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IJ+ The A B E E E N J OURN A L, thofc who’ infifled for peace, were the duke

IJ+ The A B E E E N J OURN A L, thofc who’ infifled for peace, were the duke

of .or, Ncwcaftle, the duke Bedford, the earl of Hall- BOOK-KEEPING made Eafy. fax, the earl of Hardwicke, and Lord Mansfield Being a cotnpleat praflical Treatife MERCHANTS AC- On the Other fide, were, the Earl of Bute, Vifcount COUNTS, after the moft approved Method. Wherein al
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL,

6 train of artillery from that place} but that not withftanding the advantage of his fituation, Mefl. de Butterlin and Laudohn were making their difpofitions for a general attack : fo that we are very impatient know whether this attack has talcen place tor if the enemy-has drawn
28 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The greqit aftions, welcome to the inhabitants -of this kingdom. -1- •-r•-f • -f • ! •H- • • -1~

The greqit aftions, welcome to the inhabitants -of this kingdom. -1- •-r•-f • -f • ! •H- • • -1~

• -H® -i Friday Poft. Arrived a Mail from Holland. NAVAL AFFAIRS. London Gazette, Sept. 5. ' Admiralty-office, 1 Charles Saunders, com- Sept. 3. mander in chief of his Majefty’s fhips in the Mediterrane' an. gives an account, his letter dated In Gibral'' car bay the 2.6 th of Ju
14 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extract of it letter from the kingdom of Bengal, dated Dec. 1 8, 1760, ivhich the Amfterdam Gazette fays the French India company have received. M You have undoubtedly heard that Mr. Law has determined to follow the fortune of the Prince, el- deft fon of the King who reigned in
14 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Orkney lift of /hipping.

Orkney lift of /hipping.

Auguft 24. In Stromnefs harbour, the King George of and for New-York, Shand, from Amfter- dam; the Friendfhip from Frafersburgh, Craig, for the Highlands ,- the Bctfey of and from Leith, A- lexander, for Quebec; the Concord of and from Greenock, Rodgers, for Leith ; the Black of
5 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FIFE SHIRE.

FIFE SHIRE.

James Smart and James ? „. , Grant in Company S 6l « Auchteruerran £. 2 9 6 James Reddie Kirktown of Beath Beath 3 18 o JohnWifliart Drumtenant Colleilfe 3 OO 0 George Grundifton Iladelerinch ditto 2 2 0 David Hardie lnchmahiil ditto Oil 0 Thomas Miller Shleils ditto 2 00 6 Thom
5 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the Author of the London Chron icie.

To the Author of the London Chron icie.

S I R, Bept. io, 176r. IWAS this day at the Exchange, and found an univeifal uneahnefs, on account of a re- port that our minillry had agreed to give the French leave to fifh on the banks of New- foundland and Nova Scotia, and had aliow- thcm the ifle of Sable to dry their fifh
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
High water at Leith

High water at Leith

Mcon rifes.] Morn. Even. Moon's age.- H. M. H. M. H. M. Wednefday 125 00 Morn. 00 ) 9 13 I 9 44 Thurfday 1 2.6, 00 41 10 14 jlO 45
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
}i DINBURGH: Printed for ard by Walter Rupdiman, John Richardson and Company and fold at their Printing-houfe in the Parliarnent-ciofc

}i DINBURGH: Printed for ard by Walter Rupdiman, John Richardson and Company and fold at their Printing-houfe in the Parliarnent-ciofc

; wlx c Adrocriiicmaas and Subfcriptitms arc taken io-
7 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from a gentleman in the Ifland.of Guernfey, Auguft 18.

Extract of a letter from a gentleman in the Ifland.of Guernfey, Auguft 18.

Extract of a letter from a gentleman in the Ifland of Guernfey, Auguft 18. ** We have now again begun to act upon the offenfive as onr fears of an invafion from the French are over, who we expected would have paid us a vifit'i we begin therefore now to fend out our cruizers, who
2 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland