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ODE to VOLTAIRE. [Tranjlated from the French of the King of PruJJia.J BElieveme, friend, were I Voltaire, And led like

ODE to VOLTAIRE. [Tranjlated from the French of the King of PruJJia.J BElieveme, friend, were I Voltaire, And led like

him private life, competence alone my care, Nought elfe would yield a caufe for Strife. Let giddy Fortune fmile or frown for me : I'd fcorn her frowns and fmilis as well as he. I know what troubles vex the great, Have felt the duty moft fevere, To toil amidft the farce of State,
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
France.

France.

Letters from Paris, datfd May 18. fay, Sl The parliament Laving been informed, that there are fome Jeluits whofe age and infirmities render them incapable of quitting the kingdom purfuant to the arret of the 9th inftant, has iflued a fecond arret, which the proper officers are i
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Poland.

Poland.

War Jam, May 27. occafion cpenitig the tribunals, the confederation Thorn prefented to the Grod of Schoniec a manifefto, fignifving, that although tfyey had no intention flopping the courfe of juftice, they would not permit any of their afiociates, in their prefent eircumftances
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
England.

England.

The royal aflent has been given to the following bills. [220.3 To thefe, the King, May 20. viz. Jhcift for raifing the fum of 1,500,000 /. by may of annuities, and a lottery *, attended •with annuities, to be charged on the Jinking fund. An aft for granting to his Majefty additi
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
18. At Pilrig, near Edinburgh, Lady Elphinftone, widow of Sir John Elphinllone of Logie. ax. At Hetton, in the county

18. At Pilrig, near Edinburgh, Lady Elphinftone, widow of Sir John Elphinllone of Logie. ax. At Hetton, in the county

Durham, the feat of the Countefs-dowager of Strathmore, aged 18, Lady Mary Lyon, filler to the Earl of Strathmore. Upleatham, near Guilborough, in York- Ihire, aged 100, Mrs Lowther. real e« ftate, which is very confiderable, devolves to Sir Lawrence Dundas, and her perfonal, to
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ode for his Majefty's birth-day, June 4. xy6j' By William Whitehead, Eff, Poet-Laurcat. FRiend to the poor —for fure, O

Ode for his Majefty's birth-day, June 4. xy6j' By William Whitehead, Eff, Poet-Laurcat. FRiend to the poor —for fure, O

King, That godlike attribute is thine Friend to the poor ; to thee we fing, To thee our annual offerings bring, And bend at Mercy's Ihrine. In vain had Nature deign'd to fmile, Propitious her fav'rite Emerging from the main : In vain the genial fource of day Scle&ed each indulge
1 June 1767 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LEEDS, June o.

LEEDS, June o.

?? HIT RS DA V hft being the anniverfary |T I of his Majeity's birth-day, who en- a^__ a ter'd into the 30th year of his age, the ringing of bells, and other demon- ftrations of joy, were greatly lieighten'dby the genteel appearar.ee of Sir George Savile's regi- ment of militia,
9 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I. IVERPOOL, June

I. IVERPOOL, June

/Irr'nud. Eaple, Burrows, from South-Car.lina, with Staves. New-Draper, Se-n.pl.-, from Newrv, with Linen Cloth, tec. Denver, Afhburn, frcm Virginia, with l.g Iron, Sec. Edward, Henderl'.n, from Bel lad, with Lin- nrn-Cloth, *r. Antigua, Willixk, from Antigua, with Suear, Rum, A
9 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Couutrymau'i -Advice to his Son, ivho is go-

The Couutrymau'i -Advice to his Son, ivho is go-

inqto he nut rr.i-. 1. -^pHF, ftate ii lafting *• think, I fay, JL 'Tis longer than a fummcr's day : She may prove crofl ; you cannot tell : She may a.t ill ; ?? may do well : She maybe proud, and f'atiCy, too, In fpite of what you fay ordo : She may drefs gaudy, pert, and fine,
9 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
.1 V N E, 1767.

.1 V N E, 1767.

MUSE, again the verfe difplay, June fucceeds the blooming May; Comes with ev'ry beauty crownld, Scitt'ring all its graces round. May, the Romans usd to place Sacred to the elder race ; .tune we lind, with equal truth, Sacred to the Roman youth. Britons, now your voices raifc, Ce
9 June 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England