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A fpirited Reprimand from a generous Eaftern jkfeS.March, to his revengeful Minifler.

A fpirited Reprimand from a generous Eaftern jkfeS.March, to his revengeful Minifler.

A fpirited Reprimand from a generous Eaftern jkfeS March, to his revengeful Minifler. A Poet, whofe name was Dclab, attraftcd by the fame of Ogtai-Khan's munificence, under- took a journey, on foot, from the remotefl parts of Tartary, as far as that Prince's court in China, for n
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Sind tea from Cherburgh, has been taken by the Egmont armed cntter, and carried into Topfham. , ~ v.j .

Sind tea from Cherburgh, has been taken by the Egmont armed cntter, and carried into Topfham. , ~ v.j .

Saturday laft his Majefty’s hounds m Wtndfdr foreft had very remarkable chace the flag after havmeruntheforel for a confiderable time, flew his country, eroded th . two miles wed of Henly, and was taken feveral nines up in Oxfordfliirc. The whole chace lalted five hours and thre
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
An inftance of the fatal EffeHs of Duelling^!*

An inftance of the fatal EffeHs of Duelling^!*

"ffN the yesr 1735, I vvas tutor to a young g&f?;^ j^ rr.r.n on his travels. Wbile we were at ?? in the put lie room, an En^lifh gentleman (vH^S^ namei afterwards learned was Viufgrave) happen cd to tread on 0 French officer's toe, at which, tbo*' it vvas done ur.defignedly, the
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
». 18. It that eighfy pounds worth of corn had beeh commiffioned for, from a broad, fince the port of

». 18. It that eighfy pounds worth of corn had beeh commiffioned for, from a broad, fince the port of

London was laft opened for the exportation of it. ig. One of the objefts of the Treaty of Commerce, faid to be negotiating with the Grand Signor, is for the importation of fine wool from Turke'y, whidh will greatly benefit our-wqolltn manufa^ures. ao. (horl time Lord Mp.uotftewa
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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In every occupation it is found by experience, that the more numerous the traders are, the more plentiful and cheap

In every occupation it is found by experience, that the more numerous the traders are, the more plentiful and cheap

the commodities they deal in. A truth which holds equally good with refpeft to Millers, that inllead of reducing the prefent number of mills by the hands of riotous mobs, tt would tend greatly to enlarge the public magazine, were thofe very bands employed in eredling more Mills.
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENT S. THE Superiority of the Town and Lands of BALM APE in the Parifli of Kinged ward, and Sherifidom

ADVERTISEMENT S. THE Superiority of the Town and Lands of BALM APE in the Parifli of Kinged ward, and Sherifidom

of Aberdeen, belonging to the Adminiftratd« of Redhyth’s Mortification in King’s College of Aberdeen, to be fold by public Roup on Thurfday the 13th of November next, at 4 o’clock Afternoon, in the Honfe of Archibald Campbell. The Articles of Roup, and Inventary of Title-Deeds t
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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FNum. 6q02. \ \ S .--4 Edinburgh, Monday Odober 13, 1766.
13 October 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
now at an F.nd

now at an F.nd

now F.nd The Mayor and Juftices hereby give Notice to all Farmers, Factors, and Dealers in Cheefe, Butter, and other Provilions, that may lately come to our Markets and Fairs with their fcvcral Commodities, and depend on Iseing protected from any Let, Hindrance, or Molcftation wh
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
~ , N, October 7. vn in the Papers of three Premiums heino offered to the three firjl Jhips that

~ , N, October 7. vn in the Papers of three Premiums heino offered to the three firjl Jhips that

brought foreign Wheat into the Port cj Briftol. British Policy. » O Vt, ß (an ad! who can defend it ?) We gave a Bounty with our wheat; T, a away they fend it, , but little liad to eat. The next - how co live; Such policy infpir’d our hearts!) Premium again we give. lo bring in
13 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England