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the fame nature were his Centimental eja* culations for the Cumberland, in bis longwinded ambiguod? fpeech on the peace, wherein 4 n lurking party-trimmer nakedly appeared. How ridi- culoufly pathetic' were his feigned groans, let u& not forget the vidor of Culloden I” wbofe lau
22 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CONVBRSATIOW

CONVBRSATIOW

T Had lately the honour of dining with fome re* fp«£lable perfons, whofe notions appeared to well calculated for butinefs ; but much fclfilhnefs betrayed itfelf in their»onverfation, and their arguments were fo incluHve, that I was fatisfied they had never read Tutly's nor had e
22 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
. Wh'BT hdward the 6th, and lifccwile made in the sth of Qjlten Elizabeih, againft feftftatlcfi, rfgraters, and engroflers ofcorn,

. Wh'BT hdward the 6th, and lifccwile made in the sth of Qjlten Elizabeih, againft feftftatlcfi, rfgraters, and engroflers ofcorn,

See. and requiring all judges, juftices of the peace, mayors, fhetifis, bailiffs, &c. witftin England and Wales and the town of Berwick upon Tweed, to put the laid ads (as well as all 'other ads relating to the fame matter} into e&ecutioO, pain his Maje P fly’s high difpleafure,
22 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
From tbence they returned to their camp } from whence in'the afternoon, the faid Scbyler and others came to the

From tbence they returned to their camp } from whence in'the afternoon, the faid Scbyler and others came to the

houfe of Robert Noble, whole houfe and furniture they enitrely dcftroyed, and fet fire to the barns, s<c. which were from thence they proceeded to the houfe of the faid Clark and' Meeker, and carried off all they left in the morning, then returning to their camp, they took as pr
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

By Authority of tht King's Royal Patent, The Original Dk. BATEMAN’s PECTORAL DROPS, Prepared only Dicey and Oicell, in Bow-Church-Yard, London; 7’HICH, for mor* than fifty Years have been univerfally known to ic fafeft and fureft relief in the moll : rheutnatifms, and Sciatic, p
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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The A Triang|es are comprehended within the boundary 'the French Weft India fettiements, and it was re ported that thechevalief Rohan, commander in chief at €ape Francois, bad received coders to take pofteffion of it, s 3. write from Jamaica, that the Rritifli ' fettlements on t
13 October 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
travel, immediate relief the ftrangury, wind, cholic, difor* deti in the ftomacb and bowels infants, to any cordial, i.'jfe >s.

travel, immediate relief the ftrangury, wind, cholic, difor* deti in the ftomacb and bowels infants, to any cordial, i.'jfe >s.

Cd. the Bottle. Dr. Radclittc’i famous Elixir, beinr * r the pufifier of the Mood after the frAaU fdi', <kc. It cjires Ucpfy, , and ail runtifng fofesi breaking*.6ilt whltfoevcr, a* thoyfand* hiw experienced,- is. the btntle. pri.Chafe’s reflora'.ive 'bilfamic pills, for the cur
15 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E ir F N ft g? H:

E ir F N ft g? H:

E ir F 14* The circuit court jufikiary was opened ort Thurfday laft at Inyeraty right hon. th'e lord Auchinleck> and adjourned, till Friday morning the 51H inft. when the courr proceeded, to the trial of John in 6arleain Glcndoin* in the Oiire of ArgyFc, for the crime of ftcalihg
15 September 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Aberdeen Journal. ■ ' ■ -• i-: ''. • > 'v ■ •. -

The Aberdeen Journal. ■ ' ■ -• i-: ''. • > 'v ■ •. -

1 December 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONDAY, January 6, 1766.

MONDAY, January 6, 1766.

boys, and being then in the Britilh Channel, on their courfe to London ; they immediately put the fhip about and fleered for the coaft of Ireland j and on Tuefday the 3d of December 1765, about one o’clock in the afternoon, they arrived within ten leagues of the harbour or Water
6 January 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland