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SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

SUNDAY's and MONDAY's POSTS.

Arrived the MAILS froyn France and Flanders. TVtrfcvwy Dee. 1. H E decifion of the famous trial depending before the tribunal relation, between the Duke de Biren and the Nobility of the Duchy Courland, was put off on the 24th of this month. The great argument urged againft the N
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Turnpikes. ' TRUSTEES for repairing the Roads from M. Bradford to Kighley, in the Weft-Riding of the County of York,

Turnpikes. ' TRUSTEES for repairing the Roads from M. Bradford to Kighley, in the Weft-Riding of the County of York,

*rij n< r/° CCt * l oufe of Mr * Brad ley, known by the Name l Eim-Trre, in Bmgley, on Saturday the Eighth of this InftanC February, in order to let the Tolls Stock-Bridge and Toller-Lane either together or feparate, to be entered on immediately ; to chufe new Truftees inftead f
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sold the Printer, and the of this Paper, GRANA ANGE Lie A; or, Dr. Patrick anderson, of Edinburgh Phyfician to

Sold the Printer, and the of this Paper, GRANA ANGE Lie A; or, Dr. Patrick anderson, of Edinburgh Phyfician to

King Charles the Firft, his Original PiLLS and LOZENGES, Whofe Virtues and XJfes are thefe they perfe'Elly cut t the Cough and Cold, tickling the'J hroat, Hopping and Breaft, Chincough *WShortnefs of Breath ; theyJlrengthen the Lungs and prevent Decays, FAITHFULLY handed down to
4 February 1766 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A. Li • MOND POST N A V L AF F A I R s , from the Englijh Papers,

A. Li • MOND POST N A V L AF F A I R s , from the Englijh Papers,

Feb. 1 1 W E nothing m determined 'fc. the deftmatron of the men of war out, two-thirds which are at preifentni?»h* U ned nor The exuaordinvy of thefe naval preparations has however (hip of war would , miffion, in conrequencc offome reccnt ceivfcd from Madrid. • ; it confidently
24 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fengers, who may depend on good Ufage.

fengers, who may depend on good Ufage.

Thurfday the 13th Febiuary for Edinburgh, and will continue fo to do once every Three Weeks till Chrillraas ; all Goods to come North from Edinburgh, to Perth, Forfar, Brechin, Stonchive, Aberdeen, and be giy>.fl to Mrs. Gibfon’s at the White Bea', Grafsmarket,Edinburgh, where R
17 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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That (be was about years old,'M(l M: this titoe| belonged toCovent*Garden 'hat Hie was 18, fiie wai with child by who left her upon knowing the fame; that bcic ddivci ted byhetfelf, flic ftranglcd the infant, ! laid it down in, Whitecrofs-Sreet, where it was found fay and buried
3 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tie ABERDEEN JOURN ilon. The hatter, on his return home, concluding The white, drop r £ n^^. one lh *

Tie ABERDEEN JOURN ilon. The hatter, on his return home, concluding The white, drop r £ n^^. one lh *

rJ °f ounce from the uncommon circumftance the hat be- . nnocent) ye( J ft^cVu?dr . are excellent refpoke, that the great inult out or xnedyinmore cafes than will adniit of being mentioned here his wite, or, at leaft, that he could not mean to en but well known to one of the gre
10 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STAMPING OF LINEN CLOTH.

STAMPING OF LINEN CLOTH.

'Trujiees Office, Edinburgh, 20th January 1766. THE Irujieesforfjheries, manufafiures, and improvements, in Scotland, advertife, that they have refolved to give ftamps to any LINEN MANUFACTURER, BLEACHER, or LAPPER, who doesbufinefs extenfively, and whofe eftablilhed charafiler
10 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISE NTS. G E-O R G E PAUL, Gardener in Old Aberdeen, HAS lately imported GARDEN and GRASS SEEDS, from

ADVERTISE NTS. G E-O R G E PAUL, Gardener in Old Aberdeen, HAS lately imported GARDEN and GRASS SEEDS, from

the bed hands, all- warranted . and is hopeful of the continuance ofhisCuftoipers, and their Orderi fliall be punctually anfwercd. alfo fells Firs, Oaks, Planes, Elms, and Haw<k«ra Plants, with Gcofeberry bufties, and Currans of (rfl Kinds, with Afparagrafs and Colly flower Plan
10 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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24 February 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland