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To the PRINTER of the Derby Mercury.

To the PRINTER of the Derby Mercury.

SIR, As ENVY, and its ctnfequent SLANDER, « of a public as well as private Nature, I thought the following might not be dif agreeable to your Readers. On ENVY, and its concomitant SLANDER. C R 0 M the black Depths of Pinto's deary Reign * Afcend, ye Furies! and AlTuhnce lend, To
10 February 1764 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The summary of the Public Affairs of 1763. concluded. [9-]

The summary of the Public Affairs of 1763. concluded. [9-]

The summary of the Public Affairs 1763. concluded. [9-] FR-Ancf. having been fully difengaped early latt year, with f'nall lois or mortification, from v ' a War into which, by her inlrnents» Ihe had forced G. Britain, n fince received accounts 'he to fulfilling conditions e u ' a
1 February 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

12, Dullin, Feb. b. The allegiat bill came vefterday, which was intended to eftablifh power for the Roman catholicks to extend their eftatesby th they lend money to, as has been found tnat lately there no other manner ot fecuting them by aw but there was a va(l majority againft
27 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

to. The article inferred in the papers,concerning the curious repeating watch, in a ring, making fur his Majelty, is not making by Mr. Reynolds, but by Mr. Arnold in Devereux courti Temple Bar. This curious piece of workmamlnp is Id's in circumference than a fjlver two'pence it
13 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
which required it fh.iul.l the expence ot the crown, his fcrene highnefs did not chufe to remain longer tied to

which required it fh.iul.l the expence ot the crown, his fcrene highnefs did not chufe to remain longer tied to

fuch irKfome etiquettes Ifate. 6. We are informed that the hereditary prince and princefs sd tS7 Isnin. /Tck win next winter in England, as private perlons, - tfnd will be at their own expence, orders havini been Ictt with great nobleman, his intimate, to provide and prepare pro
13 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN news. From the Englijh Papers, Feb. 4. Minorca\\TE 'ni'ic had the duke ot York here, Jan. 5. who has

FOREIGN news. From the Englijh Papers, Feb. 4. Minorca\\TE 'ni'ic had the duke ot York here, Jan. 5. who has

won all our hearts by hiJ amiable and engaging behaviour, it was, meafure .rtunatc for us that his highnef ftaid but a week, or we {hould have been certainly danced to death not day parted without ball, as fplca-
13 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Wednej a ay, February 8, 17 6X. [Num. 6585] I 0 1

Edinburgh, Wednej a ay, February 8, 17 6X. [Num. 6585] I 0 1

8 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Jan. 31.

From the London Papers, Jan. 31.

Leghorn, January 2. THEY advife from Corfica, tbat the Pievc of Calenza has withdrawn from the do- minion of the Gcncefe, and fubmitted to that of the Malccontents. Paoli har- ralfes the Genoefe greatly by his troops and his corfairs -. a circumftance which inclines the Re- publ
6 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh , Monday , Jefouary 13. 1764. [Num. 6587 [ n

Edinburgh , Monday , Jefouary 13. 1764. [Num. 6587 [ n

13 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extrafi of a letter from London, Fel>. 7.. v The intelligence lately received from the Eaft- Jn lies, of dillurbances in the province of Bengal, and the cau'es of them, being varioufly related and mifreprefented, we are forry to acquaint our readers, that we have good authority
11 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland