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■lo the P 1. I N T 1- R., &c..S I R,

■lo the P 1. I N T 1- R., &c..S I R,

■lo the P 1 . I N T 1- R., &c. S I R, '"T -% 11 I. general _iu.itigfac.ion which 's at JL prefent very manifelt in almolt all tanks of people, is worthy ferious attention j and the .antes of that dilf.it isfa-lion fhould be cure- fully examined into, and every probable means empl
21 June 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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li arfiaw, May i.e. ?? New engagement happened lately, JC HX near Buiracz, betwo n the Ru'f- -1 A J fiani and the Confederates. The ?? ?? former, comaiand-d by Colonel R_Jt- tie: \\ eifin in, have entirely defeat- ed the latter, who had about _oo ari.n killed, am! loft fix pice:
21 June 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Carrick-on-Sttre, June 4. This day a fire brokeout atafmitli's forgi_in New-Street, which having immediately communicated itfelf to the adjoining houfes, burned with filch rapidity, that In at) hour and half, upwards of'ioo thatched houfes were burned to the ground. A child abou
28 June 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

(r-jr- Arriv'd the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Stockholm, June 3. ?? HE King, who was LT.ely thrown off _A. _g tne box of a ""'age ' and dragged Q T __3 a confitierable way, [as mention- -7K ?R ed in the ill page of this paper,] .SJOK finding himfelf but little hur
28 June 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POLITICAL CONTROVERSY.

POLITICAL CONTROVERSY.

CERTAIN it is that the whole people are the public, and the beft judges whe- ther things go well or ill with the public. True it is, that they cannot all fee diltant dangers, nor watch th<J*motions, or guefs the deligns, of neighbouring (fates ; but every cobler can judge, as we
28 June 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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cj- SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISEMENTS, and Letters of Intelligence, are taken in at the Printing-Office at Nev-Street End; where PRINTING in all

cj- SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISEMENTS, and Letters of Intelligence, are taken in at the Printing-Office at Nev-Street End; where PRINTING in all

its Branches, is ?? in the n.ateft Manner, and at the lowed Prices.
28 June 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Monday the court of common pleas was moved, that as Mr. Wilkes's outlawry was now reverted, ,h£. at liberty to withdraw his demurrer to Lord Halifax's plea and reply, but the court were of opinion, that it was proper to give a term's notice of this motion, and Mr. Wilkes's attor
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

L. fhips companies that are lately * d the river from the Weft Into «d the Leeward Illands, are em:j in unloading the feveral veflels s belong to ; fo that the lumpers, iff * y were called, are almoft turned LA*s they had been guilty of many es beard the merchant Ihips. Yefteida
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

The Letter figned ANGLIC ANUS fhall, if poffible, have place in our next.---8.8.'s Defcription of the late dreadful ftorm is too incorrect for publication. —-L. L.'s Favors Ihall be always gratefully received.-Th? ELEGY to a Friend in our next. Letter from Cranbrook, June 22. W
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the Printer the KENTIS H GAZE T E. Pendent opera interrupts* Virg. Mr. Printer, YOU Pi. prefent correfpondent the

To the Printer the KENTIS H GAZE T E. Pendent opera interrupts* Virg. Mr. Printer, YOU Pi. prefent correfpondent the

descendant of as (launch a and High~cburchman as ever bore thofe titles—l may truly fay, I imbib'd the principles of pailive-obedience, and orthodoxy, with my mother's milk. Elence it has been, that from the time I became capable reafoning or fentimcnt, without the leaft tendenc
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England