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DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES. ABERDEEN. ON Friday fe’ennight, an unmarried Woman going from Fochabers to Keith, was delivered on the Hill, of

DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES. ABERDEEN. ON Friday fe’ennight, an unmarried Woman going from Fochabers to Keith, was delivered on the Hill, of

two Children, without any Shel - ter or Afliftance. As the poor Woman did not abandon her illegitimate Offspring, but made « drift to them in her Lap, above a Mile further to Hqufe, and has fince cared for them to the utmoft of her power, Juftice, as well as Charity, oblige us t
8 January 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L 0 N 1) 0 N. Zarruay) 3.

L 0 N 1) 0 N. Zarruay) 3.

By a Letter from Madrid we have Advice, that it was thought General Wall would be again appointed Prime Minider, notwhhftanding the French Mini(ler at that Court had done all in his Power to prevent it. Letters from Gibraltar advife, that Mr. Millbank, who was lately fent from E
8 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLIC.

IBIS valuable Book of Emilia; Martyrs being vows fb very fume, as to be feldom found but in the Mints of the Learned or Curious, it is hoped that the Method taken to teflon; is to Public wall meet wi,h general Approbation and Encouragement; skit fellow to be the mat prop-r Way f
8 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LOND O N.

LOND O N.

A ler.er from Vienna, dated Dec. 14. fays, «' Frexjaeitt councils are held on the propofals of peace made by the King-- of England and Prullia. Ihe Era pre. --Queen, who generally wiil have her own way W-U. not hear of a congrefs, tilt Ibe know, certainly, what the King of Prufl
9 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the A U T H O R, trt.

To the A U T H O R, trt.

y\ DifpuM having been lately revived Wh. fi\ fher copper, lead or wood, be the befl ibeat. ing for fhips, it. made me pcrufc again what * tnembcred to have read, ofa fori of tree growing in great plenty upon the coaft of Africa, of whicfc the following is the defcription - "The
9 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The Parliament of Normandy have prefented to the French King a remonftrance agaiiift the edict for a general fubfidy, iflued in September laft, in whicii they fay, " That, accuftomed to give the moft fignal teftimonies of their obedi- ence and allegiance, they would eagerly embr
14 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_n, South-Carolina, Oct. 17,1759.

_n, South-Carolina, Oct. 17,1759.

Extra-Sis rf a letter from Augufta. dated the 6th in- ftant, received the laft IVednefday. The df pofl tion of John Rcid, a perfon inlifted in the fervice of the Hon. Edmund Aitkin, FOg; his Mafejry's Agent and Superintendant ofthe Southern Indians, taken at the Court -Houfe in
12 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTIS E M E NTS. THe tafte for Mullc-l "Entertainm ~r_fs has now become fo great, that the preui.e Concert-room

ADVERTIS E M E NTS. THe tafte for Mullc-l "Entertainm ~r_fs has now become fo great, that the preui.e Concert-room

cannot SCCOCWnodatc the numero" . company which frequent it. To remedy tlr.-- n- coafeniqwy, ths G&JNILE-4ENo£ the MUSIC dl. SOCTSTY' of EDINBURGH, bave refolvcd to BL ILL), by fubfeription, a LARGER and more COMMODIOUS HALL, and have accordingly 2- greed f>r tiic purchafe of a
12 January 1760 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No. 4347-

No. 4347-

S U N D A Y’s POST. FOREIGN r r I K s. Ha 4 B, {H»U*nd) Dtttmbir 18. , , , Db A fry, the French Embaflador. prefeoted to the States General the following Memorial: High and Mighty Lords, « have the Honour to prefent to your High Mightineffes, that the King my Matter, intending f
12 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TAKEN OP,

TAKEN OP,

At Allendale-town, neat Hexham, on Fiiday the fourth Indent, AYoumg, unenter’d, Spaniel DOG, white, with feme brown Spots. The Gentleman, whofe Property be is, may have him again, applying to Mr William Whatton, of Allendale-town aforefaid. on paying the Chatge of ndvettiung, fl
12 January 1760 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England