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TRANSLATION.

TRANSLATION.

V t^ leir Britannic and f 1 !i lr> K„ ra ' tranquillity of e fteadr and fincere ' ' ce £°. ne any alteration ri'' 1 , t ' which has e- Ji Vn' 1 " l ation of " the 25th / V the oi ertfore ' with fatif * An r r ot lhe aflstnbling V B(bur ß» contained made a. Paris the \ °i\ delive
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VERSES to the KING. By a Lady. WHile heav'n-taught bards fing loud O darling of the fubjefl's heart, [praifi "What

VERSES to the KING. By a Lady. WHile heav'n-taught bards fing loud O darling of the fubjefl's heart, [praifi "What

are an humble female's lays, An unlearn'd female's, void of art ? Yet all thefe wants, which well might flay trembling pen, prompt me For lure it fpeaks the brighteft day, That makes unfertile ground to fpring. And what fay, O Mighty Sire, Abflra&ed from thy deathle(s name, Not
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

4. This day George Lind efq; lord provoft of this city, was cholen to reprefent this city, in the enfu ing parliament. REIGN NEWS. London Gazette, March 31. Hague, I have juft received an account Mauh 27. W fr orn the army, that the corps under the command of the Hereditary Prin
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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I Num. 6no| Edinburgh^ Monday^ April 6, 1761.
6 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A letter from the Hon. Charity L ejlie, colonel in the Dutch feroice, and a friend and relation the late

A letter from the Hon. Charity L ejlie, colonel in the Dutch feroice, and a friend and relation the late

Murjhal Keith's the King of-PruJJia, at the breaking out of the prefent mar. SIRE, -equity of your Majefty's caufe. and your moderation towards thole whofe deceitful machinations, and infenfi', bility of vour cicmencv, would juftity themoft rigorous feverities, cannot fail to ra
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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April 1761. Prophecies, Dutch Resolution.

April 1761. Prophecies, Dutch Resolution.

are weapons too im- s Ju l^e m eans employed by N s a defence, and in that lliNiw fr" tlle divine afliftance few Hi? io] , ena him to repel infc' yr e V • . ls reprefentation to the e % has two objects in hanc he willies that t'rSrSger' 7, carefui, we 'gh the the are threatened
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THURSDAY's POST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

THURSDAY's POST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

foreign intelligence. #•- This Day arrived the MAILS from Holland and Flanders Warsaw, (in Poland) March 14. We have certain advice, that of arms was fign'd at Stolpe the 25th of February laft, between thePruf&ins and Ruffians. Stockholm, (in Sweden) March Two points great impor
6 April 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HISTORY.

HISTORY.

Ccording to late advices from the rumour of the Turkish preparations for war not only continues* but daily gains more credit ; and the government of Malta are ftill more apprehenfive, that thole armaments are intended again ft them. They therefore labour diligently to put themfe
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Preperments.

Preperments.

From the Londtn Gazette. April ?. James Grenville, Elq; cofferer his Majesty's houfehold, fworn of the Privj Council. The King has been plea fed, 4 grant unto John Spencer, E% and his lawful ifiue male, the dignities Baron and Vifcount of Great Britain, by the title of Baron Spe
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
an age when ev'ry fenle confpires To fire the with impure delires; 'Midft affluence remp'rate in his guff, Humanely good,

an age when ev'ry fenle confpires To fire the with impure delires; 'Midft affluence remp'rate in his guff, Humanely good,

benevolent, and juft. Yet now we mourn o'er his untimely grave: Not youth, nor virtue could our darling five. Here let the Mufe indulge the pious tear. And melt in forrow o'er young Florio's bier; Pierc'd with afFedting let me blend The fympathetic feelings of a friend, With par
6 April 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland