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Your curfed old trade purloining mufl ceafe, The curfe and the dread of all order and peace. In folly, &c.

Your curfed old trade purloining mufl ceafe, The curfe and the dread of all order and peace. In folly, &c.

All ages fpeak with contempt and amaze, the vilefl banditti that fwarm'dinthofedays; defiance of halters, of whips, and of chains. The rogues would run riot, damn'd fools for their pains. In folly, Hcc. Gulp down your laft dram, for the gallows now groans, And Order deprefs'd he
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RUBRILLA: True Beauty. By Dr Clancy, of Durrow, In Ireland. Cui flavavi religas comam. Ho rat. WHen the weak brain

RUBRILLA: True Beauty. By Dr Clancy, of Durrow, In Ireland. Cui flavavi religas comam. Ho rat. WHen the weak brain

imagin'd beauty warms, The meaneft Mopfey has ten thoufand charms On her black head if fable horrors ftare ; Or deadlv palenefs damps her languid hair; Shrew'd fimiles from jet and pearl are fought, In all the wild extravagance of thought. Not fo, when fair Rubrclla's radiance b
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Juft Landed here.

Juft Landed here.

Quantity of Newfoundland Core Fifli, being jLX. large, and caught on the Banks in Sept. lad; and ate allowed to be fine Fifh and well cured ever were imported from Newfoundland, and will fold on rcafonable Terms by applying to To Juu. in Poole aforefaid. SARUM and EALING TURNPIK
7 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
S O ME R S E T

S O ME R S E T

S O ME R S T To be Lett, and enteied upon at Lady-Day next, A Farm called Mardon Foreft, about the yearly Value tjol. and confiding of a good Fjrm-Houfe, Barns, Stables, and other Conveniencies, and about 370 Acres of Arable and Ctuate in the of Matdon iiigot, about three Miles f
7 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
An extract from Dr Smith's dissertation upon the nerves. [535.]

An extract from Dr Smith's dissertation upon the nerves. [535.]

An extract from Smith's dissertation upon the nerves. [535.] N treating of nervous difeafes, this author undertakes to fhew, that man 6 a compound being, made up of a *. material and an immaterial part having a necefiary and mutual dependence, connexion, and influence upon each o
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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
 
Ode in SIC K N E SS. OGoddefs of the eye fevere, Who never dropt the pitying tear, That falls

Ode in SIC K N E SS. OGoddefs of the eye fevere, Who never dropt the pitying tear, That falls

at others wo, How long afflicted dial I I lie, All day and night to mouin and figh, And feci the ruthlefs blow Pejedted, penfive, oft alone, JVIv health, and (Irength, and vigour gone, Left daily to complain, Few intervals of know, Time hut augments my load of wo, mv pain.
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Nov. 2.

From the London Papers, Nov. 2.

IVarfa-rv, Ofiooer _. THE 2 tit of laft month, the Regimentary Count Branicki received, on the part of th.* Pacha of Choczim, a folemn depu- tat'on, compofed of the Seledtar _iga «n_ a oreat number of perfons of rank. In aa audi- ence which that officer ofthe Porte had, he de- l
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LON D O N

LON D O N

Extraß of a letter from Cadiz, Sept. 27. " A pirl of twelve years of age, the daughter of the Sienr dc Capeda, Knight of the Order of Cata- trava, and Captain of the Mihtia of this town, has allonifiied us by her talents and knowledge in lite- rature ; which fiie difplayed in 2
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland