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ft being a received opinion-, that rtegrotts ind other

flaves become free the moment they embrace chriftianity ; and great inconveniences frequently arifing to mailers and fehlers in our colonies* from the prevalency of this opinion, we are glad we can refute fo vulgar an error by the authority of twd gentlemen, wls>fe knowledge thc
7 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH, Feb. 19

EDINBURGH, Feb. 19

10. Henry Trotter of Mortounhall, cfq; at Petetfburgh, the fccond of January laft. 11. On Monday laft, the lady Torphicher; was brought to bed of a fon Caldcr-houfe. FOREIGN NEWS. LONDON GAZETTE, Feb 15. Copenhagen, 'January OUR corrcfpondcnce is fo interrupted this ifland by th
21 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Monday Poft.

Monday Poft.

Arrived theMaik fromFranct, Holland and Flanders. NAVAL AFFAIRS. General Evening Post, Feb. 15. WE hear, there were no Britifli (hips admitted into the bay of Cadiz on the nth ult. no orders for that purpofe having been received from the court of Spain. A E R D E N: Printed and
21 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLE S.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLE S.

W hit e all Evening-Post, Jan. 27. THey write from Mofcdw of the 15th u't. that about 300,000 Roflcolfikes, a fe6l of here-* ticks, difllnting from the Ruffian eftablifhed Greek church, and who were a manner baniflied into Poland for their opinion, have petitioned the emprefs of
7 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

St. James’/ Evening Post, Feb. 10. SEveral letters by the laft Dutch mall alWt, that the French are making the neceflary difoofiti* ons lor quitting the territories of his Prulfian majefty, and that a convention is upon the carpet move all the difficulties that hitherto have int
21 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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lick tmjefty, notwiManding the capitulation. Wherefore his excellency the carl of Albemarle thinks it abfolutely neceffary to move the bifliop

lick tmjefty, notwiManding the capitulation. Wherefore his excellency the carl of Albemarle thinks it abfolutely neceffary to move the bifliop

from this Hland, and fend him to Florida in one of his Majefty’s Ihips of war, in order that the tranquillity of this city may be preferved between majeity’s old and new fubjedls, which the bi(h in a flagrant manner has endeavoured to interrupt, A His excclkncy, with great regre
14 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

General Evening Post, Feb. 17. The Marquis of Granby's letter of thanks to the Britijh forces in Germany. Munjler y T Ojrd Granby has hoped to have had Jan. 3i. 1 his power to have feen and taken his leave of. the troops before their embarkation for England but a fevere illnefs
28 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A B in her voyage from the coaft of Africa to America, the Amethyft, a French frigate, and carried

The A B in her voyage from the coaft of Africa to America, the Amethyft, a French frigate, and carried

into St. Domingo, is arrived at Port L’Oricnt, after a paffage of fifteen weeks : The Atnethyft, who failed with her, is put into Curacoa, having loft her cutwater. The Oroonoko in her paflage home took a (hip from Virginia bound to London, with 238 hogfheads of tobacco. 4. Thre
28 February 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To be L £ T T,

To be L £ T T,

To L £ T T, And Entered u}en lady Day next j Togetherer Separate ; ll'heul/sy in Oxftrd/ijtrc ; Fublick Houfc in f;ood Repair, ir'i good Convenience for to maile, if rccjiiii ctl, known the Si"n the )U1I; litujite in Middle of the Town, and has been occupied in ihl I’ubtick Bufui
12 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
GENIUS

GENIUS

ILL Cover Mares, at Mr. * Thomas Worley’*, Great Tew, near Wpodftock and Banbury, Three Guineas Mare, and Half a Crown the Servant, Alfo, The Strong High-bred Grey COTT, One Guinea a Marc, and Half-a-Crown the Servant. N. B. Good Grafs for Marc:, and proper Care. Hebtr. LOST, Tu
12 February 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England