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Office-bearers of Mason Lodges, elected the 27th December.

Office-bearers of Mason Lodges, elected the 27th December.

Oice1 earers of Mafon Todges, eleqed the . 27tb December. A BERADEEN LODGE., n R.W. JoH D I N WALL, Efq; of Ardo, Mafler. 'fi Gavin Hadden, Efq;; depute mafler; Meffirs John Lindfay and James-Milne, wardens; John Allan, treafurer ; John Low, fecretary ; Thos Leys, E fq; William B
January 6, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE present year has let in with uncommon rigour. There had been several falls of

THE present year has let in with uncommon rigour. There had been several falls of

R - b erb r r n 4 S. THE prefent year ihas fet in with uncom- a ein rigour. There had bete feveral falls of i P-F ...f A--S - ?? hal fn e not to fnovr 3rfome days previous, but fo as not to adffec travelling, or to flhut up our intercoumfe f with the country. But on Thurfday lail
January 6, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

CHEAP sAIE OF HABERDASHERY. S'I'EWAlI1' rdepedlfullv iniformls his friends and O X . thc public, th it hl has this day begun to fell, : very reduced prices, his whole ?? of goods oil 'ind; a-id as it is his wifli to make room for a frefli T . thrtnmeut, befinr enteiring his new f
January 20, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London, Jan. 14.

London, Jan. 14.

SAI7URDAY's PCST. - - - -- . LONZ1011, 54111. 14- 1-1- ?? ?? t tT, Yeflerday advice was received at the In- dia HouFe of the arrival of the London, (a whaler) Capt Burton, wbich failed from St. Helena the 16th of November la~l, in com- pany with the following Indiamen, viz. c The
January 20, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

FARMS 1O LET, IN ABERDEENSHIRE. HREE FARMS on the eftate of GAVAL to be 1 Let for fuch number of years as may be agreed on. One of the farms may be entered to immediately, and the other two at Whitfunday next. For further particulars, apply to George Robinfon, the proprietor, at
January 27, 1800 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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CHAI'IEUL 11.

CHAI'IEUL 11.

11. 15. The conacnrurgry shall be composed of uicmucr*, of years age at least, lircmoveobk during life, hoc the formation of the senate, there shall be nominated iu the first Instance members; this number shah be cucrcascd iu the course the year, 64 in the year, and •hall be grad
January 4, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
farms.

farms.

To be LET, uf»* lit £ May •«<,. --tniE COCKEIX’s FARM, in the Ulgham, in the Connty Honhumberltnd. consisting of »«i Acre, and now in the OMCtaion of Mr Thums-s S.raker, « Tcnant tUrcof, Also, STOBBWOOD HOUSE FARM, in the Parish of Ulaham.and County Nortnumocnauu, of a.,1 AcrU a
January 11, 1800 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Saturday's Post.

Saturday's Post.

?? mar -- uraaro soft# I FOREIGN NEWS. FRANKVOaT, lan. s. HE pffiage of the Mein has bleen effecaed by the Auftrians, and on the day before ; l yerfcrday a warm f}kirwiflh took place be. ,rthe rench and the Hlufiars of Szeckler, nle beginling to approach Mentz. The s xof Ge~eral
January 30, 1800 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH.

PLYMOUTH.

P L Y M OU T HI. Wedne,'day, yaln a W Und N. W. cloudy. Sailed forTo!bay, the Neptune, 9S, and Triumph, 74, Rear Al Almiral Collingwood. Sl.ild a canvoy to the calk- ?? ward. Went doawn the harbour into the Sound, the Al"m6no, 34, Caprtin Dighy; Ij enard, of ;S guns, Captain Spic
January 23, 1800 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ftftsav’fl

ftftsav’fl

The French RoyaldU t,tt the Wcflern Departments continue prefent formidable from their Republican opponents, Th’ry are very numerous, and their hofltlc activity is tncefTant. Bonaparte has addreded a proclamadon in which, artfully wilhingto m'e' the prejudices of thO people, he e
January 11, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England