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EDINBURGH.- Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Comp aHV and foldat their Priuting-houfe ia the Parliament-close ;

EDINBURGH.- Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and Comp aHV and foldat their Priuting-houfe ia the Parliament-close ;

where Mocrtifcmcnu and Subfcriptiom are takeo ??
29 July 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
W&t d&dtbonim Mtvttttf,

W&t d&dtbonim Mtvttttf,

W&t d&dtbonim ?? [Num. 6Jsiy] Edinburgh ?? Wednefday, "July 31, 1765. r tft i
31 July 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
This Day is publifh'd, A CATALOGUE Of a VALUABLE COLLECTION of BOOKS, Lately purchafed, amongflr which is the LIBRARY of

This Day is publifh'd, A CATALOGUE Of a VALUABLE COLLECTION of BOOKS, Lately purchafed, amongflr which is the LIBRARY of

The Rev. Dr. OGIL B V, of Kirklinton, And the Remainder of the LIBRARY of The Rev. Mr. MOORE, of Headinglev ; Which will bejin to be fold, very cheap, the loweft Price printed in the Catalogue, on Wcdncfdav the 7th of Auguft next, By JOSEPH OGLE, Bookfeller in Kirkoati, Leeds. C
30 July 1765 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
advertisements.

advertisements.

be lett, either in whole or in Parts, and to be entered to at Whitfunday, 1766. THE Farm ojf ROTHNICK, lying in the Parifh ot Fettcreflb, and County of Mearns; it contains a very large Extent of good arable Ground, and rich Meadows, with an immenfe Failure, and inex* haulliblc M
29 July 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A*. vh„. lu ltlc *»;■ iU'd luliy,, bo* lit,, Towksik, Buck,, dor. n, . •ill ronduto 'i ni> w tad,.

A*. vh„. lu ltlc *»;■ iU'd luliy,, bo* lit,, Towksik, Buck,, dor. n, . •ill ronduto 'i ni> w tad,.

; ‘■•’•ry duK,.,, •ondon, k. >ni)pi!fc. 3- Of its jrt. « wild benli tlie ptn,iq 8* 6. 01 tfie for Bo,ca the vaitous er. y. WdfcMiv Uk full a. !«■ 9. Of tin of Y the crown, cbiif.} out in it. y hue few, ’nui'e iments >oJ vcnereble pit, iquity, wti bung ilic onl) which ire if. ict
29 July 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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of Sallee, that they have abandoned lr ftiifis, and fled unto the mountains. We have not yet received the names

of Sallee, that they have abandoned lr ftiifis, and fled unto the mountains. We have not yet received the names

of the two French fhips that were taken by Ras Salah ; and the only account have is, that one of them was bound from Martin:co to Marfeilles, and the other from Cadiz to the raft Galicia, i.xtra£l Cj a letter from dated June 28. 2. Commodore Harrlfon is here with the Centurion m
29 July 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extratt of a letter from Douglas, in the Ifie cf.Man, dated the .itth inftant.

Extratt of a letter from Douglas, in the Ifie cf.Man, dated the .itth inftant.

Extratt of a letter from Douglas, in the Ifie cf Man, dated the .itth inftant. *'■ We have a great many troops from Ireiand, and moft of his Majefty's Officers of the Cuftoms ; fo that now we. are aaing in a feene quite different from the cu'ftomary one. ?? Yefterday his Majefty
29 July 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the mails from France, Holland, and Flanders.

Arrived the mails from France, Holland, and Flanders.

From the London Papers, July 26. Cadiz, June 1 ?? ACcordrng to the news received by the St. Croix merchant ftiip, lately arrived here from Bue- nos Ayres, the Magnanime ftiip of war, and two Tftllanders, are arrived at that place, and have landed there about 800 troops, with a p
29 July 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the Printer ofthe St. James's Chronicle.

To the Printer ofthe St. James's Chronicle.

SIR, ?? j HILE we hear complaints of every fide, with VV refpect to the manifeft decay ofour com- merce, and the hardftiips of the manufacturers, it is aftonifhing that the principal caufe of theft: evils has never been removed ! If it be the real de- fign of thofe who direc"! p
31 July 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

The black vomit (a c'iftemper confequent en heavy rains) continued to rage at ihe Havannah. when the laft letters were received from Jamaica. Yefterday was paid into his Majefty's Exchequer 22i,i75l- t;s. 7 d. in one fingle Bank note, f.r one week's duties in tlie Cuftoms ; out
31 July 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland