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at the weft end of the town.

at the weft end of the town.

9 Yefterday fc’nnigbt, at 'St Luke’s fair, at Newcaflle, a perfon wanting t 6 buy draughthorfe afked the price of one that appeared for his purpofe; and the account of him being pretty fatisfadtory to the queftion, If he would draw well?” The feller, with a very fignificant fhru
18 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ERDEEN JOURNAL* 1765. 9. CadiZtOft. 1. Wcare informed, that a cou- ty per cent, every fucceffive year until the whole

ERDEEN JOURNAL* 1765. 9. CadiZtOft. 1. Wcare informed, that a cou- ty per cent, every fucceffive year until the whole

fiiall riec from Spain arrived lately at Ceuta, a fortrefs be paid ; but in default of any of the laid payments the fituated on the coaft of Africa, and belonging to land {hall be liable to be forfeited, and again fold, Spain, with letter for theSieur Ofibrio, Governor order tha
18 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The ABE&fcEfiN JOURNAL tlmCj and carried the Anatomical Theatre in the College, in terms of the fentence.—He behaved with great

The ABE&fcEfiN JOURNAL tlmCj and carried the Anatomical Theatre in the College, in terms of the fentence.—He behaved with great

refolution, and feemed to be penitent; but to ths Uft denied his crimes. 5. On Saturday laftdied atTorphichen, the Right Honourable Walter Sandilands Lord Torphichen, SbcKiff*depute for the county of Midlothian. A We hear that a gentleman of this country, AOtnor of the philofoph
18 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
bout the Kingdom, where the fick arc obliged to take four or five Ounces, or five or fix naufeous Pills,

bout the Kingdom, where the fick arc obliged to take four or five Ounces, or five or fix naufeous Pills,

which renders Phyfic.fo oh- noxious, that thoufands puke at the Sight of the Phial or Pijl Box but on the contrary, it is a fine Bitter,’ which h tbQmoft grateful Tafte them that have occalion to ; and is reduced into fo fmall Quantity, that a Spoonful proves a fufficieut Uofc i
25 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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18 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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18 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, November 25, 1765*

MONDAY, November 25, 1765*

MONDAY, November 25, miscellaneous ARTICLES. From the Engitjh papers, Nov, 14. LEtters from Conftantinople advife, that the chief motive of the inhabitants of Mengrelia and Georgia revolting from the Turkifh which coft the late grand Vizir’s life, and the of 6000 Turkifh forces,
25 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH, AW. 18.

EDINBURGH, AW. 18.

16. This day the High Court of Judiciary met, agreeable to their adjournment of the i«jth of Auguft laft, when the confidcration of the cafe of. Mrs Ogtlvie was refumed; and the midwives, appointed by the court to vifit Mrs Ogilvie* having emitted their declaration upon oath, Th
25 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
to execution here, until it was generally complied with in the other colonies, but rcfufcd to fign any reiignation at

to execution here, until it was generally complied with in the other colonies, but rcfufcd to fign any reiignation at

that time, for various reafons which he afligncd.——On the gentlemen’s return to the the ftate houfe, and reporting thisanfwer, the company were inftantly tranfported with refentment, and it was impoflible to fay what lengths their rage might have carried them, had not the gentle
25 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

That upon the feventeenth Day of December 1765 Years, there are to be fold way of Roup, A large Parcel of growing BIRCH, ALLER, OAK, and ASH Wood, the Property of Major William Grant of Ballendailoch : the Woods to be expofed to Sale are very extenfive, and of an excellent Quali
25 November 1765 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland