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An abstract of the act 33" Geo. II. for granting federal duties upon malt, &c.

An abstract of the act 33" Geo. II. for granting federal duties upon malt, &c.

FRom and after Feb. 8. 1760, the following duties fhall be paid, o\cr and above all other duties now chargeable, on malt, made from barley, or any other fort of corn or grain, viz. three pence per for all malt made England, and one penny halfpenny per bufhel for all malt made in
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Germanla boafts of Brunswtc's heir, Active, impatient for the fight and Sporken, void of Tear, And Imhoff, fam'dfor Chcvert's flight

Germanla boafts of Brunswtc's heir, Active, impatient for the fight and Sporken, void of Tear, And Imhoff, fam'dfor Chcvert's flight

Britannia Noble Gran by claims, Intrepid in the ranks of war, Young Richmond, Waldg*ave, Kino- SHY, names To Britons and to Ferd'nand dear. are the inftrnmentsol heav'n (courge a proud perfidious Mankind may learn, (uch are giv'n, 'Tis meant to make their country great. Kind hea
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A SONG. WHere-ever young Colin appears, maikec, at church, or at green, The blood rufhes up to my ears: Oh

A SONG. WHere-ever young Colin appears, maikec, at church, or at green, The blood rufhes up to my ears: Oh

! what can this ftrange motion mean * If liften while I tell a tale, Or look me hut full in the eye, I faulter, I blu(h, and turn pale, And words arc quite loft in a regardful this my diftrcfs, He appears inattentive cold. What tortures I feel in bieaft! Methinks I'm wrinkled an
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On the different Reboots of Music. [x.305.]

On the different Reboots of Music. [x.305.]

the different Reboots of Music. [x.305.] A School in the polite arts, properly flgnifies, that fucceflion of artills which has learned the principles the art from fome eminent matter, cither by hearing his leflbns, or ftudying his works; and, coniequently, who i« mitate his manne
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Captures, &c. by British men of war, &c.

Captures, &c. by British men of war, &c.

T) Y the Firm: The Prince Ferdinand, Campbell, London for Africa, retaken, and carded into Portfmouth. By the Griffin : The Hawke, Taylor, from London and the Canary Ifiands for Guadalupe, carried into Antigua; and the Morning-Star, from Antigua, fent into Cape Fear; both retake
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Marriages. Dec. Dumfries. Lord George nox, brother to the Ouke of Richmond, and lieutenant-colonel Ld Charles Ilay'» regiment, to Lady

Marriages. Dec. Dumfries. Lord George nox, brother to the Ouke of Richmond, and lieutenant-colonel Ld Charles Ilay'» regiment, to Lady

Louifa Kerr, eldeft daughter the Earl of Ancrum. Jan. 1760 Capt. James Forbes, (on of Lord Forbes, to Mifs Innes, only daughter of Sir Robert Innes of Balveny, deceafed-30. At London, Lord Pollington, to Mifs Births. Jan. 2. 1760. At London, Lady W-nifrid, wife of William Confta
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To cru(h 'midd dangers of a world unknown, The (avage infults on the Britilh crown.' Sec him return'd triumphant to

To cru(h 'midd dangers of a world unknown, The (avage infults on the Britilh crown.' Sec him return'd triumphant to

his King, Wafted on Vi&'ry's, and on Glory's wing. Had thou, great patronels of martial (ire, fav'rite genius, Clio, to inlpire ? Shall worth, like his, unnotie'd away But with the pageant a Ihort-liv'd day! No; foul of numbers, tune the votive ((rings On which thou fing'd of he
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extract of a Utter from Madrid, Dec. 10. "Twas thought for fome time that the King would remove Mr. Wall, who is much efteemed both by the grandees and the people, from the ma- nagement of affairs : but there is nothing yet de- cided on this head. As this minifter is very dif- i
7 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
,h "'• Thomas Bur' i St S> ' f^ John 8.11, ■cf the City ofN,„» ic ., ... Draper Mercer

,h "'• Thomas Bur' i St S> ' f^ John 8.11, ■cf the City ofN,„» ic ., ... Draper Mercer

Dealer ami Chapmv,' chard ifchani, St. Mary \j , ?ll moncfi v, in Surry, Merchant, ]l r ! " E " Jatnes and J« , i Pater noker Row, London, Botlfe'l r' •?" r.ers. ' a *-l Lcwc«. Wheat, from 5 , [0 , t,om , 6, Oats, 11 , L S > John Blundell, deceafed, at the p,,i '' J in the Count
7 January 1760 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Extrad of a letter from a gentleman of dijlinfiion at London. SIR, I glad to learn yours, that a Ipirit

Extrad of a letter from a gentleman of dijlinfiion at London. SIR, I glad to learn yours, that a Ipirit

at begins to rile in Scotland in favour of a militia, which I think the mofl important objedt of attention that has occurred in our times. It was matter of furprile to us who have lived for time out Scotland, to obferve the tamenefs with which Scotland bore the greateft indignit
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland