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handler, grocer, dealer and chapman..EDINBURGH.

handler, grocer, dealer and chapman..EDINBURGH.

handler, grocer, dealer and chapman. EDINBURGH. Friday the 15th inftant, Mr Alexander Petry, one ol the prefent bailies of Elgin, was unfortunately killed by an ac- cidental blow from the pole of his own chaife, as they were putting tbe horfes to. On Saturday laft, three recruits
21 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER

To the PRINTER

S I X, THE following juft obfervation merits the attention of the public, as it will anftfer the purpole effec- tually of difpelling the fears of thofe who labour ?? the dread ofthe confequences ofa foreign war, whilft we have the unavoidable misfortune of a rebellious one with
21 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To SOLD, A« the BOW l»jl in RYE HARBOUR, The PHOENIX CUTTER, JOHN SERJEANT, late Mailer. Burthen about fifty-fix Tons,

To SOLD, A« the BOW l»jl in RYE HARBOUR, The PHOENIX CUTTER, JOHN SERJEANT, late Mailer. Burthen about fifty-fix Tons,

with all her Materials, being well found, with Anchors, Cables, and Sails: a prime Sailer, about eight Years old, and fit for Sea intra*- diarely. I - J Fo L f!""'™ 1 "* en uire Txo, Faster, Builder, at Folk none j JOHN Starr tL, Rye, or Maax StsytawT, at y
21 August 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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21 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

AN American, and a friend to the liberties bf his coun- try, defires the avowed friends of American rights in England, to declare what lengths they will go in lup- port ofthe common caufe. Inftigated by them, the Americans, at the hazard of tlieir lives and fortunes, are now emb
21 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraft of a letter from an half-pay officer at St Omer's, dated

Extraft of a letter from an half-pay officer at St Omer's, dated

Augufi 3. *• The troops in this part ofthe kingdom arc all iti motion. The Irifh brigade, which has not for ievcral years been quar- tered in French Flanders, is now fpread round this country, except three battalions which are ftationed in Lorraine and Champagne. I was iately in
21 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Saturday, Aug. 17. LONDON. Letter from Providence dated July i, fayr, " Saturday laft arrived here the King oi Viftory,

Saturday, Aug. 17. LONDON. Letter from Providence dated July i, fayr, " Saturday laft arrived here the King oi Viftory,

and Neptune, three Provincial privateer* with En- jlifli armed vcffelr, viz. two brigantinee, 16 on» each, one foow of 14, sad fchooner of 11} they were commanded by naval officers, and were taken, after a aftioo, within tea leagues ofßoHon. , A few days ago a female upper donee
21 August 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
(Number 865. ' WANTS PLACE. GAME keepe.R MAN who (hoots well, under. ■Am #««»<» U» BaSmfs iM CM beta »n

(Number 865. ' WANTS PLACE. GAME keepe.R MAN who (hoots well, under. ■Am #««»<» U» BaSmfs iM CM beta »n

undeniable Chandler. Any Gentleman that dun fuitt, Adding a Letter J'»■ the North foreland, Chatham, fhaH be waited an. . STAMP OFFIC JE. ' LINCOLN-. INN, LONDON, 17 HE Commiflionen for managinf upMYfcr greeting Win. Licence. ami where., the AH Iwiwdn.lnfofm..lm, that diver. Per
21 August 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDO N.

LONDO N.

Extralr cf ' ?? Lifoon, July 16. -. " It is remarked that his Majefty's miniftcrs have fre- quent conferences with thofe of the Courts of France and England, which, according to all appearances, relate to the means of terminating the differences between Spain and this kingdom."
21 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
post-coach, r» is sr AVcrtoH.\ At Two o'clock tki Aftarnooft, OAT lATIBOAVI «77{» ttiki MktKBT, oppoflie FLEECE tit ST. %

post-coach, r» is sr AVcrtoH.\ At Two o'clock tki Aftarnooft, OAT lATIBOAVI «77{» ttiki MktKBT, oppoflie FLEECE tit ST. %

CAFtfcrßttvtY, A NEAT POST-COACH, hung Steel Spring!, with Iron Axle furs and GloS Front. —»The Box take offcwcgSmril*. MAID o Ton And F.nttrtd ufn immedutefy. moil commodious Manner, ell papered new. Marble Chimney Pieces, &c. eery compleat, with a Coach-heufe, Stablet, Garden,
21 August 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England