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.'.,- -.--' '• High Water at Leith

.'.,- -.--' '• High Water at Leith

?? ?? '• High Water at Leith Moon fets. Mom. Even. Moon's age. H. . M. H M. H. M. Friday Isz I i Morn, 44:1 ii 9I n 31 Saturday Jl3 | ?? 48 | 11 56 | — —
18 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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
 
A D V E RTISEMENTS. GOLFING at ST. .ANDREWS. TO be PLAYED for on the.LINKS there, upon .Wed- nefiiay the

A D V E RTISEMENTS. GOLFING at ST. .ANDREWS. TO be PLAYED for on the.LINKS there, upon .Wed- nefiiay the

fecond of October next, by any Gentleman Golfer, A GOLD MEDAL, Seven Guineas value, given by the Captain and Society of Golfers at St. Andrews. The SILVER CLUB, annually played ibr there, is tobe played for the day after. .: ?? I ■ J.l . ?? ' Ii.TI ' 1 ■ - 17" ATHARINE RAMSAY gj
09 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Thomas Forrefter, Efq; of Denovan, died there the 23d inftant. His fiends wi.il pltafe accept of this noli- ficatioi: of his death. Sunday died at Fleurs, near Kelfo, Mr. Henry Bab canqual, Writer in Edinburgh, and Ci.erk to the Roy- al College of Phyficians here. 'Phe hue Mr. M
25 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
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Printing-houfe in * ? Parli a.ment-clo3E, where

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Printing-houfe in * ? Parli a.ment-clo3E, where

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09 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Clyde lift' effibipA'-g-

Clyde lift' effibipA'-g-

Arrived the Albion, Cam .feell, from St. Kitts with (agar, &c: the Fairfield, Ferric, from Irvine in bal- laii;- the BOyd, 'HartweD, from Wg'uia with tcbacco; -"- . ?? T^eker, froal ficfto.:: with timber; the Homer, ?? ' 'irgima with tobacco; the Doi- ch'i-. Service, fron " : ::
14 September 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland