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1765. mence the fale of lands the ifland of St Vincent, where will be put up to fate, feveral plantation

1765. mence the fale of lands the ifland of St Vincent, where will be put up to fate, feveral plantation

lots in the level of Morne Agarou, and In the quarters of Chateau Bellair, and Ouachilabau, moftly a «ery excellent foil and adapted for fugar plantations; and feveral town lots in different places. And alfo will be put up to fale in the ifland of St Vincent, at, the fame time,
2 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The A Soul by tile of John Pace, Efq; under the direction Sir John Fielding and Robert Dingley, Efq; by

The A Soul by tile of John Pace, Efq; under the direction Sir John Fielding and Robert Dingley, Efq; by

R . Withy, Book and Printfeller, at the Dunciad CornhiU C. Marlh, Bookfellcr at Charing, Crofs and no where ell’e in London j and in the Country thofe only who have Certificate from the above Gentlemen. By Mr. Wise Dundee : and At E.t ander Thomson, Boookfeller in Aberdeen. The
2 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, December 23,' ly 6

MONDAY, December 23,' ly 6

MONDAY, December 23,' 6 gallows were carried to the bowling green and burnt. Then the whole body proceeded in good order to Vaux-hall, the houfe of M r s, who, it was reported, was a friend to the (lamp aft, and had been over officious in his duty, from whence they took every ind
23 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
'pie A can attefted Nombers; fa proceeds on this tingle P.inciple, obvious to all, That whatever promotes Digeflion promotes Healtb,

'pie A can attefted Nombers; fa proceeds on this tingle P.inciple, obvious to all, That whatever promotes Digeflion promotes Healtb,

their immediate In** tentton being to fupply the Stomach with a juft Pro portion of Juices, and to preferve theperiftaltic. mo tion of the Inteftines, fo as furtiilh good Chyle, and carry down Crudities.” N. B. They may be taken at any Time, and any Cafe, where there is not Form
23 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
w r jj 9 * . .. to the public as having fomewhat very extraordinary in them, which has cccafioned

w r jj 9 * . .. to the public as having fomewhat very extraordinary in them, which has cccafioned

a very great demand ; and which is puhlifiied in order to make the demand ftill greater. A Grubjlreet puff is faid to be infirudat an Article off domejlk Intelligence \ to dif. tin-ruifli it from an which has often the°addition of puff way of N. B. or other wife, and therefore m
16 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRIDAY POST.

FRIDAY POST.

Arrived a Mail from France; NAVAL AFFAIRS. From the Englijh Paper: Dec, 7. WE hear the American colonies have petitioned for the continuation of the ftill, without which, it has been rcprefented, their fifhcries cannot be carried on with advantage the coafts New England and Newf
16 December 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Aberdeen Journal,

The Aberdeen Journal,

MONDAY, January 21, 1765. [Numb. 889] A.DVER.TISHMENTS goods, but we muft fupply our good natured fjiends 5. CaJJil, Dec. 20. The ftates of this countr -.J the Brigantine the CHAR- with the means of cngtoffing all the markets abroad, having airembled to confider ot the moft cffe
21 January 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
leTonrepeat- rinuaTapprcl lions of a formidable vifit from Spain. 3. They write from Batbadoes, that general Mciville, in order to

leTonrepeat- rinuaTapprcl lions of a formidable vifit from Spain. 3. They write from Batbadoes, that general Mciville, in order to

encourage the fettlement of Tobago, has gencroudy declared that he wilt mil all fees to the firft fettlcrs which belong to him governor in chief. 4. Pfivate letters from Berlin confirm the report, that his Pruffian majefty has certainly a defign to tfFeot a new fettlement on the
21 January 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AB B B. BEE N JOURNAL,

AB B B. BEE N JOURNAL,

AB B. BEE JOURNAL, We beg leave alfo to declare our fatisfaflion at thole events of the lad year which promife the continuance of the peace fo happily eftablifhed and maintained by your wife and fteady condud, and to exprefs our hopes, that the frefh affurances,which have been gi
21 January 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The By his Majesty’s Letters Patent. The'STOMACH PILLS Arc prepared by JAMES SPEEDIMAN, at the Pine Apple, near Arundel ftrect,

The By his Majesty’s Letters Patent. The'STOMACH PILLS Arc prepared by JAMES SPEEDIMAN, at the Pine Apple, near Arundel ftrect,

in the Strand* London, and fold at s. per Box, done up in a Paper by his own Hand. And, by Appointment of the Proprietor, fold at Aberdeen by Alexander Leflie at the Golden Dolphin the Bxoadgate. IF from Feafting, or a Debauch ; from eating too much Fruit ; or too many Vegetable
21 January 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland