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ADVE RT ISEMENTS Flowered Laivns, Mu/lini, &c. WILLIAM WYLDE, Needle-maker to Her Majesty, .at the Queen's Arms, ISo. 50^ in

ADVE RT ISEMENTS Flowered Laivns, Mu/lini, &c. WILLIAM WYLDE, Needle-maker to Her Majesty, .at the Queen's Arms, ISo. 50^ in

St. Paul's Church- Yard, I-^E,GS leave to inform the Ladies, &o J--* that he continues .to Cell all forts of TAM- BOURS, with ail the implements thereunto belong- ing, for 3 new fort of embroidery called Border, au Tambour, for working filks, fluffs, muffins, lawns, &c w.th fold
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Orkney lift of fhipping.

Orkney lift of fhipping.

teb. 27, In the harbour of Stromnefs, th; Grizel, Farquharfon, for Leith ; the Robert arJ Mary, Souter, ?? ; the Difpatch, Brown, for Leith, the James and Mary, Crichton, for ditto, all from the Lewis fifh.ng; and the Lad) Carolina, Macleod, from Stornaway for Thurfo. Leith, Mar
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails fntn Holland and Flanders.

Arrived the Mails fntn Holland and Flanders.

From the Loudon Gazette, March 7. " War Office, March . FIRST regiment of foot guards, the Hon. Enfign Henry Monekton, is appointed to bi Lieutenant vice Lientcnant and Captain Weft Hyde : preferred, by purchafe. Ditto," Richard Crewe; Gent, to beEofign, vr-- ce Hciry Monekton,
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
,-E D-I N B U R G . H.

,-E D-I N B U R G . H.

Extraft of a. letter front London, March 7. ?? are affured, . that this morning the Right • Hon. Charles .-Townfhend, Efq; refigned his office of Chancellor of -the -Exchequer. He is to be fueceeded by Lord Barrington, or, as fome fay, by Lord North. ?? Lord C— — tn, it is faid,
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
["Num. 6964.3 Edinburgh j Wednefday March n, 1767,

["Num. 6964.3 Edinburgh j Wednefday March n, 1767,

11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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?? S P EECH ofthe ?? Faultier, ' Ffc his MAJESTY** Ucutcnant-governor and Commander in Chief tf the colony aiid

?? S P EECH ofthe ?? Faultier, ' Ffc his MAJESTY** Ucutcnant-governor and Commander in Chief tf the colony aiid

'dominion cf Virginia ; to the General Affembly at Williamsburgh, on the 6th of November ta:: . Gentlemen of the Council, Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen of the Houfe cf Burgeffes, NOT having any preffing occafion for my meeting you in General Affembly before this time, I have follow
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Anecdote ofthe DUKE DE CHOISEUL.

Anecdote ofthe DUKE DE CHOISEUL.

'"T^HE fettling of the late peace was a long X. while retarded by the French refulii^g to pay the money due to the Engiifti for the maintenance of the French priloners ; and though peace was the moft defirable thing in France, yet the King obfti- nately retufed the payment of ou
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
O C P *■* ' F S

O C P *■* ' F S

T TAVE r.ct the Dutch, in tbe moft uiyjft may XX n <y, fi-ir.ed upon and deprived us of out proportion of .the fp.'ce trade ? Have not the Dutch fiflied on our coafts ever fince the reign of Charles I. without paying their annuil tribute of 20, c00 I. per annum ? ■ Have not the
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L ON D O N.

L ON D O N.

Extract of a letter from Effequebo, Ofl. 26. " On Tuefday morning lait, about five o'clock, we had two dreadful fhocks of an earthquake, that lafted about three minutes from the time 1 felt it ; but my overfeer, who was then about his bufinefs, tells me it was gradually coming o
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Smuggled Scotfman : An Anecdote.

The Smuggled Scotfman : An Anecdote.

ANoblen-an at Paris asked Lady R— why it was in general r -marked by foreigners, that the Scots, who travelled, were men of parts and learning, <vhde ?? Englifli were generally wanting in boih ? Ker Ladyiliip, with her ufual vivacity, replied, that only fools went out of England
11 March 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland