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ji LONDON, September Saturday 14 pnfoners were tried at the Old Bailey, three of whom wore capitally convicted, viz. Elizabeth

ji LONDON, September Saturday 14 pnfoners were tried at the Old Bailey, three of whom wore capitally convicted, viz. Elizabeth

Dunn, lor talfely making and forging note of hand, in the name of Mary Wallace, and publflhing the fame to Mr. Edward Hooper, with intent to defraud him of 31. and upward'. John M‘K.enzie, for dealing two filver pint mugs, the property of John Abedward. Ar.d Maria ]cnkius, for t
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
and Co. F.- ciiln ; J. leift one r-putahle trade?- in the cities and chief towns in Great -R ,

and Co. F.- ciiln ; J. leift one r-putahle trade?- in the cities and chief towns in Great -R ,

;.,—T r „u. a America, and moft parts of Europe. Whore may had, under Smdlion of the KING’S Royal Paterts, iJr. Bateman’s Peftoral Drops, for Rheumatifms, Pams in the fro rs. Dr Andcrfon’s True Scots Pillr, ts. Dr. RadclifTs famous Pitrp,i-e. Elixir, being the bed Purifier of th
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
*' However well difpofed mens minds may be, there.are fome things -which are not to be committed to their.wills. .

*' However well difpofed mens minds may be, there.are fome things -which are not to be committed to their.wills. .

?? However well difpofed mens minds may be, there are fome things -which are not to be committed to their wills. . ** The whole conftitution is in danger if this matter is not prevented by fome future law • and 1 think I have in my head a fufficient expedient, that can no way imp
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

S I R. TAm glad to hear that tax upon dogs is to be laid at the next meeting ot Parliament, and nope the fad dogs, whether in or out of place, will not excepted. Would you know whom 1 call fad dogs ? I mean all thofe, who, for their own private advantages, betray the interefts o
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
EDINBURGH, 25.

EDINBURGH, 25.

11. At the Circuit Court ot Glafgow, which was opened on Thuifday lad the inttant, by Lords Auchinleck ano Coalfton, Alexander Proven diftiller in Abbay or Limekills o» Paiflev, indited for the murder of his own wife in a muft cruel, barbarous, and unheard of manner, after trial
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Berlin, September 14. , , . if-A'ATM HIS morning the King of Pruflia, attended by the Prince Royal, young Prince

Berlin, September 14. , , . if-A'ATM HIS morning the King of Pruflia, attended by the Prince Royal, young Prince

Hcmy Pruffm, * r the two Princes ot Brunfwick tn tms IcrYicc, arrived here in perfeft health from Silcfia. 111? Pruflian Majefty found the nobility and gentry alfernbled the drawing room the Palace, and among ■ retl brother Prince Henry, who came Berlin Thatiday from Rhinlberg,
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
K I N G’s COLLEGE.

K I N G’s COLLEGE.

I N G’s COLLEGE. THE COMPE riON for Bun'ariesin the King’s College will begin, as ufual, the laft Monday of Oftober, ana the Selfton of t te College will fit down on the firft Monday of November, againft which time Burfars are defired to attend. The Univerfity have refolved, That
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick, who arrived about nine SarUm and Ealing 'IURNPIK.Ej O’clock in the evening. • Truftees will

the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick, who arrived about nine SarUm and Ealing 'IURNPIK.Ej O’clock in the evening. • Truftees will

meet by Adjournment confidently reported that their HighnelTes will remain the Wo(ineldjy l() / of o £t 1,.r ntxt. .t the here three >\eeks. • j* i « 0 Huufc Mr. Baiky. ii»c Halt in at:ix Clock Oxford, Sept, 27. Lad Saturday morning died, aged 84, mtlls£vemnK the Kev. Dr. Booth,
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
male in the cultivation lands. the fmaller. X O N D O N. is faid, that great encouragement will given

male in the cultivation lands. the fmaller. X O N D O N. is faid, that great encouragement will given

by the Parliament next feffion to the growth and cultivation ol madder in Great Britain. 4. The Right Eion. Lord Caihcart is now talked of to fuccccd Lord Frederick Campbell, as keeper "the Privy Seal or Scotland. We hear that the Phyficians of a great perfonage have a tour to t
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Foreign Literature.

Foreign Literature.

A complete and accurate defcription of Switzerland, with the adjacent countries^ and thofe of its allies, Part I. Zurich. 1765. SWITZRERLAND is one of the higheft coun- tries in Europe, being chiefly compofed of lonj? chains of mountains piled one upoh another, snd terminated by
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland