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"Original poems and translations. By James Bealtic A. M. 3s. Millar.

"Original poems and translations. By James Bealtic A. M. 3s. Millar.

"Original poems and translations. By James Bealtic A. M. Millar. "IT is hardly poflible for an author in the prefent age, to prefix to his book a title more unfavourable than that of Original roems. The prefs has, from year to year, time out of mind, groaned beneath fuch loads of
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Resolution of the Associate Seybold ??? ing an address to the King. [See P. Edinburgh, April 10 ???

Resolution of the Associate Seybold ??? ing an address to the King. [See P. Edinburgh, April 10 ???

Affociate ture tranlinitted \fl. Aflociate prelbvtery . from the AHociate P rC for making ,n his acceilion to the throne; ttiT t ' me ' n conferring upon though it is mani felt, v ihat unqueftionable evile teftimony which they Oki- ailc * which they reckon Ij« ,' e lori _ 'Red t
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mahriagec. , TLondon.thejEarlofHaiboroTigh, Mann H- Mils Margaret Hill,daup,hrcr ft' the Hon. Thomas Hill, member for Shrewsbury. Slpril 14. Edinburgh, William

Mahriagec. , TLondon.thejEarlofHaiboroTigh, Mann H- Mils Margaret Hill,daup,hrcr ft' the Hon. Thomas Hill, member for Shrewsbury. Slpril 14. Edinburgh, William

at* Snlherland, toMifs Mary Maxwell, eldtft terof Dr Maxwell of Prellon, deceafcd. [xv.422 16. At Edinburgh, David Smith of Methven, Efq; to Katharine Campbell, daughter of Lord Monzie, Talbot, brother the Earl of Shrewfbury, to Lady Anne Bellafis, youngeft daughter to the Earl
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SHIPN E W S.

SHIPN E W S.

Deaej April 1. Remain the Ships as before, and the Daih Wptd, « HogiJl , a ! Tranfpor r . ■^ DEALy April 2. * Cai/ie down. Yefterday, and remain * n , the- Do whs' with .rjie.iaips as before*' ifche Amity's Advice, Longbottom ?? a Viftualler. . Wind' N.E. . The True ?? ve, Grey,
4 April 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MEMBERS e'e.iedfcr the Ensuing.Parliament.

MEMBERS e'e.iedfcr the Ensuing.Parliament.

MEMBERS e'e.iedfcr the Ensuing Parliament. St.dlben't, Lord Newnhain, James Welt, F.Ui. Gr.al Bldwin, Admiral Cotes, ■ " • Woodley.Elq. Berkjhire, Henr) P-e, Arthur Vanfittart, Eftiis. Bedford, Richard Vernon. Francis Heme, Efqrs. Chickefif, LiidGtor/e Lenox, lohn Page, Efq. Camb
2 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Admiralty-OiEce. March 26.

Admiralty-OiEce. March 26.

His Majefty's fhips the Magnanime, Chichefter, Snd Niger, being on a cruize, at the mouth ofthe Channel, gave chace to a fmall French privateer fnow, which they faw in the morning ofthe 10th inftant, and in the evening the Niger took her. She is called the Marquis de la Charlie,
1 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
&atumai?'o p.© B.®*

&atumai?'o p.© B.®*

Fnw ?? Whitehall, General, and other Eye King Papers^ &>c. April t. To the P R I N T £ R, ' S/R, MjB&UBJBi&BI^A' H.EkE are in all Societies Bpsssrif Jojf^^S of Men f° me who deferve l^ e ?? which appears irrational to ?? tn e reafonable Pare of Man- kind. One of thefe I mcc with
3 April 1761 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
%\t LEEDES Jntetitgencer.

%\t LEEDES Jntetitgencer.

?? Vol. \ii TUESDAY, April 7, 176 1 N° 363. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New- Street-End.
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charlet-Town, Jan. 7. Monday lafl the tranfports, with the troops for this province, from New- York, in feven days, were in fight of this Bar, but obliged to bear away again till' yellerday, when fomeof them go: over, and this morning one of them came up ; the bad weather preven
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Dublin, March 24. The loan which was opened for tie fetviceofthe Government for 56,000!. on Saturday 14 was filled in lefs than two hours. ?? We hear that — Blakifton, Efq; Vinerian Profeflbr at Oxford, will be appointed Lord Chief Juftice of the Common Pleas in this kingdom, in
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England