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SIR, Kdnty Sept. 20. 1766. The following flory, though ancient date, will, I apprehend, be acceptabie to your readers. F.

SIR, Kdnty Sept. 20. 1766. The following flory, though ancient date, will, I apprehend, be acceptabie to your readers. F.

*~l HE Emperor Rodolpbus bad treated the people Switzerland with great rigour, that they entered into a egainfl him; and the ift of Januafy 1 p,cß heme fixed for their rifing, at! accident happened in the mean time which pave them frefh provocation, and had like have occafioned
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MARRI A S. " St James's, Oft Wednefday, the Ift inftant, in ihe evening, the ceremony of the efpoufals, or

MARRI A S. " St James's, Oft Wednefday, the Ift inftant, in ihe evening, the ceremony of the efpoufals, or

contract of marriage, between his Majefty Chriftian VII. King Denmark, (reprefcnted by his R. H. the Duke of York, his procurator), and her R. Highnefs the Caroline Matilda, his Majefty's youngeft fifter [xxvii. 9.], was folemnly performed in the great council-chamber here, his
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
r r ta les, long relations, ? rc 'y trefpafs on your patience. It* efore return, ,H| c elefHal nymph

r r ta les, long relations, ? rc 'y trefpafs on your patience. It* efore return, ,H| c elefHal nymph

you burn; r y fti 11 your bofom warms, A?"* ne's fweetcr charms. mufl the man attend, j'*Bri a f ympathifing friend, happinefs who fliares, ,Q u](j his blifs, and foothes his cares, r next our ardent thoughts employ, j, p rt cd each with conscious joy. e w 'th gradual gloom the
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER/

To the PRINTER/

THE fymploms of a decayed confti'inion, are luxury, profligacy, and corruption ; thole of a declining ftare, are oppreffive taxes, the prevalence of parti.i! intcrefts, furious confederacies, enormous fpecies of rapa- jgtS, a confufion of order, a defective police, and o diminut
1 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'John by the title Baron Gillford, of the manor of Gillford, in the county of Down, and Vif count Clamuilliam

'John by the title Baron Gillford, of the manor of Gillford, in the county of Down, and Vif count Clamuilliam

of the barony of Clamvilliam, in the county of Tipperary; and Mr Mackenzie by the title of Baron of Slrdelve and of Vifcount Fortrofe, ihe county of Wicklow. [Lord Fortrofe was the title Cf the eldeft of the Earl Seafort.J John Parnell of Rathleague, in the Queen's county, Efq;
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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The DYING 'SHEPHERD. IT was at midnight's folemn hour, When nature wide was hufli'd in fleep; Save where around the

The DYING 'SHEPHERD. IT was at midnight's folemn hour, When nature wide was hufli'd in fleep; Save where around the

jxloomy bo\y'r,' The north wind whittled loud and deep. All pale and wan a fhepherd lay; The fatal ft eel had pierc'd his brcaft: And while life's warm tide roll'd away, Thefe faultering founds his grief expreft. " The fteel now rankling my heart, O wherefore art thou, Death, fl
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
K VERSES infcribed to Mr Student of Phylic in Edinburg ' to W 6 TH E Hoping fun now '

K VERSES infcribed to Mr Student of Phylic in Edinburg ' to W 6 TH E Hoping fun now '

ia ' -je, His chariot in the weftern And beaming mild o'er yonder Seerrs loath to bid our world fart His rays refradtcd from below Th' empurpled heavens gloriou And o'er our chearful world The beauties of declining Arife, friend, fweet Eve vl To tafle her calm ferene delights- L
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
% high price of Provisions. TT E R I. caufes of the prefent high prices, both of corn and butj,

% high price of Provisions. TT E R I. caufes of the prefent high prices, both of corn and butj,

chers meat, have been variouflv reprefented, and the re 1 P ro P°' ave keen commonly I°f great ignorance of the l hat can no longer forbear con- towards the public fer- indeed, pretend pofitivelv to t>r' a( ici e true cntire cau fes there- t ler . e '* ore can only offer fome q
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LETTER II. |j 'ft s be prevailing opinion, that l >e ne feffion, the parliament will f arn,s under lbme

LETTER II. |j 'ft s be prevailing opinion, that l >e ne feffion, the parliament will f arn,s under lbme

limi- as a " changes, fuch ant: article that agriculture, * 0r l ' ie better, or l^ie worfe, it '" te that the l'ubjed be maturely re and well digefted beforehand : a ' n t^l,s who have their thoughts towards the V ' i! 1 ( ueJ^on ' w °uld do public f \' y communicating their le
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A letter from the principal merchants in London trading to the Colonies, sent by express when the art for repealing the stamp received the royal assent, [164.] Token from the Supplement to the Massachusetts gazette, printed at Boston in New England, June 12. 1766.

A letter from the principal merchants in London trading to the Colonies, sent by express when the art for repealing the stamp received the royal assent, [164.] Token from the Supplement to the Massachusetts gazette, printed at Boston in New England, June 12. 1766.

A letter from the principal merchants in London trading to the Colonies, sent express when the art for repealing the stamp received the royal assent, [164.] Token from the Supplement to the Massachusetts gazette, printed Boston in New England, June 12. 1766. To John Hancock, and
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland