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Preferments.

Preferments.

From the London gazette. The King has been pleafed, to create Charles Coote of Cootehill, Efq; « Knight of the Bath, 011 account of his in the late tumultuous in furred ions in the northern parts of Ireland. He was inverted with the of the order, in Dublin caftle, Jan. 16. by th
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Marriages. 'Jan. 10. At Edinburgh, Mr George Oswald, merchant in Glafgow, to Mifs Peggy Smyth, fecond daughter of David Smyth

Marriages. 'Jan. 10. At Edinburgh, Mr George Oswald, merchant in Glafgow, to Mifs Peggy Smyth, fecond daughter of David Smyth

Methven, Efq; P S. Feb. 1. At Edinburgh, Robert Hamilton of Wiihaw, to Mifs Balfour, daughter Sir Michael Balfour* deceafed. Births. At Nantz, Jane Pignettelli, aged upwards fifty, of two boys and a girl, all likely do well. She has been married thirty-three years, and never had
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A fummary or recapitulation of the Public Affairs of the year 1763.

A fummary or recapitulation of the Public Affairs of the year 1763.

A fummary or recapitulation the Public Affairs of the year 1763. recapitulation pui ,IC aiLairs during the lad ;" r '• '. '"tended, not only for 'raaers k, tlie me mory of our Mattered C »° 6hlB the P«f», but Wlt , l , lUl narr ° W ~ accounts as ecia "/ ' making luch for the futu
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Resolutions of the county of Aberdeen.

Resolutions of the county of Aberdeen.

Aberdeen, the 22d day December 1763 years, in prefence of a general meeting of the commiilioners of fupply, and justices of the peace of the county of Aberdeen, met by adjournment to the day and date hereof, w'z. Sir Archibald Grant of Monymufk, the Provoft of Aber - flein, Alex
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
.SIR, London, Dec. 3?. 1763. "J Have wondered, that fince the figning the definitive treaty, little attention l?as been paid

.SIR, London, Dec. 3?. 1763. "J Have wondered, that fince the figning the definitive treaty, little attention l?as been paid

to the caul.e ot" the Canada bills, the payment which are fo faithfully promifed in that treaty, [xxv. 141.] The affair is of much greater confequence than generally conceived; and as but few know much of thefe Canada bills, your readers will not be difpleafed with-an explanatio
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Take thy torch and golden carriage, Now's the reign love and marriage. Duet.] Hym. Love rewards the foldier befl. Cup.

Take thy torch and golden carriage, Now's the reign love and marriage. Duet.] Hym. Love rewards the foldier befl. Cup.

Hvmen makes the virgin blefs'd * Together. ° VenU *' tis Hymen s holiday. Enter Venus. [Mifs Young.] Recit.] Hymen, the facred rites of love prepare! Hymen. I will but firft, O Queen, for whom declare ! Venus. iifci/.] For one divinely fent mankind to pleafe, Form'd command with
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

From the Votes of the houfe of Commons. Jot is, 17 0 Novev.bris, 1763. A petition Thomas, Lord Baron of Longford, was prefented to the and read; fetting forth, hat the petitioner humbly apprehends, that the great objeft of attention, recommenced by our gracious fovereigri firm t
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Slowly waves his weary wing, Then finks obliquely to his reft; In rofeate robes when Evening 'gins to com; O'er

Slowly waves his weary wing, Then finks obliquely to his reft; In rofeate robes when Evening 'gins to com; O'er

the b ue hills, in golden fringes clad, Adown fome How ftill river's fide to roam, Whofe creeping waves feem to forget to flow, Whofe mirror- furface fhows the pidtur'd Iky, In all its filver-ftreak'd ferenity, Where droops the willow green, garland lovers fad, With Contemplatio
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Distance of the fun from the earth determined by the theory of gravity, &c. By Dr Matthew Stewart, Processor of mathematics in the University of Edinburgh. [xxv. 622, 65.]

The Distance of the fun from the earth determined by the theory of gravity, &c. By Dr Matthew Stewart, Processor of mathematics in the University of Edinburgh. [xxv. 622, 65.]

The Distance of the fun from the earth determined by the theory of gravity, &c. Dr Matthew Stewart, Processor of mathematics in the University of Edinburgh. [xxv. 622, 65.] H E problem for finding the fun's pa•* nillax, and confequently his diftance from the earth, is nearly as o
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
And one unfeeling aiH: will damn 'em more, With Heaven's all-feeing and impartial eye, Than thoufands elfo can quit, tho'

And one unfeeling aiH: will damn 'em more, With Heaven's all-feeing and impartial eye, Than thoufands elfo can quit, tho'

varnifli'd o'er With Panegyric's venal pomp of praife, r raife. To the croud's idiot gape their glaring trophies XIII. In her gay trim when Folly is array'd, And fpecious Error's flowery paths invite, In Pleafure's fomblance Miferv pourtray'd, And Mirth allures us with a falfe d
1 January 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland