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:?: icts of Grain at Haodington, Sept is

:?: icts of Grain at Haodington, Sept is

?? icts of Grain at Haodington, Sept is li>d. Second. Tttird s- <i. s. d. s. J V»rheat | i 6 15 o J 14 0 i-> 6 ' l+ o ii 6 O.US j .* 6 J ti ol to « Pcafe i 1; 6 I n ol 14 Moon's age. Moor Wedrtefcfaj I r •; I 6 Evcn^ I "' o'l *
19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
London.

London.

5. We hear that feveral eminent merchants here have under confideration a plan for fettling an exchange between this city and that of Peterfbjurg an affair of the utmoft confequence fo the mercantile part of this kingdom in general. 6. Within this fhort time, great quantities of
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
foreign new s.

foreign new s.

LONDON GAZETTE, S<pt. Vo: Drefden, 'THE Ruffians are advanced far ai * Kami, a Cdnfidcrable town in Li- thuania but give out, that they are going to Kiow ; and pay ‘or all they take Berthty Augufi 30. M. d v Alemberl, the French academician, who has been fome months at Potzdam,
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Arrived a Mail ftoin Holland.

Arrived a Mail ftoin Holland.

From the London Papers, Sept le. ._ Stockholm, Aug. 2.6- -ej> Gt Englilh and Ruffian fillers having qusrrel- O led here, had a delperate batde, in which one F.uglifinnan v-askilled; whereuponthe^Muico- vites were committed to prifon. 1 Many of our Merchants could not efcape the
19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

4. The report current in town fince UiL total change in the B»niftry> appears have been e 1-
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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E R JOUR N A L, yet it will be long time before credit, the foul of commerce, is perfe&ly

E R JOUR N A L, yet it will be long time before credit, the foul of commerce, is perfe&ly

rc-eftabllflied. 2. It is faid in letters from Berlin, the Neu villcs would make it believed that their affairs are not dcfperafe, and that they fhall be able in Tome littlc'timc to make good their'engagemehts. They have wrote their creditors in that city, and pro-, bably to tho
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURG H.

EDINBURG H.

Extract of a letter from London, Sept iy. ?? This djy her Majefty made her appearance for the firft time in ihe dravving room at St. James Once Ihe has lain in, and received the compliments of the nobility, gentry, and foreign minifters, on tlie oc. cafi on. " The fine young Ele
19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
er in Peterhead.

er in Peterhead.

AS Mr. WILLIAM MURRAY has this Day opened School in the Exchequer Row, in the new Hou/e latch huilt john Taylor Advocate He propofes to teach Engltpj after the new Method, andlVriting and Arithmetick. Such as Are plea fed to farjour him with their Encouragement, may depend upon
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the Printer of the Public Ledger.

To the Printer of the Public Ledger.

SI X, IN your paper of Wednefday Jaft, I faw a letter ligned Julius, vindicating the behaviour of Mr. Wilkes, in relation to the challenge given bim at Paris by Capt. Forbes. Far be it from me, to let up as an advocate for duelling, or to undertake the de-fence of any action rep
19 September 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
three .men of war and two frigates, which are to fail with the Six Corps and the Diligent of 74

three .men of war and two frigates, which are to fail with the Six Corps and the Diligent of 74

guns each, but where deftined is not known, though fuppofed for the coaft Africa. Another fhip is going to be built in the dock from whence the Union of 4 guns was launched a few days fince The artificers here are as though it were war, and, they fay in a little time they ftull
19 September 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland