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MONDAY, December 30, 1765* [Numb. 93 8.]

MONDAY, December 30, 1765* [Numb. 93 8.]

30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
O tf A 3. Laft week a& a labourer was working in (lonequarry at Duplin near Perth, a large (lone

O tf A 3. Laft week a& a labourer was working in (lonequarry at Duplin near Perth, a large (lone

fell and bruifed him fo much, that he expired in the (Ireet of Perth, as they were carrying him to a furgeon. 4. La(l week a fire broke out in the houfe of Simfonat Ferryparton Craigs, which did no other damage than cpnfuming the houfe where it begun. » - 5. Same week a fmith’s
30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The AB John Campbell, Efq; Firft Caftierofthe Royal Bank of Scotland, is appointed deputy Keeper of the Privy Seal Scotland

The AB John Campbell, Efq; Firft Caftierofthe Royal Bank of Scotland, is appointed deputy Keeper of the Privy Seal Scotland

under the Earl ofßj’eidalbane. jy. Same day, John Liddle, Efq ; adifbanded foldier, lately appointed Lockman or Executioner to the city of Edinburgh, the Magiftrates and council, upon the refignation of Ij'aac Gibbs, was appointed Dempfter of Court, in place of the faid I/aac Gj
30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
grievances here mentioned are, r. the duty three pence per gallon on foreign melaf- article will bear, and will put

grievances here mentioned are, r. the duty three pence per gallon on foreign melaf- article will bear, and will put

a total (top the exportation of lumber, horfes, flour, and fifh, to the French and Dutch fugar colonics.” 2. The enlarging the power of the courts Vice Admiralty. The courts of Admiralty before eftablifhed have always done the bufinefs ncccflary ; but the new regulation, officer
30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ERDEEN JOURNA L

ERDEEN JOURNA L

ERDEEN JOURNA Stillingflecf, or Burnet, could have uttered a feverer farcaftn on his idolatrous trumpery that this Ample fentiment of untutorfd rcafon. * Why truly fir x they are ail/very pretty, but when all's done, let God alone for making a man. To the Printer of th&Abeideen J
30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
that in order to keep tradefmen and manufacturers ufing their credit in this manner. How far thcfe confiderations have influenced

that in order to keep tradefmen and manufacturers ufing their credit in this manner. How far thcfe confiderations have influenced

the traders of Glafgow, is well known to fuch as have any corrcfpondc nee there. And notwithftanding their large quantities of paper cuiTtncy, manufacturers of extenfivc connexions with exporters there, are obliged to give a credit eighteen months fo that probably it will be fou
30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
[Num. oyyy.^ Edinburgh j Monday j "December 30, 1 7^5 m

[Num. oyyy.^ Edinburgh j Monday j "December 30, 1 7^5 m

30 December 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Dev. 25,

From the London Papers, Dev. 25,

Dec. 3 . The ftates of ihe kingdom having made 3 demand of i,yco,ooo rixdoilars up- on the partners of the New Hank, MefT. John Whit- foot and Co. Stephen Kniper and John Ciaffen,have flopped payment, which has occafioncd a great confirmation upon chanre, os rhefc bankers ufed t
30 December 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Pkices of Grain at Haddington, Dec. 17

Pkices of Grain at Haddington, Dec. 17

Firft. Second. Third. Wheat j iis. od. > 20s. od. ■ iSs. 6 J. Be^r 17 ° '■& 6 ?? ♦ Oats 15 o 14.6 13 4 Pcafe in c J 11 6 I 10 4 High SSTater at Leith. Moon's age Moon rifes. Morn. Even. *H. M. H M. H. M. Wednefday j 2.0 j 9 Even 47 j 5 26 | 5 47 Tharfday 121 | n 4| 6 7 I 6 2 ;
30 December 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[mediately, or Whitfanday

[mediately, or Whitfanday

I 'large an 4, commodiouj DWELLING HOUSE, lately built by tbe deceafed Mr For ce, on the Weft Side of the Gallowgate of Abercn, fitted In genteeleft Manner, and con fidj eleven well accommodated with and Preflej, excellent Kitchen, Variety of Slar», and the bell Office*. The who
30 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland