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ADVERTISEMENTS. ON Thurfday night laft, the 17th December, a Gentleman was artacked on the ftreet of Glafgovv by three fellows,

ADVERTISEMENTS. ON Thurfday night laft, the 17th December, a Gentleman was artacked on the ftreet of Glafgovv by three fellows,

and ROBBED of his GOLD WATCH, rhe number believed ro be H3) maker's name, H. Hardy, London.—— The watch is horizontal, and cap'd with Jewels. It is intreated, if the above watch is offered for fale, it may be flopped- and if any perfon can give information, fo as the faid watch
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

Have read the l?t{er of John Wilkes, to th< •* eleclors at Aylesbury, which was to be artfully introduced intn this kingdom. perufal,ii appeared to orh'CT than i recapitula hiaffair from beginning to end and what has long fmee been cinvafled in public courts and privatr companie
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDIHB U R G H.

EDIHB U R G H.

Extraß of a letter from London, Dec. 18 ?? We hear the fubitanceof fonie iite memoriils from the Court of Verfailfes has been to demand reihtution for French veflels lately nude prizes of by Bririfh cruizers at Newfoundland and ports ad- jacent, on account of illicit commerce. I
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraß of a letter from Barbadoes, Nov. 15

Extraß of a letter from Barbadoes, Nov. 15

?? I have no news from this part of the world to inform you of, but that fince General Melvill's arrival here, the difpofitions of people are fo far changed, that inflead of the dread of fettling at Tobago, a fpirit of attempting it feems now totake place, in the confidence that
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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-•44^ Of FERRO.

-•44^ Of FERRO.

-•44^ FERRO. The name of his ifland before the Spaniards got pofieflion of it was Efero, ftrong. When the Spaniards fhewed the inhabitants iron, they finding it ftronger than any fubftance they knew before, called it by the name of their ifland, Efero, ffrong ; when they began to
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

6. We arc informed, that two extraordinary meffengers were difpatched yefterday, one to the earl of Hertford at Paris, the other to the earl of Rochlord at Madrid. 7- Mod part ot the goods in the Eaft India Tale continue dill to be fold, at an average, near tool, per cent, advan
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
-HOtfCHTS concerning tke imitation of the.1 Gr*CIA»-A#^i'*ts *"■ Painting and Scul.-.itpE. In a fries of Letters.

-HOtfCHTS concerning tke imitation of the.1 Gr*CIA»-A#^i'*ts *"■ Painting and Scul.-.itpE. In a fries of Letters.

-HOt fCHTS concerning tke imitation of the 1 Gr*CIA»-A#^ i ?? ts *"■ Painting and Scul.- itpE. In a fries of Letters. L E T T E R IL I Mentioned in my laft the uncommon beauty of fipure, complexion and bodily proportion a- niong the Greeks, as a circumftance favourable to the imi
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

As Card-playing, armmg orher feftivities, is one cf the amuien-.ents ofthe prefent feafon, it will be agreeable to many to have a particular knowledge of Cards, and to whom they owe lo happy an invenrion : For ihis purpole, I have fent you tiif- following diifertation on o. Pack
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LON O N.

LON O N.

Extraß of a letter from Gfnebeck, dated OB 51. " I dare fay you will, with me, tkink 'he poor remittance I have been able So make you riiis fea- Fon, much fiiort of what you have reafon to ex- peift ; but vvhen I afiure you that it exceeds, in pro- portion to others, as much as
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland