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Clyde lif of flipping.

Clyde lif of flipping.

Arrived the Faitley, Peter, from Virginia witfi to- bacco ; the Mally and Peggy, Steel, from Drogheda with meal and beef; th.c Robert and Gabriel, Lyon, from ditto with meal ; the Katie, White, from ditto with ditto ; the Argyle, jM'Pherfon, from ditto with ditto; the Aurora, Ly
23 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Character of the Due de Choifeul, late Prime Minifer.of France : From Sir R. Talbot's letters on the.French nation.

Character of the Due de Choifeul, late Prime Minifer.of France : From Sir R. Talbot's letters on the.French nation.

Character of the Due de Choifeul, late Prime Minifer of France : From Sir R. Talbot's letters on the French nation. " The Due de Choifeul has a fine eye, which difeo- vers much fire and penetration. His countenance i> o- pen and fprightly. Though he came out of his closet, I did
25 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Et cantare pare', et rejponaere paran.

Et cantare pare', et rejponaere paran.

MY Friend has indeed greatly- the advantage over me by ?? in your metropolis:- tbat great emporium of men and man- ners, news and nonfenfe, politics and « playhoufes, antl all other fubjeas of entertainment, while I live at a great diilance from you, and move in a narrow fphere,
02 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract ofa lelti'r from Orkney, Nov. 28.

Extract ofa lelti'r from Orkney, Nov. 28.

" The (hip Vrous Keilc Gonda, Capt. Barent Cla- rin, of and for Amfterdam, for Archangel, was, on the 23d current, carried into Peerowail, in the iiland of Wiftray, with four feet water ia her bold, and otherwife in great diftrefs, in fo much that fite mult un- dergo a confidcra
14 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Saturday, December 7, 1771. ?? 77£>2*

Edinburgh, Saturday, December 7, 1771. ?? 77£>2*

07 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Extraii of a letter from Portfmoufh, Vec. 24. _

Extraii of a letter from Portfmoufh, Vec. 24. _

« Kis Majesty's frigate Juno billed irom spitneaci into the harbour" tail Sunday, to refit. " The Royal Henry and Nottingham outward bound Eail India— en, that arrivetl here from the Downs a few days ago, are gone to the Motherb— _. to wait for a fair wind." Cl-irleftovn, South-
30 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the LimJam Papers, Nov. 20.

From the LimJam Papers, Nov. 20.

Pctersbur'gb, Oclober iS. According to the bill ad- vices trom Count Orlow at Mofcow, the mortality ?? minilhcs daily at that place, and the iedinon is enriiely appcafed. The Emprefs has given orders to the i'ci-ai- to form a proccis againft the principal authors oi" liM above d
04 December 1771 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
it> bo S Of. D.

it> bo S Of. D.

it> S Of. D. IT geoJ-accultomed WATER-MILL, call’d (■ n<- r, with the .Melbuayc and about fix Acres of Freehold Lard adjoinlr ; the la't 'y erected thereon, nil good Repair, in Ten na o.v, conmusily call’d Pajham Hatchcflon, Suffolk. And a FreelioW Me.Tbaee, with tips Ylrdt and L
21 December 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Friday and Saturday's POSTS

Friday and Saturday's POSTS

AMERICA. Charlet'To-wn, South Carolina, Sept. ?? tfj?*^ HE 14th ult. Tiagadou-rhourah, C«_ a Chief of the Mohawk tribe of — -< -r$ Indians, with four other Mo- A A hawks, fix Cherokees, and eigh- -3* teen Catawbas, arrived in town, e lfytj£P and have had feveral conferences with
10 December 1771 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OUR N A L.

OUR N A L.

° '725- count ol' the lucT.'-Hiar a-as upo the i> i-tu: * Major Gen. h?vi"p the * Dittubc *t the head a * troops, Toris who the ptrr for.« of Tulcra, *Jsbad»j;h, IT, and flolhin, beihg 'rith panic I’p-ni his approach, ran away and left lottiefl'es our trorps, who inijikJlately t
14 December 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England