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An original letter of Dr. Burnet to K. Charles II.

An original letter of Dr. Burnet to K. Charles II.

May it pleafe your Majefty, "I Have not prefumed to trouble your Majefly for fome months, not having any thing worthy your time to offer; and now I chufe rather this way, fince the infinite duty I owe you puts me under reftraints in difcou'rfe, which I cannot fo eafily overcome.
1 June 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Quippe nemo qui(q l,a^ ' melius intellexit, C * ' $ Judas, liberalis, benignM ,^.^ i»' t Atque amicus omnibus,

Quippe nemo qui(q l,a^ ' melius intellexit, C * ' $ Judas, liberalis, benignM ,^.^ i»' t Atque amicus omnibus,

Nollot habuit ninllC^]j(l ' l^i Prxter magnos quofdam *' Et declamatores eos ,r '^ cS . e Qui generi humano funt Pacis et Patriae Concordiam, felicem c . In regno fuo confi^'' adeo, Ut nnllus alteri petulanter . Aut nocere 1 Neque, tanquam lib' ta ' In publicum armatus Fuit quan
1 June 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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9 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter from London, June -2. <t By letters from Belleifle of the 22d of May, •ye bear, that our troops had opened all their bat- teries, and were playing on the citadel of Palais, ond had made a breach with little or no obftruction. '• They write from Paris, that on
6 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTI S E MENTS. ANY GENTLEMEN who incline to have their MARES COVERED by SPOT, will pleafe fend them to

ADVERTI S E MENTS. ANY GENTLEMEN who incline to have their MARES COVERED by SPOT, will pleafe fend them to

Mr. Lo'ckhart's ftables at Dryden where Spot will remain all fummer. By ADJOURNMENT. TO be SOLD, by roup, on Wednefday the 2,4 th of June currenr, at ten o'clock fore- noon, at the work houfe in Mornfen's clofe oppofite to Blackfrer's wyrtd, Edinburgh, lately poflefled by the de
20 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ex trail of a letter from Cologn, June j 2.

Ex trail of a letter from Cologn, June j 2.

This day the Marfhal Prince de Soubife fets out from Wefel, and M. de Voyer from Rees, to form two iepafate camps. At the lame time M. deCbc- vert, with the divifion of the right, lets out from the cantonments cf Kalckum and that neighbour- hood, to march 10 Bruck on the left fi
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fxtrott of a letter from L,ondon, June 23.

Fxtrott of a letter from L,ondon, June 23.

-« Letters/rom Rochefort ofthe 2d inftant, im- •oott that the departure of the fhips armed in that ort' which was fixed for that day, had been pre- vented by the appearance of feme Englifh men of 'war • aid that the equipment of the Tonnant, was jaidafldc, for want of failors. ■
27 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I Num. 61 5 / J Ed'wbttrghj Monday, Jutte X, 1761.

I Num. 61 5 / J Ed'wbttrghj Monday, Jutte X, 1761.

8 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
?? OJ N BURG Hs Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CoMPf s and fold at their

?? OJ N BURG Hs Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CoMPf s and fold at their

Printing-houle in the Parliament-dole j where Adver ti Cements and Subfcriptions are taken U: *
13 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Belleife, May 2J.

Extract of a letter from Belleife, May 2J.

" In my lart, by the Hampton-court my ?? was continued down to the enemy's dernier refoi'K-iI I mean their retreat within the works of ther' 3 "! del on the 14th. Things continue much i>"*J fome pofture, as fer fome days more they are IiWI to do: for the bravery of M. dc St. Cro
15 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland