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BERDEEN JOURNAL,

BERDEEN JOURNAL,

dition. And there is a convenient Yard before it indofed, fit for Hog ard, and a Stream of Water running through it, and fine Spring-well adjoining to it. There are aifo a great Number of Calks, &c. fit for carrying on the Work. And there are about three Acres of good Land round
25 January 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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CLOTH for this Field taken in by MfJTrs. Brown and Thorburn, Manufaßurers in Keith ; /if,'-', fhomas Anderfon Manufafiurer at Bellinlom Mr. John Monro Merchant in Banff Mr. Thomas Manser Merchant in Furreff ; Mr. John Falconer jnnr. Mtrch ant in Nairn ; Mr. Duncan Grant Manufaßu
15 February 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
2i6 for the Encouragement offuch as incline to take and improve the fame ; and the Plan of the Seat

2i6 for the Encouragement offuch as incline to take and improve the fame ; and the Plan of the Seat

own Lands of Banff,, •which ly adjoining to the Harbour of faid Burgh being now fmjhed, and proper Streets laid out in the IVay it is to be fued off for building Houfesh The faid Plan, with the Conditions of feuing, are lodged with, and to be feen in the Hands of William Alexand
15 February 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISE M£N VS

ADVERTISE M£N VS

ADVERTISE M£N Loch-head, March nd, JAMES JOHNSTON, Bleacher at Loch-head, within half a Mile of Aberdeen, is to lay down Cloth to bleach on the March precifely, if the Weather will permit. He has laid down Thread Stockings, already. Therefore, all who are to employ him in the Ble
5 April 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL.

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL.

twelve o'clock Forenoon, the faid fifteenth of April j and entreating the fevcral Overfeersto have their Reports and Accompts ready for pafliag in Terms of the Order of the General Meeting. Geo. Middleton, Conveener. THat upon Saturday next, the 10th April curt, gt o’clock After
5 April 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
7 6 tation of our newly conquered ifland Marhnioo, with the Britifh fleet riding in triumph round it , and

7 6 tation of our newly conquered ifland Marhnioo, with the Britifh fleet riding in triumph round it , and

at one end, a large man of war compleai and armed, all in paftry, with Touch* of the iame materials, pulled off in reverence to the Britifh flag. The firft courfe at dinner, confided of fix hundred covered difhes from the kitchen a lone, exclufive of the paftries and other eatab
26 April 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
17^2. g Corke April 5. I aft week was committed the county goal Dennis Conner comber of alley» as- adjutant

17^2. g Corke April 5. I aft week was committed the county goal Dennis Conner comber of alley» as- adjutant

tothe while boys; and onSaiurday ■ m<)re were imprifoned here, and this da\ fixteen of thefe noters(one of whom is faid to be a captain a id a man of fome property) were brought to cnwit rom Lifmore and Tallow, under a ftrong guard. We are in hourly expectation-of more theft* le
26 April 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
[Numb. 749.

[Numb. 749.

VVcdnefday Poft;. cnce things in this part of the world, and the Spaniards may wifh they had remained neuter too, and perhaps may be afraid our invading them through this country, if the war continues long. But, war or peace, lome few thoufands of men, and eight or ten of our fh
17 May 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CAPTURES. From the F E N C H. French polacre worth 5000 1. fterling, bound from Marfeilles, is taken in

CAPTURES. From the F E N C H. French polacre worth 5000 1. fterling, bound from Marfeilles, is taken in

the Weft-Indies by the bally, capt. Thompfcn, a letter of marque, belonging to Lancafter, arteran engagement of two hours, in which the Sally had one man killed, and three wounded, and carried her into Guadaloupe. 2. The Polly, from New York for London, is -arrived at Plymouth,
17 May 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, May 17, 1762.

MONDAY, May 17, 1762.

17 May 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland