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Lands and Bonies. TO be SOLD, «g Neat and convenient modern-built s- ' od , .O-ULj, Garden, and a Piece,of

Lands and Bonies. TO be SOLD, «g Neat and convenient modern-built s- ' od , .O-ULj, Garden, and a Piece,of

Ground adjoining in- »■ dition may be made to the "*M Houfe), and alfother Appurtenances thereof f fituate in the principal Street in Ram/gate, near the Middle of the Town, and the Occupation Mrs. Elizabeth' Bucket, Widow. Alfo, A PIECE OF ARABLE LAND, containing Two Acres, more
20 August 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
» TO BE SOLD AUCTION. the City Canterbury, Friday the 26A1 Inft. 'at o'Clock " c Afternoon, Pieces, or upwards,

» TO BE SOLD AUCTION. the City Canterbury, Friday the 26A1 Inft. 'at o'Clock " c Afternoon, Pieces, or upwards,

of the beft: jj white coarfe HOPEAGGING; to be Lots : And, fome Pieces of the fame Time. Feather Beds, on Sale for ready Money, great Number of cleanFeatherßeds,Bolfters, . moft of them as good new, . following low Prices, A good Feather Bed, Bolfter and Biilow, - - Sort ditto o
20 August 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DIED.] On Monday of fever, Mr. John Barnard, an eminent Surgeon at Colchefter, ElTex. On Thurfday, at her houfe near

DIED.] On Monday of fever, Mr. John Barnard, an eminent Surgeon at Colchefter, ElTex. On Thurfday, at her houfe near

Dean's Yard, Weftminfter, Mrs. Thomafin Wynne. Ihe fame day Weftminfter, Mr. Fleet, Mailer of thofe curious gardens that place, well known by his name. On Monday, at Capt. Plummer's on Blackheath, Mr. Jofhua Territ, aged near 100, who had ferved in the navy upwards of 50 years.
20 August 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PLANTATION .NEWS. From the New-York Gazette of Sept. z6. Boston, September 29. AT a meeting the freeholders other inhabitants of

PLANTATION .NEWS. From the New-York Gazette of Sept. z6. Boston, September 29. AT a meeting the freeholders other inhabitants of

this town, legally qualified, at Faneuilhall, on Monday the 12th inltant, the meeting was opened with prayer the Rev. Dr. Cooper, the Hon. James Otis, was chofen Moderator; and a report being made, that his Excellency the Governor had intimated his appichenfions that one or more
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
For the Bath and Bristol Chronicle. LETTER V. » ■ <Hornine;n pagiua naftra fapit. THERE is fcarce a crime perpetrated

For the Bath and Bristol Chronicle. LETTER V. » ■ <Hornine;n pagiua naftra fapit. THERE is fcarce a crime perpetrated

on earth, fcarce a hand imbrued in the blood a brother, in which Avarice does not operate, and is the heinous caufe thereof. Alike, in the abject and exalted of life, the mifchief of this groveling;, earth-loving, execrable ferpent, is to be feared. The moll foaring ambition, in
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

M Rome » September ii. / , conference which the Minifters from L crowns the Houfe of Bourbon Xl the da yelterday with Cardinal they delivered the anfwers thef / "fpeftive courts te the Pope's briefs. *™ bavc not yet appeared in public, it's known that they contain in fubftance,
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

No News in this Day's Gazette. Aniv'd the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Corsica, 03. 11. the inft. the French troops made motion near Borgo, with a view of r\ incloling the Corlkans between two fires, but without fuccefs. The former made three feveral attacks, but we
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
«.converted nto " • vice i-navity, and corruption link 'As focialplealuresflow •oni mutual ben/ficence, ft muft all reaprocal happinefs from

«.converted nto " • vice i-navity, and corruption link 'As focialplealuresflow •oni mutual ben/ficence, ft muft all reaprocal happinefs from

the public font B rice dams up all the ftuices of bounty, impedes t.ieir S, and thus confines the ftream to its own Sent. The infamous prevalence from indolence and theexcemve w*. money , 'tis facrificing time to the worft and vdeft of purpole , ought to be expelled all governme
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the fclNO's T f li admirable KSSE N C L 1 bciflg abf and iidallil-ie for Gl fetninal of all

the fclNO's T f li admirable KSSE N C L 1 bciflg abf and iidallil-ie for Gl fetninal of all

kinds, and all manner Decays the like of which for Certainty in' d"m Cafes, has never equalled. It l v " the Venereal from taking Place, N. Thole who fulpecl they have received anvl ' Drops the above Essence, Wight and Morni'n' 1 a Dl.'h Tea or other Liquor, in the fnff C al the
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
City, NOTI C is hereby given, That General Meeting the Co-pa.tncis til the 1 f\- OFFICE will he held si

City, NOTI C is hereby given, That General Meeting the Co-pa.tncis til the 1 f\- OFFICE will he held si

the Guild-lull in the f « itv Ml the Bth of November, Ten •'Clock the lorcnoon, putfuant the licks Co-partnei Ship, By Order cf tht Director!, WILLIAM ricrk. ' MR. D LA MAIN has opened Public DANCING-SCHOOL for Young Gentlemen"and Laui.es at his Houfc in Wtflgatt'Strtet, B A H,
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England