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EMCR A M. For the KENTISH GAZETTE 1 HEN party rages, Caves are and fold, Slaves who will barter liberty

EMCR A M. For the KENTISH GAZETTE 1 HEN party rages, Caves are and fold, Slaves who will barter liberty

for gold; Not fo the man of Keut, with Poukncy's part-'f He nobly fpurns all M—t—1 arts, S- ge,- go on, defend your country's Fix'd and refolv'd be true to freedom's caulc* . AMICUS.
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICE CORN BEAR-KEf LONDON, Nov. 8, 1768. Kent&Ef-| p.Quar. Bull. Wheat] 30 to 33s Hog dit. -jotoM* Foreign do. is

PRICE CORN BEAR-KEf LONDON, Nov. 8, 1768. Kent&Ef-| p.Quar. Bull. Wheat] 30 to 33s Hog dit. -jotoM* Foreign do. is

Beans - - i8toM« Barley - N dit. i6toi8s Br.Malt - Fine Flour Pale ditto - 20 Second dit. 28 Oats - - to Third dit. 26 Rye - - 2oto2is SMITHFI E L D, Nov. ' Beef 3 pcrlb>. I Veal Mutton j Pork d I C E S GRAI N, & at Canterbury. Wheat 325 38s I Old ditto *6s to Seed Wheat - 42s 2
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SMITHFIELD, July 3.

SMITHFIELD, July 3.

Beef, lid. per ltx Veal,' at ikf. per Mutton, ,k I Pork, - *+d.
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Cobn-Exch T K**' July 3, 1769. Kent & Boiling Peafe, S ' ,4» Wheat per 3» 39* Hog Ditto, -> Barley, - - - - to 17s Beans, - - - *' 5 Brown Malt, - to 25s Negro Ditto, Pale Ditto, - 22s to 24s Fine Fbur, per Sat Oats, - - - - - lis to 17s Second Ditto, - jt Rye, ..... 22s
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICES, &c, BOARDING OR LODGING. WTLLIAM HILLES having taken late the Occupation Mr. John in Stour-Strl:t, St. Mildred's, CANTERBURY, intends

NOTICES, &c, BOARDING OR LODGING. WTLLIAM HILLES having taken late the Occupation Mr. John in Stour-Strl:t, St. Mildred's, CANTERBURY, intends

to take Boarders or Lodgers, by the or otherwise. Ail thole who are want of Boarding or Lodgiag, and will pleale indulge him, may depend meeting with civii Treatment, and their Favours gratefully acknowledged By their humble Servant, WILLIAM HILLES. AS a fcamhious Report has lat
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IC E ICE give.i, L*»K are «rHlin, T ro uajertake the ftaatial Fence, Ports iiid . *', Hundred tfbls, more

IC E ICE give.i, L*»K are «rHlin, T ro uajertake the ftaatial Fence, Ports iiid . *', Hundred tfbls, more

or ieis, tor . .'tfeo" Orduance-Land CHATHAM, Slurp a:, v.c.l other Cattle, Propofals tofhe Office OrdnaU£fi on or before the 20th of July, Tf.ns to r the Comsniflicr.ers c.-.d HARBOUR wa::i to ho:—.'J Sum of Four Pounds, et + t { per Annum.—Any nutting Part of tbe above Sum upo
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To SOLD Wednefday the nth of Jut* T)ART cf the hold Furniture HARVEY, her The Sale to begin, Ten o'clock

To SOLD Wednefday the nth of Jut* T)ART cf the hold Furniture HARVEY, her The Sale to begin, Ten o'clock

noon, and continue till all is fold.—'Thf to be taken the Day after the Sale- On Wednesday the iath inft. AUCTION, HE HouiholJ Furniture Mrs. Widow, deccafed, her late St. Georges Street, Canterbury lifting Bedding, Chair;, Tables, Kitchen Utenfils, Linen and Catalogues may be h
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A CAITT I O to the P U B L I the KING's PATENTS. WALKER'S Parent GENUINE JESUIT'S DROPS, for

A CAITT I O to the P U B L I the KING's PATENTS. WALKER'S Parent GENUINE JESUIT'S DROPS, for

which his Majefty was plnteJ to honor him with his Royal Letters Patents for England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the Plantations America.—The great Succcfs and Demand that ,s July made for our never-failing Genuine JESUIT'S DROPS, which afc the moft certain, cheap, p'eafant, vie
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
By his MAJESTY'S Royal Letters Patent. Prepared by DICEY and OKELL, In Bow-Church-Yard, LONDON: Dr. RADCLIFFE's FAMOUS PURGING ELIXIR. ttjF-ING

By his MAJESTY'S Royal Letters Patent. Prepared by DICEY and OKELL, In Bow-Church-Yard, LONDON: Dr. RADCLIFFE's FAMOUS PURGING ELIXIR. ttjF-ING

the only celebrated Cathartic n the World, (^ N adding to Charafter of that great Man whole Name —- i 1 JL ' :,ve 'n? fhail en- aiire - lS a Bitter, which X/ Tafle to them Occafion for and —I—it1 —it is reduced into fmall a that Spornful proves fufficient in moft Conftitutions,
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
By their MAJ E S TIE $"S £ v ants. From the THEATRES ROYAL. T the Theatre A T E

By their MAJ E S TIE $"S £ v ants. From the THEATRES ROYAL. T the Theatre A T E

B U V, this Everd»2 (being fche Sth ot" jULY) the Comic Opera LOVE in VILLAGE. Hawthorn, Mr. Barn (haw Young; Meadows, Mr. RiclviHs; Juftice Wootrcock, Mr. Sir William Meadows, Mr. Brookes; Eufraee, Mr. Cornelius; Hodge, Mr. Reade Servants, Mr. Tharnpfoo; Mr. Redman, &c.~ Lvtcin
5 July 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England