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General Pofl-office, Edinburgh, June 12, 1765.

General Pofl-office, Edinburgh, June 12, 1765.

PUblic Notice is hereby given, That, by an aft paffed the laft Seflion of Parliamenr, ?? For aliering certain rates of poftage. and foe " amending, explaining, and enlarging feveral " provifions in the aft of she ninth of Queen " Anne, and crher afts relating to the poft of- " f
15 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extratt of a letter from Portfmouth, May 31.

Extratt of a letter from Portfmouth, May 31.

?? In the beginning of this month a. general Court-martial was held here, for the trial of feveral deferters from the divifion of Marines belonging to this place. Some have been ptinifhcd by receiving from one thoufand .to three hundred lafhes, accord- ing to the nature of their
8 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
jfrivM the Mails from Holland and Flmders.

jfrivM the Mails from Holland and Flmders.

fro.vi the London Gazette, June r. AT Ib^e Court at St. James's, the 29th Day of May, 1765, PRESENT, The KING's moft Excellent Majefty in Council. THIS day the Right Honourable Frederick Campbell, Efq; commonly called Lord Fre- derick Campbell, and Thomas Vifcount Wey- mouth, we
5 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, June 1

From the London Papers, June 1

A M E R 1 C A. Williamsburg in Virginia, Alarch i. Captain Thonipfon, and the John and PrefTey from Lon- don, arrived in James River; in lat. 32. fpoke vith 'a floop from Tortola, which a few days be- fore had been plundered of oery thing of value by a Spanifh brigantine. The Sp
5 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

BxtraS of 3 lei t-r from London, May 28. '■ It is confidently fiid, that no farther altera- tions will be made at this ti.iir ; but it is reported th.i fonie Peers will be created, aniongft ?? they name the M.itq-iis of Lorn, who is to have ilic title of Earl of Greenwich. " Nex
1 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Prom the London Papers, June _J.

Prom the London Papers, June _J.

St. Lizer, (capita! of Conferans) May 29. On the 39th of this month, the Sunday of the Oclave of the Alcenfion, about eleven in the morning, they had an earti quake in the Pyrenees, which was felt 17 leagues round. The fhock laftcd near a minute, and was ,/very violent, efpecial
29 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.- Printed for and by Walter Fuddiman, John Richardson and Can* and feldat their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-clofe ; where

EDINBURGH.- Printed for and by Walter Fuddiman, John Richardson and Can* and feldat their Printing-houfe in the Parliament-clofe ; where

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29 June 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IPSWICH: Printed {er 2, Craxciiton end W. Jackson. (Price Two-Penes Ilalfrcnr.y../

IPSWICH: Printed {er 2, Craxciiton end W. Jackson. (Price Two-Penes Ilalfrcnr.y../

8 June 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
F. Country News.

F. Country News.

f. Gkucefter,Jur.e io. The Storm, which was fo violently felt at Oxford, did not extend itfelf to this Part of the Coun- try ; we don't hear that it fell nearer to us than South Cer- ney, at which Place it greatly damaged the Church. The Torrent of Water was fo impetuous that it
15 June 1765 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
W N E D, AVVurkinir Surviyor, the Turnpike Road h*om Chapel Heath, in the County Oxfoid, the Quarry Boulton on

W N E D, AVVurkinir Surviyor, the Turnpike Road h*om Chapel Heath, in the County Oxfoid, the Quarry Boulton on

ili« Hill, in the County Glouceftfr.---Ai)y Perfon t]vulilied una«rl»k» Olficr, is ilclirvJ aticml llic Cominiinoncr* »t next Meeting, to lie held »t the Wlute Hart Mourton in the Mttrfli, ou the Twentyfecond Day of July, 1765.
15 June 1765 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England