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To be Jcld by 'Private Bargain,

To be Jcld by 'Private Bargain,

be Jcld 'Private Bargain, THE Croft Hardvueard, Hou/es, Yard and Pertinent j, lying the South-fide the Denburn of A ■iereLtn, oppofite tor Gilcomfton yielding about f. B R Printed and fold James Chalmers/ [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]
22 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Monday Pod:.

Monday Pod:.

Arrived the Mails from France Flanders and Holland' NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Fojl, July 26. THEY wiite from Malaga of the 14th inft. that the Tangier row-boats had taken and carried into Tangier a Dutch dogger, with corn from Holland, for Genoa and Leghorn, ; and a Scots f
1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
congj jpofrd emb< with i

congj jpofrd emb< with i

1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

26 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRIDAY POST. Arrived the Mails from France, Flanders and Hoi NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening PoJi Sept. 24. party of Indians

FRIDAY POST. Arrived the Mails from France, Flanders and Hoi NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening PoJi Sept. 24. party of Indians

having gone upon a grand hunt' match to the Northward, and not having returned according to the time limited, by fome weeks, fome villainous French emifTaries had taken that opportunity to iniinuate that the faid party had been fufprized by the Engllfb, and made flavcs of in the
3 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the the and conflitutlon of this city, incapable either to e!e£f, or be elefted into any office of rtiagiftracy within

the the and conflitutlon of this city, incapable either to e!e£f, or be elefted into any office of rtiagiftracy within

the fame we therefoee do proteft, that thefe to wit, George Drummond, efq one of of Cxcife, Mr David Flint fecretary to the tmftees for fifheties and manufac tures, and [Wr John Nifbet, general fupervifor of the fait dtities, fkalt neither be allowed to vote in this eleflion, no
10 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
7 3- The remainder which were chiefly bought By the French fubjeds, are intended to be made ufe of in

7 3- The remainder which were chiefly bought By the French fubjeds, are intended to be made ufe of in

the navigation of the River Seine. They fold from 750 to aooo livres each. 3. is faid a captain, feme time fince in the India trade, has found out a method to work a fhip in ever fo dead a calm, and with very little labour to the men, which intends fhonly to lay open to the publ
10 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, OSioier qi, 1763.

MONDAY, OSioier qi, 1763.

MONDAY, OSioier 1763. WEDNESDAY POST. Flo Foreign Mails this Poji. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Pojl, O&r. 20. Merchant at Quebec writes thus to a friend in London : I have eftablifhed warehoufes at Trois-rivieres and Montreal, well ftocked with every ufeful and rfeceffary comm
31 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
,f and j be infarm- good ] ail koow a day ; com i' -t--inftcad of auld h..v<; he French

,f and j be infarm- good ] ail koow a day ; com i' -t--inftcad of auld h..v<; he French

Cuiicue, c', it docs lor who is was to be inhabi- a put been bett i.f Dunbf lI.VI AN. C E. r for ■> chance ry likely and the 'land laft his infe- ißonly thi s at half an been insought cf
31 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RDEEN JOURNAL, i defended it, and fired upon them, by whkh one man was killed, and feveral wounded Theboundaries being

RDEEN JOURNAL, i defended it, and fired upon them, by whkh one man was killed, and feveral wounded Theboundaries being

examined into, ground on which chat bank was made, being found the king oi Pruffia, a command of foldierr was Pent from Mmdcn, who rafed -md demolifhed it, and carried oft' the dead body to Wehdam, and buried it, and the party of foldiers returned to Minden. They write from Hamb
14 November 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland