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Edinburgh 1 We rdne o 'ay Qiioker 5, 1768. ["Nam. 7210

Edinburgh 1 We rdne o 'ay Qiioker 5, 1768. ["Nam. 7210

5 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Oft. 1.

From the London Papers, Oft. 1.

Conftantinople, A.igufi 17. A hre broke out, on ..the 6th of this month, about eleven at night, in the Harem ofthe Grand Vizir, and reduced that exteufive building to aflies. The Vizir's Sultana fayed herfelf, with difficulty, by retiring to the Seraglio on the Propontis. Tbe fu
5 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
«v^ °f- a iet.ter from Dumbarton, Sept. 26.

«v^ °f- a iet.ter from Dumbarton, Sept. 26.

«v^ °f- a i et .ter from Dumbarton, Sept. 26. fi a , , tei "day in time of divine fervice, a young I v tn " 00u t-eightecn years of age, who", about fe- frif L e^s ago, was incarcerate in this tolbooth v >th"r Uolls practices, hanged himfelf in prifon <Hi<] ° nic ftocking-yarn, w
1 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Galxuay, Sept. 19. Laft Saturday, at a Houfe near the Abbey-Gate in this Town, a Child of two Months old, being incautioufly left alone, was taken outof its Cradle and carried into her Stye by a Sow which had littered in the Houfe a few Days before ; where the voracious Animal,
1 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
the PRI T E K. SIR, lv to be lamented, hat an» of his Majelly's fub*l>* f* e^s ih.-uld r

the PRI T E K. SIR, lv to be lamented, hat an» of his Majelly's fub*l>* f* e^s ih.-uld r

have f-inte»ell to have prevailed 1 v ovir tu influence them m matters oppo-5 good the commonwealth the cafe in the late and preftnt oif, utcs between Lis Majelly's European Inftead of delineating the advantages the Americans have receiv ro».. the rclationihip and flridl friendf
6 October 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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Wednesday Nights Post.

Wednesday Nights Post.

J 7 LONDON, 4. HIS divers for "'f" tlle d'Can on attthdcd 'he jai Jof Trade ana antav tica», the lufiuel'a their ConU.iueuts. \ fome di/'patches Importance received a: the Secretary of Sale's office from his Excellency Fr.ncl. Earned, £.4* Governor New Lngl an J. I< wa» this mor
6 October 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BRISTOL, Ofltber 5

BRISTOL, Ofltber 5

Arrived mt tht Hot -Vtiths, Capt. Johnfon and Family, Capt. Darby, Capt. Stretton, Rev. Ma Jackfon, Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie, Mr.rtid Mrs. Unwin, Mr. Devalland Family, Mr. and Mrs. Seng- gins, Mr. Bufh, Mifs Gurdon. > Camt m fince our Inft, The Polly, Maies, the A- chiiles, Walker
6 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

The Great Canal. Extra&s from the reports of MefT. Brindley, Yeoman, and Golborne, and from Smeaton's review of thofe reports Account of a Whale-fishery 509. Anecdotes of M. de Voltaire 510. Remarks on Dr Stewart's method of determining the fun's diftance 510. Yate on the Hebrew
3 October 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORICAL 'AFFAIRS.

HISTORICAL 'AFFAIRS.

Turky. *' Conflantinople, Sept. 7. Mhozun ly Mehemit Pacha was removed from the port of Grand Vizir the day before yefterday ; and Mehemit Emin Nidfchangi Pacha is declared Caimacan, to do the btifinefs that till the arrival of Seliflar Hamzey Pacha, who is lent for by the Grand
3 October 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTRY N E W S

COUNTRY N E W S

Canterbury, Sept. 24. We have had the heaviell and mod inccflant rains for feme time pall that has ever been known here; great quantities of cotn have been dellroyed and carried away by the floods. We are allured that full one third of the hops are in the neighbourhood of this c
3 October 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England