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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 description of one of Mr Blakey's patent fire engines for raising water nut of ponds, rivers, wells, &c. and for forcing it up to any height wanted, for supplying houses, gardens, and other places.

A description of one of Mr Blakey's patent fire engines for raising water nut of ponds, rivers, wells, &c. and for forcing it up to any height wanted, for supplying houses, gardens, and other places.

r pHis engine confifts of a boiler E, and its gauge-cock F ; which boiler has a fleam-pipe D, on which is foldered the cock and funnel C. I is an air-veflel, and T, T, an inje£tion-pipe, which has a hole at the neareft end to the boiler, to throw water into it (through the fleam
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thus ftriking vice and folly dumb, As reafon guides our youth, Thy voice, goddefs, fhall become The facred voice of

Thus ftriking vice and folly dumb, As reafon guides our youth, Thy voice, goddefs, fhall become The facred voice of

truth. The Delicate Complaint. YE woods and ye mountains unknown, Beneath whofe pale fliadows ftray, To the bread of my charmer alone Thefe figiis bid fweet echo convey. Where-ever he penfively leans, By fountain, on hill, or in grove, His heart will explain what flie means, Who
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

, 9 cdings, the Duke of F-' L. 'nft Mr Vaugjian Argument-; JVj s r . v 617. Anftvered ,cu Or-General 618. An office-copy c, e le «er ib. Lord Mansfield's fpeech j * fal to the Duke of G n, on the ao. Anfwerdii- Y ° r 'be Cattl e-distf.mper 6tt' O. Cromwell 6»i. ladiesV NES cncou
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A prayer of Oliver Cromwell, the Lite Protectory the evening before his death.

A prayer of Oliver Cromwell, the Lite Protectory the evening before his death.

prayer of Oliver Cromwell, the Lite Protectory the evening before his death. Lord ! I am a miferable creature, yet am in covenant with thee through and I may and will coma unto thee, for thy people. Lord, thou haft made me, though unworthy, a mean initrument them fome good, aird
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RefieHions the New Year. By Mr Gordon. With quick and Client pace, year after year Rolls on impetuous thro' creation's

RefieHions the New Year. By Mr Gordon. With quick and Client pace, year after year Rolls on impetuous thro' creation's

N ®w Fortune liniles, and now flie frowns fevere, Capricious Goddefs of the human race ! not, ye rich, that from a power divine The fleeting joys of wealth in pref'rence flow; fons of penury, do not repine At prefent ilk, which no duration know. the wide creation's vaft expanfe,
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SIR, London, Dec. 14. "OAving lately obferved, with great g'ief of heart, the of that noble patriotic zsal which hath

SIR, London, Dec. 14. "OAving lately obferved, with great g'ief of heart, the of that noble patriotic zsal which hath

for many months gl"rioufly di.'nnguifhed this happy ifland ; and being very apprehenfive of its approaching utter extinction, without fome application can be made of frefh fuel, in order to re-excite its once pure and ardent flames j I now, for the firft time, take up 111 with t
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Such ills, oh Mirza ! caus'd not our delay ; E'en God himfelf commanded us to ft.iy. Soon as the

Such ills, oh Mirza ! caus'd not our delay ; E'en God himfelf commanded us to ft.iy. Soon as the

night around diffus'd her flvades, Forth from the fkies a flood of light invades To paint its luftre words would ftrive in vain Religious horror chill'd each proftrate fwain ! ! from a golden cloud a bioke, And lmiling thus mortal accents lpose : " Fear not, ye fhepherds Hear fr
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland