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Extraft of a letter from a village ivithin tvso miles.of Oxford, Sept 3.

Extraft of a letter from a village ivithin tvso miles.of Oxford, Sept 3.

Extraft of a letter from a village ivithin tvso miles of Oxford, Sept 3. *• The farmers have got in ail their wheat, and are buiy in bringing in their barley and beans. The great e>. portation of wheat has fo enriched them, that they will not ?? the common neceftaries of life, un
1 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LOND O N.

LOND O N.

They write from Copenhagen, that one of the K-ng's gallics, and a double chalonpe, are already failed irom that port, to take on board the Princels Matilda, and conduct her to Landfcroon. Thurfday noit his Excellency Baron Boihmar vvill fer out for Denmark. It has bern whifpered
1 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - 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
 
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
 

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From TheEAST INDIA EXAMINER, N«. 6.

From TheEAST INDIA EXAMINER, N«. 6.

I Wonder how it comes about that no mention was ever made of the word Bubble, with re- gard to the Dutch Eaft-lndia Campany, though their (lock fells at this moment at above 560, that is, four hundred and fixty per cent, above its origi- nal value; ihe reafon is very plain, the
1 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
In Paul’s Wife to be Accursed from Christ, for the Fake of his brethren, Frustrated and dedicated from ??? By ??? Keeling, M. A. 2s. Dudley,

In Paul’s Wife to be Accursed from Christ, for the Fake of his brethren, Frustrated and dedicated from ??? By ??? Keeling, M. A. 2s. Dudley,

< t ' Sllt hor this efiay tells us, that r t 'fc.ee been induced to think of A;?# !t in' fiemions, at St in ' ll not with that e j. th' s purpofe the contents ' into dillinft parts or dif- f * But difficulty procuv«t(-, e feqoifite turn?, in ion; frulirated that intention. -Tfj
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LETTER to Lord AN author, not more illuftrious than by genius, fays, in a letter cerning enthufi.iSm, ** That he

LETTER to Lord AN author, not more illuftrious than by genius, fays, in a letter cerning enthufi.iSm, ** That he

had S' 1 need of fome confiderable prefence pany to raiie his thoughts any that when alone lie endeavoured that want, fancying great man 0 -„|it perior genius, imagined pretence . V infpire him with more than what h e ' ordinary hours " To judge from his ' Ship's writings, this
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

n a niihople Sept. r. We have re "f l h«r accounts from the Straits, of the late earthquake "M- The town the 3! drie 'les Afia has fuffered confider- f eat part the earthern ware or - a confiJerable number \ l? a 'l the minarets, and almoit all er ' n,np have been deftroyed, ' ,
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Nov. 11. 1765. Oat-meal 16 Pease-meal 8d. Bear-meal 8d.

Edinburgh, Nov. 11. 1765. Oat-meal 16 Pease-meal 8d. Bear-meal 8d.

kaiv*iubdi iuv.ai Prices of grain Haddington, ' Bejl. Second. <t' Wheat, s. od. iBs. od. ,j' Bear, 18s. o d 17s. fid. 1 j. Oats, 13s. Bd. lis. fid. 1( , 15 s. s. od. J 1 The Edinburgh bill of burials for cr Within the Males 7") city Fem. In the Weft-( Males ( •' kirk-yard j0 J A
1 October 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland