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London, June 4.

London, June 4.

This Dav Noon was performed before their Majefties, and the Royal Family, the Birth Day Ode, written William Whitehead El'q. Poet Lauieat, fet to Mulick Dr. Boyce, Mailer the King's Bind of Muficians The Vocal Parts by Mr. Beard, the Gentlemen and Children of of the Chapel Royal
9 June 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, June 4.

Bristol, June 4.

Arrived it the Hot-Wills.—The Lord Bifliop of Exeter, General Durore and Family, Major Sowle, Mr. and Mrs. Brownlow, Mr. and Mrs. Buller, Mr. and Mrs. Chetwynd, Mr. and Mrs. Pickfatt, Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Wigley, Mr. Mrs. and M.fs Leigh, Mr. Cockhurn, and Family,
9 June 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ths ABERDEEN JOURNAL.’ i

Ths ABERDEEN JOURNAL.’ i

Mr. Buff/, who lodged, before you in the fame ftrect, and perhaps in the fame houfe, is a very feft-' fiblc proof to you of the prote&ion which a ftranger receives from the laws. His prefence you know was very far from being agreeable yet he went wherever he plcafed, by day and
20 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A 176 f.

A 176 f.

A 176 articles t)f the of Frince.” £We could proceed farther with this but judge this a fufficient fpecimcn of the fpirit ihe French lawyers, who feem mean a good mote than they have exprejpd, and probably wool# aojurethe authority of the bifirop of Rome, had nert king 100,000 me
27 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
« H B JOtTRNAIi

« H B JOtTRNAIi

« 'The his pace of D. ifcmy this, oir my lord that, preftßning on fervices or not, (hall oppofc thcking and his mcafutes, becaufe they are no longer employed, *herc is their loyalty, I would aik, their fo much boafted loyalty ? Where is their affe&ion for him and his illiiftrious
6 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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27 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL^

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL^

cond > . 1.6 6. the Sad, and ten pence the Peck } the Sack contains t<wo Hundred and two Quarters, Britilh, which is thirty Jive Pecks. Bejl 'Jamaica Rum, at nine Shillings per Gallon, DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES. ■pHE treafurcr of our infirmary has received the *• following colle&ion
27 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

ADVERTISEMENTS. ALL thefe indebted to the deceafcd Alexander Keith Shipmrfler in Peterhead, are hereby defired to fay •i their Debts to Lieut. Alexander Keith in Peterhead, on, before the Day of "July next ; fuch neglefl this Intintaticrs, frojecuted 'without further Notice 'And
27 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The acquifttions, will, doubtlefs, be fo far neglciled, that our trade to the Mifliflippi may floutilh more than 3. The

The acquifttions, will, doubtlefs, be fo far neglciled, that our trade to the Mifliflippi may floutilh more than 3. The

French monarch, at the commencement of the late war, enjoyed an annual revenue of *97,924,130 livres, or about thirteen millions fterli:>g, the tallies, capitations,-free gifts, tenths, aids, gabelles, and other cafual revenues. The eicpcnces of the royal houfhold, maintenance o
13 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To be let and entered to any time before Martin

To be let and entered to any time before Martin

To be let and entered any time before Martin mas 1763, THe FARM of Mains BARR A, in the Parifh tf Bourty, lately occutied, in Virtue of a Liferent Tack, William Alexander, deceaft, confifhng of about 300 Scott Acres, all inclojed <with aJlone Fence andiuhere~ of about Acres arabl
13 June 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland