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LON D O N.

LON D O N.

Extract" of a letter ?? an officer on board his 51:- -jedfs'jbip the Lark, dated Lisbon, Nov. 17. " We had a very agrecabje voyage, and a plea- fant It.nion between the Streighis of Belleifle and Cape Ree, in the Gulpli of St. Lawrence, which is by much she fincit part of the if
7 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A DVERTI SeVeNTS. whereas, in the Night betwixt Mond.iv and Tnefday laft, there wasfome perfon or pcrfons broke into a

A DVERTI SeVeNTS. whereas, in the Night betwixt Mond.iv and Tnefday laft, there wasfome perfon or pcrfons broke into a

cellar, Iving in the Lawn market, Edinburgh, belonging to Ed- ward Ing' is, Dmggift, and carried off from thence, a large quantity of MEDICI NF.S, amongst which, are ihe following articles, fpirit of wine, bryoraie water, liquonfii roor, fyrup of violets, tec. It any of the abov
24 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The prefent fl.tte cf Fort St. Anqnfline in Florida.

The prefent fl.tte cf Fort St. Anqnfline in Florida.

" Tiic cailic is built of foft Hone, with four bastions ; the curtain-- fixty yards in length, the parapet 12 feet thick, ihe rampart jo feet hb»h call-mat. cd underneath for lodging-:., arched flrong- ly over, and rendered bomb proof, .aid a large co- vered-way finifticd by tlt
24 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH' Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Compaq "* and fold at their Pnating-houfe in tne Parliamexu

EDINBURGH' Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Compaq "* and fold at their Pnating-houfe in tne Parliamexu

-clofe ; where Advcrii(l:n:aits 2nd S^bjcriffiions 3JQ taken io«
19 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L ON D O N.

L ON D O N.

They write from Lisbon in letters of the 13th laft, that ever fince the great take of robbers ap- prehended in that city, by order of the Count de Oreyras, when no lefs than two hundred were fcized at one time, as mentioned in a prcceeding paper ; the inhabitants enjoy a perfea
31 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Fromthe London Papers, N-jV. 29.

Fromthe London Papers, N-jV. 29.

Ev.lrc.tf of a let 'er from Minorca, dated Oct. 26. " Trade \z here quite at a it-aid, our market be- ing greatly over-flocked ; icveral who brought goods h- re to fell by wholefale, are obliged to re- tail them for want of other vent. One reafbn for this gre*t ftagnation ot ita
3 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTAINING,

CONTAINING,

A fuccinft JUci genuine Account the original and Cooftituliom, Difciplinc, Dodrines, Worihip, and Ocrcmonies; With * general Account cf the variou» Sectaries, Id's Notes, fince the firft tftablilhnicnt of Chriftianity. Including general Hiftory the Reformation, ami much of civil
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHRISTOPHER BROOKE, DECS Leave to acquaint thofe who (hall ebufe to favour him with their Commands, that there will ready

CHRISTOPHER BROOKE, DECS Leave to acquaint thofe who (hall ebufe to favour him with their Commands, that there will ready

for Sale, ou Tuefday, Wednefday, and Thuriilay next, his Houle in New-Collcgc Lane,
31 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To h.- S O L D,

To h.- S O L D,

h.- S O L D, Peal of Five Church Hells, good new, wry tuneable and exceeding fine noted. The Weight the whole I‘. i!. Thirty-five Hun,bed, Three Quarters, and live Pounds.---For farther Particulars enquire of the Printer this Paper. NOTICE is hereby given, 'T' HAT the I'.flares i
3 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
i, -*\P NDoM« -Wday MomW, Dec. a.

i, -*\P NDoM« -Wday MomW, Dec. a.

i, -*\P NDoM « -Wday MomW, Dec. a. i. tttpjsau that was on Wednefday Night at St. James's was Wry brilliant ; their Majiftits came into the Ball-Room about Eight e 'Clock, and tbe Ball was opened by his Ryal Highnefs Prince William Henry ani the Prince fs Auguft ax thsir Majefiie
3 December 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England