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rMtgg, in cnr paper ef&fW *', page 221, given a. ■..-cundjantial account Of . ,c manner in which the. Marquis de Fr btt eau* W4U carried off. firgm Lcndon, in Alarch 1752, ive here lay before. our readers a jhort account rtf'ibat nobleman.

rMtgg, in cnr paper ef&fW *', page 221, given a. ■..-cundjantial account Of . ,c manner in which the. Marquis de Fr btt eau* W4U carried off. firgm Lcndon, in Alarch 1752, ive here lay before. our readers a jhort account rtf'ibat nobleman.

rMtgg, in cnr paper ef&fW ?? page 221, given a ■..-cundjantial account Of . ,c manner in which the Marquis de Fr btt eau* W4U carried off firgm Lcndon, in Alarch 1752, ive here lay before our readers a jhort account rtf ' ibat nobleman. LEWIS Matthew Rcrtin, Marquis dc Fratte- nu
21 July 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

By Letters from Lisbon brought yefterday it appears, there are confiderably more effects in the late Hanover packet than was known before. They write from Ritisbonne in letters ot the rath, that the college of Princes had made fonie advances with the Emperop to be computed in th
2 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extrm/l of a letter from Bath, Feb. 17.

Extrm/l of a letter from Bath, Feb. 17.

Permit me, before I conclude, to fay a word or two about the F.aft-India affairs: when J.ffier Aly Caun was depoled from the Subafliip, his fon- in-law, Mir CofTim Caun, who fucceeded him, ma-is feverai attempts to get him into his power, alledg- ing that he would allow him a ha
27 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER..

To the PRINTER..

-.-•*g^"-">HE following is a genuine part ci a letter from a corr-fpondent at Fan's ; if you pleafe to infert it in your uftful paper, it ?? may entertain fome of your readers. << We hear little faid from your fide about Mr. yVill'e'r' for fome time paft: It is certain, that he
27 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[ Num. 672.3 I Edmhurgh^ Saturday, December 7.9, 1764. f g29 i

[ Num. 672.3 I Edmhurgh^ Saturday, December 7.9, 1764. f g29 i

29 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
F. D I N B tJ I? G H

F. D I N B tJ I? G H

Extrafi of a letter from London, Feb. is ■ v This morning, a little after nine o'clock, came on before the Right Hon. Lord Chief J office Mansfield, in the Court of King r s Bench, Weft- miniler, ihc try: ' of John Wilkes, Eiq; as ihe fuppofed re-publiiher of No, 45. of the Nort
25 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extrcff if a letter from an Evglifh merchant jn Gi-.braltar to his correfp-.ndanl in London, dated Sept I.

Extrcff if a letter from an Evglifh merchant jn Gi-.braltar to his correfp-.ndanl in London, dated Sept I.

Extrcff if a letter from an Evglifh merchant jn Gi- braltar to his correfp-.ndanl in London, dated Sept I . " I imagine you expe<stcd an order by this fbip ; but inftead of that I find it nccclfary, both fir my own character, and tiic good of yon and the reft of my worthy credito
22 October 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[Num. 6581 Edinburgh, Monday, January 30, 1764. 49 1

[Num. 6581 Edinburgh, Monday, January 30, 1764. 49 1

30 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GAS. D E N SEE D S, NEWLY imported from the propereft places abroad, and to be fold _ by

GAS. D E N SEE D S, NEWLY imported from the propereft places abroad, and to be fold _ by

WILLIAM BORTHWICK. and COMPANY, at their flibp, La wn-markct, Edinburgh, A frefh Aflortment of GARDEN, GRASS, TREE, and FLOWER SEEDS, Sec. (particularly a parrel of very fine beech maft, and a few "rear ?? acorns' 1 fineft Florence oil, beft Durham flour of mu'tai-d, KeiitiCh ho
30 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Heato'n-Wilkes, from his brother.

Heato'n-Wilkes, from his brother.

Heato'n -Wilkes, from his brother. Paris, Hotel de Saxe, Jan. IJ. " I am too ill at prefent to be fure of any fixed time for my return, and I had better keep my room (as I am forced to do) here, than on the road to Calais, which would be the infallible confequence of my fctting o
30 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland