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The BEGGARS OPERA.

The BEGGARS OPERA.

The Part of Macheath hy Mr. CußiUy Lucy by Mrs. Hamilton, And the Part of Polly by Mrs. Storer, The whole Mufick will be conducted by Signor pj quali; who wdl alfo play a grand CONCERT! for the Violin Solo between the iecond and th ; rd Aft,; Leith, Nov . 22. Arrived the Sufanna
23 November 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH, Nov. io.

EDINBURGH, Nov. io.

Thurfday laft came on at the Abbey of Hoiyroodhoufe the Election of a Peer to ferve in Parliament, ia room of his Grace the Duke of Gordon deceaft; when by the Votes of the Peers prefent. Proxies, and figned Lifts, the Right Hon. Lord Cathcart was unanimoufly chofen. The Peers p
20 November 1752 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An Extract of a Litter from Halifax in Neva. Scotia, July 30

An Extract of a Litter from Halifax in Neva. Scotia, July 30

"Two Snows from Holland are arrived with Swedes and Germans, and more are daily expected, being in Number 1400. A Number of them are 10 be employed in the Ser- vice of the Government iv the Works, and the Remainder with other Germans that are here, will be tent to, feme Part of
4 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
F R I D A V's P O S T;

F R I D A V's P O S T;

Arrived tbe Mails from France amd Holland, Constantinople, (Turkty) Sept. 16. TH E Confufion we were in fome Time fince at this Court, is now at an End, and every Thing feems in the utmoft Tranquillity. The Plague, which lately began to manifeft itfelf in this City, is fo far ab
4 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Extraft of a Lttttr from Fort William, Nov. 9

Extraft of a Lttttr from Fort William, Nov. 9

Extraft of a ?? from Fort William, Nov. 9 " I was prefent Yefteiday at James Stuart's Execution, who behaved with great Decency and Refolution. He read a Paper, which he afterwards figned and delivered to the Shen ft', containing a long Narration of Facls, and denying, in the mof
18 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
REFLECTIONS on AMBITION.

REFLECTIONS on AMBITION.

" I" Would rather be the Lord of this little Village than JL the fecond Man in Romt," was the Obfcrvation of Julius Ctjar, in palling by a fmall Town inG4«/, when one i Iced him, if in fo inconfiderable a Place ther ; was any Commotion about the Election of their Magiftra ?? ? —
18 November 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I) X A T H. Mr. ILmy Aftell, formerly a SpanilL Merchant.

I) X A T H. Mr. ILmy Aftell, formerly a SpanilL Merchant.

25 November 1752 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. Foreivn News.

E. Foreivn News.

"©" - - -- 7 . Tot-Jon, Oil. 31. A -new Frigate of thirty Guns was launched here the 20th inftant, and called the Rofe. Three new Men of War are alfo upon our Stocks, and finifhing with the utmoft Expedition ; two of them are of feventy- fcar Guns, and one of fixty-four. 2. From
25 November 1752 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be LETT to the beft Bidders, Aud Enter'd upon at Michaelmas next. THE four feveral Farms fituate and being

To be LETT to the beft Bidders, Aud Enter'd upon at Michaelmas next. THE four feveral Farms fituate and being

in Whitton cum Thurlilon, Claydon, and Dcbenham, in the County of Suffolk, now in the fcvcral Occupations of Mr. Fynn Aldus, Mr. Jehn Rudlan 1, Mr. William Goodram, and Mr. John Gardiner. j"*r Particulars enquire of the prcfent Bailiffs of Ipfwkh. WHcr*»s a Sdbfoription hailt be
25 November 1752 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST,

SATURDAY'S POST,

Frm th Whif v ha I. _, erid General Evening Pefts* &c. Novtmbtr 23. Rente, (tbe Chief City in Italy ) Off. 28. ?? H E Pope, as well as ?? he was quite difpofed ?? nothing more of his Son, but to remove thole Confidents from about his Perfon who had heen the Occafion of their Mif
24 November 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England