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EDINBU RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at thesr F' 1 * ing-houfe in the

EDINBU RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at thesr F' 1 * ing-houfe in the

Parliaiiient-clofe, where Advertisements and Subs cm pti oms are taken in-
22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Letter figned WILLIAM STEADY is receded, and the Author may depend its being- in Saturday's Paper. The. Printerr will

The Letter figned WILLIAM STEADY is receded, and the Author may depend its being- in Saturday's Paper. The. Printerr will

happy to have tbe opportunity of obliging the Public the frequent Corrcfpondence of fuch friend. Y. is received beg Pardon for the mif-print of his firft Letter, and {hall endeavor for our own Credit to be as coired as poffible- But are extremely forrv to under the Neccflity inf
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

arfaw, May 21. The- general diet rohfli Prufiia having broken up without fuccefs, the three great towns of that province, in conformity to the King's refcript, have fent manifefbo to theGrod, containing pofitive affurances of their obedience. PLANTATION NEWS. Bofton, May 12. Tue
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Ifaac Twycrofs, late of "Warwick, in Warwickfhire, lhopkeeper, but now of Lawrence Poultncy-lanc, London, merchant; to appear June and 30, at Guildhall. James Woolley, of Brornefgrove, in Warcefterlhire, hop-merchant ; appear July 13, 14, and 30, at dwelling-ho of William Taylor
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
London, June 20, 1768. now fell Old Hops, 1766, from 3 10 s. to 41. in Bags ; Ditto Pockets

London, June 20, 1768. now fell Old Hops, 1766, from 3 10 s. to 41. in Bags ; Ditto Pockets

3 1. ICS. t0'4.1, ios. New Hops in Bags 31* 10 s. to 41. Bs. Pockets 41. 43. Fine cl. 1. s. PRICES of GRAIN, &c. Canterbury. Wheat 42s to to cos per Quarter. Beans 20s to Barley 20 s to 24s ditto Oats 14 to 17s ditto Amber Malt 00s to 30s ditto Jeafe 24s to 28s ditto to 32s ditt
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From ihe London Papers "June 18. I

From ihe London Papers "June 18. I

Wariano ?? 21. The General Diet of Polifh. Pruffia havmg broken up without fuccefs, the three greit towns of that province, in conformiry to the King's Refer -or, hive fent a Mauifefto to the Grod, containing pofitive aflurances of their obecbence. Jderiln May 24 Oie Jacob Menco
22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
f0 the ? iU N T ER.

f0 the ? iU N T ER.

f 0 the ? iU N T ER. J r -sr-HEN man was created in a ftate of \*i_ A f perfection, furrounded with ail the I. ■ / beauties of a glorious paradife, he V v was at the fame time made to un- Wbe had a Sovereign Lord, to whofe ir'' , ?? ,- .-md he ought to be obedient ; and i" 8 "',
22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Lord Chamberlain's office, June 18. 1

Lord Chamberlain's office, June 18. 1

Lord Chamberlain' s office, June 18. 1 Sucli ladies as deiire to dance minuets at the ball at court on Thurfday next the 2?d inftant, . re re- qoeded to fend their names and rank t> tliis office, on orb- fore Tuefday next tht 21ft inftant; and to fend for thtir tickets themxt day
22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

Doctor Pottor, Dean of this city, has refigned his place of being one of his Majefty's Chaplains ordinary, to make room for the promotion the younger clergy. On Sunday morning an exprefs arrived Dover, with orders to detain the mail, which had been put on board the packet boat,
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England