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To the Pttbitf. _■■• of the Caledonian Mercury.

To the Pttbitf. _■■• of the Caledonian Mercury.

cvs i a, rpHE account publiihed tn your paper of Sa- X turday fe/ennight, concerning the proceed- ings oft lv. presbytery of Edinburgh, at their meet- ing on che foregoing Wednelday, has. been either & - ._r P ' 9 - r \ l owing to mmnformanon, or was purpolely calcu- lated to in
7 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTIS EM E N T S. ?? the Magiftrates and Town Coun X cii of ANSTRU I HER EASTER, hereby

ADVERTIS EM E N T S. ?? the Magiftrates and Town Coun X cii of ANSTRU I HER EASTER, hereby

promifc ONE GUINEA of reward., toeveryv-.il bodied man, who ihall voluntarily .nlift ihemfeives in the Right Hrn. the LORD ABKRDOUR's CA- VALRY, with Cornet james Lumfdaine at inner- gcjly, betwixt- and tbe fiiit day of February next, and that over and above ail. the bounties, a
7 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Prin ting-houfe in the Parliament-clofe ; where

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Prin ting-houfe in the Parliament-clofe ; where

Advcrtifcmsnts and Subfcriptions-axe taken in.
5 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
haaMb* P)«afo(»'to inform the Poblick, that Car iTleet near St. Gilda*. » Qjiibcron Bay, i* healthy, , aM fo' flationed,

haaMb* P)«afo(»'to inform the Poblick, that Car iTleet near St. Gilda*. » Qjiibcron Bay, i* healthy, , aM fo' flationed,

in three Cotumrs, » HMf Difttece, that they effeftually prevent the iTraidboro fttga fttbving. wtU as theJuafuM of the Ene Naval Forces. In this fcrviceable Situation onr (hip* of' Magnitude are alfo protefted from the Weather, and the Accidents of cruizing at this inclement and
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
0* SaturJaj Ufi, Dtcnier igft, 1759, neat fullijhti. With Curious Frontifpiccc (die Whole to be comprtfcd in 60 Numbers. Price

0* SaturJaj Ufi, Dtcnier igft, 1759, neat fullijhti. With Curious Frontifpiccc (die Whole to be comprtfcd in 60 Numbers. Price

6d. each Number, and iUoftratcd with curious Copper-plates, reprefenting the various Tortures they underwent, in Defence of the ProteftanfiUlSghMi} NUMBER!. Of THE Lives of the MARTYRS. CONTA INING A particular and circumftantial Account of the Lives, Sufferings, and Deaths the
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
January 5, 1760. CHRISTOPHER BROOKS, In Niw College - Lane, 0 0 R D, Hereby begs Leave to acquaint Gentiimen

January 5, 1760. CHRISTOPHER BROOKS, In Niw College - Lane, 0 0 R D, Hereby begs Leave to acquaint Gentiimen

and Ladies, • That they may .be I'upplicd his Shop with fine TWELFTH-CAKES Of all Sizes and Prices, <vis.. from One Shilling to Half Guinea each, and upwards. N. B. A great Quantity will ready for Sale early this Evening, To-morrow being 'Twelfth -Day.
5 January 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
(This will be but twice mote adeertifed. ]

(This will be but twice mote adeertifed. ]

Ti it SOLD, THE Manor or Lordship of Markenpield, near Rippon, in the County of York, containing about Acres of very good Arable, Meadow, and Pafture Ground. >ll Ti h-frees with large Qiiantity of Oak, Afh, and Elm Timber, (landing thereupon, mod it full grown. the ma 1 NDta of
5 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ANTISCORrtUTfCK PILLS.

ANTISCORrtUTfCK PILLS.

Made and Prepared by L. L 0 NG* Surgeon, At hi* Housr, near the Black Bull, on the High-bridge, Newcaftlc upon Tynej AN effectual Cu E for the SCURVY, and all SCORBUTICK HUMOURS, a* many Petfons of undeniable Veracity in Great Britain, have been cured by his Medicines, when all
5 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Clje LEEDES

Clje LEEDES

N° 297. [ voi.. vi. j TUESDAY, January i, 1760. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street-Eml.
1 January 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Objections to the dissertation of M. de Guignes in which he has attempted to prove, that the Chinese were an Eyytian colony [xxi. 77.]

Objections to the dissertation of M. de Guignes in which he has attempted to prove, that the Chinese were an Eyytian colony [xxi. 77.]

By M. De/bautefraye, froffjjor of the Arabic language, and Interpreter of the Oriental languages tc the King of France. DEHuutefraye obferves, that De Guignes has three principal objects. 1 • To prove, that the Chinefe cha-1 meters are nothing more than mono- 1 ims formed of Phe
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland