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30 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
, v.. ■ *<■ tf u({ therefore, at feril Sght, fe«ri amazing and unaccountable, that in no age of the.

, v.. ■ *<■ tf u({ therefore, at feril Sght, fe«ri amazing and unaccountable, that in no age of the.

world have been tccnfed ot to-their own in- tercft, ddert the. people, to whpnf they owe their rife ai\d exiftence; knd a helping hand which mirft bring contedibt aira'tdih .dpoil their order, - fee mi td aecodnt for the phjenbnlenon, other wife than from the particular clrcumft
2 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
an- Fnm,t£i : inglijh Papers? May pear before the aflembly toe«* and !i> fwcr forjtlt.coftdoa jn affair. i ■. :

an- Fnm,t£i : inglijh Papers? May pear before the aflembly toe«* and !i> fwcr forjtlt.coftdoa jn affair. i ■. :

, 14*. Thj» day jcaoe. on hcfef AffttMf} appeal (from reference by the very reverendf; ofXechiao and TwiddaleJ lb? duke Roxburgh, as-patton of account of the of that, <o the'ReveVend Mr piftw of .jirheii, after, hearing'partiM&W-. curators, and long debates itei Affeflpbly, with
2 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. THESE are intimating that the general Meeting of the Commiffuntrs of Supply of this County, ftands adjourned to the

ADVERTISEMENTS. THESE are intimating that the general Meeting of the Commiffuntrs of Supply of this County, ftands adjourned to the

gth Day of Juste curt, when they are to Jplit the valued Rent of the Lands belonging to Thomas Buchan ef Auchmacoy, and his Son, and in Confequenct •fa- Petition given in their lafi Meeting for James ' Gordon of Covobareße, and Erneft Gordon hit Son, They are alfo that. Day to r
2 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Considerations on patronage. [248.]

Considerations on patronage. [248.]

As to the country, what advantage arifes to it from the right of patronage, is not very obvious but the difadvantage and lofs which occafions is ftriking. For, 1. It palpably a great patrimonial lofs the country, to be burdened with the charge of an additional church and minifte
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Catalogue Of New Books, with remarks and extracts,

A Catalogue Of New Books, with remarks and extracts,

of'° n P before the univerfity of Ke' iq. 1765. By Benjamin " n °tt, With Mutes the f on P/alms 4S. and 89. and of 'r ' refections of the Lord Bijbop is.6 d. Rivington. J ls we are told, the dedi- e a(J- (atl " n ie vice-chancellor and 0 Oxford, was prepared f P*fBehfd.in Whiteh
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ode for his lirth-day, June 4. 1 766' By William Whitehead, Efq\ Poet-Laureat. HAil to the man, fo the Hebrew

Ode for his lirth-day, June 4. 1 766' By William Whitehead, Efq\ Poet-Laureat. HAil to the man, fo the Hebrew

bard, Whofe numerous offspring grace his genial board; Heaven's faired gift, Heaven's bed reward, To thofe who honour, who obey his word. "What iliall he fear, tho' dropping age Unnerve his drength, and pointlefs finks his fpear; \ In vain the proud, vain the mad ihall rage ; He
1 June 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, June 12. Prince Henry mounting his horfe, with his brotlier the Duke of York, as loon as the laft

LONDON, June 12. Prince Henry mounting his horfe, with his brotlier the Duke of York, as loon as the laft

heat was over, Afcot races laft Monday, and riding with fome Noblemen along the court, his Royal Highnels Prince Henry let his horfe on gallop; but not perceiving a chain that was placed acrols the laid cpnrfe, to prevent people riding round, the horfe ran with fuch velocity aga
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
One laft week, girl, about fifteen years age, being decoyed from her mother, an induftiions woman, was, alter week’s fearch,

One laft week, girl, about fifteen years age, being decoyed from her mother, an induftiions woman, was, alter week’s fearch,

dil’covered In a houfe not lar from tite S; rand, where (he had unhappily been prnftituttd. The mailer the houfe retuied to deliver the girl np, and had the mother ducked in horfepond, for which an aflion has been commenced him. and Posts. FOREIGN N E W S. CONSTANTINOPI. E, 7Wi<
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
man anchor-Cmith lifting (hip s anchor, by its falling upon him, had the misfortune of having both his legs broke,

man anchor-Cmith lifting (hip s anchor, by its falling upon him, had the misfortune of having both his legs broke,

and was otherwife much bruifed. was immediately lent the Infirmary here. ~ , , \Vednefday laft the golden arrow ftounelcd in the year 1673) was (hot tor by gentlemen archers, which was won by Mr Robert Hall of that place, and the Lieutenancy by Mr John Richmond, this (Vi ft. and
21 June 1766 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England