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A cafe humbly offered to the consideration of parliament.

A cafe humbly offered to the consideration of parliament.

A ca humbly offered to the consideration of parliament. HE many unlawful, arbitrary, cruel, and opprellive adts, which for fome | e ars paft have been committed in places "fnerally called Private Mad-houses, Which the fulleft and cleareft proof given, call aloud, is humbly Emitte
3 January 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Let thefe unpolilh'J lines, st leaft, impart The tender feelings of one penfive heart; willing fuftrage give to worth approv'd.

Let thefe unpolilh'J lines, st leaft, impart The tender feelings of one penfive heart; willing fuftrage give to worth approv'd.

And hail the mem'ry the man he lov'd. 0 the rough feas, tho' b;ed, and early there, Gent'e his manners, ftridf his moraU were; In relative and focial life ne, Nor one good office ever left undone, Well-natur*d, fprightly, affable, and free, Scarce difcompos'd even in advetfity;
3 January 1763 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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24 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the P R I N T E R.

To the P R I N T E R.

To the R I N T E R. I R, New-Faftory, Jan. 7th 176}. beg leave, meanrofyaurpafer, teranlr.d my cujlom ers re/olution, formerly advertifed, not'io fill e/ry per feu -without ready money. Tet I find upon balancing (nffy books* y\f December I of* above feventePn hundred piundi -fefl
17 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
s-; day nij in failed i and th and w when driven bea>. any !a the C.j ed the fine

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war, vonfhil her gui ivav fo on. I vraa o foui'ul w.ih fi They that w : v. hav gone f' fieet, i are i./ cedar' and ii would tl.ince ton. 5 Extra.
17 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wednefday B©ft. Arrived a mail from FRANCE.- N A V L F FAIRS. Whitehall Evening-Post, Dec. 23. ONSIEUR Bompart with

Wednefday B©ft. Arrived a mail from FRANCE.- N A V L F FAIRS. Whitehall Evening-Post, Dec. 23. ONSIEUR Bompart with

11 fail of the line, two frigates, and chebecks, is lately arrived at Toulon, after an Idle parade on the coafts of Sardinia,. Tunis, and Malta, of months, without taking a Nov, 16. Lieut. Salvert of the reuch tngate L’Uueau, the chevalier de Modene, commander, is arrived here w
3 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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3 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
cle bad raafon thd* Mnfidenee mifplaced in Mr.Pitj; ♦they bad experienced his hopefty, and found him neither infhienc«d lucrative nor

cle bad raafon thd* Mnfidenee mifplaced in Mr.Pitj; ♦they bad experienced his hopefty, and found him neither infhienc«d lucrative nor

ambitious views', ever fteadily putfuiog their and Vgerly/eizing every opportunity .to gra.. tify their wifhes, and.pfeferve knew was his only and would carry hitn through every meafure forhumbling the enemy, with fuccefs. Thus did one man alone changd the face of ithirs in.the
3 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN. ADVERTISEMENTS. A Port Chaifc, Iwo cor. [ideroily nuorti, to be fold very cheap. Enquire at James Moir at Mains

ABERDEEN. ADVERTISEMENTS. A Port Chaifc, Iwo cor. [ideroily nuorti, to be fold very cheap. Enquire at James Moir at Mains

of Ketttnay. AS the fack of the Lands Links field expires Whitfunday next, when Mr. and hit Subtenants remove, the whole Lands are to be fet for Tears, by James Robertfon of Bijhopmiln, in 'ivhole tri Parcels Tenants offer. It Jets at prefent for Ito Bolls ; but it is very impro
31 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

St. James’* Evening'Post, Dtcr. 30. AS the Spanifli and French troops have intirely quitted Portugal, through the power of the court of Great Britain, and as the rancour of the Porutguefe exceedingly heightned againft the French and the Spaniards, now furely is the time for efta
10 January 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland