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72>ii Day, June if, 1768, «/ PnHiJbtJ,

72>ii Day, June if, 1768, «/ PnHiJbtJ,

(Heatljr iiiOAavo, Price Fire Shilliagt, in Boaidi, ornamented wilb an elegant M a* of the WORLD coloured, and oibcr Copper Platca adapted to uleful Woik, the Whole to be completed in Ten Volume*) vol. r. OF THE Hiftory of all Nations, Both Ancient and Modern; CONTAINING A ratio
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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
 
ALL PE Rs6 NS who have any DEMANDS the ESTATE and EFFECTS of Thomai Winlliip, late of South Shields, in

ALL PE Rs6 NS who have any DEMANDS the ESTATE and EFFECTS of Thomai Winlliip, late of South Shields, in

the County of Ouibam, Ship-builder, deceafcd, ate delired (6 fend Account theieof to Elieabetfa WinOilp, his Widow and AdminifttKiiia, of to Mi Leiteney, Attorney at Eaw, in Mottb Shields: And ail Fetfons who flood indebted to the laid Thomas Wialhip, at the Time Of his Death, a
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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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
 
To C O V i: 11 ill is S^fon.

To C O V i: 11 ill is S^fon.

C O V 11 ill is At FiitfaU, near Chc.lcr-le-jh cct, in the County of One Guinea a i\. a. J SlUling l c SServantt T’f)L', FELLOW, ruing nine Yc.ifs old ; was got Old Culw, the oilier Pedigree uudeni. ble, and after winning the King’s Plate Leith, and fever 1 other I’latcs, he had
25 June 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SaturDap's #oft.

SaturDap's #oft.

From L-cvyd's Evening Pojl of Frid.iy Night [Brought from London by Exprefs.] Ti.is Duy arrived the Mail from France Stockholm, June 3 lVJ!"tj)"( r *Hf. King, who was lately thrown off V" T Q t^ lt - ox °^ a Carriage, and dragged a &. ■* A confiderable Way, (as mentioned in ty-f
25 June 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Printed by W. JACKSON in the High Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Printed by W. JACKSON in the High Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Orders bf Remov<.l, Certificates, &c. &c. &c g^- All I.cttcj. to the Printer arc defircd to be fent Poft Paul ; and our Correfpondcnt. arc particularly requeued to communicote nothing but Fafl».
25 June 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Arrived the Mails fmm Holland and Flanders.

Arrived the Mails fmm Holland and Flanders.

From the London Gazette, June 21. Stockhoim, June 3. THE King of Sweden was in danger of being killed by a fall laft Tuefday. His Majefty, driving the Queen and the Princefs Sophia Alberti- na in a four-wheeled chaife, a fudden jolt threw him out of the box, and not being able t
25 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland