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To his Excellency

To his Excellency

W 1 L L I A If F R A N. iv L I >T, Eft*-; Captain-general, Governor, and Commander "in. Chief in and over his Majefty's province of No- va Ca-farea, or New-]erfey, and territories there- on depending in America, Chancellor, and Vice Admiral in the fame, Sic. The humble addrefs o
4 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No mails this Pofi.

No mails this Pofi.

From the London Papers, May 31. IVarfa-w, May t2. YESTERDAY the Grand Marfhal of the Crown, who. in the ordinary courfe of things, is charged with the fafety and policy of city, was di- verted of all jurifdiction. This day the command ofthe army is taken from the Grand-General ;
4 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract ofa letter from Ratisbon, May 28.

Extract ofa letter from Ratisbon, May 28.

" Some.difputes are faid to have happened be- tween a certain Prince and his States, and which, it's pretended, are carried to fiich a height,, that the latter claim the protection of two powers to obtain an adminidration. One of the powers Gretna not difpofed to refute it ; but
16 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
<pi,e folh-ejins, is his Majeffy,s moft Gracious Letter.to the General Affemldy of 'the Church of Scotland.

<pi,e folh-ejins, is his Majeffy,s moft Gracious Letter.to the General Affemldy of 'the Church of Scotland.

<pi, e folh-ejins, is his Majeffy , s moft Gracious Letter to the General Affemldy of 'the Church of Scotland. GEORGE R. RIGHT Reverend, am! well beloved, we greet you well ; having the moft perfect and entire confidence in your duty, loyal- ty and affection to par perfon and go-
9 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
T°- beSO - LD ' b ?? r ° l, P^ 3t Camngron, .." X yen miles fouth from Edinburgh,

T°- beSO - LD ' b ?? r ° l, P^ 3t Camngron, .." X yen miles fouth from Edinburgh,

upor . Monday the »-■„■ of June Current, in fepa v * lots, r The HAY CROP from foivn Clover and Rye grafs feeds, growing upon a lam? qu**m*j t.ty-f ground. The roup will begin ,£Wv- HORSES, and other particulars. R-Mift&^l ?? : will fi-ow die prernifip. ff^HAT there is to be fol
9 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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f 297 ] j Num. 6(541] Edinburgh, fflednefday J mie 20, 1764.
20 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVER TI SEMENTS. MRS. SANDERS is now moved from her houfe in Halkerfton's wyt:J, to a neat genteel lioufe, well

ADVER TI SEMENTS. MRS. SANDERS is now moved from her houfe in Halkerfton's wyt:J, to a neat genteel lioufe, well

lighted, and of eafy ac- cefs, in Elackfriers wynd, Edinburgh, where fhe continues her BOARDING SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES, .where the following bran- ches cf female education will be carefully taught-. white feam, and all forts of coloured work, em- broidery, Drefden work, paintin
23 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrivef the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

Arrivef the Mails from Holland and Flanders.

From the London Gazette, June 1 6. St. Jame's, June 16. Extra-it ol a letter from Major Adams to the late Earl ot Egremont, elated at the Head Quarters at Doudnagurin Bengal, November 20, 1763- IN my laft I acquainted yonr Lordiliip with the hippy fitu.vtion of aft -irs in this
20 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
f 309 3 ( Norn 66441 Fjd'inbtirgfo, H'ednefday June 27, 1764.

f 309 3 ( Norn 66441 Fjd'inbtirgfo, H'ednefday June 27, 1764.

27 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON. June 2&.

LONDON. June 2&.

As the Spaniards have it forms thought proper to their Violences at Hondyras, fome other of the like Kind Sea, particularly in their taking of the Engbfh Veffel the Coaft of Corunna, it ia to be hoped notwithftanding their Pretence of Miftake it will not be pafied over in Silenc
30 June 1764 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England