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EDINBURGH: Fruited fbr and by Walter Bitodiman, Johs Richardson and Compaq ana ibtfat tiieir Priming- ho nib in the Failiamenr-clofe

EDINBURGH: Fruited fbr and by Walter Bitodiman, Johs Richardson and Compaq ana ibtfat tiieir Priming- ho nib in the Failiamenr-clofe

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1 January 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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?? London, &c, Saturday, Dec. 25. I S Day being the Anniverfary of the Nativity of our Saviour, the fame was obferved at Court as a high Feftival ; and it Being a Col- *^&s {—, l»v^pj^f lar-Day, the Knights Companions |p5 * WLaS^t °^ the Garter, Thiftle, and Bath, appeared in th
1 January 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

PRICES of STOCKS on Tuefday laft.

Bank Stock, — — . India Stock fhut. 'South-fea ditto, fhut* Three per cent Bank Ann. red. 88 i -half a i 4th. Ditto confbl. fhut. Three pet cent, ditto 1 726, fhut. Three 1 halfper cent, ditto, 1756, Ihut. Ditto 1758, (hut. Four per cent, conlbl. fhut. Three percent. South-fea O
7 January 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ;iis Day arrived MAIL from Holland, 2nd France. Mofcovv. Nov ,5. The Court continues It,l] re! * at "> e Palace in the Wood. The Chamber, not Account lilncfs, but wair precaution. The Great Duke continue, the mend n;*Hand. Count Woronzoiv, the High Chan, ce
3 January 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
A cafe humbly offered to the consideration of parliament.

A cafe humbly offered to the consideration of parliament.

A ca humbly offered to the consideration of parliament. HE many unlawful, arbitrary, cruel, and opprellive adts, which for fome | e ars paft have been committed in places "fnerally called Private Mad-houses, Which the fulleft and cleareft proof given, call aloud, is humbly Emitte
3 January 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Let thefe unpolilh'J lines, st leaft, impart The tender feelings of one penfive heart; willing fuftrage give to worth approv'd.

Let thefe unpolilh'J lines, st leaft, impart The tender feelings of one penfive heart; willing fuftrage give to worth approv'd.

And hail the mem'ry the man he lov'd. 0 the rough feas, tho' b;ed, and early there, Gent'e his manners, ftridf his moraU were; In relative and focial life ne, Nor one good office ever left undone, Well-natur*d, fprightly, affable, and free, Scarce difcompos'd even in advetfity;
3 January 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Wednefday B©ft. Arrived a mail from FRANCE.- N A V L F FAIRS. Whitehall Evening-Post, Dec. 23. ONSIEUR Bompart with

Wednefday B©ft. Arrived a mail from FRANCE.- N A V L F FAIRS. Whitehall Evening-Post, Dec. 23. ONSIEUR Bompart with

11 fail of the line, two frigates, and chebecks, is lately arrived at Toulon, after an Idle parade on the coafts of Sardinia,. Tunis, and Malta, of months, without taking a Nov, 16. Lieut. Salvert of the reuch tngate L’Uueau, the chevalier de Modene, commander, is arrived here w
3 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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3 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
cle bad raafon thd* Mnfidenee mifplaced in Mr.Pitj; ♦they bad experienced his hopefty, and found him neither infhienc«d lucrative nor

cle bad raafon thd* Mnfidenee mifplaced in Mr.Pitj; ♦they bad experienced his hopefty, and found him neither infhienc«d lucrative nor

ambitious views', ever fteadily putfuiog their and Vgerly/eizing every opportunity .to gra.. tify their wifhes, and.pfeferve knew was his only and would carry hitn through every meafure forhumbling the enemy, with fuccefs. Thus did one man alone changd the face of ithirs in.the
3 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
C. Foreisn News.

C. Foreisn News.

i. Hague, Dec. 21. We hear from Madrid, that the King of Spain has granted a yearly' Penfioa of Ten thoufand L*vres to the Widow of Don Velafco, who fo bravely defended the Moro Fort at the Havannah ;"and has given his Son a Title of Nobility in Caftile, which he is to bear by t
1 January 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England