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From the London Papers, June 5.

From the London Papers, June 5.

From the Vijlula, in the neighbourhood cf IVar- fave, May 17. We don't yet perceive that the King of Pruffia makes any great movements, tho' difcord already runs very high among the Poles : it is true, he has ordered feveral regiments to file off towards Cultrin and Stargard ; b
9 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.- Printed for ami by Walter Ruddi Man% John R ff «„«.-*.„ „„! r„ .nd r.s_« rheir Printing-house ia the

EDINBURGH.- Printed for ami by Walter Ruddi Man% John R ff «„«.-*.„ „„! r„ .nd r.s_« rheir Printing-house ia the

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9 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Exlrail of a letter from-Madrid, May 22-

Exlrail of a letter from-Madrid, May 22-

Exlrail of a letter from -Madrid, May 22- v By difpatches lately received from Don Pedro Cevallos, Governor. : of Rio Plata,, we learn that the Portugefe having fortified themfclvcs in the de- file of Chuy, and fome other places along the coaft as far as Rio-Grande, ha h3d fet ou
25 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ExtraCl of a Letter from the Granadoes.

ExtraCl of a Letter from the Granadoes.

*■« Many of the French, who remained here af- ter the peace, have already fold their plantations to Englifh ?? at a very high price : moft of the purclulers are gentlemen from Jamaica and the Leeward-iftands, an d others are daily arriving fot the lame purpofe: It may feeni ftra
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TAMES BAYNE takes this opporruni- •l ty of acquainting Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, that as he has had a long

TAMES BAYNE takes this opporruni- •l ty of acquainting Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, that as he has had a long

tract: of expe* riencein planning and laying out of wardens, bo** boofe* for pine apples, hot walls for forcing grapes, -with policies in the modern tafte, &c- -having given fatisfaclion to the Noblemen and Gentlemen he was fo happy to ferve both i a Scotland and England, encour
30 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Printed and fold by jf. W H SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. > N, M'_a » . [Y Letter* from Warfew, the Eftnprefs -of RuQia bu ordered 7000 frefli Troop* to liipport ttK Lithuanian Confederacy, the Cities of Wilda.Grodno, Brzefk, &c. have taken the Oath of Fidelity 10 the Maifhal o
2 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
It be SOLD, tt the (tji nuuut.

It be SOLD, tt the (tji nuuut.

It be SOLD, the (tji nuuut. Etrhei her w in 'he following Lots, at ihe Hou r e of Mond>, in ftterr, Berwick upon Tweed, between tr.r: liouis of Ten :md TwciTe in the foienoon, Tuefdap the z6(h Tune infimt. H MANOR or LOKDSHIPof in the Lc*:i!<, in tiic County Mor.benibfriand. oith
9 June 1764 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To the leading members of a late MINORITY in the house of Commons.

To the leading members of a late MINORITY in the house of Commons.

May 1764. fome o<" your fhould w not be perfectly acquainted with the to that which you tl °Ußht into the of Commons, viz. (r Whether a general warrant from a e tarv of be warrantable law, or j, 0 * ? is nothing fingular. Di(lance from fcene of aftion, and diligence the eprefent
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The great benefit of SALT to cattle,-with the method of using it.

The great benefit of SALT to cattle,-with the method of using it.

not find that the farmers England _ know the great advantages which maybe e d from the ufe fait in the bufinefs ..fattening cattle ; whereas in Amcrica we • ' it, in manner, abfolutely neceffary ; accordingly give it to almoft every kind c attle; and thofc with parted hoofs are
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Prices of grain at Haddington, July 6. 1764.

Prices of grain at Haddington, July 6. 1764.

Prices of grain Haddington, July 6. 1764. Beft. Second. Thir&-. "Wheat, 19s. od. 18s. «d. 17s. 6 \. Bear, s. id. s. <5 d. s. 4',, Oats, us. od. ns. fid. 10 s. Peafe, at. 10 s. d. 10 s. ° . Edinburgh, July 17. i . Oat-meal haltpenay. Bear-meal 7d. halfpenny. Fc meal 7 d. ' '' e Ed
1 June 1764 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland