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LONDON.

LONDON.

Our.Advi es from Vienna fay, that the Satisfactions to vvh : ch the -..lectors of Saxony anci Palatine pretend are in a fair Way of beu^g fettled, and to facilitate this they have I'kewile fent Miurfters to Hanover ; and that Sir Charles William^ the Bntilh Minilter at Drefden,
30 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
JOU R N A

JOU R N A

JOU R A TUESDAY, June go, i75 , i.
30 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Home rauft be acknowledged that we have feme intolerable Grumblers, who, if they could i have their will, would pay

Home rauft be acknowledged that we have feme intolerable Grumblers, who, if they could i have their will, would pay

no Taxes at all j On the other hand, there are fome who are ftrohgly fufpedted of being too much love with a certain Monfter called G ——l Ex——fe, and of watching all Opportunities TTovtnake the People in Love with it too. ■■ -* To conclude, let us hope the Remark of the Author o
30 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
{ii} arrived a French and a Holland Mail.

{ii} arrived a French and a Holland Mail.

. , fa lor/don Evening Pofi, June zs. Naples, June i. ug 2.6 th of lalt' Month, at Three ?? H m the Morning, a dreadful Hurricane ;i- -roft on the Coal! of Sorrento, vvhich laft- e(j fcven Hours; in which Space of Time *, oreat Number of Houfes were blown- ■^'-.fpeople buried in
30 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS fff That the SILVER CLUB given by the Good Town of Edinburgh to the Gentlemen Golfers, is to be

ADVERTISEMENTS fff That the SILVER CLUB given by the Good Town of Edinburgh to the Gentlemen Golfers, is to be

Played for on the Links of Lcith upon Saturday the ijth of July nexr. jf uft arrived in a fljort Pajfage from Lisbon, and are to be fold- by ARCHIBALD SHIiiLLS at the Sign of the Hand and Orange, Back of the Crof-ivell, Edinburgh, or at his Ware' houfe in Leith. , firfi Story ab
29 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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EDINBURGH, June go.

EDINBURGH, June go.

It appears by a Proclamation in the London Gazette, that on the 28th ?? laft, their Excellencies the Lords Juftices in Council, for the Encouragement of all Perfons to be diligent and induftrious in their Endeavours to dif- cover the Perfon or Perfons concerned in the cruel and
30 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISBMevJ 2„« » M acquaint the pngt , lN !■ ?? y^f teach, B ,■*■ lkcwiie draws Patterns for IV

ADVERTISBMevJ 2„« » M acquaint the pngt , lN !■ ?? y^f teach, B ,■*■ lkcwiie draws Patterns for IV

caving and S* " aifo takes in and teaches walhing, joining m up of Laces, and japanning after the ncatctfvM Dead Flannels at all Prices, and mounts and ' ""^ N. B. She has given up Merchandizing 2j entirely to the above Bufincfs, and that oftu I Ladies ; for which Purpofe fhe is
30 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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29 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

•to private Letters from a neighbour ingCoun- Yinemore and more apprehenlive, not of the Yiiifcd at, but ofthe Trade that may be car- ■'■Lra'uden; there being good Grounds to be- ■'■'hfhip, fitted out by Merchants of * * * * • rfto th-* Indies under P ruffian Colours ; and •t sh
30 June 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Sunday about Three ©’Clock in the Afternoon, Woman difguifed :n Man’s Cloaths, came to Mr. Scott’s, Shoe Maker, the Cottier

Sunday about Three ©’Clock in the Afternoon, Woman difguifed :n Man’s Cloaths, came to Mr. Scott’s, Shoe Maker, the Cottier

of King Street in Moorfields, and enquired for the People of the Houfe, and being told they were gone abroad, (he went to a Lodger’s Room up two Pair of Stairs, where fe ing only a Woman, flie that was in Difguife pulled out a very fhdtp Cleaver from under her Coat, and Itruclc
29 June 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England