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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
 
Edinburgh^ Monday , September 30^ ._i7<ss. [Num. 6841] [ 4<fc

Edinburgh^ Monday , September 30^ ._i7<ss. [Num. 6841] [ 4<fc

30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTE R,

To the PRINTE R,

S I R, IHAVE obferved frequent mention made of late in the pubfic papers, of & vcral gentlemen of the Houfe of Commons being to be created Peers beforethe ?? of Parliament ; and :„ confequence of this information, feveral letters Mvc appeared endeavouring to point out the dif- a
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

ABER D E E N: Printed and fold James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.] THfc write from Stockholm, that one Rich* ards, an Englifh tanner, meets with great encouragement from the government, in the eflablifhment of a tannery, which produces foie leather, equal in goodnels t
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SYLLOG ISTICUS.

SYLLOG ISTICUS.

A Character. AMONGST all the ?? or peculiar cha- rasters that make their appearance in the co- medy of life, there is none of fb troublefome and diftinguiihing a nature, as the Eternal Difpuref, who, relying upon his knowledge, pretends formal- ly to invalidate the opinions cf e
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Arrived the mails from Flanders.

Arrived the mails from Flanders.

From the London Papers, Sept. 26. Paris, Sept. 13. ON" the 9th infl. there was a great meeting at Mr. de Brou's, late keeper of the feals, to debate upon fonie queftions under confideration re- lative 10 trade. All the King's Miniflers, the Counfellors of State, the Intendants o
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDIN B U R. G H,

EDIN B U R. G H,

Mrs- Jean Rai tray, widow of the late Lieutenant Colonel George Mure of General Johnfton's regi- ment, died here on Wednefday laft. It is hoped her relations will accept of this as a proper intima- tion of her death. On Saturday morning .laft. died here, Mr* William Budge of Tof
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Her moil Serene the Dutclicfs of Mecklenburgh Schwerin, together wnth the I’rincels Ulrique, fet out on Saturday lull their return

Her moil Serene the Dutclicfs of Mecklenburgh Schwerin, together wnth the I’rincels Ulrique, fet out on Saturday lull their return

to Ludwigs-Lull in ptrleif health Whitehall, Sept. The King has been to conftitute and appoint John Campbell, F.fq; commonly called Marquis of Lorne, Lieutenant - General of his Majetty’s torces, to lonel the tirll batalion of the fill, or royal_ regiment ot foot Ireland, late u
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Glottcefier, Sept. 23. There are now in the garden of John Dutton, Efq; at Poulton, Wiltfltire, three apple-trees, Upon which on one hde are ripe fruit, and the other, the find! bloflbms, and leaves Jull put forth. It remarkable, that the branches which produce the blofloms were
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
154 With regard the affaircf St. Cloud, confe* X3uenc« the information'ttohkh has been’made tcuchirrj refufal of the opening of the

154 With regard the affaircf St. Cloud, confe* X3uenc« the information'ttohkh has been’made tcuchirrj refufal of the opening of the

gate to the minifter, fear devotees have been fummnned to appear perfonally, ‘end it has been ordained, that Abbe Terray, who is nominated CornmV.iary, proceed there order to examine taem, and that the nek woman fhould be authonfed to <»et the facraments adminiftered to her any
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland