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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
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Bltalp* Venice, May 11. Auftrian Government Iftria has opened fiefh Communication with the Venetian Iftria, which had been W ut "P ea ' °" Account tbe Plague in Dalmatia; and the Proveditor Extraordinary in litiia has pnblifhed Proclamation, containing O
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Hague, May 18. La Perrieie arrived here on "**• Wedr.efday laft, and has prefentkl ed his Credentials to the States-General, as Minifter from the King of Sardinia to their High Mi^fctineffes. May 25. Baron Nolken, Envoy Extraordinary from tlie King Swede
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
 
SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY and MONDAY'S POSTS.

Arriv'J tbe Mails from Holland, France, an.i Fl. in Jen. Extrafl of a Letter from Genoa, May 4. **MgKs< - 's - "£ N the midft ofall the gaiety and plcafurc in <$• Js. wliich the Duke of York was feemingly 4&* " I •$> emerged during his flay in this city, it is *$• •&• confidentl
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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71 m FR I NT IX.Si r.,

71 m FR I NT IX Si r., IN yonr Paper of the 14th of January, you fay, " Two " Writers of oppofit. Parties, with Roman Names, ?? but I fear without Roman Natures, fcem perfectly to " agree upon the Subjcift of the Militia." So did the People of Great - Britain, King, Lords, and Co
29 May 1764 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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
 
STOCKPOItT RACES. ~6 , "S '?" ** «• <«• U MjrHoffe, Ac lour Years old, tha: never won col (Ma[obes«anptcd>nnpag

STOCKPOItT RACES. ~6 , "S '?" ** «• <«• U MjrHoffe, Ac lour Years old, tha: never won col (Ma[obes«anptcd>nnpag

ft. (he belt three two Heat*. On Weinejiay the nth, •will be for, 501. Give and Take, 14 Hands aged, to carry 9ft. higher or lower. Weight in Proportion, allowing 71b. for every Year under (even th» bell of three four Mile Heata. Ibu'JAay. the lath, will ran for, free for five a
29 May 1764 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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