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Extracl of a letter from South Carolina.

Extracl of a letter from South Carolina.

" They have aheady cre<fteJ 1; ?? on Penlacola bay ; feveral brick-kilns are alfo employed in conftructring materials for building a range of warehouses along the ltrand, in imitation of Charles- Town Bay." it is faid, that fuch perfons, either from Europe or America, who have a
30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London P, Vrr, Nov. 26

From the London P, Vrr, Nov. 26

Extract cfa letter f I cm ?? ffe-r, ?? .My. i*. ** The naval preparations made in ihefe provin- ces for feme months ; all certainly merit ii.c atien- tioh'of the Englifh government. An iniention of breaking with Fnglar.d is far iron- being openly a- voued ; on the contrary, rhe
30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
?? A D V E R T I SEMENTS. LOS T, At Montrofe, on Sunday the 20th inftant, A Black

?? A D V E R T I SEMENTS. LOS T, At Montrofe, on Sunday the 20th inftant, A Black

Leather POCKET BOOK, marked with gilt letters, James Bruce, A- xerdeen Carrier, below the flap, containing above Fifty Pounds Sterling, in Bank notes; and feveral other papers belonging to different perfons j among which are the following British Linen Company notes, one five po
30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
*Z7m lUM fi by tbe EDINBURGH

*Z7m lUM fi by tbe EDINBURGH

V ** V BOCI B T ¥, for the Year 1 763.^ A -"lii Society for Encouragement ol Arts Sciences", Manufactures, and Agriculture, I have rcl'olvcd to beftow the Premiums annexed, >»• under the Conditions here lpccilied- For y.'-t-ful Inventions in Sciences, Arts and A- ?? to he divide
30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E I) I N B U R G 11.

E I) I N B U R G 11.

Extract of a letter from London, Nov. 24 «■ (in Tluir'd-iy lafl Mr. Speaker acquainted the Houfe, that hchad, in the chair, ruccived a letter from John Wilkes Efq; a member of the Iloufe • the contents of which Mr. Wilkes defired might be communicated to the Houfe.— -Which lettc
30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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I Num. 0555 Eitimburgh* f'Fedncfday^ November 20, 1 763. 573

I Num. 0555 Eitimburgh* f'Fedncfday^ November 20, 1 763. 573

30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH* Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CompaN' and fosdai their Piinting-houfe in the Pailiaiiieru-clofe ; where

EDINBURGH* Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CompaN' and fosdai their Piinting-houfe in the Pailiaiiieru-clofe ; where

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30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the IM.rils from France.

Arrived the IM.rils from France.

From the London Gazette, Nov. 26. Ratisbon, N'v. 10 "TV M De Plotho, the Prufiian Eleflora! Minifter, \W ■ arrived here the 7th initant. He is named Firft AmbalTador fs-oni Brandenbonrg, at the con- grefs to be held at Augsbonrg, to c'c-li jeratc the ne- cefliry and utility of e
30 November 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
//,M,. tti Op, 141 . 44, ~.4 1111#7. • , S ll+ f .(„Itkery. rry , . A. 1 s

//,M,. tti Op, 141 . 44, ~.4 1111#7. • , S ll+ f .(„Itkery. rry , . A. 1 s

of the following. S . M A Stopt AP ...FON, of Wood, A Treble open D A•, of Metal, A Pe it: AL of W ,sad, thro' • A FL V T E, WWI, A TWELETN and a FITTLINT I II, of Wood, A Trubk CREMONA, Of Wal t With a Swell STOP, and Room on Sound-Board to am more Stop!. The Cafe is made of Da
29 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold or Lett, To enter upon the fir ft of May, 1764, orfeener , if the Parlies tern

To be Sold or Lett, To enter upon the fir ft of May, 1764, orfeener , if the Parlies tern

agree, ALL that well accuftomed Publick-houfe (being Land of Inheritance) known by the Name of the Caffee-btnfe, in Warrington, in the County of Lane after, now, and for many Years laft paft, in the holding of Mr*. Mary Kingftej, the Owner, who is declining Buitnefs. There are f
29 November 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England