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[N UMB. 925.] Colonel of the 14th regiment dragoons, on the Jrifli eftablifhment, ia the room of the Marquis Lome,

[N UMB. 925.] Colonel of the 14th regiment dragoons, on the Jrifli eftablifhment, ia the room of the Marquis Lome,

removed. 18. The i<6th being day with the Jews, the fame was obfcrved very ftiictly by them : they compute theyenieicd that day into the 5715th year fince the creation of the w rJd. • 19 We ate informed that a great perfonage has ftgnified his plcafure, that, for the future, thp
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
anecdote

anecdote

King riSpain was outlawed in Wcftminfter Hail, 1 being of Council againtt him. Merchant had recovered cofts agamlt him in a fuit, which, bccaufe he could not get, we advifed to have him outlawed tor not appearing, and fo he was As Coon Gondimcr heard that, he p efently fent the
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH, 25.

EDINBURGH, 25.

11. At the Circuit Court ot Glafgow, which was opened on Thuifday lad the inttant, by Lords Auchinleck ano Coalfton, Alexander Proven diftiller in Abbay or Limekills o» Paiflev, indited for the murder of his own wife in a muft cruel, barbarous, and unheard of manner, after trial
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
' fiaves i peror, p;o!d or piec o EogliH 3- h the En coaft enrirely licriti', tineut v carr {[ivav.

' fiaves i peror, p;o!d or piec o EogliH 3- h the En coaft enrirely licriti', tineut v carr {[ivav.

4 A Tunis, yal king that < harf is a cha
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
flavescondn<n. rake i but re,n« pt iloncrs however the coofi named); of tf Tunis to 5 »t i emperor its

flavescondn<n. rake i but re,n« pt iloncrs however the coofi named); of tf Tunis to 5 »t i emperor its

influei from its r 6. art no»w | invcighni! in Ametii jeins to fettlemen never tnji T h the (hips' in the jjtirts w u) two itii ans, in 8. His Cork frorr q. Piiv, 1 diff. rerun ; ordc niftry, lou Spanifl 10 Let the laft i fibfidy tre" I Fiancej j number Hide the 11. tended to t
30 September 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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To the PRINTER. Von fibi, fed uti. Dr. Motto. g J R •<» —ii tJ F. hive an import fuppofed

To the PRINTER. Von fibi, fed uti. Dr. Motto. g J R •<» —ii tJ F. hive an import fuppofed

to yield 2,000,00c1. FX y annually, called the Land-tax ; and from -ts appellation, the landed mterell fay, that A \Hf from the rents of their lands, they furntfh , J ' • this fmn to the Hate. The truth is, the m houfes of every city, borough, village, and -3 parilh, pay equally
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Suction, By Mr. LF. VERSUCH. At the Crof. K. yt, on Chute Common, onTuefday the irt Day of Oc<o her,

Suction, By Mr. LF. VERSUCH. At the Crof. K. yt, on Chute Common, onTuefday the irt Day of Oc<o her,

1765,31 Ten o’clock in the Morning. TWenty HORSES, of different Kinds, a large Quantity pf and Lambs, fcveral Cows, Oxen, Plows, Harrows, Call Harneftt and other Utenfils of Hufhandry, Downton, Sept. 28, 1765. / V\7HEREAS my Daughter Eliz. Curtis, went aw.iy from on Thunday (alt
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the PRINTER.

To the PRINTER.

S I R. TAm glad to hear that tax upon dogs is to be laid at the next meeting ot Parliament, and nope the fad dogs, whether in or out of place, will not excepted. Would you know whom 1 call fad dogs ? I mean all thofe, who, for their own private advantages, betray the interefts o
30 September 1765 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LON D O N

LON D O N

Extrafl sf a letter from Cbarleflown, South Caroli- na, dated July 27. M. IfTaffi, appointed by his Catholic Majefly Go- vernor of Nevv Orleans, hath been at the Havannah for upwards of five' months paft. The Spaniards fiiy the obftruftions to their taking ?? of Louifiana are o«
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Paragraph ia a letter in the Hanover Magaz'm :/l.lafl July.

Paragraph ia a letter in the Hanover Magaz'm :/l.lafl July.

Paragraph ia a letter in the Hanover Magaz'm :/l lafl July. " In the catalogue of an auflion of books I late* ly met with the following title : Qiiere, Whohave been the greateft gainers in this w3r ? Franc'ort, i 762 Tris queftion I take upon me to anfv.er. though I never faw the
30 September 1765 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland