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Tea It important ettecrsortne laei peace. 2. The Indians, at the late attack of our troops near Detroit, have difeovered

Tea It important ettecrsortne laei peace. 2. The Indians, at the late attack of our troops near Detroit, have difeovered

fo many military manoeuvres, that it remains part a doubt, that they have been, and ftill arc, inftrufted and fpirited up the French. One Joncaire, who was a great favourite with the Indians in general, and fpcaks all (heir languages, is ftill fufpe£led to be amongft private lit
31 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A B E R D E E N J 0 U R N A L, ,76 3:

The A B E R D E E N J 0 U R N A L, ,76 3:

The A E R E N N A L, , 7 6 3 : their inclinations or difpofitions otherwife may be. y. Letters from Bruflels fay, that prince Charles Lorraine will be a candidate for the crown of Poland. 8. We are allured, that on the advice of the death of the king of Poland in Holland, the "En
31 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L O N D O N.

L O N D O N.

O N O N. 16. lUs faid, that a judge’s warrant has been ferved againft governor J on account of his affair with Mr. B «, by which he will be obliged to rcraain in England longer than he expected. 17. It faid, the occafion of Meff. Wilkes and Churchill’s late journey to Stowe, was
31 October 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
.GW bags ani Jings, /reight on 3400 wt. at at. 2s. Six tubs brand' it 12s.

.GW bags ani Jings, /reight on 3400 wt. at at. 2s. Six tubs brand' it 12s.

.GW bags ani Jings, on 3400 wt. at at. 2s. Six tubs brand' andy, a To recover the money due on this invoice, it is faid, aftion is commenced in one of ih;; King’s courts at Weftminftcr, wherein the plaintiff cxpe&s a verdidl for his whole demand, with coifs of fuit, notwithftandi
14 November 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABE Antonio Barcelo, cofflpofed of four xebecks and 3 galliots, call anchor the bay on the 16th. This fquadron

The ABE Antonio Barcelo, cofflpofed of four xebecks and 3 galliots, call anchor the bay on the 16th. This fquadron

fired on party of Moors, who to the number of a thoufand men, were come with threi colours to poll thetnfclves at Jarara, and on the banks of the river pretty near the fortifications. The enemy fuffered much from the fire of the fquadron and one half of them took the refolution
14 November 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By Authority of the JCIN G’s Royal Patents,

By Authority of the JCIN G’s Royal Patents,

*rc.liUJUully prcpiror), and fold whole falc by DICEY, OKELL, and Co. in LONDQN. 1 \ S Health is one of the greateft Bleflings that attend M^nr XX kind, (houid be eictrrnjely careful purahafe kjedicines prepared Men of Fortune and Veracity, which always have been known anfwcr th
26 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH, D„ . , . XO. A letter from Dunveigan, mentions thelofsoft' Dunvcigun head, of two fifhing boats, part of

EDINBURGH, D„ . , . XO. A letter from Dunveigan, mentions thelofsoft' Dunvcigun head, of two fifhing boats, part of

200. employed in .he place. None of the crews are fcTved • ve^M. dMS ‘ave been' MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES L Genera/ Evening PoJ/, Deer. 20. Ethers from Francfort mention, that the img.ftrates of that city had contracted for a M^n er b rgeS T ° ns to ' g down the Mayn, and from feve
26 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"which lied previous to a duel that tween Mefirs. Mirtin and Wilkes. S I R, - appened be- AS you

"which lied previous to a duel that tween Mefirs. Mirtin and Wilkes. S I R, - appened be- AS you

were p’eafed left night to declare whoever was the author of the North-Britons, was an infamous malignant fcoundrel and coward, I do hereby acquaint you that whatever hints at your name in any of the North-Britons, I am the author leave you to make what ufe of it you think -prop
5 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
glifh, Youl, others. 4. Tlie original GODrREY’s General CORDIAL, - a one wmeft aniwen to its .Name, having general Tendency

glifh, Youl, others. 4. Tlie original GODrREY’s General CORDIAL, - a one wmeft aniwen to its .Name, having general Tendency

.1 curing many Difealcs ; particularly griping of the Guts, all Sens Fluxes and Loofen.-iles, Hic-cough, FJcurify, Calairafv, Defluxions Humours upon the Lungs, which tickling C.ugtit j and to correft or (lop the violent Working of any Vomit 01 P.upc whatfoever : This Cordial is
5 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

2. Mr. Wilkes was on Thurfday attacked with fome dangerous fymptoms, fuch as fhivering-fits, from which are apprehenfive that an abfeefs is forming, or elfc that it is the fore-runner of a mortification. 3. On Thurfday lad. Mr. fpeaker acquainted the houfe, that he had, in the c
5 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland