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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, May In the cambr.ck n>W this kin.tiom, are now cmp!oy<d not lels .*n 100 .Duncalk, where, in the (pace nbov& 70,000 jards have b*en madr, the p.,ri \ market, or foldj and ir is Out quantity been m&de between May 1766, and May that this importan' and will of the age, is f
4 June 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Xay The pi ice of cattle in all the Welle fairs above twenty percent. A in Cornwall informs us, that cutter which lay in the channel about league's dillance from Padftow, was boarded the Captain of a (mack in fa vice the Government in doing which, three men, on board the cutter
4 June 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

t |Emt ' )' Jam tr«n» London. cJ ft, «''fk •» the tk<? a* wjiich ha> of the public, .s at length t p,*ri»ei. F<ei c* .showed except tor exportation, an.; port fit I r»n-du > knporter take » 01^ .Inlying the quantity pieces he it to iKe to am compared the entry they do not agree
4 June 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, May 30.

LONDON, May 30.

ExtraSl of Letter from St. Cbrijlophtrs, datea April are almoft Itarving here for want of neeeffrries« Flour is now, about 20 s. fterling per cwt. andisulual was 103 to 13 s. Our trade is chiefly in the bauds younj; adventurers, have neither much credit nor coriefpendence keep u
4 June 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
AIBERNIA CURIOSA A Letter from GentU• man in Dublin, tabu Friend D«>ver m «xc. Jsl Oflgxrt, pp. 145. if* .iS'O

AIBERNIA CURIOSA A Letter from GentU• man in Dublin, tabu Friend D«>ver m «xc. Jsl Oflgxrt, pp. 145. if* .iS'O

this curious work we find, 41 a general view of the manners, cuftoms, dilpofitions, Sec. ihe inhabi;r. sjTt tanlJ f d, with occaGonal obfervauons on the Gate of trade and agriculture in that kingdom ; and account fome its moll remarkable curiofeties, falmon-leaps, water-falls, g
25 June 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
A M E li I C A

A M E li I C A

Boflon, February ty, \"fr>l \ ~K J E'diiefd.iy laft a committee ofthe Honour- V able flonfe of Reprefentatlves waited on the Governor with the following renionftrance. ivlay tt pleafe year Excellency, IN reply to your mefiage on the 30th nf January, rhc Houfc of Ilcprefentatives
1 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No Mails this poft.

No Mails this poft.

From the London Papers, May 28. Bofton, in New England, May 9. In a debate in a very refpectable aiiembly laft Friday, an ex- tra*^ of an anonymous letter, faid to be written in England, was read, which concluded with the following words : ?? So that if your affembly will fuffer
1 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
rroceeaiitZi or tire i eneraoie smiewsuj .

rroceeaiitZi or tire i eneraoie smiewsuj .

?? or tire i eneraoie smiewsuj . In the caufe concerning the feitlenieiit ot GJet dovan, (fee our laft) the Aifembly, after reafoa> ing upon tbe fame, agreed upon the follcwtng iia* ofa vote, fuftain the call and appoint the Prcsbj tery to take the tryals and fettlement ; or reim
1 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. THe Anniverfary Meeting of the ROYAL COMPANY of ARCHERS, to e- lecfl their Prefes 3nd Council for tlie year

ADVERTISEMENTS. THe Anniverfary Meeting of the ROYAL COMPANY of ARCHERS, to e- lecfl their Prefes 3nd Council for tlie year

enfuing, is to be held upon -Monday hex-, the Sth inftant, it is hoped the members of the Royal Company will be careful to attend at Richard Vary's at Hope- park, by eleven o'clock before noon. JUST publ (bed, price 5 s. the firff, and 3 s. 6 d the lecond paper, fold by John Gp.
3 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
* One of the moffcelebrated aclreffes oj the age.

* One of the moffcelebrated aclreffes oj the age.

They write from Senegal, that the crew of a French lhip had mutinied againft their officers and turned pirates, but landing twelve of their men af- terwards on the 'gold coaft, they were cut off by the natives, and the veifel recovered by an Eng- lilh man of war. A feal-catcher
8 June 1767 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland