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London, Feb. 16.

London, Feb. 16.

r?i - ?? jLqj'j?Cin, ltb. 16. TlHE INVASION. After so manay assiuriances thit tie preparations f,,, invasion were complete, aid so many threats i :t the attemlpt wvould be immediately made, v : Csrc now told in the Paris papers, that on ac- ltoiut of the difliculty and delay in c
February 22, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Ireland.

Ireland.

ItC*B1tI RIOT AT RA771HFARNHIANM. On Saturday night the 4th current, an outrage occurred in the village of kathfarnhiam, four miles from Dublin. On that day, an oflic-r of tile name of Corseley, commanding a party of ?? regiment of militia in that village, then on enulard, dined
February 22, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London, July 26.

London, July 26.

LOMOn, S(tjfp!;6. .u- It is stated to be the purpose of Bonaparte to nt concentrate the whole of his naval force at Bre. the and, under the protection of tis fleet, which i s estimated at 46 sail of the line, the Boulog i. . and Dutch armametits are to make their debt, ?? General
August 1, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
On Monday last, the Mearns-shire Volunteers, commanded by Lieut.-Colonel Robertson Scott,

On Monday last, the Mearns-shire Volunteers, commanded by Lieut.-Colonel Robertson Scott,

aberbeen. V; E D N E S D A Y, A U C U S T 1. I On Monday last, ?? Mearns-shire V]luntcers, | commanded by Lieut.-Colonel Rlobertson Scott t wei e revicwed on the Links h6re by -Major-Geni. the Marquis of Huntly, and performed their tvo . Iuan tion anid firings much to, his Lordsh
August 1, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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'7h;5s A i Pit,/btd iLVA'TISM and ilMILL ER, Parflavienf Sptre, f i:t ,llc large vol. 4to..price i. its. 6d. boards, THE SYNONYM£ S l>Y ?? LATINAr LiVUG.fL , ALIZli.BETI- CAL1.- ARRArGED, I it 'ritical Diflirtation; upon the Force of its Pre- i ,both a Simple and Compounded State
August 15, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

JrlOgign 311telligence. d Some Dutch palpers informs us, that very (I gloomny rumolirs prtvail at Pan-is with rcspei't to is !the ?? of Russia, and the orhcr Nor- I t tf IhCrn Powers. The French papers aflibt to treat t Q these runiours with colnterp.,, but the French flinds iavc
August 15, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
London, August 9.

London, August 9.

I . } c 9 ? lt 9 -liu~n ~A r jo- AX r p01-I ?? c l:lrtiel~ S. i -. in 1;- i , l ?? Cr i ! a ol, dli. . thle ia. had bee!n sos Cd. VIWe nesnll , , ft a t that; e Elc wastS iii;1r iiln f(r O9 pOrt, al le" at it pieln:t liC. si t b t it tien ?? tt d, and onale ofth. ;il p i-r ?? j)i
August 15, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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MADEIRA TN BOTTIES A Quantity of Si~ip:iorIMADEIRA to be iold- A Apply to Mr Peter Cameron, writer inl Banfr. ' I Hoif to Let 4 T^-lib let, and entered to at Whitfundaynext, rFUAT tit-at and commodious HOUSE, Garden: 3 s, ond OfGiices, with the ufne of a Bleaching Green,! nd . Nc
April 18, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LOUIS XVIII. AND GENERAL PICHEGRU.

LOUIS XVIII. AND GENERAL PICHEGRU.

LOUIS XVIII. AND GENERAT, PICHEGRU. M. Pelitier's Avibigu contains the two following Letters, written by the Comte de Lille (Louis "VIII.) to General Pichegiu:- "Rie.,'i, May24, 1796. " I have been extremelv anxious, Sir, for an -2,orttujitv of cxpressing the sentiments with ?? y
July 11, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Edinburgh, Sept. 1.

Edinburgh, Sept. 1.

Chillburgl)'t rWpt- 10 ien _ _. ice The Right H-uon. the Commnander in Chief left ed, this on Wednesday for Perthshirc. Iis Lord- iey ship's objedt for which, wve understand, is to vi- ea- sit the posts and military stations. :crs Arrived at Walker's HotJl on Thursday last rm- fr
September 5, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland