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the CORRESPONDENTS. d e on Difpenfations of Provid Ce * figned V. declares faircorrefpondto pollefs fuch principles as do honor

the CORRESPONDENTS. d e on Difpenfations of Provid Ce * figned V. declares faircorrefpondto pollefs fuch principles as do honor

to , ." he happy to deferve her , but can by no means compliment bus" , author -—"The of the Reft an 4 Extempore rauft convince corre-°7? ent . refpe&for his character. th~ nes ne( C. are received, but compliment is too profufe for publica-0£ Tom and Will feem to a couple v Ver
29 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

Birmingham, June 20. Laft week fix Mrs. K .<ve'» tervauts, of i On: to leek for Iheep that weie miffing, occafio .ed the flood there, the by trie ot the flsam. snd they were all j. £a:h, 20. week .u: C |,;l lain ,0 K »'l Powlett, and Vicar ,L /". . WJ «"»«l'ed I'.tbend c -t''cdr
30 June 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
T# be S O L to the bed EiJJcr, Eirhcr together or in Parcels, On Turf Jay the Day of

T# be S O L to the bed EiJJcr, Eirhcr together or in Parcels, On Turf Jay the Day of

July, 1768, between tie Hours Four and Eight in the Afternoon, at the tiouje of Mr. Robert Anderjon, by the George Inn Spalji/'g :n County of Lincoln, ft ill Inn, with the Sables, Warvhoufcs, and other Out-houfes the belonging, near the High-Bridge .n Spilling Alio a Mel(uigc or
30 June 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Ode for his Majesty's Birthday, June a, 1768,

Ode for his Majesty's Birthday, June a, 1768,

1 REP ARE, prepare your fongs of praife ! The genial month returns 3gain, Her annual rites when Britain pays To her own Monarch of the main. Not on Phoenicia's bending fliore, Whence commerce lirft- her wings eftiy'd j And dar'd th' unfathom'd Deep explore, Smcerer vows the Tyri
29 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold attfaeir^ in g- ho vie in the Parliament-dofe, where

EDINBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold attfaeir^ in g- ho vie in the Parliament-dofe, where

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29 June 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

On the 2 2d u!t. a terrible fire broke out the dwelling-houfe of Mr. Thomas Thomfon, in the parifh of Seal, near Maidftone, which entirely confumed the fame : what lofs the inhabitants fuftained is not yet known. On Thurfday lafl apprentice of Mr. Hills, a butcher Maidftone, goi
29 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the Printer of the KENTISH GAZETTE. S I AS I am a friend to every kind of Liberty, but

To the Printer of the KENTISH GAZETTE. S I AS I am a friend to every kind of Liberty, but

efpecially tbe Religious; it" gives me peculiar emotion either when I fee this Jewel lightly efteemed fome, or perceive its facred rights invaded by others. An inftancc of both lend you in the following, which you are defired to communicate to the public. dwell near an ancient c
29 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, June 28.

LONDON, June 28.

Sunday Seren* the Princes Er eft and of Gothi infoduccd their flics Sf. J«ae* , i. I-e'ters from ij, fsy, u The King PrulTu, the Prince d the two Prince* Hrunlwirk. who ycllerday Loi>, and coni nueJ iheir jjurney Lunen, were proietd ihu day towards Mindeo. As the King Denmark wa
30 June 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

June On Friday night , le inft. fome villain or villains one of the windows the fc ffry room of the church of Snntry, broke open a door which led into r** church, by bending an iron bolt faflened it, and going into tbe ; where the poor-box lay. bought to carry it off, but it bei
29 June 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Charles April 29. The Cherokee Indians, wbo went New-York, with recommendations from John Stuart, Efq; to folieit a peac; with the Northern Indians, having Succeeded under the mediation General Gage and Sir William Juhnion, and concluded a treaty with the fix Confederated Nation
30 June 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England