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DEATHS, Francis Clarke Esq; Son of Sir Francis Clarke - Mr. Dawley, Master of New Tunbridge Wells - Thorneur Esq;

DEATHS, Francis Clarke Esq; Son of Sir Francis Clarke - Mr. Dawley, Master of New Tunbridge Wells - Thorneur Esq;

DEATHS, rratveis Clarke Efq; Son of Sir Francis Clarke Mr. Dawley, Mdftcr of New Tunbridge Wells ■ Thorncur Efq; a Merchant Henry Fane Efq; — Major Cook, at Georgia Edward Stanhope Efq; of Grimfton, in Voikfhire — Stephen Terry Efq;— • Mr. Edward Mann of Exeter. Tne Hon. George W
April 14, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IP S W IC H: Printed for W. Craighton, Bookfeller, near the Butter-Market ; And Sold by Mr. Watfon, Bgokfelfer

IP S W IC H: Printed for W. Craighton, Bookfeller, near the Butter-Market ; And Sold by Mr. Watfon, Bgokfelfer

9 in Bury ; and Mr. John Kendall, Bookfeller, in Colchefter ; by whom Advertifements are taken in. ?? Next Month, this P AP E W wjff \tegin n be printed wtb ft New Utter} mw almft fnijfi'ds
April 14, 1739 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Clje Caledonian Mtttittp.

Clje Caledonian Mtttittp.

Edinburgh, Monday, December i*j. # 1736. tfum. 2604 17<2"5r
December 13, 1736 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mfjce our lap arrived a French and a Flanders Mail.

Mfjce our lap arrived a French and a Flanders Mail.

Wye's Letter,, v&rual im, London, December 7. T'^Hat many great and profit-able Branches oft h e Tra d c an d Man ufa d t ures of this Kingdom were tr-anfpl an ted to foreign Parts, by inveigling thither our skilful Hands, is ni-pifeft and notorious ; therefore this J.lilchief w
December 13, 1736 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the Evening-Pojis, Decern. *r

From the Evening-Pojis, Decern. *r

Paris Dec zz. They are in hopes at Peters- burg, that if a Peace is not concluded this Win- ter with the Turks, the Emperor will caufe all his Forces to advance in favour of the Czarina, pur- fuant to the clofe Alliance concluded between them. A. Project: has been laid before th
December 13, 1736 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, Decern. *

LONDON, Decern. *

Je Ge i leral hav e acquainted the French ?? Minifters at the Plague, That it would be the greateft Pleaiure to them to fee an Ed P f _ ?? , C M-tonderftanding between the Courts of Madrid and Lisbon, and in the mean time to know, how far the Negociations for that End were come.
December 13, 1736 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH, Decern. i*. ~

EDINBURGH, Decern. i*. ~

To the Author of the Caledonian Mercury. Sir, You'll pleafe infer, in your next, the fol- lowing Paragraphs, taken from the Daily Jour- nal, dated, London, Nov. 29, 1736. ' 570 the Author of the Daily Journal f He Publick would, no doubt., be furprized to find the Author of the
December 13, 1736 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Prices of Grain at Gijfard, Dec. 10, 17-U6

Prices of Grain at Gijfard, Dec. 10, 17-U6

Befr Wheat, 08 12 00. 2d, 08-05 00. 3d, 07 13 te Beft Oats, 05 06 00. 2d, c$ 00 00. 3d, 04 ?? Beft Barley, o6 15 co. 2d, c 6 10 co. 3d, 06 coj Beft Peafe, c 6 00 00. 2d, 05 16 00. 3d, 05 co a
December 13, 1736 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
j 7o tht Author of the Vniverfal Spectator.

j 7o tht Author of the Vniverfal Spectator.

Far once let me ask you a Queftion, good Sir* JEd if you refolve me, l'il ferve you as fir. ["your Eyes do behold all the Univerfe round, po finks, and who fw ims, or what Ships run o'gronnd: Ny tell me the Caufe cf Trade being Co dead, -* py Shops are fhut up, and Goods and Own
March 16, 1732 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From WY E' s LETT E R, Jm. 7.

From WY E' s LETT E R, Jm. 7.

From WY E ' s LETT E R, Jm. 7. By iM HoSdnd Mail this Day they wY tie from Venna ofthe l%thjaft, that Count Hamilton had .efign'd his Government of the Uiftrift of'Temefwdr, which they fay has ken conferred on Count de Neuperg. Thar feveral 'Phyflciam and Surgeons have been fent
January 12, 1737 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England