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Part ■■f the King of Pr.'/ljia's military left cc:-,...ts his General Officers.

Part ■■f the King of Pr.'/ljia's military left cc:-,...ts his General Officers.

Part ■■f the King of Pr.'/ljia's military left ?? ts his General Officers. Of fpies, their nfe.cn- every occaftr,', and the manner qf obtaining conflant intelligence cf the enemy . ""■J F it were ?? always to pen^trute the iri- H tentions of the enemy, it would be no ddh- I cab m
24 February 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O H DON.

L O H DON.

Ea-traii of a letter from Gibraltar, Jpril x 4, : 762. et The Spaniards and we ire as yet upon very good forms, taking no moire notice of one another than if it was a profound peace ; .mo w;; n: c deprived of livje elfe lave the' pknfhr ' oi ltd n ; : Spa! .. ** There are now ie
16 June 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
7*o the P R I N TER.

7*o the P R I N TER.

\ S a proper fupplement to the monfter found a- f mong the rocks of Noirmoutier *. I fend you the following account of a much more won- derful one cuiight on the coaft of England, which, for the greater authenticity, I ihuil give in the ve- ry words of the record from which this
14 June 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ELIZABETH CHRISP.

ELIZABETH CHRISP.

T. -Ii.CK: Prinier ; Stephen M&KpsiaEY, WitncfTe-*. Likcwilc to be told, under ?? of Rcr.t£ Patents, Baron Schwanbcrg's Liquid (bell, being a fafe and furc diflolvent of rhc ftonc an! giavel, gives immediate relief in ihc ftrangury, wind cho- lici*, d'lordcrs in the ftumach and
14 June 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
rrM» ihe London Papers, j A ,

rrM» ihe London Papers, j A ,

r rM» ihe London Papers, j A , .■■■>. Jdtif id, It is fdid ibat General Brec- tano 1 * or, s bus advanced, in xxx to _ epancyi on tb ■ ' " . - .s oil he Kufliahs under Genei il nicbcw, ?? .--re marching cowards Silefia, and Lire tobe a 1, thie etmj of cxc. a iot. fa feace. ?? ??
7 July 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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EDINBU R G H.

EDINBU R G H.

ExtraSl cf a letier from London, July 13. f 'jBy Letters from Oporto, dated the 2 2d, we learn, that Col. O'Hara, whofe appearance there has given great fpirits and fatisfaiftion td the inhabitants, has been made a Brigadier, in the Portuguefe army, at the head ofwhich he marche
17 July 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
npHE Earl ?? ftr ■1- to PRESERVE the GAME upon his moor* in Air-fhire, expe&s that no perfbii v.-hatevei hunt

npHE Earl ?? ftr ■1- to PRESERVE the GAME upon his moor* in Air-fhire, expe&s that no perfbii v.-hatevei hunt

orihoet on thefe ground". . -ciaj lici ici Irom bis Lordfhip 1 an i no, ties, that every perfbn tranlgfdfihg, will be ?? lecute according to law. |\J|K ; JOHN MURRAY, lafe Rcclbr !▼-» of the Grammar School at Kirkcaldy now at CI7PAR, opent the. feboo! there, on the (eveoteemh of
17 July 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O N D O K.

L O N D O K.

Monday the following nand bill v- as given aw.y ?? Whereas a report has been ir.duffrioufly pro- pagated, to inflame the people againfi the prefcnt miniftry, that they impolcd ihe additional tax upon beer; this is to remind the pubii-, that the tax complained of was iinpofed dur
15 December 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, ty ih December, 1762.

Edinburgh, ty ih December, 1762.

Edinburgh, ty ih December , 1762. \XJ HIGH «.:ay, the Incorporation ot Taylors in ; - i' Edinburgh being met in their Conveening- houle, th ey look under their confideration the late procedure ofthe Magiftrates and Town-council of this c'sy, in graining a prefentation to a Minift
25 December 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extra ft of a letter from Berlin, Feb. 9. ?? Our corps of artillery is augmented with three battalions of 1000 men each ; and a large train is going from hence to Saxony and Siteiia. It is pret- ty certain that we have nothing farther to fear from the Ruffians. " .- greeable to
1 March 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland