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RTIS E M £ N TS. THAT upon the ?? of June ne>.r,be:wix_ : the hours of four and five afternoon, with- in Forrefl's cofFeehoufe, there v to be expof- ed to public roup and fiie, the fubjects follow; Ing, which belonged to David Hume, Dyfter :n Edin- burgh, viz. I. The juff nnd equ
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Aa mails this Pofl.

Aa mails this Pofl.

Frsm the London Papers, May 24. Philadelphia, March 14. Robberies here are very frequent * fuppofed to be committed hy a g3ng of convicls, traofported from England. We have rogues enough of our own, and think it very hard you fliould force your villains upon us, whicii is not a
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
By Authority of the KIN G’s Royal Patentr. The following approved Medicines are faithfully prepared, and fold wholefale by DICEY,

By Authority of the KIN G’s Royal Patentr. The following approved Medicines are faithfully prepared, and fold wholefale by DICEY,

OKELL, and Co. in LONDON. I*s Health one of the greateft Bleffings that attend Mankind, fo we (liould be extremely careful to purchale Medicines prepared by Men of Fortune and Veracity, which always have been known to anfwer the great and good Deligns of the Inventors : Medicine
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public.Office at Paris, dated May 14.

ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public.Office at Paris, dated May 14.

ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public Office at Paris, dated May 14. •* While your news writers are throwing out ran- dom Conjectures' on the prefent poflure of afl.iirs, your fideof the water, they know very little of what is doing here. They talk, indeed, of fome dif
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
xtradi of a Letter from Embden, April 25.

xtradi of a Letter from Embden, April 25.

•- Our Monarch, who is ever assensive to the ol his loyal fubjecls, U determined to re-efta- ihe trade that was carried on between this . ; .-.d Canton in China, and the Afiatic compa- ?? will foon, under fuch pasronage, make a brilliant
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINB U B C H.

EDINB U B C H.

En trad rf a letter Jrom London, May 24. " Some letters from Petersburg! fay, thai a body of Tartars have entered the Ruffian Ukraine, by or- der of the Grand Signior, and that they wiif loon- be followed by an army of Turks, the deiign of which is vaibnifly conjeclured. It is r
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extrsct from Algarotti on Painting

Extrsct from Algarotti on Painting

Of the exfrefi.cn of the P A s s i o N s. _ t IT-IT language, which, above all others, tt a painter fhould carefully endeavour so learn, and from nature herfelf, is the lan- -§- guage of the paffions. Without it the fineft works mufl appear lifclefs and inanimate. It • s not eno
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WEDNESDAY POST. No Foreign Mails this Poft. naval affairs. From the EngU(h Papers, May 17. New-Tcrk, April 2. HURSDAY the

WEDNESDAY POST. No Foreign Mails this Poft. naval affairs. From the EngU(h Papers, May 17. New-Tcrk, April 2. HURSDAY the

Juno frigate capt. O’Brian, arrived here from Portfmouth, in five weeks and four days, with 138 cheftsof filver for the pay of his Majefty’s forces in North America : the fliip ran on the Eaftbank in coming up, and is not yet got i ff, hut the money was brought to town in boat o
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

ABERDEEN. ISEME NTS. fold by Roup on the 21ft June 1764., betwixt the Hours of three and four Afternoon, within the New Ikn of Aberdeen. THE Lands and Eft ate of Logit and Cbanriehill, ‘with the Miln, Multures, Ttends, Manfton Houfe, Gardens, and'whole Pertinents thereof, lying
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
and humour ; and who, though unfortunatcly dcaf, is yet as far from being dull as ever. Among other lively

and humour ; and who, though unfortunatcly dcaf, is yet as far from being dull as ever. Among other lively

fentiments, the following feems to be the true fpirit of the writer. The ribbon, fays he, fkilofophically confidercd, is certainly no more -’• Thsir a ribbon ; but I never yet knew any man who had philofophy enough to refufe it. This morning, about eleven o’clock, (and not befor
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland