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LONDO N.

LONDO N.

This day a Chapter of the Moft Hon, Order of the Bath was held at St. James's, when, it is faid, General Coote was inverted with the E.ed Ribband, late Sir Francis Blake Delaval's. We are informed that the Count de Guignes, pre- vious to his departure, fent a very polite letter
04 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Saturday, September 7, 1771- [Number 771 4*1

Edinburgh, Saturday, September 7, 1771- [Number 771 4*1

07 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. AT tlie Wine CelW, lately opened in the weft wing, within the Exchange, WINES antl SPIRITS of d'ffertnt kfnds,

ADVERTISEMENTS. AT tlie Wine CelW, lately opened in the weft wing, within the Exchange, WINES antl SPIRITS of d'ffertnt kfnds,

are to be fold in wholefale, and at the fol- lowing prices in retail, fcr ready money. Claret wine, at z s. 4d. 2 s. Cd. and 3 s. per bottle. Red port, ~\ Zerrv, ( ■ , , ?? Malaga, and C "S- 6 V " Lifbon, J Jamaica rum, at 2 s. 6 d. per bottle. Bottles included in the above pi i
07 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
L O N D ON.

L O N D ON.

From fbe London Papers, Augufi ig. \ Extraa of a letter from Paris, Aug. 8 " The hofpitals are fo crowded with poor, and the benefaftions and charities fo leffened for thefe five or ; . fix. -years pafl, and fo little demand for the lottery tic- kets appointed for the fuftenance
02 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extraa of a letter from I'farfiaw, Auguft 10. " Peace feems to be farther from this kingdom than ever. None of the Magnates have yet yielded to the invitation of Mr. tie .Saidern, the Ruffian Ambaiikdor. His declarations were too harfh for moft of the Polan- ders, who thought th
07 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the Printer ofi the Caledonian Mercury,

To the Printer ofi the Caledonian Mercury,

S i R, \ g. SI always read our Scotcii produftions vyith a ■ ?? good fliare of attention, aswell as curiofity, ?? I commonly make a fey/ curfory remarks upon i- •*■ them, and thus feck through tiie channel of , a r paper, to introduce my lucubrations to the pu- ke eye. * Perhaps
04 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Mr. Fairholme of Greenhill, died at Greenhill upon Monday evening. Yefterday General Paoli and Count Bunr.iniki, the Polilh Ainbaifador, arrived here. This forenoon they went and faw Lord Abercorn's feat at Dudeiingfton ; and to-morrow they fet out for the Weft. We hear from Nai
04 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURG 11.

EDINBURG 11.

Extras ofi a letter from it gemtlemeatt in ?? 1 his friend ill Gla/goiv, dated Juiy 17, 1 ?? ' | " We have juft received here an account of U -.<■ - grocs riiing in rebellion m the ifland of Toba;-o, L • . 1 it is faid they have hitherto done littie da:n:v_, a ■'- killing two wh
07 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The truly Charitable and Rhyming Quack IFoctor.

The truly Charitable and Rhyming Quack IFoctor.

HEAR now a Rhiming Quack, — who ipurns your wealth, And pratis gives a fure receipt for health. No more thus idly roam o'er fca and iand, When lo I a fovereign remedy's at Band: — ■ 'Tis temperance, — trite ftuff ! — " i- is lifting, then, Heav'a's antidote againfl the fins of m
04 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraa of letter from Dublin, Aye. 23.

Extraa of letter from Dublin, Aye. 23.

« By a gentlemen juft arrived from Lifbon, by 'the way of Cork, we arc informed, that, on his paffage home, they were hailed by a large vefiel, which fhewed Swedifh colours, and were foon boarded by about twen- ty perfons, commanded by an oflicer, and attended by an interpreter.
02 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland