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By ADJOURNMENT.

By ADJOURNMENT.

ADJOURNMENT. THAT on Thur/Jay, the zzd Day of December curt, hetiuixt 3 and o'clock Afternoon, out thin the Houfe of 'lames Sheriffs Vintner in Aberdeen, there will be/et in Tack, by publick Roup, One Eighth Share the Cruive-fjhing on Don, for nine Years and as many Seafons of Fi
12 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THAT upon Friday the twenty third Day of D enter curt, there is to expefed to Sale by pul ':

THAT upon Friday the twenty third Day of D enter curt, there is to expefed to Sale by pul ':

?- luatary Roup, within the Iloufe of Archibald Crm'.l Vintner in Aberdeen, betwixt the Hours of three and four o'clock in the Afternoon, all and haill, the Lends and h d.i s ofEffte lying within the united Parijhes of Rhyme and Rfie, and Shire of Aberdeen, comprehending the Plo
19 December 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRICES of STOCKS'oh 'Tuefday laft.

PRICES of STOCKS'oh 'Tuefday laft.

PRICES of STOCKS' oh 'Tuefday laft. Bank Stock, 111 1 -half a 3 -4ths. India ditto, 1 . South- fea ditto, -< — . Three per cent Bank Ann. red. 83 ?? a 3-Aths. Ditto confol. fhut.. Three per cent, ditto 1 726*, fhut. Three 1 half percent, ditto, 1756, — — . Ditto 1778, — — . Four
16 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N, Dec. to.

L 0 N D 0 N, Dec. to.

The King of Pruffia has ordered the Turkifh Am- baflador and his Retinue to be furnifhed every Day, at the Expence of the Court, with the following Pro- vifions and NeceiTaries for their Subfiftence.'viz. 20 Pounds of Beef, 100 Pounds wt. of Mutton, one Calf, 100 Pounds of Rice,
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
U&etineWg p©B>C.

U&etineWg p©B>C.

From LLOYD'S British Chronicle, Dec. tu< L 0 N D 0 N t bee. it. Genuine Paper's, containing the authentic Account of the late Attempt on Mr- Wilkes's Life inhis own Houfe. ?? I OHN WILKES, of Aylesbury, in Bench. 5 J the County of Bucks, Efq; Mat- thew Brown, Servant to the faid
9 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
daturtoif'si P®&s*

daturtoif'si P®&s*

Vo the PRINTER. SIR, HS the War is now at an eiid, I would pens, on both fides the qUeftion, as lubjedts of one gracious Ring, by their joint endeavours, to form thole brave fellows, who have fuf- fered for the honour of our coun- try, may be provided for in fome mcalure adequat
31 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extrai ofabetter from Amfterdam, Dec. 21.

Extrai ofabetter from Amfterdam, Dec. 21.

Extrai of abetter from Amfterdam, Dec. 21. ' It is certain that fome Powers have taken Um- brage at the Conduft of the Ring of PrufTta, which' may poffibly give Occafion to a new Alliance and a Change of Syftem. It is apprehended here that the Body of Pruffians who are marching t
31 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

New York, 08. ta,; From Sir William Johnfon's Intelligence, we have Reafon to expeft great Trouble too near this City, in a very little Time, by means ofthe Indians ; and what confirms this Opinion is, that Orders are a&ually fent for the Militia, within 80 or 190 Miles of this
23 December 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMERICA-

AMERICA-

..Charlei-Tevm, Off. 12. On the 4th iml. a -white man ' arrived from the Upper Creek country, in fix daye, at Augufta', and brjngs account that the Wolf King, of Jttfalkfle, and* about 30 other Upper Creeks, with Mr. Germany and two other traders, are gone to Penfacola, with int
20 December 1763 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A Man is never lefs alone than when alone. THE Motto which I have rhofe as proper for this Eflay,

A Man is never lefs alone than when alone. THE Motto which I have rhofe as proper for this Eflay,

is a Maxim which very few our modern Fine Gentlemen and Ladies may approve of but (hudder at the Doftrine, when I acquaint them it Was the Saying of very eminent Philofopher, That a Man never lefs alone alone. As much a Paradox as it m3y firft feem, the Truth of it will evidentl
22 December 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England