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-©cmoafs fi>o(L L 0 N D 0 N, Jti ne 1.8. Thf following extraordinary Letter was font on Tttej'dav Morning lift lo Mr. Morley, Book, and Print-Seller, iv . it. Clement's Churcb-Tard. ■' ■ ' ?? SIR, London, 13th June, 1768. IT *_" AVING feveral Times lately had Occa- P. M fion to p
24 June 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To be Sold AUCTION, beginning July next', at the RED LYON this City, ONE undivided Moiety Two FREEHOLD ESTATES, the

To be Sold AUCTION, beginning July next', at the RED LYON this City, ONE undivided Moiety Two FREEHOLD ESTATES, the

Property of the late Mr. George Pearch of this City. The firft of which is a good Farm, pkafantly and conveniently fituated in Stoneftreet, in the of Petham, about four Miles South the City Canterbury • of a large well-built brick well fupplied with Water, newfloor'd Barn, Stabl
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BEAUME DE VIE; By His Majefty's Letters Patents, THE fickly Seafon of laft Spring, and Part the Summer, has convinced

BEAUME DE VIE; By His Majefty's Letters Patents, THE fickly Seafon of laft Spring, and Part the Summer, has convinced

many Thoufands of both Town and Country, of the powerful of the BEAUME VIE curing the Difordera which then prevailed all over this Kingdom particularly Intermitting Fevers, Scurvies, Bilious Cholicks, Gouty Spafras in the Stomach and Bowels, Hyfteric Complaints, and other Nervou
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Of Curving CUCKOLDS. A Lord that of late, with idle fcorn, Of fome that wore invilibly the horn Said he

Of Curving CUCKOLDS. A Lord that of late, with idle fcorn, Of fome that wore invilibly the horn Said he

could wifh, and did for his own part, AllCuckoldsin theThames,with all hisheart." When lo! plcafant Knight reply'd to him, ' I hope yourLordfhip then has learn'd to fwim.' A FABLE. A Tree, 'tis faid, Aylefb'ry grew, As tall Oak, as tough as Yew; The woodmen faw, with envious eye
25 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Monday the 27th of June inftant, Three o'clock in the afternoon, at the of

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Monday the 27th of June inftant, Three o'clock in the afternoon, at the of

the HEAD, CHILLENDEN, A FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, or TENEMENT, with the Outhoufe or Building, Yard, Garden, and Land thereunto belonging, containing together about half an acre, little more or lefs, fituntc,- lying and being in Chillenden-ftrcet, now the occupation of Benjamin Pittock.
22 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Extract ofi a letter from Afh, June ia.

Extract ofi a letter from Afh, June ia.

< The man, who robbed Mr. Philip Harrifon a lev/ days fince near WalJerfhare, was apprehend- ed the next day at the Silver Lion at Dover • be was feized fuddenly by four perfons, who pretend- ed to drink and converfe with him, and an unload- ed and one loaded piftol were found i
27 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMEN T S. Vlf ALTER. HUNTER from Sunder- ▼ v land, in the county of Dutham, who has refided in

ADVERTISEMEN T S. Vlf ALTER. HUNTER from Sunder- ▼ v land, in the county of Dutham, who has refided in

Edinburgh upwards of iwo years, ii* re- turned from Glaigow, and intends to ftay in tils place for three weks, and then fets out fir Aber- deen, and is now to be met with at Robert Gibb's ?? _ ar Archibal ! Hfrrict'i Stabler in C"3nongaie-head, orat William Hardies at the Old Cr
22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I. *, SHIP N E WS.

I. *, SHIP N E WS.

I . *, SHIP N E WS. j. f Friends Goodwill from Aberdeen ; the ?? ll^' from Invernefs ; and the WiUiam and „ ' ,r tni Berwick arrived in the 1 hi.n.cs cc the , T _nt ' U*, " nn f° r Aberdeen was cleared to fail the f. ; , t ?? [ J,af gow and Paifley Pacquet Capt. Thom- \ ?? honi L
22 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AULAV MACAULAY, tea dealer. In St. Ann’s Square. Manchefter, Sdls all Sorts of 'Teas, Coffee, and Chocolate , Wholesale and

AULAV MACAULAY, tea dealer. In St. Ann’s Square. Manchefter, Sdls all Sorts of 'Teas, Coffee, and Chocolate , Wholesale and

Retail. The Prices of TEAS arc from as. Bd. per Pound, 175. whom may had, his laji Edition of SHORT-HAND. which is the Art of Swift Writing, and is very taking down Sermons, Speeches Tryal*. Debates; alfo for Wr.t.ng rough Draught, ronvin'’ of Letters, Bills, or other Writings w
28 June 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England