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To the PRINTE R.

To the PRINTE R.

STOPPING the M O U T H. S I R, 5T HE phrafe of " flopping a perfon's mouth," who, from being a profefled enemy, is br- night over to our intereft, was mighty in vogue in the retgn of James I. The following laughable incident rendered the phrale fashionable in thci'e days. Gondcm
07 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
This day ivere pubiifi-ed, price 6 ?? And fcld by W ILLIAJI C REE C H, TWO LANDS il A

This day ivere pubiifi-ed, price 6 ?? And fcld by W ILLIAJI C REE C H, TWO LANDS il A

P E S, ?? MOKNING and EVENING. Engraved by W. Smith, from Drawings of JOHN TAYLOR, Elq; of Uath. Of W. CUE RCH may he had, 1. Four Views of the RUINS of St ANDREWS, engraved by Pouncey, price 6 s. A :cvvi"ets on large French paper, hand- fomt-ly fiamed anil giaztd. 2. The Genera
07 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Norwich Anecdote, being a counterpart to tbat from Bath. A Lady who had been attended by a very eminent

A Norwich Anecdote, being a counterpart to tbat from Bath. A Lady who had been attended by a very eminent

phyfician of that place a confiderabie time, and to whom llie had always given, each vifit, a couple of gui- neas, began to think it too much, as his vifits were daily; accordingly, the next time after fhe only gave him one guinea, on which the doelor thought he had let one fall
24 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Ift «s**- EDINBURGH, MONDAY, September 30, X 776,
30 September 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PtriCES of Grain- at Haddington, September 27.

PtriCES of Grain- at Haddington, September 27.

Wheat, 117 s. od. |15 s. od.|ll s. cti. | Bear, [13 o .12 6 |it 8 I Oats, 110 6 I• 9 o I . 4 I Peafe, |10 6 |;9 6 j S 10
30 September 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Leith Lift of Shipping.

Leith Lift of Shipping.

Arrived, The Friendihip, Dingwall, from Aberdeen, with goods; the Friendihip, Seed, of and from Thurfo, with meal, Sec. the Nancy, Robertfon, of and from Anftruther, with goods; the Adamfon, Lyell, from Dundee, with apples, &c. the Peggy of Kincardine, Stewart, from Perth, with
25 November 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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29 April 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Suffolk and Effex.

Suffolk and Effex.

Tlpfwicb, March 14, 1776. HIS is to give Notice, That the Co*partnerlhip which lately fubfifted between Meflrs. JOHN BARNARD and JOHN TURNER, fliip-builders in Harwich, was diflblvcd, March 4, by mutual confent. JOHN BARNARD, JOHN TURNER.
16 March 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, A HOUSE, iituate in Fornham St. Martin, next the church-yard, within one mile

To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, A HOUSE, iituate in Fornham St. Martin, next the church-yard, within one mile

of Bury St. Edmund’s, Suffolk; confiding of a large hall, parlour and kitchen, with five chambers and good garrets, and other conveniencies; a good garden and furamer-houfe, commanding an extenfive prol'peft a ftable and piece of grals may be had if wanted, Enquire of 'John Pain
16 March 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SATURDAY, January 20, 1776.

SATURDAY, January 20, 1776.

neighbouring poor, which difttibuted to great numbers between the hours of i* and two. 20. Chriftopher Lawlefs, one of the fellows under confinement for the robbery of the pawnbroker near Clerkenwcll, itisfaid, was concerned with two other villains in the daring burglary at Mrs.
20 January 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England