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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
 
There Towns hen d, Monckton, Murray fought, Cardcis life their country's caofe Infpir'd them —'twas her good they fought, And

There Towns hen d, Monckton, Murray fought, Cardcis life their country's caofe Infpir'd them —'twas her good they fought, And

each receives her warm applaufe. Succefs and valour are from heav'n, Not man's—to compafs heav'n's high ends; Both this and that by GOD are giv'n Heroes are rajs'd, and Quebec bends. The fretted Gaul, inflam'd with hate, One defp'rate blow ftill madly aims, And to dillurb Britan
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HezekiahV Prayer, 2 Kings*ix. ij. 16. &c. BEfet with foes, and nigh opprefPd with fear, The pious king to Heav'n

HezekiahV Prayer, 2 Kings*ix. ij. 16. &c. BEfet with foes, and nigh opprefPd with fear, The pious king to Heav'n

preferr'd his prayer: O thou who haft above thy firm abode, Between the cherubs, thou alone art God. Thou mad'ft the earth, and thou the cloudy fky; God of them all, thy faff'ring (ervant I. Bow down thy ear, and hear humble prayer; Open thy eyes, and look away care. Stretch for
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Gjsneral Evening Post, Dec. j 8 AN Officer lately arrived in Town from Quebec declares, that the Inhabitants,

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Gjsneral Evening Post, Dec. j 8 AN Officer lately arrived in Town from Quebec declares, that the Inhabitants,

particularly the Women, upon our Troops entering that City after the Capitulation, were ready to deftroy ihemfelves and Children, for fear of the Englifh Troops, whom- they faid they were taught to believe by their Priefts would immediately butcher them in the moft favage Manner
1 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tuesday Morning's Post.

Tuesday Morning's Post.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Dec. 29. Amved the Mails fram Flanders ana Holland. Hague, December 25, WE have received certain Accounts here, that the Heredi tary Prince of firunfwkk, with a very confiderablc Body of Troops under his Command, arrived at Erfurth the 18th. is farther l
1 January 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, January 3.

LONDON, January 3.

By a Letter from Madrid we have Advice, that it was thought General Wall would be again appointed Prime Minifter, notwithftanding the French Minifter at that Court had done all in his Power to prevent it. The Cartel concluded for Exchange of Prifoners between Pruifia and Ruffia
4 January 1760 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
E D I N BURG H.

E D I N BURG H.

The carte! concluded for exchange of prifoners is ro continue in force bor fix years, or as long as tr.e prefen: war continues. According to the faid cartel, which contains 31 articles, tbe ex- change or rai -bom. of prifoners is 'to be made en the lit day a.r eacb. month; and w
5 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mo.. 434^- S U N D Y’s T. Arrived the Mails from Hol 9. Naples, (I'd'y) 17. AST Saturday, at

Mo.. 434^- S U N D Y’s T. Arrived the Mails from Hol 9. Naples, (I'd'y) 17. AST Saturday, at

Four o’clock iti the Afternoon* frightful «nJ fobteirancous v-as hcatil the of-Mcuot v and towards Night sve new Openings were rear the Top that Mount,'’?, from whence there Haled s of liquid and inflamed Mattel, which ’umitd into one Stream, the Couife runs towards the Tower jf
5 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Of the origin of CARDS. [xiii, 580]

Of the origin of CARDS. [xiii, 580]

A Bout the year 1390, cards were invented to divert Charles VI. then King of France, who was fallen into a melancholy difpofition. That they were not ufe before, appears highly probable. 1. Becaufe cards are to be feen in any painting, Iculpture, tapeftry, £s\-. more ancient tha
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORY.

HISTORY.

Etters from Con s tan t i no le» JL> dated Nov. 10. mention, that the Porte has prohibited, under fevere penalties, all its Armenian fubjefts the Roman-Catholic religion from frequentlng the churches, or correfponding with the prieits of that communion- Thefe poor people, of who
7 January 1760 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland