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From the London Papers, May 17.

From the London Papers, May 17.

New-York. April 2. Thurday the Juno frigate Capt. O'Brian, arrived here from Portfmouth in five weeks and four days, with 138 chefts of filver for the pay of his Majefty's forces in "North-America : the fhip ran on the Eaft-bank in coming up, and n not yet got off, but the money
21 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINB U X G H.

EDINB U X G H.

ExtraCt of a letter from London, May ij. « The trial of Ph p C 1 W b, Efq; for alledged perjury in thr: cafe between W s and the nieffengers, comes on Tuefday the 2 2d. — » fin has got a Middifex jury, which is fuppofed fa- vourable for him. " There have been grem debates in the
21 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
—E-nfionj* 3- is faid, that near families arc ready to .avk. for St. Vincent, Tobago, and the Fioridas, ii; ofSer

—E-nfionj* 3- is faid, that near families arc ready to .avk. for St. Vincent, Tobago, and the Fioridas, ii; ofSer

to fettle in thole fettlements. Martinko, and tlie other French iflands ; - > Weft-Indies, Irifh beef and other fait provii, .re plentiful, that a profit of fifty per cent. J .r- n made by fome Jew-hrokers, in felling large qj, .ries to the planters of St. Kits, and the adjacen;
21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Copy ofi a letter fro n an Officer of the fourth regi- ment of foot, .ilited St . Vincent. Ja>'-25- -*.« The ifland of St. Vincent is alniofl a defart, very woody and mountainous. The French inha- bitants, who are fettled in different parts to the lee- ward, poffefs the lefs con
21 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High Water at Leith.

High Water at Leith.

Moon's age. Moon riles. Morn. Even. H. M. H. M. H. M. Wednefday j23 I 1 Morn. 34 I S 2.6.! 8 49 Thurfday j 2.4 j 1 40 j 9 13 j 9 36
21 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ABERDEEN: Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

ABERDEEN: Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, May 21, 1764.

MONDAY, May 21, 1764.

is purfuing, lord Clive has wrote circular letters to feveral old and brave officers who have formerly ferved under him, to know if they are willing to embark again by which it feems he is determined to leave no means unufed that may in any ways contribute to the fuccefs of this
21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
I R E L A N D.

I R E L A N D.

lb. Friday the wife Air. William Walker Rogcrs’s-lane, was fafely delivered ot a (on. What is remarkable, he is above years o( agt, and (he 52 {he never had a child beiote, tho’ married another man years, and has been but nine nooniba and two days married 10 hcr'ptcfitjjt husban
21 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the Publifhers of the Caledonian Mercury. _

To the Publifhers of the Caledonian Mercury. _

I DO not blame you for tne lame ana partial account given in your paper of Saturday laft, concerning the proceedings of the Presbytery of Edinburgh on the 17th currenr, becaufe, very probably, you had no accefs to be prefent at that meeting': but, as you are the fervant of the p
21 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISE M*E N TS SS^gSn?fiE!S §££€£398 may aifo be got at this warehoufe. F -p HAT on Thurfday the z

ADVERTISE M*E N TS SS^gSn?fiE!S §££€£398 may aifo be got at this warehoufe. F -p HAT on Thurfday the z

4 th of May current:' JL betwixt the hours of four and five after nooft. there is to be expofed to fale, by way of public roup, within Forreft's ?? in E- dinburgh, Thar DWELLING HOUSE, GAR- DEN, ftable and other office-houfes, lying at the well end of Fountainbridge, near Edinbu
21 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland