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L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

The Swedifli army in Pomerania is actually res*. forc-d with 5000 men, who, it is faid, will > 0 , joined by a party of Ruffians, in cafe of exigency" as the court of France is inclined to fettle A own affairs without the cr-.ncurrer.ee of their alfe-' Eight Swedifh men of war l
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTI S E M E N T S. Mr. and Mrs. M I T C H E L L, At

ADVERTI S E M E N T S. Mr. and Mrs. M I T C H E L L, At

their houfe, Covenant Clofe, Edinburah, hav- ing now proper accommodation for more board- ers than they could formerly contain, continue the BOARDING of YOUNG LADIES, atthe ufea! pnee of fix pounds per quarter, who are taught the following articles, without any ad- ditional char
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EPILOG U E.

EPILOG U E.

Written h Mr. Gcrrick, fpokcn vy Mrs Tales, Blefs me, this fummer work is fe fatiguing ?? And then our play's fo buffing, fo intriguing ! Such mining, Ughing, fcolding, all-together — Theft love affairs (bit befl in colder weather. At this warm time thefe writers fhoold not trea
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE..M E N.

' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE..M E N.

' The DRAM A T I S PERSON JE. M E N. Sir John Refllefs. ?? - Mr Yates Beverly, in love with Belinda, Mr. Obrien Young Belmont, in love with Clariffe, - - Mr. Miller Sir William Blandford, father to Belinda, - - - M Baddeley Sir "William Belmont, father to young Belmont, - - MA Da
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddpman, John Richardson and CO-* p f X and fold at their Prmting-houfe jn

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddpman, John Richardson and CO-* p f X and fold at their Prmting-houfe jn

the Pailiameiit-clofe j where Athartifcmcnu and Subfcriptivns are cak^n v
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Haddington prices of grain, June 24.

Haddington prices of grain, June 24.

iieft. Second. Third. 1. s. 1 s. 1. s. Wheat s § 8 0.712. £ear 5 8 5 2 4 16 Oats 5 z 4 16 4 4 Peafe 4 16 4 12 ' 4 10 High wa te r at Leitb. Mson rifes. Morn. Even. Moon's age. H. Ivi. H. M. H. M. Friday (14 00 Morn. 2.2.; 8 ip! 8 ?? Saturday J25 ,00 36 j 9 18 J 9 58
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PROLOGUE

PROLOGUE

To All in ihe Irrorg. Written and Spoken by Mr.A'OOTE. To-night be it known to box, galiVies, and p?"-. Will beopen'd th' original warehouie for wit ; The new manufacture, Foote and Co. undertakers, Play, opera, prfetomimc-, ferce — by rhe maker-. We (corn, like our brethren, ou
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, June 20.

From the London Papers, June 20.

Dref'.en, June 5. Marfhal Daun is gone to con- fuU with General Laudohn ahout the meafures that may be moft proper to be taken under the prefent circumftances of affairs. General Haddiek com- Binnds the Imperial troops in his abfence, part of which are already encamped, but the
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Num. 6164 fLdinburgh} (4- c dne j fay 'June 2.4, 1761.

Num. 6164 fLdinburgh} (4- c dne j fay 'June 2.4, 1761.

24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
"'An account of thenew comedy, called All in the Wrong, now acting at Drury-Lane Theatre, opened for the fimmer feafu,

"'An account of thenew comedy, called All in the Wrong, now acting at Drury-Lane Theatre, opened for the fimmer feafu,

under the management of Mefwurs Murphy and Foote. # -j. js- —*- HE general intention of this comedy, which is written by Mr Murphy, is to point out what infinite per- il plexiiies may arife in the con- nexions between the fexes, both before and after marriage, from our readily g
24 June 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland