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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

From the French head quarters Corlica, Oct. 30. We have lately received a reinforcement of eight battalions, and expected three other regiments of four battalions each, which are near Toulon, but they mull flay where they are cantoned, the bad weather will lender encampment impr
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To SOLD, Saturday the icth of December the Afternoon, the White Horfe.at S?ndway, near Lenham, Acres of UNDERWOOD, Mar- low

To SOLD, Saturday the icth of December the Afternoon, the White Horfe.at S?ndway, near Lenham, Acres of UNDERWOOD, Mar- low

Farm, fituated Le:iham-hill. For further Particular's enquire of William Turner or of GEORGE WALKER, Bookfeller and Stationer, cppofite the Marketplace, in Faverfham. Miner of X 7 HERE AS Court Baron LYMINGE. VV Golden for the Manor On the 1 jth Day of October laft,. many of the
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Rochcftcr-Fn-nlgeTNov. 2ft 1768."" be SOLD, ABOUT Forty-Three ELM TIMBER TREES, and Eleven ASH, now landing upon the Lands belonging to

Rochcftcr-Fn-nlgeTNov. 2ft 1768."" be SOLD, ABOUT Forty-Three ELM TIMBER TREES, and Eleven ASH, now landing upon the Lands belonging to

Langdon- Farm, near in the' Occupation of Mr, John Murtun, belonging to the Wardens and Commonalty Rocheftcr-bridge. Such inclined buy the fame may attend and driver their Writing, up, the Audit-Chamber, the Crown Inn Yard, Rechalter, Friday the 6th Day of January next, between-
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Subfcriptions and Advertifcmens for th.s are taken Mr, STEPHEN KATTE, BATTLE SUSSEX

Subfcriptions and Advertifcmens for th.s are taken Mr, STEPHEN KATTE, BATTLE SUSSEX

26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
tea, a of Breakftfting; Herbs, Strengthening, pieafant, and reviving j r from the evils Srfcipfc attend the tea, and ot

tea, a of Breakftfting; Herbs, Strengthening, pieafant, and reviving j r from the evils Srfcipfc attend the tea, and ot

power and virtue to remove and cure them. ttrengther.s the ftomach, reftores lax fibre*, cures habitual haed-aehs, and opens cbftructions of the vtfeera; it's mild aitriction it itrengthens the whole habit, and yet keeps the body fallible. Thejapanefe, who drink great deal of te
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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the PUB C, late Ward's invaluable MediciiifiSi prepared from the Receipts given that Gentleman his Death, to John Page, Efq;

the PUB C, late Ward's invaluable MediciiifiSi prepared from the Receipts given that Gentleman his Death, to John Page, Efq;

Member for Chichelier, and by him moll beltov. Ed the Public, are to be had of the Perfons hereunder mentioned; wheat may had gratis, Directions for taking the faid Medicines, and an Account of their Effedfs Thefe Medicines have been difpenfed for thefe two lall Years part, in c
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
wao for . li. of fuch Boys are the " Foundation' the faid School, find the Books their own prooff

wao for . li. of fuch Boys are the " Foundation' the faid School, find the Books their own prooff

" Coft and Charges : —And that they arc not *' to be found by the Mailer,' (unlets deured by the Parents) of which they are take Notice, And it is alio Ordered, that they '* are to pay Six-pence per Quarter the Mailer oi the faid School; for the " Pens and Ink, that Public!: Not
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

Aug. 15. The king's troops i\ere the town Baftia in not having communication thofe Sr. lorent, although the ice between them was only three j Count de Marboeuf fignified in f r,t to M. Paoli, the neceffity of communication; but without returning any anfwer, caui'ed an attack to
20 August 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England