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EDINBURGH, Jam. 8.

EDINBURGH, Jam. 8.

They write from Aberdeen, that a Man's Body without the Head, w r as call lately in at Sandend oi Cruden, fuppoi- ed to be one ofthe Crew lofl fbme Time ago off Boddom ; and that there was found 4 1. 4 s. 6 d. fterl. and a Watch in his Pocket. That on Wednefday fen-night, being
8 January 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
tU dTaittiottiatx JFEemttg

tU dTaittiottiatx JFEemttg

tU ?? JFEemttg Edinburgh, Tburfday^ May 17, i 75 3«' Num. 5004
17 May 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. lauty pubUjhed, and to be had at Meffrs. Gordon and Crawfurd Book- felUr>, and at the Laigh and Nether

ADVERTISEMENTS. lauty pubUjhed, and to be had at Meffrs. Gordon and Crawfurd Book- felUr>, and at the Laigh and Nether

bow Cojfee-houjes, ere. A LETTER to John Warden, Teacher of ENGLISH in Edinburgh: Poim;ng out afew of the many Ablindities and Contra ditf.ion.s-, dec. Sec. eke. in hi. late Ferformanee, enticied, A spelling Book for the Ufie of Englifli iehoeis: Chiefiy with a View ro pievent t
27 December 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E DINBURG H, July 5.

E DINBURG H, July 5.

They write from York, that on Monday Morning laft a Meflage was lent to Edwin Lafceiles at Ganthrop-Hall, fignifyiug that a Par- ty of the Rioters concerned in cutting down the Turnpikes in the "Weil-Riding, intended to demoiifn the Gate at Harwood Bridge, and pull down his Houf
5 July 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS, Infurance Office, Edin. zsth Dec. 17 iz. That ihe Annual General Meeting of the Edinburgh Friendly Infurance,' a ainft

ADVERTISEMENTS, Infurance Office, Edin. zsth Dec. 17 iz. That ihe Annual General Meeting of the Edinburgh Friendly Infurance,' a ainft

Lofles by Fire, is to be held on Monday the Bth Dayof January 1755, at Three ?? Afternoon, in Mary's Chapci in Niddry's VVynd. A. Tait Secretary. The Creditors of James and Thomas Wai Kra, Merchants in Lc_.il are defircd to meet in John's Coftee houfe. Edinburgh, upon Friday the
1 January 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Extract of a Letter from Mctz, May 8

Extract of a Letter from Mctz, May 8

Since the Beginning of this Month we obferve, that the Jews of this City look more chearful than ordinary, and prefume that they muft have received iome good News, but from what Quarter we can't be pofitive : However it be, iome of them have already blabb'd out, that if Things g
24 May 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fram the Paris A-la-mahi, May 18.

Fram the Paris A-la-mahi, May 18.

I ifi Monday the King after Dinner went from the Caftle of La _c to the Sieur Bouchard's, the famous Statuary, to fee the E- ?? Statue upon which he has been at Work fbme Time. Kis iiv was accompanied thither by the Dauphin, the Infanta Dut- ofParma, and the Mefdames of France:
29 May 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[To be continued in our nextf\

[To be continued in our nextf\

Col. Halket's Regiment, now in Ireland, is to embark early this Spring fbr Nova-Scotia, to reinforce the Troops there. Thurfday came on the Eleclion for a Recorder of this City, in the room of Mr. Baron Adams, when William Morton, Efq; one of the Judges of the Sheriff's Court, w
26 February 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Since oztr lafi arrived a Mail from France.

Since oztr lafi arrived a Mail from France.

from the London Evening Pofr, June 2 b*. Rome, June 2. N the 31ft of May we had a violent Hurricane, atten- Dded wirh Hail as large as Hens Eggs, which did a great deal of Mifchief to the Fruits of the Earth. At the fame Time feveral Shocks of an Earthquake were fclr at Sanro Ge
3 July 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
■ a private Letter from London, March 10. [one Weir prefented to the. Commons a Bill for ds from Livingfton

■ a private Letter from London, March 10. [one Weir prefented to the. Commons a Bill for ds from Livingfton

to Glalgow, &c. which was md ordered to be read a 2d Time Read a 2d itted the Bill for explaining and amending the of two Pennies on the Pint of Ale brewed and -Ordered that it be an Inftruftion to the Commit- lon and Rcprefentation of the Truftees appointed c that they have Pow
27 March 1753 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland