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MONDAY, May 28, 1764.

MONDAY, May 28, 1764.

wares and Shawanefe ftill flood out, and had not made any overtures of peace : feveral of the northern tribes of Indians had made offers of their (ervice and afliftanceto Sir William, and it was hoped, by the plan then concerting, the war would foon be finifhed, even though the
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL, 1764:

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL, 1764:

aifift them,.and among thefe we made an i/ntncnfc flau.;htef but their numbers were lo great, that in fpite of ail oppofition, they plundered our houfes of almoll etery thing we had. Altho* we had repulfed the enemy fo conlVJerably, yet before the even the officers reported, tha
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tea, and fomc Caftile and Dutch foap.

tea, and fomc Caftile and Dutch foap.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. From the Englijh Papers, May 19 THERE are fome letters from Conftantinople, which Teem to menace Ruffia with declaration war the part ot the Grand Senior. 2. The laft letters from Warfaw affert, that the vanguard of the Ruffian troops was arrived within f
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
are oflrelai «* If I had been as fuccefsful as I have been fincere and earneft in thofe endeavours, 1

are oflrelai «* If I had been as fuccefsful as I have been fincere and earneft in thofe endeavours, 1

could not have thought myfelf entitled to fuch a return. Truth and jufticc will oblige me to reprcfent your behaviour and difpofttions in the moft favourable light to his Majefty and gratitude will engage to purfuc every poffiblc method of cultivating and preferving your cftecm
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HyADJOUR N M E N T.

HyADJOUR N M E N T.

N M E N T. TRIE Town and Lands of Reiville and others at Gilcotnftone, btlonging to Sir Archibald Grant ofMonymvflc, Bart near the H'cjl end 0] the Town Aberdeen, is to fid bo Roup in the Exchange Ccffee-ooufe of A berdeen, the zzd of pune 1764, at three o'clock Afternoon^ funday
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
R D E EN : Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

R D E EN : Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]

28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By Authority of the KIN G’s Royal Patentr. The following approved Medicines are faithfully prepared, and fold wholefale by DICEY,

By Authority of the KIN G’s Royal Patentr. The following approved Medicines are faithfully prepared, and fold wholefale by DICEY,

OKELL, and Co. in LONDON. I*s Health one of the greateft Bleffings that attend Mankind, fo we (liould be extremely careful to purchale Medicines prepared by Men of Fortune and Veracity, which always have been known to anfwer the great and good Deligns of the Inventors : Medicine
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public.Office at Paris, dated May 14.

ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public.Office at Paris, dated May 14.

ExtraCi of a Utter firom a Gentleman in a public Office at Paris, dated May 14. •* While your news writers are throwing out ran- dom Conjectures' on the prefent poflure of afl.iirs, your fideof the water, they know very little of what is doing here. They talk, indeed, of fome dif
28 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
and humour ; and who, though unfortunatcly dcaf, is yet as far from being dull as ever. Among other lively

and humour ; and who, though unfortunatcly dcaf, is yet as far from being dull as ever. Among other lively

fentiments, the following feems to be the true fpirit of the writer. The ribbon, fays he, fkilofophically confidercd, is certainly no more -’• Thsir a ribbon ; but I never yet knew any man who had philofophy enough to refufe it. This morning, about eleven o’clock, (and not befor
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOUR

The ABERDEEN JOUR

9. Porf/msutb, May 16. The Afia, a fine man of war of 64£uns, was lannched this day at 12 o’clock. The lords of the admiralty were prefent.” 6. The {hips now building at Chatham are the Viclory of 116 guns, the London and Barfleur of qo guns each, and the Raifonable of 74. The V
28 May 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland