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EDINBUR G H.

EDINBUR G H.

Extract of a letter from London, Feb. i - -" This morning a motion being made, Whe- ther a warrant granted for feizing a perfon, for printing and publifhing a libel, be warrantable or not? It was, afttr long debates, poftponed Mr. ?? Mr. C 1 W b, and the three meffengers are dif
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Feb. 16.

From the London Papers, Feb. 16.

From the London Papers, Feb. 1 6. Leghorn, January 16. F I ?? H E Englifh tquadron, which conveyed the J_ Duke of York to Genoa, came to an anchor herr* a few .'ays ago t and immediately on their ap- pearand- rhe Tunelian pinks and polacre, which the four Neapolitan galleys and a
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E R D E E N J O U R NA L, r 7 6 4.'

E R D E E N J O U R NA L, r 7 6 4.'

E R D E E N O U R NA L, 7 4.' dcred hifti one of the principal ornaments and bulwarks of the Proteftant intereft; and Europe muft fenfible of your Majefty’s juftice and goodnefs, in rewarding the merits of a Prince offo diftinguifhed and heroic chara&er, with amiable and fo accom
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Orkney lift of flipping.

Orkney lift of flipping.

Feb. |. Sailed from Stromnefs, the Friends- good-will, Rofs, from Eafdale, for Leith. Feb. 4. ln the Longbope of Walls, the Sally M»rr3y, from Leith, for Jamaica. No other (hipping in the Orkneys. Leith j Feb. 20. Arrived the Friends Good-will Thomfon, from New York, with lint-f
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

LONDON GAZETTE, FiSr. tV. Hulvoet, i HE prince and princefs of Brunfwtek* Feb 3. * landed here yefterday about four o’clock in the afternoon, after a very long and fafiguinw voyage. About ten o’clock this forenoon, his'rcyal highnefs failed from hence in the Dutch ya'chts Delft
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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and the council of finances, were to meet on the 4th. inft. to decide the fate, of the India company.

and the council of finances, were to meet on the 4th. inft. to decide the fate, of the India company.

The a&ions that company were, oi) the paft at 865. Lettres des colonies nothing done. 4. The archbifhops and bifhops of France having propofed to meet at the hotel of the cardinal a* Luynes, to write letter to the king, to Weech him to recal the archbifhop of Pari', his Majcfty
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

the PRINTER. SIR: IN the St James’s Chronicle, not very long fmee, the public were tavoured with two letters, fign ed E. Y. particularizing very pathetically the manner of dcpi.fmg Meer Jaffar Ah Cawn, the Nabob, who little betore had been let up Lord Clive. As this iniquitous tr
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
R D E E N J O U RNA L.

R D E E N J O U RNA L.

R E E N J O U RNA L. Tire ABE evil and danger. In the boat he was fometimes quite loft in forrow, but thekiiid con'dolance of the officer of the guard, who I believe fincercly pitied him, he by degrees became more ferene, and at laft began to com'ort himfelf, or at ; Icaft fubmit
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. ROBERT LAING, at his Shop in the End of the Water-gate, a little below the Crofs, Perth, has juft

ADVERTISEMENTS. ROBERT LAING, at his Shop in the End of the Water-gate, a little below the Crofs, Perth, has juft

now imported from the propereft places abroad, a fine affort nient of the beft freft GARDEN and GRASS SEEDS; as al- fo, a parcel of limons, China and Seville oran- ges, to be fold in wholefale or retail, at reaion- able rates. At the above fhop may be had, likewife, va- riety of
20 February 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E R D'EE N JO N A L, 'jth. Gieru/alemme Liter at a di Lajfo, 2 tom, elegant Edition, 5

E R D'EE N JO N A L, 'jth. Gieru/alemme Liter at a di Lajfo, 2 tom, elegant Edition, 5

/hillings Jewed. %tb. Letters between Thtodo/ius and Conjlantia, z /hillings andfiicpence bound. gth. The Effuftons of Friend/hip and Fancy, 2 mols. 5 /hillings bound. 10. Lady Julia Mandeville’s Letters, 2 <vols, /hillings /ewed, 1 \th. Hume's tii/lon of Britain, 8 njols. £. 2.
20 February 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland