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LONDON, Aug 9.

LONDON, Aug 9.

Extra,! of j Letter from Paris, Augufl 2. Oidinance daily cxp-ftcd for fendi Back to Arne" rica, and dilhibuting in our differin' Colonics, all the Negroe* that arc in Fiance. The defign this is to prevent the Breed* from eroding. This Regards only the African Negroes; thof« of
16 August 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Thusday's and Sunday's Posts.

Thusday's and Sunday's Posts.

tHe Gtinino-Posts, Daiit P*p*as, A«g. i». r'ivtd the Mathfrom Hollanp, K*a»c* and Lucca, Jafy 16. IT reported that * will be held in fomc Town of Tufcanv between the Prince of Lichtenftem toe one Part the Empreror and Emprefs Queen, the Lieut. Gen Chevalier de Muy on the Part ot
16 August 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Lett, and enter'd on immediately, A Farm, foliate in Brougton, near Mine heller, late Mr. James Mofs’s, deceas’d, containing 24

Lett, and enter'd on immediately, A Farm, foliate in Brougton, near Mine heller, late Mr. James Mofs’s, deceas’d, containing 24

Acres of Land, with all the Stork and Houflioid Goods to be Sold. For Particulars Enquire of the Rev. Mr. James Bern, Blakley. A Young Man, well qualified in Accompts, and the Manufacturing Bufinds and of a good Character, Wants a Place. would agree very reafonable Terms. Enquir
16 August 1763 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The ABERDEEN J O N A ~ ■ . . and ft, Tran, t~T* Here to be fold without Rf/erve,

The ABERDEEN J O N A ~ ■ . . and ft, Tran, t~T* Here to be fold without Rf/erve,

ly public k Roup J 'in Elfin, . at Haddo~hvufe, Friday the igih of Augufi next, Cli Stuart tj'Feftnurh ,-the Earl s Fad or tn , th f Me belonging to the Earl of Aberdeen, confiftthe Articles of Koup. J id j evm f rom four to two Tears old: the above Colts and Fillies are jlrong,
1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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1 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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LONDON.

LONDON.

12. We hear from Paris, a few weeks ago, as remarkable an inftance ot Englifh oeconomy tx* hibited here by noble petfonage, as perhaps ever you heard o( ; it is as follows : his fon being at the opera, was charmed with the agility and perfon of one of our opera-dancers, whom he
15 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
genteel fortune. his Majelty’s Ihips Active and Favourite, has duccd, clear of all charges, 5 19,705!. which has been diftiibuted

genteel fortune. his Majelty’s Ihips Active and Favourite, has duccd, clear of all charges, 5 19,705!. which has been diftiibuted

as toliowa : To the admiral and commodore, 64,963!. flute ; To the Captain, 65,963!. To three commiflion officers, 13,004! each 39,014! To eight warrant officers, at 18061. each is 34,689! To twenty petty officers, at 18061 each, is 30,130!. And 158 feaoien, &c. 31485!. each, is
22 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Pojt, Aug. 13. rHERE are feveral letters which inform us ot confpiracy againft the emprefs of

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. General Evening Pojt, Aug. 13. rHERE are feveral letters which inform us ot confpiracy againft the emprefs of

Ruffia, which had been difcovered'at Peterlburgh. There are no particulars, only the leading perfons in it arc
22 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
[Numb. 813.]

[Numb. 813.]

of Saxony, relative to Courland. This, however, is but conjc&ure. Mean while (according to thefe letters, the precautions that are taking by different courts, difeover an appreherifioiT of a ftorm gathering. His Pruflian majefty, on one hand, is aug*. menting the regiments which
8 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A «n from then* retained the fame means. moreover -known, beyond all doubt, that marauders, ought to abandoned to

The A «n from then* retained the fame means. moreover -known, beyond all doubt, that marauders, ought to abandoned to

the purfuit and the vengeance of the Poles, under the name and uniform of Ptuffian troops, a part of the dtforders complained of. that, as no-body can attribute to the king the irregularities committed Poland by fome of •bis fubje&s, irregularities which his majefty has "Carufed
8 August 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland