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Total Days of tlie W. Riling and Setting of the N. K. h m >3 3 3 >4 3 I ’y >6 3 <7 S 47 47 8 45 8 ao O O ter Aber llot—j Th. Fri. . Sat. Sun. M. h. m 57 6 7 33 9 9 9 57 to 49 h. m. 6 z 1 7 9 7 57 45 9 to 21 h. m. morn, o 17 O 0 6 1 29 Advertifements. THE creditors of William Norr
27 June 1758 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
■tent"wire palled by comraiffion, hi). M .jefty being a flight cold and dcflnxion his eyes, and not able 'o go

■tent"wire palled by comraiffion, hi). M .jefty being a flight cold and dcflnxion his eyes, and not able 'o go

10 the houie ; rhele bills are, to oblige venders of plate to lake out licences to fortify Fortfmou h and Plymouth docks; to regulate the aflixe of bread ; to import lal: beef, potk, and buiter from Ireland, du y free ; for the better railing, paying and cloathing the militia in
27 June 1758 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
art defired, lefivixt and tie tenth if July next- trnnjmit particular notes of the debts due to them the /aid

art defired, lefivixt and tie tenth if July next- trnnjmit particular notes of the debts due to them the /aid

William Norrie. and how the fame was vouched, to JamesFordyct writer in Hunt I), or .Alexander Harper in Ardonald fo as a div jion «(:e made of the fubjeti in their hands, arijing fre •he roup’d price the /aid IVilliam Norrie's effefts. Ar.d all thofe indebted to the /aid IF'ill
27 June 1758 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JOHN COUR AG E

JOHN COUR AG E

Shoemaker from London, at the fign of the Boot and Shoe in the head of the Broadgatc, Aberdeen, MAke< all forts of BOOTS, mens and womens SHOES , in the neatefi and flrongefi mar.r.er, and after the fajhion.; and ladies have lornterly had occafion to complain upon the breaking o
27 June 1758 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WANTED, AN apprentice fer learning merchandize, particu' larly the flocking trade Enquire at the pub - IHlser of this paper.

WANTED, AN apprentice fer learning merchandize, particu' larly the flocking trade Enquire at the pub - IHlser of this paper.

Hat DAVID vSHAW of this place ives out* \ —vrinTyffifrtfrpYmp CrUukjliank'S clo/e, in tie Brc,actuate, kinds of ftlk, to be knit into rilb ho/e ; there!ore, all /rood hands will conliar.tly employed, and meet with good encouragement, high prices will be given. Bone need apply bu
27 June 1758 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
[Num. 5823] Edinburgh , T'uefdaj T . April 24, 1759.

[Num. 5823] Edinburgh , T'uefdaj T . April 24, 1759.

24 April 1759 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
\Z No Mails ihis Pofi.

\Z No Mails ihis Pofi.

ibe London Papers, April 19. ' Nti fi't s > March 20. S there was a Time when the Court 4 thought it ncceffary to fet on foot a powerful Army, they accordingly took the neceiiary Meafures for that c End. The King, among other % ecalleel all his Officers, who had gone to r*X> Can
24 April 1759 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Cfli..fr cfTflTafrliAt^fnrtv 4HrI ifrl^fiiri?

Cfli..fr cfTflTafrliAt^fnrtv 4HrI ifrl^fiiri?

Cfli..fr ?? nrtv 4HrI ifrl^fiiri? Num. 4641. Edinburgh, Ttiefday, July 10, 1750.
10 July 1750 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I LONDON.

I LONDON.

liummon for the Knights of the Garter to at- foliation at Windfor, on the 12th Inftant, have tyh-s Majefty, and countersigned by his Grace f Newcastle. I of Inchfquin is Proxy for his Royal H?gh- Gtorge. The other Proxies are Sir Clement ft Evcrard Faukener, Sir Million Lambard,
10 July 1750 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

From the London Evening Poll, 'July «*. Letters from Vienna advife, that the Prussian Mini- fter at that Court continues to make the ftrongeft In- ftanccs in favour of tbe Reformed at Francfort, where the Magiftrates flill refute to let them bu;ld a Church for the Exercife of th
10 July 1750 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland