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Extr ail eft a-letter from Brunfjcick

Extr ail eft a-letter from Brunfjcick

■* The Serene family of Brunfwick are returned from Berlin. They proceeded hither by iliort ftages, in order to render the journey more e;ifv to her Royal Highnefs the Hereditary Princefs, whofe pregnancy is certain; and will be fooh declared. This amiable Princefs, whofe candou
22 August 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the Publifhers of the Caledonian Mercury.

To the Publifhers of the Caledonian Mercury.

IN your paper of Wednefday laft, I obferved a letter which ftated a certain late occurrence in one point of view ; 1 take up my pen, atiaccoßotn- Cd to appear in public, to ftate that matter in ano- ther, an oppofite light ; I hope you, as an impartial perfon, will give it a pla
1 August 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Jan. 14.

From the London Papers, Jan. 14.

Avignon, Dee. 1 8. The fears we were in a week sgo, are now come to pafs. The Rhone which v allies our walls on the weft, and the Durance, which bounds our territory on the fouth, were, on the iith, almoft dry ; when a heavy rain, pre- ceeded by a violent fouth-weft wind, gava n
18 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PLAN i cf the MUSI CX.

PLAN i cf the MUSI CX.

Act I. Grand Ovc-mre, by the Right Hon. the Earl of Kelly, accompanied with French-horns, and kettledrums Song, Gilderoy, by Meft*. Gilfon and Aitken. Song, by Signora Doria; My fheep I've forfaken, on the VioiincelJo, by Mr. Thom- fon. Act 11. Grand Overture, by Mr. Bauch ; fon
18 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Exlratf of a letter from an Englijh gentlen an in m.of the new ceded Ccrihee if ends in tbe Pdeli-Ldiis

Exlratf of a letter from an Englijh gentlen an in m.of the new ceded Ccrihee if ends in tbe Pdeli-Ldiis

Exlratf of a letter from an Englijh gentlen an in m of the new ceded Ccrihee if ends in tbe Pdeli-Ldiis " I arrived here the 24th of Jane lafl from Hm Grenadoes, at which place I found it impracticable to purchafe a plantation on accauntof tbe excc;J- ing high price, an. -be mai.
10 October 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. FOUND, BEtwixt Foord and Dalkeiih, by John Skeed Smith, on Sunday evening, the thirtieth of September laft, A PAIR

ADVERTISEMENTS. FOUND, BEtwixt Foord and Dalkeiih, by John Skeed Smith, on Sunday evening, the thirtieth of September laft, A PAIR

of WALL-BAGS. The perfon who loft them, may apply for fur- ther information :o James Mcggac, Bookbinder in Dalkeith, And fold by the BookfeMers in town, Price 4d; CHRISTIANITY THE FOUNDATION of MASONRY* Being s|QiseoußSE preached in the Engl fh Chapel at Kelfo, June 151b, ?? Bef
10 October 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
\ To the PRINTE R.

\ To the PRINTE R.

\ To the PRINT E R. SIR, By inferiing the following extra.fl of a letter from Quebec, which I received hy the iaft fhip which came from thence, you vvill oblige your conibnt reader, H. N. Qjebec, Nov. 15,1763. I Have the plesfing fatisfaftion to acquaint you every thing is quiet
9 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
.. ExtraHlcf adetter from-Tork, Jan. 3. „

.. ExtraHlcf adetter from-Tork, Jan. 3. „

?? Laft week a great deal ef fnpw .and rain, tell ; on Thurfday and all Friday we had i a very high wind; and on Friday evening, by the melting of thefpow and rain, the river Oufe was eight inches higher than it was ever known before. The ground flou-ri of all the houfes in Skel
9 January 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extratl of a letter from Smyrna. 7ulv 3.

Extratl of a letter from Smyrna. 7ulv 3.

1 he Captain Pacha, or Great Admiral of the Ottoman Empire, has jufi: entered the road of Me- tehno, with a fleet of three veffels of the line, and five galleys. According to cuftom, onr Magi- ltrates prayed him to difpenfe with coming to an- chor this year in our port, offering
1 September 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, June 5.

From the London Papers, June 5.

From the Vijlula, in the neighbourhood cf IVar- fave, May 17. We don't yet perceive that the King of Pruffia makes any great movements, tho' difcord already runs very high among the Poles : it is true, he has ordered feveral regiments to file off towards Cultrin and Stargard ; b
9 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland