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*"P 0 1 ,e author of the Scots Magazine. Edinburgh, 1766. 0 who have the misfirtune to be ' c

*"P 0 1 ,e author of the Scots Magazine. Edinburgh, 1766. 0 who have the misfirtune to be ' c

°mmonlv fpend their live* in cicty dn e '^' cne^3 » are ufelefs to fo- p er / , a . nd a burden their friends. fituation demand our r corn ; ami anv one who e thfie evils, certainly deferves furc th' l^e public. It is with pleaautlip, ' < : rc f' yTe nd you the following Mr R '
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On the high price of provisions.

On the high price of provisions.

A 0 V iter, who figns himfelf A citizen tint* n don y and who, by fome wrifcerf ° n le ' ü bje&, has fliewn himfelf a cov n a ' * I ' , ties, takes upon him todif- a nd C e Cau e high price bread, s°.P re fcribe the remedy. The caufe a 'cribes to the ingroflers of farms, and e O
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

T R K Y. London, Jan. 20. Letters from Conatitinople advife, that the Turks have again defeated, in the ftreights of e Tefchudis, by the Georgians; that e who commanded them, with number of other officer , had been Jtie prilonersj and that the booty ieiwas very confiderable." Po
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An INVITATION in WINTER. Written to a L A D NO W hoary Winter, with refifllefs pow'r, Clafps fhiv'ring Nature

An INVITATION in WINTER. Written to a L A D NO W hoary Winter, with refifllefs pow'r, Clafps fhiv'ring Nature

his aged arms; The meads, difrob'd of ev'ry plant and flow'r, With gloomy afpedl, mourn their raviih'd charms. The tow'ring elms, which grace yon mountain'* brow, Bend to the wild winds o'er the threat'ning Heep; White wave the woods beneath involving fnow. And in their caves th
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

t cal Affairs. A fummary of 1 public affairs of laft year i.—13. Foreign affairs in Europe 45 Affairs America and in ihe Eaft In- j >es 48 jo. Domeflic affairs. The King's fpeech i*. Prince Frederick-William's funeral A fuperfcetation ib. An extraordina-; i T y cafe in furgCry i
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Progress of Flax-Husbandry in Scotland.

Progress of Flax-Husbandry in Scotland.

L°rd Kames; and publifhed, ftees e January, the Tru- Impro/ements.j P ° Wer 3 ate confifts chiefly Peonlp _ nurn ber and induftry of its ance that muft be of mPortobfervar' tr, butes to thefe ends. This a confoi ° inen manufacture in hands f° r it employs many dufiry t re: l u '
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The history of a private convention for taxing the colonies, on the commencement of the French incroachments on their back settlerments in America.

The history of a private convention for taxing the colonies, on the commencement of the French incroachments on their back settlerments in America.

The history of a private convention for taxing the colonies, on the commencement the French incroachments on their back settlerments in America. |N July 1754, when the French incroachments in America began to fpread general alarm, coinmiflionert from many of the colonies met at A
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Chronological Series of Events.

A Chronological Series of Events.

A Chronological Series Events. /lug. 30. Rt Hon. James Stuart Mackenzie again appointed Keeper of the Privy Seal Scotland. 30. Prince Charles Hefle-Caflel married to the Princefs Louifa of Denmark. 50J. Sept. Rifings in feveral places in England, on account of die high pricc of p
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Summary or recapitulation of the Public Affairs of the year 1765.

A Summary or recapitulation of the Public Affairs of the year 1765.

A Summary or recapitulation of the Public Affairs the year 1765. IN Riving a fummary view or recapitulation of the moll remarkable preceding public affairs, at or near the beginning of each year, we to not ' ce Persia, as bordering upthe dominions of two powerful Eurocjean ftates
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
8. At London, Lady Clair, widow oS Gen. St Clair of St Clair. [x*v. 613.] 14. Copenhagen, Frederick V. King

8. At London, Lady Clair, widow oS Gen. St Clair of St Clair. [x*v. 613.] 14. Copenhagen, Frederick V. King

Denmark. [4J.J At Corfe caflle, in the ifle Purbeck, the year of her age, Mrs Mary Symmonds; whofe grandchildren have got their grandchildren. 16. At Settle Yorkfliire, the Counteft of Gyllenborough, relidt Baron Sparre, formerly many year 9 amballador from Sweden to die court o
1 January 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland