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LONDON.

LONDON.

7 On Tuefday, terrible fray happened in Cdvent-Garden : It began about two in the afternoon by fome Irifh chairmen, who being Aufhed with liquor,quarrelled with fome failors ; and one of the chairmen challenged to fight the beft man oti the fpot. A little tar accepted the challe
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"Wiffw of the a’, his - the t, al - txaft. re,ana ires of. n!ar 'es to 'nace vhom war.

"Wiffw of the a’, his - the t, al - txaft. re,ana ires of. n!ar 'es to 'nace vhom war.

28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A M ERIC A.

A M ERIC A.

Jjofton in New England, Feb. 3, g*y ATUR-_>-- V laft arrived here C_.pt. Dodge, I. j n but 1 S days from t.ie Havannah, on the Hhnd of Cuba ; by whom we hear, that L_> is a plenty of every article carried to . market, by wiiich, ar.cl by the Impofition on j e many will fu Ter :
28 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E O /NBU R GH: Printed for and hy Walter Euddim.n, John Richardson and Comp arid fold at their Pi

E O /NBU R GH: Printed for and hy Walter Euddim.n, John Richardson and Comp arid fold at their Pi

inting-houfe ia the Parliamenr-c]o r e ; where Adver: ijln: cut i end Subfirifithns .ire taken
28 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
jud publifiied, Price bound 1 s.

jud publifiied, Price bound 1 s.

Sc!d by Mr. Tbomfon in Aberdeen, (EmbeUiped with an emb e-nalieal Frontijp’cce, andfundry new and curious Copper-plate Cuts, deftgned and executed by the hefi Hands, reprefer.ftng fuch Vices as Children are ft addiped to, and fuch Virtues pould be firf inculcated, and ecndd ft r
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Mature foever they be, as well as.all demands of re■craits, pioneers, waggons, horfes, and in general the, things furnifhed upon

Mature foever they be, as well as.all demands of re■craits, pioneers, waggons, horfes, and in general the, things furnifhed upon

account of war, (hall ceafe from ihc day of the {ignatu;e of the prefent treaty, I a«,.J every thing that (hall be exacted, taken or re |ce ml, after this epoch, fhall bereftored punctually, r«nd without delay, •. Each party (hall renounce all arrears whatfoever cotnribuiions an
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
5 , Brazils part of w.?r 6. capt. l ifbon, 7. Thi der, .nd driven crew took the bar of

5 , Brazils part of w.?r 6. capt. l ifbon, 7. Thi der, .nd driven crew took the bar of

one off Viana. 8. The from the Jirffro Jof deaux to board. 'l* 9, Ira carry ov*( 10. 1 put in cor fhip, >vhi< a!, It. vv will be ca will be a Table nun ors, now confidcra of proi thinkingl for (ui it rr.u being inottal er common
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADJOURN MEN T. HAT Monday the nth of April ntxt, 'within the Houfe of Archibald Campbellll'intner Aber. deen, there is

ADJOURN MEN T. HAT Monday the nth of April ntxt, 'within the Houfe of Archibald Campbellll'intner Aber. deen, there is

to be e.rpofed to Sale, by pubtick Rot/p, that Tenement of Land, the Eajl Side of the Rroadgate Oj Aberdeen, belonging to James Leipcr Merchant. The Articles of Sale, and Progrejs of I frits, to he feat in the Hands of William Thom, Advocate Aberdeen. The Time of the Roup to be
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extrafl of a letter from Paris, Mcrch 4. « Great numbers of the curious flock daily to fee an allegorical pi<_hi.eof the virtues, whicii ferves to form a portrait of the King, by Anwdeus Van- loo. To the naked eye, this pi-lure prefents only an afiemblage of the virtues which co
28 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I meddling with it, they let lief go. It was too dark jive * defeription of them : She could

I meddling with it, they let lief go. It was too dark jive * defeription of them : She could

only obferve they were not * . The fame evening, a difeharged foldier of vaai attacked, near Nairn, by three ftout fellows drefled like failovs, who robbed him of fourteen fiiillings, his regimental coat, ?r.d linens; and left him tied neck and heel. An hour or two befc-i 11' th
28 March 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland