN at BearKbv.

PRICES cf CORN at BearKbv.

Wheat - - 30s. to 33 s, per Quarter. Barley j - - 17 s. to 194. per Quarter. Beans - - 18 s. to %zs. per Quarter, Tares - - z6s. to 28 s. per Quarter. Pale Malt - ai». to 13 s. per Quarter.
4 January 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Tis RAMBLE R, N°. 191.

Tis RAMBLE R, N°. 191.

Circ.n in Vitium feC'-'t, Mc.iinibus after. Hor. To s.i Ramble r. Dear Mr Rambler, Vf^««w ygbßsfl Hr;s *" crn our Da " s cnnfin,< * to m y !f»%SS ?? Cmn.'jcr by a Cod, which has already Wl§l ?? ken .c from r!.r tl l'l-ys, nine Sales, ?? jHcJ § ye Soows ' an^ ' vHM ' Cnrc ' T . a
25 January 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ny.Extracl of a Lttttr from Boarhills ntar St Andrews, North.Britain, Jan. 17.

ny.Extracl of a Lttttr from Boarhills ntar St Andrews, North.Britain, Jan. 17.

ny Extracl of a ?? from Boarhills ntar St Andrews, North Britain, Jan. 17. " On the 10th, nth and nth inft. we had fuch a con- •• tinned violent Storm of North Eaft Wind, that the like " has not happened in the Memory of Man. Great Quan- «• tities of Fifties were ?? upon the Shor
25 January 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To the A U T H O R, fcrY

To the A U T H O R, fcrY

S I R, By ?? the following Observations on Laziness you will very much objige your conftant Reader, Anonymous. Multam Maliciam docuit Otiefitas. WE are miftaken, fays the Duke of Rechtfotault, if we think tbat none but the more violent Pillions triumph over the reft. Latantfs, w
25 January 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Arriv’d aMa 11 from Halland. FROM THE London gazette. lip Sutboritp* Saturday, January 18. Naples, Deambtr 28. f A D ike FolicaHro, whom the King banj Time fmcc to his Ertate, having fallen into a lingering Difordcr. his Majcfty , has permitted him to come this City for ' take t
20 January 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
ERRATA.

ERRATA.

The tranflatim of the mottoes, &c. of the Ramblers infirted in this volume. Tog-12. No faith of partnerfhip dominion owns; Still difcord hovers o'er divided thrones. Xfi. Henry and Alfred Clos'd their long glories with a figh, to find unwilling gratitude of mankind. 19. The yout
3 January 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
K i> 1 N lIU R G H F..'. C urp.nt Dccr. 31. ; ,;ru». Per. 3''. Wc receive! 1.-'" Week

K i> 1 N lIU R G H F..'. C urp.nt Dccr. 31. ; ,;ru». Per. 3''. Wc receive! 1.-'" Week

K i> N R G F..'. urp.nt Dccr. 31. ; ,;ru». Per. 3''. receive! 1.-'" Week rrccaulc N'*w' that the .mp to this Place, hi her -m Vt • r.ia, v. the i6rh inft. in J ) '.k fJav, the Ccnll of I'elnn'i •_ but, Ui i. ;:t, tb-t iV-rt mav jVved, not without fuflaiariie Men • \ f Hl' ?.n Ex-
7 January 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, Die. %i. They write from Kirkcud- bright, that on Tuefday was fev'night a Farmer's Son there having fto len a Shilling from his Father, he on Difcovery chid him feverely for it, and told him he was going to the Devil ; to which the Son replied, Ay, Ay, anJ in a little
3 January 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England