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Edinburgh, Oct. 24.

Edinburgh, Oct. 24.

C1iulbi,), oft, 24. -o __r s The Herring Fiflierycomrnenced yeflerday in the Filth of Forth. Each boat had from 3 to 4000 of very fine herrings, and from the piofpeLs, it isfuppofed there will be a more abundant fifaing than lafl feafon. The North Country Fifhiermen fhould procee
October 27, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
On Wednesday last, the Grammar School of this city was visited by the Magistrates, accompanied by

On Wednesday last, the Grammar School of this city was visited by the Magistrates, accompanied by

%bebet. On Wedncfday laft, the Gramnmar School of thbs city was vifited by the Magiflrates, accompanied by the Principal and Profeffors of the Marifchal College, and the Town Minifters,wheil the fcholars gave fiuch proofs of their diligence and proficiency in their fludies, as we
October 27, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Last Thursday arrived from Fort George, the Meu tor and Wrangler, gun brigs, having under convoy 6

Last Thursday arrived from Fort George, the Meu tor and Wrangler, gun brigs, having under convoy 6

-1eree- ILaIt Thurfday arrived from Fort George, tbe McI,- toer and W gu hags, l!n under cnvoyk6 extranorts with the' Sltherlapd regns'ent art board, ;nd on Saturday the faifed to the fouthwad. id' On- Tuefday 'norning ai'out: ' i'eloc, Pfngultr Ie circmoiftance happened at Frafe
October 6, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

IMPORTS ?? Tal'itJ ' IR!I!UR 'V ;r , ns I 6','lf Sin, 25 «Mri.:,:J:ii cl.s \ Haft Hid., 2ta Piatnltieh j:o: .a \Setott, tn-ra lb Htnp S tons •: cwt ! .-.ncnat.-urt, ?? Fl-ur ty: qrs I Tor -V. barrel Hen Vi'tVis J ?? 3 fath Stiefia "Lanon'i ■ 1000 pleaCS I ..Tedder "t b«ttS Gete-
October 2, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
{Fitm M___l_6SE*S Lire -/DuvniiN.) " 1 ord Muli»rave, in his Eff.iy on Satire, 1652, represents Sir Charles Scdley as a

{Fitm M___l_6SE*S Lire -/DuvniiN.) " 1 ord Muli»rave, in his Eff.iy on Satire, 1652, represents Sir Charles Scdley as a

voluptuary ; but he his c utr-o.i.orarics, to have been cxtrcemly witty and particular., happy in h.s Gmil.es. He condefcend- ?? however, foim-times to become a pra<__:ical joker, as ?? trom fome anecdote, concerning him, re- corded by Oidys, in his manufcript noteson Lang- bain
October 9, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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THE PRICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ARTICLES OF MERCHANDIZE. Axt.s-__tr.tonl. 1 'LLA, c. "i" ?? o o Ji.ua ph. Si o— o c A..MOSI.SP.C.M. OiLp.-rton 1. s. 1. s ?? f. I.— 6 o Lucca or fail. 10 o— lo Io aa~Z:La' . \IZ ?? o „ L'-A A A ~r 6 'iLiLiLfi 6 ?? 610 ?? c AißF.ll.-TC. s. d. s.d Gem*.
October 9, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Hamburgh mail due on Sunday arrived on Wednefday. The articles from Munich, Augfburgh, Ratifbon, and Carlsrhue, all date that

The Hamburgh mail due on Sunday arrived on Wednefday. The articles from Munich, Augfburgh, Ratifbon, and Carlsrhue, all date that

the preliminaries have been ratified hy hi. Imperial Majefty, who confented to furrecder Ulin, Ingolifadt, and Philiplburg, in order that the negociation for a definitive treaty might be expofed to co further obflacles. The accounts from Vienna are not of a later date than the 2
October 13, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COLDSTREAM VOLUNTEERS.

COLDSTREAM VOLUNTEERS.

Csntain llali. baying received o. Jcrs from the Earl of Host, Lord Lieutenant cf tne county of JLrwich, to aifeinhle the Company of Volun- teers under Ms command, m. Thotfdaj tbe 2Ji.lt inflant, for the pnrpofe ol being dollar. Jed. pa- ra.had them accordingly, under arms, aud m
October 2, 1800 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FORESTALLING.

FORESTALLING.

?? net be uninteresting to enquire whit tiit been the conduct formerly, in timet at fcardty and public dirtreft, upon the detection of a loicMtller. Tbe following curious sdvertiftsnene upon this fubjeci. is extracted from tbe Gentleman's Magaiine for ihe year 1759: Mvtrt&mtmt.m
October 9, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Wedncidav'o Mail.

Wedncidav'o Mail.

?? ,r -PXDON, ijue/da-;) Oaoher % Tfit \ . ilel v»h:c>» brought the Pan* i'ape.s \,vet ye He- day, brought If dfp itches f ?? Cc.t*r». mcnt fr m Palis, but which ar- not th&u.ht to have b. ought any thing de-cmve ?? the arm.ll.ce. Indeed the, could not bring an anfttt? t.» the l
October 9, 1800 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England