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The King's Speech, Nov. 8. 1768.

The King's Speech, Nov. 8. 1768.

My Lords, and Gentlemen, ' I H E opportunity which the late election gives me of knowing, from their repreientatives in parliament, the more immediate fenfe of my people, has made me defirous of meeting you as early as could be confirtent with your own convenience. The fhortnefs
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An account of the MOLE-BEE.

An account of the MOLE-BEE.

KjOtwithftanding the numerous and various inquiries which have of late years been made natural hiftory ; yet fuch is tie boundlefs extent, and diverfity of obji&s therein, that it is no wonder that there are daily a great number of very curious appearances, and which will contin
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

T u R K Y. " Confitntinople, Oft. 1. On the 18i.l1 ult. an exprefs arrived at court from the Pacha of Bofnia, with the agreeable news, that the Ottoman troops had beaten the rebel Stephano di Montenero ; which was foon after announced the people difcharge of cannon. We have not
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Marriages. Auguft. In Maryland, Lord Rofehill, to Margaret Cheer, lady much admired for her theatrical performances. P. S. Dec. 3.

Marriages. Auguft. In Maryland, Lord Rofehill, to Margaret Cheer, lady much admired for her theatrical performances. P. S. Dec. 3.

At Edinburgh, William Baillie, Efq; advocate, younger of Poikemftet, to Mifs Margaret Colquhoun, third daughter of Sir James Colquhoun of Lufs, Bt. Births. u Queen's Palace, St James's Park, Nov. ia. JLaft Tuefday evening, [Nov. B.] between eight and nine o* clock, the Queen was
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
nvent of foot, in the room Col. Robert Brudenell, deceafed. Lt-Gen. Sir Jeffery Amherft to be Colonel Chief of the

nvent of foot, in the room Col. Robert Brudenell, deceafed. Lt-Gen. Sir Jeffery Amherft to be Colonel Chief of the

(Sot'h (or Royal American) 'egiment of foot. [stfo.] jThe Hon. Col. William Howe to be ■Lieutenant-Governor of the ifle.of Wight, the room of Col. John Mompeflbn, deceafed. Lt«Col. John Maxwell, of the IJient of foot, to Captain of Cowes Caftle >n the of Wight, in the room of Co
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
O for the fympathetic heart, To whom I erd did all impart, That harbour'd in my mind ; Her lenient

O for the fympathetic heart, To whom I erd did all impart, That harbour'd in my mind ; Her lenient

arms me round, To pour love's balm in every wound, While on her bread reclin'd ! But Death, that fpares nor beauty's bloom, Nor hopes of joyful years to come, Has laid her in the grave. Tho' mild breeze on downy wing, That grateful blows in genial fpriag, Her could not fave. Ah
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - 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
 
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E D f MBIT RG ff: Printed for and by Walt F.R Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Prir.«-

-m? houfe in the Pariiamei.t-clofe, where Advertisements and Subscriptions are taken in. ?? "*-3* """
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AND

AND

DR, FENTGC'Ts Purging Sugar Plumbs infallibly dcftroy all of worms, ’and cure all theft Which occafioncd by them. They arc a fate and rrtctHcine, and may be taken all times, the tendered conrtitrjliotr. This powerful medicine is not confined elifcafcs clfildren only, but In the
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