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PRICES of CORN at Keu-kei,

PRICES of CORN at Keu-kei,

Wheat - - 30s. to 355. per Quarter. Barley - 16 s. to 19 s. per Quarter. Oats - - 12s, to iss. pei Quarter.
4 April 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
lie Caledonian jnerctitp*

lie Caledonian jnerctitp*

Edinburgh y Tuefday, slpril 7 y 1752, Num. 491 jr
7 April 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
iDINBURGH, April 6.

iDINBURGH, April 6.

iat great Preparations are making at the ra- '-roodhoule and Hamilton for the Reception -.-the Duke and Duchefs of Hamilton, who -::ereoQ Weduefday or Thurfday next. '.'from Aberdeen, that laft Week died at ':I:4th Year of his Age, Francis Walls, by -fri'tei; and till a few Days
6 April 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A View of general ??? of the air for 1752

A View of general ??? of the air for 1752

Basom. Thermom. Apfjj High eft. Low. var. H. L. var. °- 2 9- 1 3 43 4 e 30.4 29.2 s July 30.3 2 .6 63 j 30-1 29-4 6 6 S S9 3 °' 29-4 J7 tr °' 3 29 3| 62 So 3 °' 4 29-4 46 r •St * >-- « 29 s 3 37 tb °' 4 29 "° 2 4 2 4 arch °' , 29 4 3 , 51 38 3°-6, 29.3 4 x [J SS AflJ • U raa y a
3 April 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Witnefs, mournful tribe indigent, Of fatherlefs,- and orphans, all diftrefs'd; Declare, if and tears permit, how oft, With eager. Itep,

Witnefs, mournful tribe indigent, Of fatherlefs,- and orphans, all diftrefs'd; Declare, if and tears permit, how oft, With eager. Itep,

through various paths he trode, deal his bounty, and your plaints redrefs; Which freely you could pour into his ear, Still open to the cries of grief and want. The falling briny tear mult be indulg'd, Which trickles o'er your dewy checks apace. "Where will vou find a friend, wit
3 April 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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A Brief Apology for BRIBERY.

A Brief Apology for BRIBERY.

Before the Principles Liberty were clearly ilated and well underftood, Men were awed Prerogative, which had a Kind of magical Power over ignorant, fuperftitious Spirits: But in thefe belter and more enlightened Times, the Rights of the People and the Prerogatives of the Crown be
7 April 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L 0 N DON, April i.

L 0 N DON, April i.

Yefterday, at the Affizes at Kingflon, Darby wa» convicted of robbing the Mail, fome Months fince» near Blacjtwater-Heath. They wi ite from Salifbury, that on . Saturday fev'* night Jatoes Rcifier was executed cm Kiflierton Gal* lows, purfuant to his Sentence, for, the Muftjbf o
3 April 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, March zS

From the LONDON GAZETTE, March zS

Ratisbon, (Germany) March 20, 17^2. There is juft come out here, at the Diet of the Empire, a Memorial, figned by M. de Behr, Mnnflcr Plenipotentiary «.f his Bn'annick Majettv, as Elector of Drunfwick Lunenburg, relating to the Affair of the SucrefTion of Ollfrife. This Mfmori.i
4 April 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FRIDAY'S POSlv

FRIDAY'S POSlv

Arrived two Mails from Holland. Madrid, (Spam) March 14. TH E laft Le-ters we had from Lisbon advife, that two Peifons, Subjects of the King of Portugal, have been taken into Cuftodv, upon a Charge of having been deeply concerned in the clandeitine Exportation of Gold Coin. Ltih
4 April 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Nt w c A.S t l c ? a COURT of CONSCIENCE upomTtwf. S i "» * or 'b e

Nt w c A.S t l c ? a COURT of CONSCIENCE upomTtwf. S i "» * or 'b e

trying ot Caufes, as ufual, till he held ar ihe Guildhall of ihe laidTo-.vn, on Thurfday the icth ihll. at Nine o'clock in tiie Morning. CUTHBERTSON. To be SOL D, Standing in Mr Thomas Hrrinu'r Yard in Gallowiiaie, i\ STACK ot vety good HAY, at al. ij-'s. per Z\ Ton. Enquiie of
4 April 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England