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TniVRITRGH- Printed for ar.d by Walter Ruddiman, Johk 'Richardson and Cokj l ; &? m foldaf ihck MnthgW?. in-lhe Parlianieu^lofe

TniVRITRGH- Printed for ar.d by Walter Ruddiman, Johk 'Richardson and Cokj l ; &? m foldaf ihck MnthgW?. in-lhe Parlianieu^lofe

, where AhcruKmcnts and Subficr.pw are taken I*
17 September 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrettedibe -atollsftam France, Holland and Flanders.

Arrettedibe -atollsftam France, Holland and Flanders.

Arretted ibe -atolls ftam France, Holland and Flanders. Fror; the London Gazette, June 30 Oporto, May 26. C't Ount La Lippe arrived in this city the 24tTi _j inftant from Viani. Lieutenant General Jo- -o ii D -Jmada c Meilo, Governor of this city, went r»ut the night before to me
4 July 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
£xtrao from Mrs. WoodfiuPs fingular dream, or De-.dication ofi the Dificovery to Pythagoras.

£xtrao from Mrs. WoodfiuPs fingular dream, or De-.dication ofi the Dificovery to Pythagoras.

£xtrao from Mrs. WoodfiuP s fingular dream, or De- dication ofi the Dificovery to Pythagoras. IN my fleep, as I had wifhed, I became Mrs. Dubois, (the heroine of this novel) wander- ing about the fields in Eflex till I was tired ; which, with the heat of the weather, inclined me
23 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Letters from Warfaw, dated the ioth inftant, fay, -that the fcifions of the Diet went on with great tranquillity. The troops of the Republick, and thofe of the Nobiiity who were not of the Ponia- towsky party,, are encamped facing the Ruffians, having only the river Viftula betw
2 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
to. .... :-, L O N D o N\.

to. .... :-, L O N D o N\.

to. ?? : -, L O N D o N\. .We are told from Warfaw, <hat the palatine of Kalilch argr.ed with great vehemence at' a 'meeting ofthe Senators and iiohk's of Great Poland. He maintained, tiav ht excluding foreigners from a- fpirihg to the throne, (conformably "to the inten- tions of
21 March 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract ofa I etter-from Petersburg, Oil. 10.

Extract ofa I etter-from Petersburg, Oil. 10.

Extract of a I etter -from Petersburg, Oil. 10. " Severj] hundred Jews, arrived here from dif ferent parts of the. German dominions, in confe- quence of the encouragement given by the Em- prefs, fet out on the 28111 palf, under a proper con- voy, tor Aflracn, a oity on the confin
26 November 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I -f rived ihe mails from France, HA an J and Flanders.

I -f rived ihe mails from France, HA an J and Flanders.

From the London Papers, Aug. 3 i . Cadiz, Juh 20. THE four chebecks commanded by Count Pig- r.atelli, viz. the Catalan, the Raven, the tadalutian, and the Adventurer, are nrnvea here f *m the Mediterranean. Thele' veffels, with the friace&and Tcrtible, ofyoftnn?, which arrived 5
5 September 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I (A M ERICA.

I (A M ERICA.

Extrcfrof a private letter 'frfm Chari ffo'\m, dated « j ?? -• - ■ << TheTnnguine hopes of onr adventurers to Penfacola, &c. feem to be fn ftrated ; and if'we may judge from ihe following truih, foine of bur men of war are employed to other pnrpoles rhan to protea and encourage
5 September 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS- ?? GENERAL MEETTNG ofthe J ESTABLISHED SCHOOL-MASTERS in SCOTLAND, is to be holden at Edinburgh, (he third Wednefday of

ADVERTISEMENTS- ?? GENERAL MEETTNG ofthe J ESTABLISHED SCHOOL-MASTERS in SCOTLAND, is to be holden at Edinburgh, (he third Wednefday of

September, being the nineteenth current, and all Schoolmafters, who conveniently can, are earneiily defired toattend, 35 forre matters of great importance will be laid before the meeting. TUST imported, and to be fold by Drummond, J Bookfeller at Lilian's head, Edinburgh, WRISBE
5 September 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A LEX AND l* P. EWING, ar the foot of the -I-iorfe-wynd, Edinburgh, teaches A- .ithme-ic. Book keeping- -and .Mathematics,

A LEX AND l* P. EWING, ar the foot of the -I-iorfe-wynd, Edinburgh, teaches A- .ithme-ic. Book keeping- -and .Mathematics,

the Ufeof the Globes, and other lbftruments, with -he Application, of -he Mathematics; to Survey- ing, Navigation, Geography, Aftronomy, Dial- , in , Fortification, and Gunnery. Such fttidentsas favour him, with tbeir employ- ment, fhall be conducted through thofe gar ; tsof lea
31 October 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland