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EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CompaN-*" and fold at their Printin^-hoiife in the ParUament-clofe ;

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman, John Richardson and CompaN-*" and fold at their Printin^-hoiife in the ParUament-clofe ;

where <rfdvertifemer.ts and Subfcriptions are tcaken in*
10 February 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
T7sl RICA TRIUMPHANT;.OR.n FNG LA ND' 3 DOWNFALL.

T7sl RICA TRIUMPHANT;.OR.n FNG LA ND' 3 DOWNFALL.

T7sl RICA TRIUMPHANT; OR n FNG L A ND ' 3 DOWNFALL. fo the Tune of There -was a jovial Beggar. ■ _-— iHIS world is like a whirligig, ?? And fwiftly fpins about ; And nations, like great ftatcfmen, JL- Are fometimes in and out. And to America -we'll go, &c. ' -f 0 Britain F rance
26 February 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TIIIS is 10 oive notice to all Gentlemen and Ladies, tint the PRUSSIAN ■ PERFOR vlEl- *fll exhibite en Monday

TIIIS is 10 oive notice to all Gentlemen and Ladies, tint the PRUSSIAN ■ PERFOR vlEl- *fll exhibite en Monday

the 17th "mil. WedneMay 19'h, and Friday 2 ill, in the forenoon, to begin exaclly at 12 o'clock, and to continue till two. — Like.vife, on Tuefday the iSib, Thurfday _<_th,-»nd Saturday 23d, in the evenings ; to begin exactly at fix o'clock. Price two fhillings each, at the Edin
15 February 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
-^V ERTISEMENTS. OS T or STOLEN out of rhe Wog- f 1 con belongingto Gilbert Kiipatrick, a BOX, lrl;mn_ tony-fix

-^V ERTISEMENTS. OS T or STOLEN out of rhe Wog- f 1 con belongingto Gilbert Kiipatrick, a BOX, lrl;mn_ tony-fix

yards grey fi'-k, betwixc £Sd near Wooller, and Edinburgh, be- 111,Monday the 3 d inftant and Wednefday the I but is fufpecled to have been itoien when ; J. ' a - :t 0 i*. was then unloading at theCowgate- [ \ °\ns perfon or perfons that can give no- i !of the fame to James Murr
12 February 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

By a calculation made by an eminent Amcricin merchant, it appears that the whole taxes in all tbe American provinces do not amount, upon an art- rage, to more than eight pence per' head per »«u on every individual pcrfon, including men, wo- men, and children ; whereas the taxes
17 February 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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New- York, D*e, a. A* no Licefce* lot Marriage could be obtained fince the sit of No- vember, for want of stamped Paper, wa can af- lure the Publick, fevsrai genje.l Couple war* tiublifbed in the different Chuichef of thit City aft Week ; and we hear that the young Ladie* of thi
13 February 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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NIW-PORT, {Rhode Ifiaml] Dtc. 16. A Vef- fcl from New- York, which arrived here ' cf'ter- day, was cleared out there laft Week, without Stamps, with a Certificate that none were to be had. At Philadelphia, Veffelt, we hear, are cleared out in the fame M&nner. Boston, Dtc. 16. In
13 February 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
€$t Dap lucre pufflityeft, PROPOSALS for Printing by Subscription^ The THIRD EDITION, (With a great Variety of interefting Additions and

€$t Dap lucre pufflityeft, PROPOSALS for Printing by Subscription^ The THIRD EDITION, (With a great Variety of interefting Additions and

Improve- ments throughout the Whole, adapting the fame to the ■prefent State of Britifh Affairs in America, fince the late Treaty of Peace made in the Year 1763) Mr. POStLETEWAffs New British Universal DICTIONARY of TRADE and C O M M E R C E. In T WO VOLUMES, Folio. . . Illuftra
21 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D ON, Feb. 17.

L 0 N D ON, Feb. 17.

L 0 N D ON, Fe b. 17. Saturday Morning feveral of the principal Officers of State waited upon his Majelty at the Queen's Palace. The much talked of Changes, it is faid, are not yet fettled. We hear that his Majefty has written a Letter of Con- dolance, with his own Hand, to the y
21 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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L 0 N D 0 Ny -F c d. ii. • WE hear the Bill to allow the Importation of Coi-n and Grain from his Majefty's Planta- tions; and the Bill for prohibiting the .Exportation "Of Corn,, Flour,. Bread, Sfcfchl ] &C"lfave paifdl.iin augafl Houfe. ?? ■.\:\wn.v.-wa ? Tt'is'-faid Wo fepnrat
14 February 1766 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England