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Mr. M A C P H E R S O N ' s.C O N C E P. T of m v s i c

Mr. M A C P H E R S O N ' s.C O N C E P. T of m v s i c

Mr. M A C P H E R S O N ' s C O N C E P. T of m v s i c To begin ar fix o'clock. Tickets <o he fiad at Vlrs. Salfbur* ir.d Fxifear.r. cohe.-ho.ifes ; and a«- Mr. MarPf.erfin** hcufe B li's-v.'vn.f at 2 s. 6d. escfe Leitb, Feb. ai. Arrived ihe YSfpateh, -T^ [ c . the .-fen, Pordyc
21 February 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
T# bt SOLD.

T# bt SOLD.

SOLD. A STACK of exceeding good HAY, (landing in Mi 111 a a’t Vaa u, Ncwcaftie.—For tunhur culars, rnquiie of Mr J-hn Olivet, at the Sign of the An.iel, the Foot thchuichei bank, N'cacafilc, <1 ol Mr Richard Aiaiiiiong, at CulUtcjati. f*,.< • • *- wV •
19 February 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Extract of a Letter from Berlin, dated Feb. 1.

Extract of a Letter from Berlin, dated Feb. 1.

" Altho' we cannot yet fay any Thing certain about the Peace between our illuftrious Sovereign and the Courts of Vienna and Drefden, yet our Politicians affirm, that it is already determined ; but tbe Condi- tions are kept a profound Secret, tho' it is faid that fome of the "Art
18 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Marquis Gransy's Letter Thanks to the Fortes Germany, dated Munftcr, Ja imary 1, J7^3* * 4 has hoped had

The Marquis Gransy's Letter Thanks to the Fortes Germany, dated Munftcr, Ja imary 1, J7^3* * 4 has hoped had

ie in his power feave fecn and taken his Leave bcro.-e their Embarkation England v but having detained him Warbourg, his pre State Health obliging him to rake anstherßout could not leave this Country without this publick Tcftimony his entire Approbation their Conduct ha* had the
21 February 1763 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
1?55- CHARD, ethod n rm his lid rr ove ITler *> that intends in 8 thence to the TorkV .H.'i'

1?55- CHARD, ethod n rm his lid rr ove ITler *> that intends in 8 thence to the TorkV .H.'i'

°ntin Ua „ LONDON, where ' n J ' Cc their Favours and \«N»V fi J P« S r - n ® cnt black undrefs'd i&'W} Si ks > . aßd Cra Silks, that are ; ll n"' 8 0r 111:1,1 y Years BOARDiNG-SCHOOL temple, i( ' tinder her for upwards bXI, ■"Mic _i "®y. tak-e this Method to 'pon ,?' Continuanc
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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On fair young Lady's being undeiervedly afpferfed. Dat Vtniam Cor-vis, Fix at Cenfura Columbas. SOME People are wond'rous prone to

On fair young Lady's being undeiervedly afpferfed. Dat Vtniam Cor-vis, Fix at Cenfura Columbas. SOME People are wond'rous prone to

Evil, Gratis they'll a£l Favors to the Devil Like him whate'er lovely they And ftrive to harm the Faireft and the Beft. (So nipping Frofts the tend'reft Flow'is annoy, And buly finelt Fruits dei'troy) Charms, no Virtues, their Aiperftons fpare, A Helen's black, and Venus is not
17 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EDINBURGH, Feb. 19

EDINBURGH, Feb. 19

10. Henry Trotter of Mortounhall, cfq; at Petetfburgh, the fccond of January laft. 11. On Monday laft, the lady Torphicher; was brought to bed of a fon Caldcr-houfe. FOREIGN NEWS. LONDON GAZETTE, Feb 15. Copenhagen, 'January OUR corrcfpondcnce is fo interrupted this ifland by th
21 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

Edinburgh, Feb. 12. The Weather for thefe fcvcral Days pad has been remarkably ttoimv, attended with hard Frofts and Snow. The Winds continuing flrong at N. K. (l it hinder the Arrival the Ships from I. mdoit, who, we hear, got clear of the Ice in the River fcvetal Days ago. In
19 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

U'iHcheJlcr, Feb. 12. Lad Night about Five ©’Clock, Defign to make their Efcapc was formed by about Felon: in our Goal, molt of them for capital Offences; who, Ijeing provided with large Faggot Sticks, formed tticmfelves two Parlies, and deed ready to put their Defign in Executi
19 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
dared, he died by his own Hands, and *• no Man might fuffer for his Mur« der.” He was this

dared, he died by his own Hands, and *• no Man might fuffer for his Mur« der.” He was this

Day brought before Sir John Fielding, where he acknowledged his Crime, appeared perfectly refigned, thanking God that he had not murdered bimfelf, or any body elfe, and that he was not permitted to commit any more Crimes before he was taken. I cannot enough admire the Behaviour
19 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England