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Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders.

Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders.

From the London Papers, Feb. O. Vienna, Jan. 18. LORD Stormont, the Knglilh minifter, has re- ceived a courier from his court, witli dif- pitch s relative to the election of a Bifhop of Ofha brag, which will come on the 27th of next month.
13 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To tbe P R I N T E E.

To tbe P R I N T E E.

SALT has been recommended to imke hones ana black cattle thrive, from an they mantfcftly thrive in fait marfr.es ; which .S notowinß to the fea air whetting ?? for fait marflies at a great _d.atai.ee -from he f n fuch asis that of one near Nantw.ch in Chcfliire have Se fane eVea
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
r-.a-„..hrt>n>~r. 'and Royal Exchange, London.

r-.a-„..hrt>n>~r. 'and Royal Exchange, London.

bonce-""-;- ■> ..— ?? - ?? -" An Addrefs io the Public. _ THE prefent Icarcity of money, nnivenalfy comnlained of, however ftrange it may appear to Ihort-fighted- people, is what every man of common forec^ft, not in- toxicated with the extraordinary fuccefs of our arms, rpuft ha
1 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
f&bt C^toottmn Mlttcw®.

f&bt C^toottmn Mlttcw®.

[Num. 6.5 9s] Edinburgh y Monday > February 27. 1764. f io: 1
27 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

We hear, that ihould the Iriih Markets be laid open, the Exportation of Provifions Abroad, even to our Colonies, .will not be permitted to take Place, at leaft for fome Time ; the prefent Dearnefs, in moft NeceiTarles of Life, and what we have farther to ex- pect in their Augmen
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 21.

Fromthe LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 21.

St. James's, February 21. His Majefty has been | pleafed to conftitute and appoint the Right Honorable John Manners, Efq; commonly called Marquefs of * Granby, to be Lord Lieutenant and Cuftos Rotulorum of the County of Derby, ih tbe 'Room of his Grace Williaiss Duke of Devonfhi
17 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

?? New-fork, Dec. 19. Friday laft Capt. Montrefor, Engineer, arrived here from Detroit, in 26 Days, and brought the agreeable News, that the Indians the Command of Pondiack, confifting of the Ottawas, Jibbeways, Wiandots and Powtewattamies, being tired of the War, ( having loft
3 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

Thursday’s and Friday’s Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Jan. 31, Venice January 6. ■'-(£ T has been ordered by the Senate, that all fuch Levant Goods, as are or can be Shipped here on Engiilh Veffels for England, Dial! be ex| | empted from the Expor; Duties, with the refyp'vd titution of thofe paid on Importa
7 February 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Some account of -what has hitherto appear ad concerning the late transactions at Bengal, and the causes -which are supposed to have produced them, particularly the pamphlets, intitled.

Some account of -what has hitherto appear ad concerning the late transactions at Bengal, and the causes -which are supposed to have produced them, particularly the pamphlets, intitled.

1. Reflcttions the prefent commotions Bengal. 2. A litter from certain gentlemen in the council of Bengal to the fecret committee of the Eafl-India company. 3. yf narrative of hat happened in Bengal in 1760, ■with account of the revolution. 4. An addrefs the proprietors of the E
1 February 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The STREET. PJAppy the man, devoid of many wo, ho, blefs'd with gentler ftars, lolls Within the covering of fplendid

The STREET. PJAppy the man, devoid of many wo, ho, blefs'd with gentler ftars, lolls Within the covering of fplendid

cOach ; Or whom two brawny (who aft Their high defccnt, perchance, from ancient chief, For wond'rous deed and great achievement the rude carol of the bards of old) [fam'd» Bear the fedan ; him nor the fplaili Ofheedlefs fchoolboy, nor die dirty whip Of the proud horfeman, can an
1 February 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland