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E E E N J O R N A L, remarkable military fpirit difFufes itfelf there among all the people,

E E E N J O R N A L, remarkable military fpirit difFufes itfelf there among all the people,

infomuch that the very tradefmen and merchants, down to the lowed: artificers, are forming themfelves into regular bodies, which are daily exercifed by fome of the Englilh ferjeants. A young gentlemen of fortune alfo have embodied th'cmfelves, and are provided with horfes and ac
7 June 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
■352.

■352.

were a£lually embarking, in order to return to Ruffia, when the laft letters came from thence ; but • Ruilian troops which are in of Pruflia, have as yet received orders to evacuate that country. ABERDEEN.
30 August 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Two Volumes Q U A R TO.

Two Volumes Q U A R TO.

The PRACTICAL PREACHER, conftfting offeUa T). '-urfes, from the Works the mofl eminent Writers, 'with Forms of Devotion for the Ufe of Families, Four Volumes OCTAVO. RESIGN ATION In two Parts ; and a Poflfcript Mrs. ******* By Ir. YO U N Q, Author of the Night Thoughts. NIGH THO
26 July 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By ADJOURNMENT.

By ADJOURNMENT.

f' ''Hat there are to be fet public Roup, within the Houle of ohn Bruce Hintner Banff, on Tuefday the \tyth of September next, the Salmon fijh ugs belonging io the Right Honour able Lord Hi fount Macduff, on the River Diver on, prejently p by William Lefie of Mrcfs and Partners,
16 August 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E DINBURGH, Augu/1 2.

E DINBURGH, Augu/1 2.

15. This day was read the crofs, by the heralds in their robe*, with the ufual formalities, his Vl.ijcfty’s royal proclamation, appointing the diitributionof prizes taken, and the bounty for taking or ddlroying fhips of war or privateers of the enemy, from the lime of his Majeft
9 August 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
6 2', 2. The differences betweenßuflU and Denmark have been of fo long Handing, and are brought fuch crifis, as

6 2', 2. The differences betweenßuflU and Denmark have been of fo long Handing, and are brought fuch crifis, as

to feem productive of a new war in. the north, though the whole territory in difputc, is not worth above 22,000!. year fterling. 3. The Ruffian Coflacks and Tartars, who* for four years paft, have been plundering the fubjech of his Pruffiali majefty, and even ravaged his capital
2 August 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

O N O N. g. If we may believe letters from Paris, there is certain!'/ negotiation the carpet, between the courts of Verfailles and London, The people Paris far as to name des Bordes to their plenipotentiary to manage this defirable afFair the court of England. xo. Nothing is more
2 August 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
R D E E N 1762.

R D E E N 1762.

D E E N 1762. were both taken off Cape Finvfterre, by a French privateer, and fmce arrived at Briftot, having been retaken by the King George privateer of that port. The privateer was left in chace the Frenchman. and commanded to revenge the wrongs of Britain ? N. B. Our forces c
2 August 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

ADVER riSBVIRNTTS London, Anguft 24th 1762. Di;d:c?ted the BRITISH SEN iE. On Monday July the 19th, was puhlifhcd, No. I. on the 26th, No. 11. Align!) (he 2d, No. IK. the gdi. No. IV. the No. V. and on Monday laft No. VI "(To be regularly continued every month) OF THE Weekly Mag
6 September 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MOND A Y, September 27, 1762.

MOND A Y, September 27, 1762.

Sjrouii'Jlefs and unjud war declared againft us by Spain, gives us a fair title indemnification at her cc.ft for there will never end of injufficc, if the aggreffor fliould always triumph, either in his fucccfs, or in efcaping with impunity. But what meafurcs can we take to puni
27 September 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland