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TUESDAY, April x, 1760.

TUESDAY, April x, 1760.

Thurfday Pod. rival t' Malls from Flanders Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, 20. IT faid that our cou t daily expefts definitive anfwcr from Ruffia, on which depends the deftination of a fleet to the Baltic, and that the emprefs has a temptation laid before her of a
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
J'atuirlav Pod

J'atuirlav Pod

Arrived the Mail from Flanders. N A V I, AFFAIRS. Whitehall Evening Post, Alarch 2*. Madrid, S yet there’s no certainty of the ■Ma ch 4. dedination of our armament land or (ea. ’Tis only the vulgar who talk of an expedition in Barhary. The Corfairs of Algiers, uuis, and Tripoli,
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
latcft roop, great 1, fair the : has and

latcft roop, great 1, fair the : has and

1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
he fold by public Roup Monday the id Day yum next, o*Clock Afternoon within the Exchange Ccjfee-Houfe of Aberdeen, HE

he fold by public Roup Monday the id Day yum next, o*Clock Afternoon within the Exchange Ccjfee-Houfe of Aberdeen, HE

Lands and EJlate of R D U THT, with the fiends, Parjonage and Vicarage and whole Pertinents thereof lying in the Parijh of Fetterejfo and County Kincardine, the yearly free Rent of which, after Deduction of the Feu-Duty payable to the Vifcount of Arhuthnot, the Superior, and of
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ver, lam afraid this clrcumftance, together with the barbarities lately committed by the Spaniards Carpenter’s river, will make our flaying

ver, lam afraid this clrcumftance, together with the barbarities lately committed by the Spaniards Carpenter’s river, will make our flaying

in this melancholy place vt precarious. 3. The Fremh court is reduced to keep up the fpirits of their people, fmce their two grand Iqua•irons have been defeated and deftroyed, telling them now, that [Tivate armaments willbeflill vaftly pcrjudicial and terrible us; which is juft
1 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Saturday Poft.

Saturday Poft.

Arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, April 5. WE hear that the Dragon and Brilliant men of war have got out of the Village, and are fafely arrived at Rochfort. The Diadem and Souveram men of war are fitting out at Breft and Rochfort,
15 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS articles.

MISCELLANEOUS articles.

General Evening Post, March 27. Bout the letter end of November laft, or beginning of December laft, one Boidin, a barber, at Bafleterre, in the ifland of Guadaloupe, having an intrigue with a mulatto Have of M. Commande that lived there, who admitted the fame time an Englifh Ta
8 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A D V Jb K l I S Ji M E N V •.

A D V Jb K l I S Ji M E N V •.

A D V Jb I M V •. WILLIAM NISBET, Bleacher in Striechen, is to lay do-run Cloth his Field •■within a few Days, and bleaches at the following Prices, viz. alt plain Linen wove in goo Reed and under, at Three halfpence ; 1000 at id. UOO, zd. Halfpenny, zoo, 1 300, Halfpenny, 1400,
8 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
and confequently the quiet the COlUily, as collector, fyftetti yet being, who will natatally furtporteM the friends of thofe who

and confequently the quiet the COlUily, as collector, fyftetti yet being, who will natatally furtporteM the friends of thofe who

lhare with him the falary •? And I think there is in view a well-connetted aflbciation, which may be expetted to fecure the quiet the cdunty from any cabals on account of the collt'ttor’s office-, for many years. The ne*t reafon ofreduttion carries very fpeciods •appearance, if
22 April 1760 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TUESDAY’S POST. TrtnpticH of LetUr fromPrittct Ferdinand of Brmfwiek. *• Sacred ! HE Enemy having called in all their Imall

TUESDAY’S POST. TrtnpticH of LetUr fromPrittct Ferdinand of Brmfwiek. *• Sacred ! HE Enemy having called in all their Imall

Detachments, this Difcovcry engaged r° give the Army, at five o’clock in the Afternoon, Orders to hold themfelves in Readinefs to march at One o'clock in the Morning, on the firft of Auguft, the Cavalry, exprefly to be faddled at that Hour. recommended it all the advanced Polls
26 April 1760 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England