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L ON DO N.

L ON DO N.

They write from Vienna, that the Emperor has late- ly abolhhcd, in Mantua and Milan, a number of taxes, amour.tinsr to upwards of 300,000 florins per annum. The party now forming is fatd to have Lord Roch- ford for their leader ; and fome among them are far making an alteration
11 January 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" By order of the Houfe.

" By order of the Houfe.

" Peter Masigault, Speaker. - In tke Commons Houfe of Afiembly, April 1772. To whicii his Excellency was pleafcd to return tlie foj- lowing Anfwer, viz. " Mr. Speaker, and Gentleman ofthe " Commons Houfie of Afifembly, " I am extremely forry to find by your Addrefi, that there i
06 June 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AM ERICA.

AM ERICA.

Pbi'.adelph'-ct, yfuguft 3. The Proprietors of the China Manufactory in this city, have lately made ex- periments with fome clay, prefented to them by a Gen- tleman of Charles-Town, South Carolina, which pro- duces China luperior to any brought from the Eaft-In- dies, and will f
30 September 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Te the Right Hen. il.e Earl cflu: _.. I

Te the Right Hen. il.e Earl cflu: _.. I

Te the Right Hen. il.e Earl cflu: ?? I •• My Lord, " The reficna ion ofrfb important an ?? ycur Lordthip iately filled witb ir-i. . in ?? ,; liis, thougll .. circuimit-:nce Citrcn ?? 'y ?? nirtion at btrge, aifefts the whole br-dy ?? J very particulM manner, ar-d ?? npoa Uitn, pt
31 August 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N B U It G H.

E D I N B U It G H.

George Paterfon, Efq; ot" Dunr.-.ttir, "died on Satur- day laft at Fairnie. It is hop d, nis friends and relicti- ons will accept tbis intimation of his death. . They write from the Sonnd -if the ntb }n 'in; tiiat the following fh'ps pafied tiie.c, v''z rhe Lady fanet* Smith, fr
31 August 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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L G N D O N.

L G N D O N.

We have the pleafure to aft are the public, that the report refrjc_th.g the death of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland is untrue. From what circum- tlance this report took its rife is unknown ; but it is certain that it was univerfally credited, and that a gen- tlcruan,
22 February 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVE R T I S E M E N t S. By Order 01 the Right Honourable the Lord Provoft,

ADVE R T I S E M E N t S. By Order 01 the Right Honourable the Lord Provoft,

Ma- gillratcs, and Juuncil of the City of Edinburgh, ALL-HALLOvV FAIR of this City, i s to begin on Monday the oth of November next, "at twelve o'clock noon, and continue the iil-ial lime, ansl is to be kept and held upon that part of the landsof Orchardritld, pof- fefled by Joh
24 October 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract -/" a Letter from Paris, Oct. 8.

Extract -/" a Letter from Paris, Oct. 8.

" A Swifs who had been hired before the vintage in a neighbouring province to tak- care of the vine.-, took advantage of tiie abfence ofthe iiulbandman to attempt the ?? of bis daughter; but not being able to af- te_L tbl_ by pcrfuufion, he fatisfied his brutal appetite by force
31 October 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I To the Printer of tbc Caledonian Mercury.

I To the Printer of tbc Caledonian Mercury.

Your iaferting the inclofed reprefentation concerning kith Bridge, in your uf-fnl paper, will be very obli- k'lg, and perhaps may co.itribute fomething to pro- I ?? never was an age in which greater re- I A gard has been paid to works of humanity and of P' J hlic police than the
31 October 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Extract of a letter, from London, March 24. " The bill for the better regulation of carters, car- riages, loaded horfes, pedlars, tinkers, and petty chap- men, and for filling up or incloiing coal and other pits and finks, and removing of obftructions and nufances within Scotlan
28 March 1772 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland