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To the intrepid and patriotic S-ssi of London.

To the intrepid and patriotic S-ssi of London.

Gentlemen, London December. LET for a moment (to ferve my prefent purpofe) you two gentlemen friends of the miniftry, and defirnus, as much as in you lies, of promoting order and good government: return for which, yon may take full vengeance me, fuppofing Parlon Home, or any oth
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND

IRELAND

Dublin, Nov. 18. W*e are credibly infor- med, that the Countefs of Huntingdon, from her known Attachment to the Caul, of Reli- gion, will have a Chapel immediately erected in this City at her own Expence, and appoint a Clergyman to officiate therein ; and her La- dyfnip is .peed
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) Nov. 25.

LONDON, (Saturday) Nov. 25.

Yellerday the Rei'. Dr. Hinchcliffc, Vice Chancellor of the Univerfity of Cambridge, Vicar of Greenwich, aud Malter of Trinity College, killed his Majefty's Hand, on being B] pointed Bifhop of Peterborough, in the room of the late Dr. Lamb. Laft Night a Confutation was held at t
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A letter to J. Ellis, Esq; of Grafs tin, from Dr Solander of the British Muftis , now on his voyage round the world, in company -with Joseph Banks, Esq; and the astronomers sent to observe the transit of Venus, by the Royal Society, at the new discovered islands in the South, feast

A letter to J. Ellis, Esq; of Grafs tin, from Dr Solander of the British Muftis , now on his voyage round the world, in company -with Joseph Banks, Esq; and the astronomers sent to observe the transit of Venus, by the Royal Society, at the new discovered islands in the South, feast

A letter J. Ellis, Esq; of Grafs tin, from Dr Solander of the British Muftis , now on his voyage round the world, in company -with Joseph Banks, Esq; and the astronomers sent to observe the transit of Venus, by the Royal Society, at the new discovered islands in the South, feast
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SIR, London, Dec- 2 \ Have obferved that is afi the miniftry have moft fcrutinv, that not abo hundredth part

SIR, London, Dec- 2 \ Have obferved that is afi the miniftry have moft fcrutinv, that not abo hundredth part

of the freehold' c0 finned petitions. I wifli they tinue their frrutiny, and let the know what proportion of thefr have figned addrefles. Arid « s l ' ' neuters, they are to be deemed gp' the Athenian law exifts; —f° r 1 j aftcd, that none ought to be the difputes of their count
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Drewry's Derby Mercury.

Drewry's Derby Mercury.

Vol. XXXVIII. "] No. IpS?. J FRIDAY, December t, 1769. [Ready Mo?tey with Advutijements,
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Speech ofa Serjeant at Law, on the fide of J a noble Lord, Defendant in a lute popular ??

The Speech ofa Serjeant at Law, on the fide of J a noble Lord, Defendant in a lute popular ??

Caufe, where the Jury brought in a Verdict for 4000 1. Damages. Mr. Serjeant W— — —er. I\/[ A V it plcafe your Lordfhip, and you Gentle- •*'■* men of ;hc Jury, 1 am Council for the Defen- dant, againft whom Mr. W. has brought this Action, in order to recover Damages, for the inj
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Monday's Poft.

Monday's Poft.

This Day arrived the Mails from Holland, and France. Warfaw, November 4. $.«._.«.S. ETTERS from Podulia fay, that § , \ Advice was received there, that § ' jj General Count Panin had detached General Witgenllein to invelt Ben- der; that according to the laft Let- ters, the Place
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
War quit of Rockingham's management of Grass9-lands; Turnip-hoeing, See. from a fix months tour through the north of England.

War quit of Rockingham's management of Grass9-lands; Turnip-hoeing, See. from a fix months tour through the north of England.

War quit of Rockingham's management of Gra ss9-lands; Turnip-hoeing, See. from a fi x months tour through the north of England. ■I E author this valuable work, in s , fifth letter, gives a particular ea defcription of Wentworth",e Marquis of Rockingham's, w his Lordihip's park, p
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A general defect in the catastrophe of English tragedies.

A general defect in the catastrophe of English tragedies.

THeie is one general defeft the cataftrophe of our tragedies, which mav be eafily correfted, though it is the violation of nature and propriety, that am aftonilhed it has not vet occurred to any of our dramatic writer, This defect is the total inattention which is manifefted for
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland