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the «rmy befieging ChUDir«Gar FOft, tnd anotner employed before Ilyabad, the accounts of the furtenderof both thefe will now have

the «rmy befieging ChUDir«Gar FOft, tnd anotner employed before Ilyabad, the accounts of the furtenderof both thefe will now have

reached you. The army joined at Ilyabad (or -Heliabas it is called in moft maps) which is the capital of the country, lying betwixt the rivers Yumna and called the Gorra country, and on the very point of land »here the rivers join. Dehli is 300 miles from Eliabad, which a very f
19 May 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
i'. AB E , R . ° E N |° «.>. -. ; . 9. It. -Rjyal Highodfs the ',i9|fiMB-tea^ond'ljor&

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Duke of wili Qjjefert -dsfll© of Denmark to Copenhagen, as High Admiral tbe'CDi>yi£blll'pt|f<»t. there. of England, amt:hptft- on board the 8. «ltr •n«w Vi&dry,a mr. , '• • I)r».j«fd«i<e*ooe• j/.So/iie accounts received Holland froihthd city^ofivei'fally *hdlu®Jf oa’icof Ealf-In
9 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

ABERDEEN: Printed and fold by James Chalmers. [Price Two Pence Half Penny j Nnu York, Petf in a neighbouring govcrn- Alorch 10. ment lately refufmgio pay «iebt for which he was attached the populaceupnn rearing thereof, immediately aflemblcd, and having the teilow before them, p
16 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ExtraSl of Utter from Limoges itt France June, ■4. Laft Monday the octave of.the of the holy-facrament) had violent thunder

ExtraSl of Utter from Limoges itt France June, ■4. Laft Monday the octave of.the of the holy-facrament) had violent thunder

wjien the ligbuninglfelt orvthAchurch of Michael dcs-Lions, which was greatly damaged j bet the people had juft happily daitted the church, to follow the procelfioh. appeared lilce a globe which divided, into two parts and took regions. Holes of foot diametec were made fnapt a o
7 July 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BERDEENJ 0 U R N A L,

BERDEENJ 0 U R N A L,

BERDEENJ 0 U R N L, MRS. LOW, Widow of the late Jonathan Low', in the Gallowgate, Aberdeen, continues to carry on the White Iron Buftnefs, in all its Branches,., as formerly pradlifed by her Husband. She takes this Opportunity of returning Thanks to all her Cuftomers, and hopes f
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
that was unable fuppott Iftyfelf on my leg?, and nothing ' but blood for feveral weeks together though I had

that was unable fuppott Iftyfelf on my leg?, and nothing ' but blood for feveral weeks together though I had

tried feveial remedies for my relief, but to no purpofc, ’till happily I was recommended to try Dr Bateman’s Peftoral Drops (as above) I therefore: font for bottle, and taking that only, I was in lefslhan i week almoft rettortd former ftrength and-bw repeating a few dofcs, am no
11 August 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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11 August 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ize on the cosft of Scotat Chathamt whefe fhe

ize on the cosft of Scotat Chathamt whefe fhe

ize on the cosft of Scotat Chatham whefe fhe land, is paid and laid ui .o fctve as a ftortfolp. On examination, Her timbers, which were fuppofcd to have been trut Euglijh heart of oak turn out to be nothing more than mere Jcantiings'oi Scotch fir, brought up by the favourite from
11 August 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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22 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Bengal Remains tben bilance .to the cotnpany of which is to be ad Jed again, a debt from Souja Dowla

Bengal Remains tben bilance .to the cotnpany of which is to be ad Jed again, a debt from Souja Dowla

of 4,037.50° >.293.750 561,500 1,856,15° Oat of this ded u£i cj for debts due there by the company '‘‘/Total balance by thcNibobOf Arfiotf the French fbr maintenance ofpiifonert Remaining in (Dhioa £fFe£ts (hipped from London Coft our fortifications, &c» 1,162,500 450,000 »50,00
22 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland