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To tbe AUTHOR, &*.

To tbe AUTHOR, &*.

To tbe AUTHOR, ?? Thtrt is no Dip, but wbat our Cooks have made, And merited a Charter by thtir Trade. Not French Kiclcfhaw*. or Oglios brought from Spain, Alone have Jound Imfrovtrntnt from thtir brain ; JB«r Pudding, BraWn, and Whtte-fots own'd te be Th' Efl'tcls of native Ingm
16 September 1752 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L 0 N D ON, October 3.

L 0 N D ON, October 3.

Laft Saturday the Right Hon. the Earl of Chefter- field fct out from his Hotife in Grofvenor-Square, with a great Equipage, for Bath. Forces are raifingin order to be (hipped on board the Eaft India Company's Ships outward-bound, for the better Security of their Settlements. To
29 September 1752 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A particular Account of the EXPORTS and IMPORTS, being the whole Trade between London and France in 1751, with the Prices of the Goods and Merchandizes.

A particular Account of the EXPORTS and IMPORTS, being the whole Trade between London and France in 1751, with the Prices of the Goods and Merchandizes.

particular Account the EXPORTS and IMPORTS , being the whole Trade between London and France in 1751, with the Prices the Goods and Merchandizes. Imports from France to the Port London only, in 17^1. /. s. d. I. s. d. Al.monJs 5 at 4100 22 Books 796 100 79 o o Bone Lace Yds. 076
26 September 1752 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
the-famc Time gave the Dyct undcfftand, that his Prufftan Majefty was particularly earncft this Affair, by Virtue of his Claims

the-famc Time gave the Dyct undcfftand, that his Prufftan Majefty was particularly earncft this Affair, by Virtue of his Claims

eventual Succeffion of that Dutchy. Baron Bahr, the Hanoverian Minifter, has entered a Protelt againft the Propofition of the Brandcnbourg Minifter. DOMESTICK OCCURRENCES. A E R.D E N. QN Monday fe*ennight, a fwarthy robuft young Fellow came to a PubUck-houfe in the Parifli of F
1 September 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN JOU R N,

ABERDEEN JOU R N,

ABERDEEN JOU R Numb, i If I JMajler s Guffo ivoni difcern. But through my bajbful Folly fcorn to learn fthat Cook to Britijb Palates is compleaty Whofe Savry Hand gives Turns to common Meat. Dr. King’s of Cookery, in Imitation o£ Horace’s Art ot Poetry, SIR* I A Rcadincfs you hav
19 September 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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Glasgow Courant, Jug. 31.

Glasgow Courant, Jug. 31.

Tuefday laft Black Cattle fold very well at the Falkirk Trylle, and there were a great many Engliffi Buyers. On Thurfday laft, Mary Angus, indiCled for Child Murder, was brought in from Renfrew Prifon, in order for her Trial the enfuing Circuit. And John Turner, indicted for Hor
19 September 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVERTISE M ENT S.

ADVERTISE M ENT S.

That there is to be expofed to Sale, by way of pub/ick and voluntary Roup, Hcufe of John Lawfon Chirltrgetn in Stonehaven, upon Friday the zqth of September 9-2,'ft new Schroner-hoat called the B X'Y and JEAN of Caterline, of Fans Burden, launched June lajl, with her whole Furni
19 September 1752 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
la ro gitif ftJtuc,

la ro gitif ftJtuc,

la gitif ftJtuc, THAT Warminster-Fair, in the County Wills, heretofore kept the zS'.lt October, will fhis prefeni Year and always lor the fuititc, kept the Novtuibrr next, according to the Incw-Style, annually. _ to llttr, ,4t a Inn R. L'. N Convenient new-built ick - House, tne
25 September 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The Rambler, N° 008. March 14.1752.

The Rambler, N° 008. March 14.1752.

The lajt paper. [391.J lya' r! Ov% Vfuv £To'var, to~c l7rir~a/u.tvoic. Ei*f Tpt<T/uvptot 01 J 1 ' utipi&y.oi Ovist;. TU.VT <iu$a Iltpa-ffcvr. Diog. Lacrt. Time, which puts an end to all human pleafures and forrows, has likewife concluded the labours the Rambler. Having fupportcd
4 September 1752 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
(Ifhich is all the News in this Day's Gazette )

(Ifhich is all the News in this Day's Gazette )

volition, September 23. We hear that an Application will made next It inter for {horttning Proceedincs in Courn of Lunx, that the People may p„.r~..invaluable Privilege, having ail Mullen m Centrjl determined by a fury, without futh Expence and Lofs of Time, often makes 'Jaf ice
25 September 1752 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England