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MONDAY, yanuary 2,6, 1761.

MONDAY, yanuary 2,6, 1761.

26 January 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tremely hurried, that they work on Sundays. The preparations are really carrying on with more diligence than at the beginning

tremely hurried, that they work on Sundays. The preparations are really carrying on with more diligence than at the beginning

of the war every thing here wears the face of war, rather than the eve of a peace. At Spithead, admiral Holbarfie, With 14 (hips of war.” 17. It is faid that admiral Pocock will relieve fir Edward Hawke in the Bay; and that fir Edward will be made a lord of the admiralty in the
26 January 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH CAPTURES.

BRITISH CAPTURES.

Extract ef a letter from fir “James Douglas in chief of his Majefiy's /hips and veffelsat the Leeward Ifiands to Mr. Cleveland., dated at November 21, 1760. CAPTAIN O’Brien, in the Temple (having the Griffin, under- his command) being on a cruize to the Southward, in September l
13 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A B 10. Laft Tuefday arrived at Plymouth, the Fox and Peace cutters, having on board the baggage of

The A B 10. Laft Tuefday arrived at Plymouth, the Fox and Peace cutters, having on board the baggage of

the officers in the expedition fleet, which pafTed by that morning, and had a very fair wind to carry them clear off the channel.
13 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXPORTS and IMPORTS

EXPORTS and IMPORTS

ii. Friday various, merchandize, to the value of 1500 1. for Maryland, 564 cwt. of refined fugar for the Sound and Flanders, 1000 % and 12 cwt. wrought leather for the Weft-Indies, and 919 fluffs for the Sound, were entered for exportation and 154 cwb. butter, 160 barrels ol bee
13 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH CAPTURES.

BRITISH CAPTURES.

AN account has been received from' Mr. Coxon, conful at Alicanc, chat on the iQth or month, his Majelty's frigate the Favourite, Commanded capt. Pownal, took French privateer, called the St. Jofeph and St. Antoine, of guns and 85 men, commanded by Antoine Victoire. 2. A French p
30 March 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
B U R L E S CtU E

B U R L E S CtU E

U R L S TO leap this at Forglen in Banffjhire. was bought, laji Autumn, from the Earl of Aber-r deen. His Sire was the famous Horfe Little John, belongs ing to the Duke of Bolton. He is about fifteen hands high* handfome, frejh, in excellent Order, andfree of all Blemi- Jhes j-r-
20 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR, TAIT’s annual CONCERT of MUSICS, is to be held in theMa/on Hall upon Saturday next, the curt, to begin

MR, TAIT’s annual CONCERT of MUSICS, is to be held in theMa/on Hall upon Saturday next, the curt, to begin

precijdy at o’clock Mid-day. there are to Balls that E vening, the Concert ‘was fixed to the Forenoon, at the Defire of federal Laches.— Hand-Bills of the Mufick to be performed ‘will be printed, and difperfied in due ’Time.— 'Tickets may be had Mr. Tail’s Houfe in the at the Bo
20 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A Friday Poft. Arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, June 20. THE Y

The A Friday Poft. Arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, June 20. THE Y

write from Malta, that they had re" ceived advice from the French conful at Conftantinople, that the fleet fitting out there will confift of 18 capital (hips of war, 20 frigates,xebecs, cruifers, &c. and is to be commanded in chief by Haflen Dey, and the famous Pacha of Rhodes i
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH CAPTURE.

BRITISH CAPTURE.

THurfday laft was brought into Cowes a fmall French privateer of one gun, a nine pounder. and ten Iwivel guns, with 30 men, taken by one ( of our armed cutters. The Frenchman had been cut but 10 days from Dunkirk, when taking a fraall rdeen jou L, i floop, and her, the cutter, o
29 June 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland