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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
 
’with tre Pertinents, are to be expojtd to publick ‘VQiuntarj Roup, Saturday the l C)th Day of fu!y next, •within

’with tre Pertinents, are to be expojtd to publick ‘VQiuntarj Roup, Saturday the l C)th Day of fu!y next, •within

the Toliooth of Fochabers, betwixt the hours of $ and Afternoon, The Entry to the whole to be at Whitjunday next. The Milns and a Part of the Lands are in the Proprietor's natural PcJJeJjion, and the greatejl Part of the Suljeils have always been Jo. Bnt the Value tl {imputed at
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
 
dn account of King StaAflaus his retreat and eficape from Dantzick. bt the year 1734? " d, ' jen he

dn account of King StaAflaus his retreat and eficape from Dantzick. bt the year 1734? " d, ' jen he

was fhut up in that city by two armies, and a price lisasfiet on his head : .addreffied by that Prince io H$ daughter, the prefent iffneen ofi France Taken from the works of St an fans lately publifhed. IT is not enough, Madam, to have informed you of my efcape from Dantzick ; a
7 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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S. THE Rev. Dr. BLAIR, ProfeiTor of Rhetoric -*nd Belles Lettres in the Univer- sity of Edinburgh, begins a COURSE of LEC- TURES on Tuefday nexr, the 15th of May, at rhe nefite of Several gentlemen, who could not attend the winter courfe. — The hour is ten in the forenoon; \% J
9 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
fflfe Catoonmit jWetottf.

fflfe Catoonmit jWetottf.

fflfe Catoonmit ?? . i&a i [ Num. 662 jl Edinburgh^ Saturday , A fay 12, 1764.
12 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I vfiis, The following liserary anecdote has lately engaged the attention of the curious in this me- tropolis. There has

I vfiis, The following liserary anecdote has lately engaged the attention of the curious in this me- tropolis. There has

been lately printed at a pri- vate prefs, and handed about here, a little Bro- chure, under the title of " A letter to Dr. Brocklesby, and two cards to Dr. Heberden and Jlr. Hawkins.*' The letter is as follows : Great George-flreet, Monday Dec. 19, 1763. Pear Sir, IHAVJE the fav
12 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, May 8.

From the London Papers, May 8.

Rat'ubon, April 23. We have juft received the following pieces of important news : Firft, that a treaty of" alliance is on foot between the courts of Vienna and Berlin 5 and fecondly, that the grandees of Poland are raifing troops one againft another, and that numbers of disband
12 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

At a numerous meeting held on Saturday laft, at Merchant Taylors Hall, of the Eaft-India proprie- tors, the numbers on the ballot, taken the preced- ing day, relating to Lord Clive's Jaghire, were de- clared. After whicii a motion was made, that the thanks of the Gener.il Court
12 May 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland