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A N E C E> O T E.

A N E C E> O T E.

SOME time fince, a venerable old man, -who had paflcd all the oftices in oneof thi- chief towns in Holland with honour and reputation, and had gained great riches without reproach, had fome thoughts of retiring for the rdi of his days to his country feai. In order to tnke leave
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extrafi of a letter from London, Ofl. A' " This mornino Col Defaguliers arrived expf™ at St. James's, from Harwich, with the agreeable news of the Queen of Denmark failing yefterdaV c ' vening from that place, with a fair wind, to: 0 coaft of Holland, •■ We hear that fome extrao
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'■rived the mzitsfrorr France, Holland, and Flan.ler:.

'■rived the mzitsfrorr France, Holland, and Flan.ler:.

'■rived the mzitsfrorr France, Holland, and Flan. ler:. From the London Gazette, OH. 4. St Jmres's, Oftober 4. OWi dnelcijy the ift inlt. in the evening, the ceremony oi the elpoulalsor contracl of mar- riage between his Majeftv Chriftian the Vi Lch, King of Denmark, (reprefenu.
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the Sound Lift, Sept 23, 1766.

From the Sound Lift, Sept 23, 1766.

Ceptain Pridgeon is ftill here, wrh Captains -\loyfen and Spinks. — Captain Knsge of" the King George of Stockton, from Petersbuigh, Wyburgh and Lynn, was fafe at Arundall in Norway ihe 4111 •aft. wind the 21ft Inft. S S. W.do. W. N. W. jr. and S. Ei which {continues to-day. — C
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

Nevj Tork, Aug. 12. On Sunday night, the ioth inft. the maft or flag Ihff, erefted on the common at the time of public rejoicing on his Majefty's birth -day, for the repeal of the ftamp aft, left ftand- ing inlcribed with the names of his Majefty, Mr. Pitt, and Liberty, as 3 mon
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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THE A T RE.

THE A T RE.

On Saturday the nth of Oftober, will be Me- lted the celebrated Scots paftoral, intituled, Jhe GENTLE SHEPHERD, 'th the original mufic and fongs — ?? WiJliam »nd° n _ hy ' Mr ' S,a ?? !e y 5 Meek, Mrs. Hamilton - all the rell of ihe charters to be performed by j LA D S and LASSE
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER

To the PRINTER

THE clamour on account of paying a bounty upon the exportation of bread-corn is at pre- fent very great, and blfo on acconnt of the exor- bitant price of it. Now, as the bounty is never paid upon wheat when the price exceeds fix {hillings a bofbel, which wis deemed a moderate pr
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, OH. 4

From the London Papers, OH. 4

Cen-.a, Sept. 6. M. de rioyer, Envoy from the Conrt of Verfailles, is foon exrefled in this ciiy, ami, it is prefumt d, will be charged with a cora- milfion, reb'ive to the treaty of accommodation, now negoiiating between this republic and theifland of Corfica. As ioon as M. de
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the P R I N T B R.

To the P R I N T B R.

SIR. IT feems to be a prevailing opinion^ that, in ihe next frfiion, «he parliament will put ihe extent of farms under fome limitations ; and, as all changes in fuch an important arucle as , h „ of agriculture, muft be for the better, or the ?? it is reouifi.e that the fohjefl b
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AME R I C A.

AME R I C A.

They write from Jamaica, that General Tempeft, Chief of the Muskeio Indians, was arrived there, in orderto embark for England. They write from Jamaica, that the Britifh fettle- menfs on the Musketo Shore, are continually im- proving both in commerce and agriculture, pro- ducing
8 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland