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TKc Smugslcfl Scotclimsn : An Antidote. Nobleman at buns Lady R . it was m ■* general remarked abroad foreigners,

TKc Smugslcfl Scotclimsn : An Antidote. Nobleman at buns Lady R . it was m ■* general remarked abroad foreigners,

that the Scotch, who travelled, were n'.en of parts and learning, whi.s the I’.ngntb were generally wanting both.' Her Lady Imp, with her ufual vivacity, replied, that only fools went oat ot England; but for Scotland, none but fools would Ray in it. Scotch Nobleman, neither famo
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Loudon, to wit. JOSEPH WESSEI.S, of the Old Bailey, Lon,\ don, fncceflui th« l»tc Ur. Robert Walker, oath and faiUi,

Loudon, to wit. JOSEPH WESSEI.S, of the Old Bailey, Lon,\ don, fncceflui th« l»tc Ur. Robert Walker, oath and faiUi,

That one John Kavcnfcroft, of the Bailer, I.ondou, aforefaid, appears to the deponent, Ikuli publilhed, that he, the John Havenfcroft, was upwards four years ailiflant the warcisoufe I>t. Robert Walker, dcceafed, now kept the faid Jofeph WclTels, and Co. Whereas the faid John Ra
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The and; was Jkaye f»Ue4 frDiS .• day ou, a; cruiftt thstit blßtfm.d<?wn tp edge tfe watery anddut thftfiawca c.wiin,unici|:iog

The and; was Jkaye f»Ue4 frDiS .• day ou, a; cruiftt thstit blßtfm.d<?wn tp edge tfe watery anddut thftfiawca c.wiin,unici|:iog

the, merchantrflupsv fcren o£tKpjAuq4c.i*we t)t; t;hc fame £w»; and mm.’orl houfes were deftrpjttd. It is pmdnidjed,. Ae Grand Signor has.declared, that feeing, thejfe accidents were occafipned by the fliip of war, he will indemnify the proprietors of the merchant-veffels,and ,
9 March 1767 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Obfervethns on Mr. Vaniittart's Narrative. By.J ' Luke Scraftoo, Bfy_

Obfervethns on Mr. Vaniittart's Narrative. By.J ' Luke Scraftoo, Bfy_

Obfervethns on Mr. Vaniittart's Narrative. By J ' Luke Scraftoo, Bfy_ Tor Mr Vaniittart's narrative, fee Mercury, Feb. 23-] I Shall consider the ftate of affairs (fays Mr. Scrafton) ho\n Mr. Vaniittart's arrival to the diflenfions between him and his council. : . - . Th- company'
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, March 3. Ce:u>a, February 7. FRANCIS MARIA RON ERF. having, on the 20 pad, compleated

From the LONDON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, March 3. Ce:u>a, February 7. FRANCIS MARIA RON ERF. having, on the 20 pad, compleated

his time two years as Doge this Republiek, the Great Council met the next day, and nominated fifteen perfons for W out of that number to be elected to fill the ■ vacant dignity. the 311! the fmail Council afleinbled, aim reduced the nomination fifteen to fix : And on the 3d inll
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 

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To the P Pv INTER

To the P Pv INTER

SIR, Plcafe to find room in your next Journal for tlic the f blowing lines, occafioned by a recent abufe call on an honeft man ; you will thereby oblige others befides, Sir, your conllant reader, Says Quidam to old Nemo, mark well ! The fool, fop, Cot, rake, buck, and infidel, K
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
by other unrcafonable and mercenary demands. If the content of the friends the parties interefted, be not obtained, and thereby

by other unrcafonable and mercenary demands. If the content of the friends the parties interefted, be not obtained, and thereby

etfetl their fpeedy union, it is privately hinted, that they will fet out for Scotland, with a numerous retinue, where the treaty will be ratified and brought to conclufton, in defpite the laws of the llritifh realm. COUNTRY NEWS. Porlfmouth, March 4. The Romney man war is commi
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extra fl of a Letter from Charlefoivn, Jan. 2?. " Letters from St. Chriftopher's ofthe Bth inft inform ns, that in the night of December 27, an- other terrible fire broke out at Bridgetown in Bar- i dadoes, 111 the ftorehoufe ?? Bedford and Co. foot of the Steppuig-ftones, which
9 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
©eafon, At the late Dr. Goldwlre’., Burton, neat Ctir.ftcl.urch, one Guinea, and Halt a Crown the Servant. young c r

©eafon, At the late Dr. Goldwlre’., Burton, neat Ctir.ftcl.urch, one Guinea, and Halt a Crown the Servant. young c r

to u c h, ,e is fifteen Hands ami Half high, with a fircat dcalot Good Grafs for Marcs at three Shtll.ugs per Week, and proper are taken of them. Foreign Mail arrived this Pod. O N D O N, Thursday, March 5. in Parliament* , _ ,1 the High Sheriff, Grand Jury, Gentlemen, clergy of
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
DEVIZES

DEVIZES

Will be held On Monday the 16th Day of March Inft. To begin at S>x o’Clock. baruin, March 9, 1767. \X/’Ritlng, Arithmetic, and Merchants Accompts, arc taught by Thomas Hayward, the Houfc late Mr. Pyle's, in Milford-ftrcct- Thofc Gentlemen, &c. who plcafe to favour him with the T
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England