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THE SeJJion of King's College begins upon the fir ft Monday oft filo’vember, ’when the Burftars are required to attend.

THE SeJJion of King's College begins upon the fir ft Monday oft filo’vember, ’when the Burftars are required to attend.

They who do not attend punctually, will he liable to the ufual Penalties. The Competition for Bur- Juries will be the laft Monday of October. The Candidates are defired to bring Certificates of their moral ■Character.
21 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

fN'o in the Gazette.] I, N O K, Sept. 19. The fieiheft from fay, that the King fop Arm;/ in the Neighbourhood and well provided with artillery, that notwithstanding two not to think making him in hi 3 Intrei.c rnent?, Carter!in h ely declined it. The a;my after all of more than
21 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ADVERT! SEMENTS. ¥0 he fold by pulluk Roup, in the Exchange Coffee-houfe of Aberdeen, upon Monday the zitb September curt,

ADVERT! SEMENTS. ¥0 he fold by pulluk Roup, in the Exchange Coffee-houfe of Aberdeen, upon Monday the zitb September curt,

at three o' Clock Afternoon, THat Tenement of Land, lying the Weft-Jide of the Shipra-w in Aberdeen, with the Garden, prefently poffeft by William Baxter the Proprietor. the Ground- Flat, there are, a large Kitchen and three Cellars, with a large Clofe backward, containing a Bre
21 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH CAPTURES.

BRITISH CAPTURES.

THE French (hips of the captains Arnold and Lorenfo, from Portmahon.; Pelanque* from Cette; Dumas, for Marfeilles ; and Arnould from Villa Franca, are taken by our cruizers the Mediterranean, and carried into Leghorn. Admlra'ty - Office, Sept. 8. His Majefty’s fhip Danac command
21 September 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Form the St. James's C'vmicle, Sept. ic.

Form the St. James's C'vmicle, Sept. ic.

Extra ft of a letter from Ed- 'iburgh, /fagmfl <$t . " Mr. Sheridan, who has heen reading lectures here on elocution a.nd the Engiifh Tongue) is the common topic of converfation. His fuccefs his b-:en very extraordinary ; above 350 attended h's firit courie at a guinea e.ieh ; n
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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From the London Papers, Sept. 15.

From the London Papers, Sept. 15.

Vienna, Aug. 21. We -are at prefeiit but too much convinced that there nre traitors either in our army in Silefia, orin that ofthe Ruffians, who inform the King of Pruffia of every blow that is meditated againft him. The affair ofthe r jth, of which the Court received notice on
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
1 EDINBURGH.

1 EDINBURGH.

Extraft ofa letter from London, Sept. 17. « Yefterday was a very grand Privy Ccuncii, at which were prefent all the Privy Counfellors in and near the city: They had under conlideration, the final propofitions from the courtl of France in relation to peace. After great debates, t
21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

St James's, Sept. 14. This Day the ght Hon. Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons the of London, in Common Council aliembied, waited on his and being introduced by his race the Duke Devonshire, made their in the following Addrds, which was (*i, Wil.iam Ivioreton, Knight, and Recorde
21 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Rdinburghy Monday Sept ember 21, 1761. [Num. 6 20 2-] [ 449 1

Rdinburghy Monday Sept ember 21, 1761. [Num. 6 20 2-] [ 449 1

21 September 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

L O N O N, Sept. 17. write from Hanover of (he Bch Inftan", that two Regiments from that Gamion marched very privarjy 'he night reinforce Gen. Luckner's Troops before could join them, they were French, and obilled retreat ■ tli • rchv K>ls- Letters the are in •: 11 I' Couriers b
21 September 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England