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PERJURY A-la-mode. A Cantata. Recitative. HAPPY the Rogue (whate'er betide) Can gain proud Midas on his Side j need not

PERJURY A-la-mode. A Cantata. Recitative. HAPPY the Rogue (whate'er betide) Can gain proud Midas on his Side j need not

fear the triple Tree, _ If but well (kill'd in Perjury. For ah the Times are alter'd quite, Right now is Wrong, and Wrong is Right he Scales are crack'd, the Sword is broke, And Jujlict is a (landing Joke ! I R. 10-vilj Lafs to a Friar came. If in the Courts your Suit depend, Or
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE AUCTION for Sale of the CITY LANDS, as advertiled in Mr. Keene's Journal of Mondiy laft, ispoftponed. A Shop

THE AUCTION for Sale of the CITY LANDS, as advertiled in Mr. Keene's Journal of Mondiy laft, ispoftponed. A Shop

of good eftablifh'd Bufmefs in the GROCERY and CHANDLERY Trade is wanted, in fome good Market Town or City. Or any Perfon willing to take in a young Man of good Reputation, as a Partner, may, by directing for T. Day, atMr.Lowe's the Corner of Taviftock-Stfeet, Covent-Garden, Lon
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 24.

London, May 24.

This being the Birth Day of his Royal High! nefs Prince Frederick William, (youngeft Son hei Royal Highnefs the Princei's Dowager Wales) who enter'd into the tjth Year his Age, their Majefties received the Compliments of the Nobility, &c. on the Occafioii, at their Palace at St.
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 29.

London, May 29.

Yefterday Morning his Majefty reviewed Lord Robertßertie's Regiment oi Foot, in Hyde'Parkj they went thro* their Exercife with the greaeli F.xafinefs and gave univerfal Satisfaction : Her Majefty in her own Coach, their Royal Highneffes the Princes William-Henry, and Frederick,
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
r 261 1 Edinburgh y WedAefda<\fi, May 30, 1764, [ Ntim- 66 3 ??

r 261 1 Edinburgh y WedAefda<\fi, May 30, 1764, [ Ntim- 66 3 ??

30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Orkney lift of fldtpbing-.

Orkney lift of fldtpbing-.

May 1 6. Sailed from Stroninefs, the William and James, Smith, from Bergen, for Bel fa ft ; the Expedition of Aberdour, Thomfon, for Green. ck ; the Maiquis of Lorn, Morifon, from Mull, for Leith -, the Frederick, Maclean, from Fort William, for Invcrnefs; the Jean, Rollaine, fr
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D 1 N BUR G H.

E D 1 N BUR G H.

Exfraff of a letter from London. May 24. Or* Thurfday came on, before Lord Chief Ju- ftice Pratt, and the reft of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, at Weftmiiifter-hall, a hearing, wherein the Counfe.l for Ms. Beardmore went la (hew caufe why a new trial fliould not bs gr
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

They write from Berlin, in letters dated the 71b inflant that there was juft arrived there a courier from Petersbonrg, by whom they were affured, that ike treaty which had been a ion-- time on ihe tapis between the King of PrufTia and that Court, was signed the ii;th ult. but th
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from France.

Arrived the Mails from France.

From the London Papers, May _c, Rome, May 2. THE Duke of York, on his departure from hence, was waited on by the Prince Don Paul Borgbefc and she Grand Prior Cor- fini, who prefented to him, in the name of this city, a picture in msfaic work, rcprefenting the genius of painting,
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
3HHp -£•££ £*-4d& «£&'•& ?? J ?? '£#-£&•£ ; j> '"T^HAT fome time before the term of JL . Whitfunday

3HHp -£•££ £*-4d& «£&'•& ?? J ?? '£#-£&•£ ; j> '"T^HAT fome time before the term of JL . Whitfunday

laft, ALEXANDER WATT, who had, for near. a year, ferved "w'diiam Touiis. Efq ; ol "v'oodhoi!,. at Finnaven, in the county of Por far, deferred his fervice, tho' engaged foi an- other year, 2nd carried off with him ihe cioaths which he had got front; and belonged so his ma- fter,
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland