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76 4. in, and compel numbers return the plough and to their trades, which will be more ferviceable the nation and creditable to themfelves for all matters, of any fenfe, fpirit and refolution, will not fufFer fuch infolent meafures with impunity, but unanimoufiy agree to abolifli
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
•On the ith the morning, the enemy furrendered at Hifcretion, having laid down their arms, and maic ltd out of

•On the ith the morning, the enemy furrendered at Hifcretion, having laid down their arms, and maic ltd out of

the fort the garrifon confilted about 2.000 men liefore I arrived at M.>ng.-ar, erdered captain WedJerburo, with his volunteer company, two companies Icapoys, and two pieces anon, to advance the river boats, erder o pickup any the enemy’s boats that hivebsen the rear, and to end
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNAL. •?a, a cloud of forrow ovetfprcatl the whole fettlement for the )o s of fo many valuable

The ABERDEEN JOURNAL. •?a, a cloud of forrow ovetfprcatl the whole fettlement for the )o s of fo many valuable

men, a general fad was obferved, and a mourning of fourteen days. The army continued their march to Patna, which they took by dorm Nov. 6th, after a very obdinate defence. The army has fince purfued the Nabob as far as the JCarumnafla, the boundary of the province, where they co
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES.

S we have the plcafi of Col. Morris, at ! e to heat of the arrival lowing extract of a letter from one of his officers to a gentleman in this place, will be acceptable to our readers.—• It is dated, on board the Ofterly Indiaman, off Dartmouth, June nth, 1764. and is as follows,
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A DVERTISE M ENTS. To be SOLD, '-pile Lands anil Barony of WALLT- ?? FORD, lying rive miles eaft from

A DVERTISE M ENTS. To be SOLD, '-pile Lands anil Barony of WALLT- ?? FORD, lying rive miles eaft from

Edin- burgh, in the parifti ol Inveresk, and county ot Mid Lothian, holding blench of the crown, ami entitling the propiietor to a vote for a membec of Pailiament; there is payable about 71. of sti- pend in money and victual; and the whole eft-itc rents, after that deduction, 25
25 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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''From the London Papers, June il.

''From the London Papers, June il.

Lifhon, Mai 5. ANecdotes, fecmingly trilling in thcmfelves often throw more light upon the characters of emi- nent perlonages, than the nioft elaborate attempts towards a regular delineation of them. The two following of the preient King of Portugal, and his Prime Minifter defer
25 June 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tohrt Bowen, William Stuart, Benjamin Spunner. governor and captain general of the province or J _ Craft, John Armftrong, Hugh

Tohrt Bowen, William Stuart, Benjamin Spunner. governor and captain general of the province or J _ Craft, John Armftrong, Hugh

Mac- catan whofe order, on the fubjedt, he, the faio kav °Duncan Macleod, William Blewit, Samuel commandant, communicated to your petitioners, Blewit John Greentry, -Crawford, Thomas which was, to comply entirely with the XVlth Pickering, Richard Holland, James Cooker, Con- arti
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABERDEEN JOURNA

The ABERDEEN JOURNA

6. From the firft the of May, above fifty thoufand lacks of corn have been landed in the port of Marfcilles. Corn which foW in that city at the beginning of the fame month for 35 to 36 livrcs a fack, is now fallen to 25 and rye is come down from to 15 livres. . ■■■■ ■ A fack of
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wherc may be had juft publilbed.

Wherc may be had juft publilbed.

Doftelafs’ Peerage of Scotland, in Boards, il. Is; Glafs’s Hiftory of the Difcovery and Conqueft of the Canary Hands, 16s. bound, pope’s Works, 4 vols. compleat, 10s. bound. Stackhoufe’s Ididory of the Bible, vol. j(l. 3s. 6d. Frofeflbr Reid’s Inquiry into the human Mind, 6s. Pr
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By ADJOURNMENT.

By ADJOURNMENT.

ADJOURNMENT. Hat on Wtdnrfday the fourth Day of July ietiuixt . 3 and 4 o'clock Afternoon, nvill he expofed to publick Roup and Sale, 'within the Hauft of James Dvee Vrntr:r in Aberdeen, that Tenement of In-land and Back land frefntly George Rnltt, lying in the End of the G alien
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland