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Poland.

Poland.

Warsaw May 7. This, which was the Day fixed for the Opening of the Diet, has happily palled without any Acts of Violence. Prince AdamCzartorinfky, CoufinGtrman toCountPoniatowfky, was chofen Marfhal and having taken the Oath, fixed the Seflion for the Day after Tomorrow j after
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Germany.

Germany.

Berlin, May 12. On the sth, all theHoufes the Freyftadt, excepting five, were reduced to Allies ; and thirty Houfes at Lower-Siegerfdorff, a Village the Duchy of Glogau, underwent the fame Fate. The Inhabitants were not able to fave their Effe&s.
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CUPI D ' s Revenge. I. A Scornful Nymph, w-ho Love defj'd, Saw Princes kneel in vain Their low Suhmiflion*

CUPI D ' s Revenge. I. A Scornful Nymph, w-ho Love defj'd, Saw Princes kneel in vain Their low Suhmiflion*

raised her Pride, And arm'd her with Difdain. ll* With peaceful Triumphs was (he bleft Full many a happy Year, Nor Love nor Inrerelt touch"d her Bread, She liv'd as free as Air. 111. When thus {he cried : I ftill enjoy My Apaihy Divine Let Cupid oth«r Hearts deftroy, He dares no
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
 
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
 
From the London Papers, May 26.

From the London Papers, May 26.

IViirfia-jo, flay 7. Tbe troops of the Generals Dafchkow and Commoutoff came 10 encamp the 4th in the evening under the walls of thi. city. Their camps are d; fended by entrenchments and artillery ; and there are piquets at all the avenues leading to the town, to prevent a furpr
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

Wednefday there was a ftsll Court of Directors at the Eaft-India-Houfe ; when sMr. Sumner and Francis Sykes, Efq]- r , took leave of the Court, in order to proceed according to their different ap- pointments. Lord Clive did not take leave that day. Lord Cflve, we hear, has order
30 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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