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An abstract of the act 6° Geo. 111. cap. 53. Intitled An act for altering the cath of abjuration and the assurance, &c . [327.]

An abstract of the act 6° Geo. 111. cap. 53. Intitled An act for altering the cath of abjuration and the assurance, &c . [327.]

W '▼Hereas bv an aft r° / Geo - 1 f° iht f ur - % ltr f ecurit y °f his Majeftfs pe fon and and f,r extinguishing the fa.'* °.f the pretended Prince of Wales, and an fecrct abettors, it is enabled, every perfon therein mentioned, . Britain, &c. take and Cr '^ °f abjuration and e
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Poetry, &c. Happinefs; a poetical effay. Emanuel coflege, Cambridge. 1 s. T \\(f The Library ; an epiftle from boo to a gentleman, his cuftomer, defy' lo '' to dilcharge his bill. Marfi• A rattle for grown children; c n Jj& otfes, cantatas, medleys, fongs, and t Young D'Urfey. x
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
, 7. At Dublin, die Bjth vearof his age, John Fitzgerald Villiers, Earl and Vifcount of Limerick, and uncle to

, 7. At Dublin, die Bjth vearof his age, John Fitzgerald Villiers, Earl and Vifcount of Limerick, and uncle to

Mr I'itt. His Lordfliip married Frances, daughter Anthony Carey, Lord Vifcount Falkland, Premier Vifcount of Scotland; whom he had two fons and three daughters'; whom Lady Elifabeth the only furvi- Vor. 8. Neat Plumftead in Kent, yfcars and 11 days, John Lindfay, who was foldier
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

T U K Y. 1 e Smyrna, April 8. The bombardment of Trebifonde, in Natolia, continued from the 9th to the i6tli of month ; after which Pr- Heraclius of Georgia, army increafed daily, marched triumph to Neo Casfarea, which opened its gates; and he is now engaged in the Amafia, one o
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Museum Rusticum, Feb. 1766.

Museum Rusticum, Feb. 1766.

on the prefent of plant' trees; and oh the advantages and °f culture of the N >rfolk willow, other quick+growing trees. A NTLEMEN *V lori all your correfpondents, I fee T ] y any ' who pav a due regard to cies of rural improvement, which % at prefent molt wanting in our |Of . lt
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An epitome of the account of the Indian war, From a work Lately Published. [230.—232.]

An epitome of the account of the Indian war, From a work Lately Published. [230.—232.]

An epitome of the account of the Indian war, From a work Lately Published. [230. —232.] confequence of the defign formed J us by the Indians, and imme- I carried into execution, the forts Boeuf, Venango, and Prefque Ifle, ail d near the lake Erie; the fort La W P°n the lake Michi
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, July 13-1766, OM-nical 12 d.

Edinburgh, July 13-1766, OM-nical 12 d.

halfpenny. Bear-meal Bd. Prices of grain at Haddington, July 4- 11 Bejf. Second. ' h '" j- Wheat, 19s. od. 18s. fid. s ' Bear, 18 s. fid . 16 »• Oats, ifis. od. ij s. od. 14*' Peafe, xss. od. X4S. od. * 1 The Edtnbtirgh' lill of burials for J 1 Within the Males a city Fem. 57 In
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FAREWELL to POETRY. p ran ge puer c alamos. Minor. Poet. J thraldom's pad, —the fpell hath lod \ .

FAREWELL to POETRY. p ran ge puer c alamos. Minor. Poet. J thraldom's pad, —the fpell hath lod \ .

' ts P ower lc that erd eatrane'd my foul, ° u nd my blinded reafon in its chains. ; delu lion fades; its rainbow-tints a ' r evanifli; and no more V ° 2 ™ n P es perfidious, cheat my fancy. /'.deceitful hopes, fantaftic dreams! ° l ' ers my yourh, away ; deceive nor ant and tho
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
with thofe of Lord Huntington 5 1 and the late King [xxii. 54'• f June 1. At Bath, Mary Countcfs

with thofe of Lord Huntington 5 1 and the late King [xxii. 54'• f June 1. At Bath, Mary Countcfs

of therland. .p( 16. At Bath, William Sutherland, Sutherland, of putrid fever, which tor . » ty-four davs defied the power of medic 1 , - leaving iflue only a daughter £xxiii- * His Lordihip was one the P for Scotland, lieutenant-colonel-con'" 1 '" ant of battalion of liighlande
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
S R,- • ' ' April »766. the following poem pleafes as an imitation, the author's dcfigu is completed. muft

S R,- • ' ' April »766. the following poem pleafes as an imitation, the author's dcfigu is completed. muft

looked upon wholly in the lii'.ht of juvenile performance, with more and quaintnefs in it, perhaps, thin poetry or pathos. Be it it may, the author returns Mr Gray thanks for the pleafure which has received from his excellent elegy, [xiii. 144.] O. JACQU ES. The FUNERAL. An. Ele
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland