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Edinburgh, Dec. iff. On Saturday 1 , New Theatre Royal was opened It may, with juftice, be faid to be

Edinburgh, Dec. iff. On Saturday 1 , New Theatre Royal was opened It may, with juftice, be faid to be

one the neatcft and moft elegant theatres in & rope. Mr Ross has given the n • perb modern building in the kingdom, does honour the country, and to his tal It was opened \frith the following Prolog written and fpoken by Mr Ross, who received with loud and repeated acd anV tions
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(Sth reg. of foot; Enf. John 1 „ Lieutenant, vice Theophilus Lanc» ) chafe. l Ditto : Chriffie, Gent, to

(Sth reg. of foot; Enf. John 1 „ Lieutenant, vice Theophilus Lanc» ) chafe. l Ditto : Chriffie, Gent, to

En vice John Welch ; by purchafe. 1 17th reg. of foot: Enf. !aß g Darby to he Lieutenant, vice John Schatv, preferred ; by purchafe. foe Ditto: James Wolfeley, Gent. f , Enlign, vice William John Darby; J chafe. to iff reg. of foot: Enf. Chariest? Lieutenant, vice John Darcll, w
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
 
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