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t . fOl 1 Tib' Horace, WHY beauteous o y Why at PIC -. The little Fawn thus J Starts

t . fOl 1 Tib' Horace, WHY beauteous o y Why at PIC -. The little Fawn thus J Starts

each e aI v If chance the Leaves Fear, " And thinks on e 0 This foolfflt Coynei? » ' Tis Time
29 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Second State Lottery, 1763.

Second State Lottery, 1763.

Mo.ulay Nov. 28, (heftdcs thofe mentioned in oui laft) the following Tickets were drawn Prizes, vjz. No. 16594., 15813, 21635, I 4 l » 7653, 24.89, and 22145, of 1001. TuilcJay No. 14.10, and 10499, drawn Prizes of 5001. No. 4533, 4035, 14280, 30727, 31076, and 34.835, Prizes of
8 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Arrived tke Mails from Holland and Flanders. Poland Dantzick, November 23. Senate, at their laft Meeting at ft" refolved to give the Title ofEmpi-efs to the Czarina, on Con>9CF»;& dition that (he would renounce, for herfelf and her Succeffors, all Claim to Polifn Ruffia. was alf
22 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Hor. Book 2, Ode Imitated. HER Face if Fortune frowning hide, Beai without a Sigh: If lmiling fhe attend your

Hor. Book 2, Ode Imitated. HER Face if Fortune frowning hide, Beai without a Sigh: If lmiling fhe attend your

Side, Beware of Infolence and pride, Since you muft fhortly die. Whether a wretched Life you weep, Or, drowning ev'ry Care, Returning Feftivals you keep, Indulging Wine, indulging Sleep, Fann'd with refrefhing Air. Where the tall Pine, and Poplar pale, Their friendly Shade unite
22 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EDINBURGH* Printed for and by Walter Ruddim.n, John Richardson and Co MP AN and ?? rheir Printing-houle in the Par

EDINBURGH* Printed for and by Walter Ruddim.n, John Richardson and Co MP AN and ?? rheir Printing-houle in the Par

1 i amen r-cio'e % where Advent [brans .nd SubfiriPt'tQus are take;: is.
12 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
T- the Pubiifhers of the Caledonian Mercury.

T- the Pubiifhers of the Caledonian Mercury.

si R, _ Moutroje, zoth, Dee. ijuo. IT is with pleal_re I fee by a reloiution of tiie gentlemen of Kenfrew-fhire, that there i: an : ■;■•; iication to be made to parliament ior abo- "-"■lhing the optional claufe in all bank-notes , Scotland. For what cn:i fitch an option was intr
24 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland a:-' Flanderl

Arrived the Mails from Holland a:-' Flanderl

Arrived the Mails from Holland ?? Flanderl From tire London Gazette, Dec. 13. Ments, December 2 . C**"\"S the reprefentation that have been mae'e by J foverai Elctfors, of the great expeoce and inconvcniency of holding the congrefs at Augf- boiira it has been refotved to transfer
17 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
pt following is a sketch of the piece printed by jvlr. Wilkes in name of the Bifhop of Gl —

pt following is a sketch of the piece printed by jvlr. Wilkes in name of the Bifhop of Gl —

ceft--r, for which a profecution at theinftance of that Pre- late is commenced againft him before the Houfe of Lords. — The curiofity of the world, in regard to every thing which concerns that Champion of Englifi Liberty is fo great, that fliould we omit it we fliotiid be though
3 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTIS E M E N T 5. By perm] If. on from, and with the approbation of the Magiftrates and

ADVERTIS E M E N T 5. By perm] If. on from, and with the approbation of the Magiftrates and

Ttnvn-council of Ahutrofe, JOHN WALLACE, Dancing-mailer, intends to continue teaching in sMontrofe, du- eling the fummer feafon, annually, as long as he ft i all find proper encouragement, and ichol.irs from the country may depend on due attendance, and juftice in that branch of
3 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To tbe Printer of the London Chronicle.

To tbe Printer of the London Chronicle.

S f R, I HAVE heard that after the enormous in'ult up- on the laws, committed at Edinburgh, in the hanging of Captain Portcous, ihe Magistrates were brought to London to anfwer for it before the Par- liament; and ihat the enquiry, afrer a long debate, whether the city fhould not
28 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland