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Lon don Post, Sept. 14.

Lon don Post, Sept. 14.

By Letters from Rome of the 19th ulr. we arc informed, that the Cardinal of York has removed from Nocera to Foiigno, and is ftill determined to feen no more Rome, unlefs the Abbe Lercari be allowed to attend him publickly the fame Pod he held. We arc alfured that Lcrcari came in
26 September 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Glasgow Courant, Oflr. 23.

Glasgow Courant, Oflr. 23.

Lad WednclHay Mr. James Clow was admitted Profeflbr of Logic in this Univerfity. F ORE IG N NEWS. 'From the St.} ames’sEveningPost. Extraft of a Letter from Orleans, Sept. 20, 175*. YOU may remember that I told you juft at leaving Paris, that it was received as * certain there,
31 October 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW Couranty June I.

GLASGOW Couranty June I.

The Houftoun, of Glafgowr, arrived London from St. Cbriftophers. Greenock, May 30. Arrived the Catharine, Hill, from Larn, with Lime (lone, the Anna and Catherina, Jacobfon, from Arundale, with Timber; and the Dove, Brown, from Liverpool, with Merchant Goods. Sailed the Providen
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Highncls gave the Word of Command himfelf, and feem’d highly pleafed at the performing their Excrdfe. ' EDINBURGH Ev. Courant,

Highncls gave the Word of Command himfelf, and feem’d highly pleafed at the performing their Excrdfe. ' EDINBURGH Ev. Courant,

June i. We hear from Dublin, that on a Complaint of the Officers of CoL Hopfon's Regiment, againft Capt. George Johnfton their Agent, the Colonel had appointed another in his Room but that Application having been made to the Lord Lieut, his Grace had directed a Board of GeneraV
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ry to thuscondemf to pafs their Time in Inactivity, waiting * the Arrival Of M . Neny ; for that

ry to thuscondemf to pafs their Time in Inactivity, waiting * the Arrival Of M . Neny ; for that

ry to thuscondemf to pafs their Time in Inactivity, waiting * the Arrival Of M . Neny ; for that able Negociator being appointed Srft Corfimiflary * of the Emprel's Queen they can nothing without him. a Report is current * that he will fet out (rem hence in lew Days, * * His Pre
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
in the Wood, with great Splendour, The Garter, Ribbon, and George, were delivered by the King at Arms to Col.

in the Wood, with great Splendour, The Garter, Ribbon, and George, were delivered by the King at Arms to Col.

, Yorki who placed them upon his Serene Highnefs; but the Mantle, Collar, and other Enfigns of the Order, being tod heavy for a Prince of his tender Age, were placed before him by the Herald upon a Cuihion of Crimfon Velvet provided for that Purpofe. His Serene Highnefs appearin
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
'ADVERTISE ME "N, TS.

'ADVERTISE ME "N, TS.

THcrc is to be fet in Lcafe, the entry to commence at Whitfimday next' 1752, the towns and Lands of Brucklaw and Hopefcot, join - ly or feparately as they ly fiiua.'-ed on both fidcs the Water of Cowic; As alfo the Mains of Mcrgic ■with the Miln thereof, confiding of 124 acres a
9 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
flown, the Parifli of King-E and Shire of Aberdeen. The Entry to be at Whitfunday 1753- The Rent of the

flown, the Parifli of King-E and Shire of Aberdeen. The Entry to be at Whitfunday 1753- The Rent of the

Miln-town is zo Bolls of Meal, at 8 (tone per 8011, and ioo Merles Scots of Money, Wedder and i Lamb, i dozen of Hens, and dozen of Poultry, Cuftoms ; and ftone of Brew- fallow, half a Leet of Peats, 6 Bolls of Lime carried, and 6 Hooks in Harveft, or z Days of 6 Perfons at Hay
23 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
is true, but it was only in general terms, and way of Convcl lktion ; and fofar from any Menaces

is true, but it was only in general terms, and way of Convcl lktion ; and fofar from any Menaces

having pafl'cd on either fide, that they behaved to each other with the greateft Politencfs, ard perfectly confiftenc with the ftrid Union thatlfablifts between the two Crowns. Some Days alter M. de Salvcrt failed from Anamabou,after having received on board the Deputies Tent by
23 June 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

General Evening Post, July 14. I 2d Intlant die King’s Marfttly 8. X riagc with the Princefs Julia hlaria VVolfcnbuttle wasannourtccd in the Churches whereupon all the Marks of Mourning vanifticd, Joy appeared every Countenance, and the Organs began to play, which had not been d
21 July 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland