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MONDAY, March 24, 1766. V 1

MONDAY, March 24, 1766. V 1

MONDAY, March 24, 1766. V , ?■
24 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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24 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
'‘V • •i*' /,>* diftrj 18. report . -• immediately appblwttd i«d'sW when the declared, Will •,- Webisled Mr RtoUfifelU

'‘V • •i*' /,>* diftrj 18. report . -• immediately appblwttd i«d'sW when the declared, Will •,- Webisled Mr RtoUfifelU

fet out from London Wftitbn, the feat df> Mr- Davenport; the frontier 1 of Whire he has his retreat.—Bcforehe left he fat roc plaor'fe havefeen to be an adm?rabfe Hfaeffl*3. : «lt6gbyan ;v. ■ i-. The Society,of Artifts itatchd to have a,mo■' J, in W MTefttoiney,’ to the '• 'oftt
31 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

ABERD EEN. SATURDAY the »Bth inftant, the Annabella of Thurfo, brigantine, commanded by Captain Dunnet, laden with merchant from London ana Leith, was wrecked little to the horthweft ofPoitfoyj and the wliole crew, (of feven hands) and about 14 paflengers, all perilhed. ly any o
31 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E jdtffc.K’AL ;i ty, Ftrtue.Chq/ltty,'Fenus, hymen, &a on the other ; Shetland, and prevent the Dutch ii. • i make

E jdtffc.K’AL ;i ty, Ftrtue.Chq/ltty,'Fenus, hymen, &a on the other ; Shetland, and prevent the Dutch ii. • i make

thefe latter drive the former off the ftage: prafticc of fmuggling on the coaft ,0m when this is perfdrmcd,-Jet them join hands, and ,4 v The ballancc of trad* » / pl , ay >!; i-^y- necd, c. P r a coujitry danpe, Eiwlarid is fo muph inJavout oTS. Jfings the joyful tidings to the
31 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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-rap? i The ABERDEEN JOURNAL 65. bruise »eo, (or their adivity and 14. We hear that a Rheme before the

-rap? i The ABERDEEN JOURNAL 65. bruise »eo, (or their adivity and 14. We hear that a Rheme before the

miniftty, the paerchanta of that c«tr> obedience in Rch a time of uoiverfal confufion and whereby a fund will be eftabliflicd, which may af- to attend an augoft aflembly, folicit the repeal *diftrefs Theftorm began to abate about 12 at night* ford many millions upon any emergenc
17 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
has reigncd thcre withia this very

has reigncd thcre withia this very

has reigncd withia this very diftemper little time. 4. Montbrifon, (in France) Feb. 6. The charityhoufe in this town was burnt down Thurfday night, add afforded the mofl dreadful fpefitacls that can be conceived. The tender infants, the old, the blind, and the lame, of both Texes
17 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO BE SETT OR SOLD,

TO BE SETT OR SOLD,

THE Houft, Office honfes, Garden, Snmmerhonfe, and Pertinents, lying in the Shiprow of Aberdeen, lately belohging.ro Provoft Livingfton, and prefently pertaining 10, and pofTefled Alexander Innes of Breda. —Entry Whitfunda) 1766.—F0r further Particular? enquire at the Proprietor
17 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
f advertisements. Bleachfield 17664 rIE Cullen Bleachfield Company propofe to lay down Cloth as fotfn tlie Seafon and bleach at

f advertisements. Bleachfield 17664 rIE Cullen Bleachfield Company propofe to lay down Cloth as fotfn tlie Seafon and bleach at

the ing Prices,Viz. All plain Linen, . In and under at id. per Yard - V at ad. halfpenny per Yard ; v tioo at 4d. per Yard and x at 3d. halfpenny per Yald and 1500 at 4d. j)er Yard , 1600 and 1700 at 4d. halfpenny per Yard 1800 and all above at Sixpence' per Yard Cambricks and L
17 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
men uicjp niigii, continent ot indemnity—no misfadion made to the publickfor mal-adminißrEU'ofis, therefore, fo many oaes ; refigoatlons for punifhments,

men uicjp niigii, continent ot indemnity—no misfadion made to the publickfor mal-adminißrEU'ofis, therefore, fo many oaes ; refigoatlons for punifhments,

mollifying for iJ policy- -"-Year after year, the bowels of the gallon yearning for change of mcafure&— i-mdst changed, meafures continued "■ growth popery fjfftred our ally on the conti n* , t’other day upheld by us on his throne, no«n breaking with us to join our enemy——the po
10 March 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland