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B E R D E E N J O U RNA t; i 7 « 4,'

B E R D E E N J O U RNA t; i 7 « 4,'

B E E E J U RNA i 7 « 4,' :s and Six mce each. Genoa, Dec. io.. Printed and fold James HOUSE Carpeaters, Wheel Wrights or Mafons, who incline to go abroad and fettle in Granada, on applying to Alexander Lumfden Advocate in Aberdeen, will meet wiih proper Encouragement. Dumestick
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Aberdeen

The Aberdeen

MON A December 1764. [Numb,. B*B6 - ./ '. J C WEDNESDAY POST. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES^ Arrived a Mailfrom Flanders, From the Englijh Papers, Deer. 20. NAVAL AFFAIRS. » er from Warfaw fay.ihat prince Czartov. ,r rinfki, who lately returned there from Berlin, ttom the Enghjh Papers
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN J O UR N AV,

The ABERDEEN J O UR N AV,

The ABERDEEN J UR N AV, ■To thi Tunter-jf ihe London Xdhmlde. SIR: . . . I T is curious rjbfervc the little artsirjpw' . , r live. Finding the 'approaching, arp tfiiir very forgotten, ihey were Under ceffitv of pubHfiiipg <ofrtething to refcue from total oblivion and papers affor
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABE Aildioriiy the Royal Patentr. following 'U{i)jr6ve<l Medicines, are faithfullT prepared, and* tJJ whoklalf,{iy OigEV, OIvELL, and Co. in

The ABE Aildioriiy the Royal Patentr. following 'U{i)jr6ve<l Medicines, are faithfullT prepared, and* tJJ whoklalf,{iy OigEV, OIvELL, and Co. in

LONDpSI. f, Health ot'the grejtelt Bindings that attend Manj/-\_ Icirii, (o we ihoulj be extremely careful to MpdKiutr. prepared Men of Fortune and Veracity, ta'hich always hav.s been to anfwer the great and good Dedgns the inventors; fuch Medicine is that Dr. EE’* PURGING ELIXI
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E E N JOURNAL, »7« but ajfo feyeral new articles the regency* extreijif ly beneficial to the trade of this

E E N JOURNAL, »7« but ajfo feyeral new articles the regency* extreijif ly beneficial to the trade of this

kingdom y 6ne of which is, that, for the future, no&itHh (hip is to pe fe|rched after producing regular paflport, on any account whatfoever. The frigates Phoenix, and Boreas, which were to join the (quadron in the Mediterranean, previous to the intended expedition to the coaft o
31 December 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Prices of Grain at Haddington, Dec 28

Prices of Grain at Haddington, Dec 28

Firft. Second. Third. Wheat \ 18s. 6d. j 17s. 6d. 16s. 8d Bear J 4 * -3 8 -3 0 Oats Jl-.6 11 8 10 o Peafe In 8 1 10 z 9 8 High Water at Leith. Moon's age. Moon fets. Mom. Even. H. M. H M. H. M. Wednefday In j 4 Mom. 2.9 I 10 18 I 10 45 Thurfdayi Ji_.{ 5 54 j1 1 10 [1 1 36
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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[Num. 6724] Edinburgh , Monday , December 3*. 1764.
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To the PRINTE R

To the PRINTE R

IT has been obferved, thai death lias, this year (perhaps more thnn any onii this century) been re-markably crue! to the great, the politic, the wife, the artful, lire benevolent, the witty, and rhe inr-. nious ; and To prove this aftertion, we infert the following catalogue : D
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ATo Mails this Poft.

ATo Mails this Poft.

A T o Mails this Poft. From the London Papers, Dec. if Rome, Nov. 28. Several quarters of the city, as well as the fiiburbs, have been for fonie days paft onder water, by the overflowing of the Tybcr. Stockholm, Nov. 23. According to letters from Skeletta, in the Weltern Bothnia,
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extraß or a letter from Lisbon, I\'ov. 10

Extraß or a letter from Lisbon, I\'ov. 10

?? One ol the chief oflicers of the ecuftoms, and the door-keeper ot ihe India-houfe, who had conni •yed at the introduction of prohibited goods and defrauding the King of his duties, liave been ar- rcfted and condemned to perpetual exile ; one to UTarzagam, and the other to Ang
31 December 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland