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To the PRINTER

To the PRINTER

S 1 R, ON consulting the maps it will appear that the people of Liiliput are our Anti- podes ,- their capital being iituated in 51 degrees of foutft latitude. Accord- ingly their way of is the direct reverfe of that which happily prevails in this fpiritcd coun- try. A Lilliputia
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from a Gentleman at Bofion, to.his Friend in London.

Extract of a letter from a Gentleman at Bofion, to.his Friend in London.

Extract of a letter from a Gentleman at Bofion, to his Friend in London. " I am much obliged toyo«£v T\- gfo -" — y ex- plicit on our public affairs, aud in particular with re- gard toour laft petition from ?? Aftembly ro the King, which by" many people was thought to be fome-way
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter front Charles Town; South Ca-.rolina, Sept. 16.

Extract of a letter front Charles Town; South Ca-.rolina, Sept. 16.

Extract of a letter front Charles Town; South Ca- rolina, Sept. 16. iC By ?? packet, which is jnft arrived here from Pen&coh, with Charles Stuart, Ei'q. Deputy SnperintC-dant of Indian affairs in Eaft and Weft Florida en board, we have received advice that the Creeks and Chickefa
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ED J N.B U, RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Print ing-houfein the

ED J N.B U, RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Print ing-houfein the

Parhament-^lofe, where Advertisements and Subscriptions are taken in.
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, ?? Nav;eMk? r 3°> I7&s* [Nam. .7233.]

Edinburgh, ?? Nav;eMk? r 3°> I7&s* [Nam. .7233.]

30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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For the KENTISH GAZETTE.

For the KENTISH GAZETTE.

E T T E R Sandwich, Dec. i, I Was pleafed at the appearance letter in thfc Gazette if Saturday the of November, and the r> of fcveral my the aiforded much refaction. happened, as it ufually doe* in matters of public concern, that a few individuals it/etc dilfatished die project,
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
pT ?? A D V E R T I S E M E NTS. AS the Copartner {Kip betwixt B_7.VER-

pT ?? A D V E R T I S E M E NTS. AS the Copartner {Kip betwixt B_7.VER-

LY and GORDON, Upholfterers in Edin btir.'h PISSOLVES at Whitfunday next, i*hey Mopofe to fei' off their goods on hand at a very low Jai», for ready money, and as it will be very in- ccwenient for them Yo have many omftanding debts at ihe diftohuion of rheir cop.irrnery, it is i
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
the Printers Free-Schc-01, Rochefier, Ncv. zo, 1768. .SIRS, THE Mafter of Sir Jofeph Williamfon's Mathematical Free-fchool, dejires yon will inform

the Printers Free-Schc-01, Rochefier, Ncv. zo, 1768. .SIRS, THE Mafter of Sir Jofeph Williamfon's Mathematical Free-fchool, dejires yon will inform

the few difiatisfied Freemen of Rochefter, and all who may read your Paper, that he never did publickly or privately defire to fupply the boys, taught on the foundation of this fchool, with books, &c. on the contrary, when he was appointed to the fchool, defired the Under-Mafter
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Friday December 2.

Friday December 2.

Friday December LONDON. The felons in the feveral gaols, were morning removed to Newgate, the felTions begining or Wednefday next the. Old Bailey. Monday the general femon the peace will be holden at Guildhall, London. The fame day the general of the peace, and of Oyer and Termin
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the Death of England's Prin-e of Whigs. Ye Tories laugh ! Wings iigh, and drop a Tear, Upon the loyal

the Death of England's Prin-e of Whigs. Ye Tories laugh ! Wings iigh, and drop a Tear, Upon the loyal

old Newcaftle's beer; three Reign?, the Georges have not found A Duke fteady, and a Heart fo found. ANDREW MARVEL: A - S A EPIGRAM. SAYS the Captain, Hill gay, though his Trial drew near, the Cook, poor Culprit, Cheer up, never fear Says the Cook, " Like you, Captain, I'd put ga
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England