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Frjces ol Grain at Haddington, Nov. 4.

Frjces ol Grain at Haddington, Nov. 4.

Fiift. Second. Tnird. Wheat . 21s o _os. od. . 18s. yd. Bear I 1 j o 13 8 jl2 _ Oats Jll o *fiK° 3. j 9 O Pcafe 115 o 14 6 jl4 o
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the Political Kegifler. k. S day the Earl of Chatham re°L 5 fi « ned his p° rt of

From the Political Kegifler. k. S day the Earl of Chatham re°L 5 fi « ned his p° rt of

Lord " Seal Having found in a variety of late iu>p JBi liances, that his advice was difregard)oC his influence the (late at an he chofe to refign the yrin- W ciple now adapted and purfuing with St_> » rcfpedl to America, is faid have been caufe of his refignation. And, amongll m
7 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Extra It of a letter frovi North< Carolina j Aug. _>o.

Extra It of a letter frovi North< Carolina j Aug. _>o.

Extra It of a letter f rovi North < Carolina j Aug. ?? " Our trade, as indeed likcwife that of all the Britifh colonies in Ariicrica- is at'prefent in a deplo- rable fituation ; nothing is talked off from one end of the continent to. the other aimoft, but P opprefiions, redraftin
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
QUERE.

QUERE.

TjOW did Daniel the prophet behavtf at the dedication of the image which Nebuchadnezzar the king of Ba* bylon fet up, as mentioned Dan. ch. iii< fo as neither to offend his God, or dif' obey the decree of the king his mafter? which we are taught believe was the cafe< Extraft
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
American Papers, &c. [528.]

American Papers, &c. [528.]

From the New-York Gazette, Sept. 26. Sept 19. a meeting of the freeholders, and other inhabitants of the town of Bofton, legally qualified and warned in public town-meeting aflembled, at Faneuil-Hall, on Monday Sept. 12. A.D. 1768. The meeting was opened with prayer by the Rev.
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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A table of the assize of BREAD.

A table of the assize of BREAD.

Set by the Magijlrates of Edinburgh Dec. | to take place the »o th of December, and to in force till new affize be appointed; thc\ ■weight Avoirdupois, and the money Stcr m \ ling- [x*ix. 11».] Wheaten. Houfebold. j Weight. Weight, lb. oz. dr. lb. oz. dr. The three-penny loaf 1
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Col. Fitzroy, brother to the Duke of Grafton, Vice-Chamberlain to the ueen, in |he room of the Hon. Robert Brudenell,

Col. Fitzroy, brother to the Duke of Grafton, Vice-Chamberlain to the ueen, in |he room of the Hon. Robert Brudenell,

Efq; deceafed. Capt. Tonyn, Commander of the fquairon Vpon the coafl of Africa. Sir Adam Ferguffon Kilkerran, Bt, FcHor of the univerfity of Glafgovi for the enfuing year. Alexander writer in Edinburgh, one of the Dcpute-Clerks of the court of Seffion, in the room of Mr James Ho
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(Newport, Ifle of Wight) To be Sold by Auction,

(Newport, Ifle of Wight) To be Sold by Auction,

, On Friday the nth of Nov. 1768, A Good accullomcd Freehold Public Houfe and Brcwhoufe adjoining, both good Repair, known the Name of the Three Blackbirds, burned near the Bvmcr-MarVet, in the High* Street: Alfo all the Houihold Goods and Furniture, Stock Trade and Brewing Utcn
7 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Gentlemen, Boston, Sept. 14. 1768.

Gentlemen, Boston, Sept. 14. 1768.

"VOU are already too well acquainted * with the melancholy and very alarming circumftanc</s to which this province, as well America in general, is now reduced. Taxes, equally detrimental to the commercial interefts of the parentcountry and her colenies, are impofed Upon the peop
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
was the fon Sir Thomas Pelham, (who was created by Anne, Dec. ip. 1706, Baron Pelham Laughton), by the lady

was the fon Sir Thomas Pelham, (who was created by Anne, Dec. ip. 1706, Baron Pelham Laughton), by the lady

Grace Holies, fourth and youngeft daughter Gilbert Earl Clare, and After John Duke Newcaftle. He fucceeded his father Pelham of Laughton, Feb. 13. - x 4.; and the faft-will of his uncle John Holies Duke of Newcaftle, •wild died July 15. 1711, was adopted his heir, and authorifed
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland