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EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Joannis de For dun Scotichronicon, cum fupplementis ac continuatione Walteri Boweri, infulx San&i Columbae Abbatis. E codicibus MSS. editum, cum notis et variantibus leftionibus. Prefixa eft, ad hiftoriam Scotoruin introdudio brevis. Cura Walteri Goodall. Subjecta eft, DilTertat
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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J W ,,Teave herce,l « haftc 10 dwe "' » L hc g"nd refort); 'J i.®*l|, ,a ' r T"ruth

fha.ll wait, , PC,he gate, cr court. *»"y arifc s•' with willful eyes 1,1 3nd hli,S thC day ' • f r ? y * ® Warmth and th' enliv'ning a ppiiicfs we want u'lij, , , aj » s °*ge, we hope, will grant. Q * tn "ders conqu'ring roll e ' ,hcr 1 e '»ttr i let us roam: t ,V hc oli r ' ,i
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Part of a letter from Genoa, marchAa.

Part of a letter from Genoa, marchAa.

Part of a letter from Genoa, march Aa. "The ad.v".? from our frontiers fay, that both the uur' ■' Fnria, atri thaxof Naples have com- pleated their forces ; fo'that the latter ham 6c, c00 effective* r'en on fact, and 30 fhips of war, or frigates ■ and the firft 30,060 men, befide
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Paris, March 20..

Extract of a letter from Paris, March 20..

" It is at prefent probable, that all the troops which were at firft deilined for the Lower Rhine, particularly the houfhold troops, will not be em- ployed in that quarter, if the apparent neceffity of forming an army in Provence, fhould prove to be indifpenfible. On one hand, t
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Paris, March 20.'

Extract of a letter from Paris, March 20.'

" Before and after the clofe of the laft campaign vain reports were every-where thrown out of an ap- proachingfpacificr-.tion. At the opening of this, the fame ideas return, the fame dif courfe is renew- ed ; and all this bccaufe we are very apt to believe what we long for. But
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

Extract of a fetter from tbe Hague, Mr.rco .7. " A peace is ftill much talked of; ihe courts of London and' VerfatHes, willing to conceal their negociations as ranch as poffible, fend ac prefer.: the couriers charged with difpatches rtbtive tc* tins marter, by the way of Vllflaa
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tuefday 50J 4__M AD~V E R T I S E M E N T S„ arty's" -®«n? toa^iraHflfceD, printed for

Tuefday 50J 4__M AD~V E R T I S E M E N T S„ arty's" -®«n? toa^iraHflfceD, printed for

A. Kincaid and J. Bell. STATUTES at LARGE, CONCERNING FIECTIONSof MEMBERS of PARLIAMENT in SCOTLAND. Where may be had, _, Seafonable hints from an honeft man on the prefenr important crifis of a new reign and a new parliament Price Is. E3rlof Bath's letter to two great men. The
4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Advantages of improving our.TIME: An Essay.

The Advantages of improving our.TIME: An Essay.

The Advantages of improving our TIME: An Essay. THE natural Advantages which aril'e from the Pofition of the Earth we inhabit, with re- fpecft to the other Planets, afford much Employ- ment to Mathematical Speculation ; by which it has been difcovcred that no other Confirmation o
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Whit*hai.l, Af<"Y*> j8

Whit*hai.l, Af<"Y*> j8

The King h.i* been pleafed to tonllitute and appoint Thomas Fail of Dundonald, George Diummond, Alexander Udny, Richard Danber, and George Rurges, Efqrs. to be his Mkjcfly's CommifTioners for the Receipts and Management of his Majelly's Revenues of Entile in Scotland. To nominat
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
el Dal 4 being the Red Lin len t is•tr a ,. ' Uncaps., on Mord, the 13tb Day Six

el Dal 4 being the Red Lin len t is•tr a ,. ' Uncaps., on Mord, the 13tb Day Six

aad Nine in the Evening as/hall he produced, mple and Inheritance (after Liver. aged about 45 Years each) o r a rith twelve Acres of Land thereto be. , in the County of Owner, being thrm wn of Warrington &foretold; the pre. so a Tenant. Twenty-fix Pounds a Year, red Condition, a
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England