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EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and fo'triat rheir Piinting-houic ia the Parlianient-cioie ; where

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Company and fo'triat rheir Piinting-houic ia the Parlianient-cioie ; where

Advtrtifhnents and Stibfcriptions arc taken in*
10 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SUCH t*s have any Claiixis on M;-. JAMES WATSON, -ate Minifter of tie Ca- nongatc- dece.ifed, are defired, betwixt and

SUCH t*s have any Claiixis on M;-. JAMES WATSON, -ate Minifter of tie Ca- nongatc- dece.ifed, are defired, betwixt and

the 25th of December current, logive in to Samuel Foggo, Merchant in Edinburgh, exact notes of the funis due :o then*, that proper meafures may be taken for obtaining their fpeedv payment; and fneh as have any books, which belonged to Mr. Watfon are defired to return their, dire
14 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDIN B U ii G H.

EDIN B U ii G H.

Extract of a letter from London, Dec. 8. " Yefterday t!-.e lloufe of Commons received- mcilage from the Lords, defiring a conference v. on matters of great importance ; upon which tk Koaiie appointed a comini'tee to attend their Lor fhips in the painted chamber, who being return
12 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday’s Posts.

Arrived the Mails from Holland, and Flanders. From the Evening-Posts, and Daily Papers, Dec. Madrid, November 4. THE Court is much difpleafcd hear that the Republic of Venice is on the point of concluding a Treaty of Alliance with ih; Algerines. If this Alliance ihould aclua!'./
13 December 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PLANTATION NEWS.

PLANTATION NEWS.

Thitad']fhia OS. 20. Yefterday Gentleman arrived here Fxprel's from Northampton County, who brought Advice, that 0-1 oundav laft, about Noon, the New England Settlement at Wyoming was attacked by a Body Indiana, (fapnofed to be the VVyal jfirgs) vvher, hear, People were killed o
13 December 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EPITAPH/^ General WOLFE.

EPITAPH/^ General WOLFE.

REST, happy Shade! while round thy early Tomb Kings, Senates mourn, and deathlefs Laurels bloom ; And, oh! tho' ftory'd marble muft decay, And Trophies, Bulls, and Statues melt away, Vet fhall thy Deeds, like Csfart, ftill furvive, And, by thyfclf recorded, ever live. C R I T 0.
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
the ABERDEEN J O U R N A L, i 7 6 3.

the ABERDEEN J O U R N A L, i 7 6 3.

the ABERDEEN J N A L, i 7 6 3. r E TTI'N BURG H, -Dur. 7. To prevent the bad effefts, that generally attend a fcardty of ir.eal this city, we hear a. Scheme is on foot for erc&ing public granaries, by wh-iefe the markets may be kept at a regular moderate price, and the mifehiefs
12 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UPON Tuefday next, the i 3111 in-tant, beg> n>! to be fold, by Deacon William Mai— s fie' 1 "*

UPON Tuefday next, the i 3111 in-tant, beg> n>! to be fold, by Deacon William Mai— s fie' 1 "*

er, ar hisrtani in the head of the marker, Fir.c HEIFER BEKF and MUTTOV. of fix years old. all fed wi hin one mile of ?? citv for three months pail. For the benefit oft'" public, he will continue felling the fame ihK* days in the week, for feme months enfuing- HpHe Truftees of r
10 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
iDVERTISEME N T S. CARPET S. Trttfiees-ofpZee, Edinburgh, <>th £°c. 17**; j rpHE Commijfioner: and Tntjfes for Fijbtrits ][ Manufactures,

iDVERTISEME N T S. CARPET S. Trttfiees-ofpZee, Edinburgh, <>th £°c. 17**; j rpHE Commijfioner: and Tntjfes for Fijbtrits ][ Manufactures,

and Improvements in Scot^ land, do hereby advertife, Th.i Janet Hohtee at Ormiflon, has gained io 1 ft ring, being the bio heft of the prizes advertifed 24th Auguft, 1 762, to*be*>iven by the faid trustees for the greatest and beft quantity of carpets, in imitation of TUR- KEY C
12 December 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mr. Wilkes continues mending; but it is thought it will longer before he able to get abroad than was expeiled.

Mr. Wilkes continues mending; but it is thought it will longer before he able to get abroad than was expeiled.

Saturday there was the greateft Mob allemblcd the Royal Exchange that can remembered on any Occafion, order lee the Nsrth Briton burnt.—About Half an Hour after Twelve a Man appeared with large Bundle Lillet Faggots, followed Jack Ketch with lighted Link, which the Mob immediate
10 December 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England