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LONDON.

LONDON.

A gentleman juit landed from France fays, that when he left Paris, a report prevailed, that the Duke de Ch---1, the French Prime Minifter, had been tabbed one the Princes of the Blood theoceafion faid to have been as follows: a council held at Verfailles iii prefence of his whic
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
* To Sold AUCTION, or. SATURDAY next the 16th of July Inft. at the RED LYON, the City of CANTERBURY,

* To Sold AUCTION, or. SATURDAY next the 16th of July Inft. at the RED LYON, the City of CANTERBURY,

ONE undivided Moiety Two FREEHOLD ESTATES, the Property of the late Mr, George Pearch of this City. The firft of which is good Farm, pleafantly and conveniently fituated in Stoneftreet, in the Parifh of Petham, about four Miles South of the City of Canterbury; confuting of a lar
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the R. A LATE correfpondentof yours has, I obferve, hinted a fufpicion that the Speech could not be the

To the R. A LATE correfpondentof yours has, I obferve, hinted a fufpicion that the Speech could not be the

genuine . Uction °f the grave perfonage to whom ls publicly aferibed. I will venture to - f pofitive this point; and endevor to * beyond a doubt, that the very firft fen- isfpurious,and is afhocking contempt Bench where Righteoufnefs and ru have undoubtedly met together.' . *"or
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MONDAY, July 11.

MONDAY, July 11.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Warfaw, June 18. King has to each of O Senators an univerfalia r holding the approaching '■'■••• > Dyet, and others arc actually difpatching all the Palatinates, that their LWetines are to elect deputies to that aliembly. The Commimon of the Treafury an edict th
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

One day laft week, a man Bredgar, who had long been difordered in his mind, and lately-made an. attempt to cut his threat, was found hanging his own houfc.—The Jury fat on the body, and brought it lunacy.' On Thurfday laft a melancholy accident happened Mill; Henry Atwood, grind
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

k-ome, June 15. Yefterday ex- P arrived here, with advice, that a of Neapolitan troops had, on the ith inft. taken pofieffion of Benevento; and that the Prelate, who is governor of the city, is now on his return to Rome. We are affured that the fame troops will foon take poflefl
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TUESDAY, July 12.

TUESDAY, July 12.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Paris, June 27. E Queen has bequeathed her patrimonial eliate, amounting to more 100,000 crowns year, to the Mefdames of France, who are to divide it into four equal parts. Her Majelty has left her largeft diamond to the Dauphin, and federal jewels to the Ladies
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
JACK. A new fug, for the glorious mob cf.Old England.

JACK. A new fug, for the glorious mob cf.Old England.

JACK. A new fug, for the glorious mob cf Old England. To the Tuns of the Times, or Tothili Downs. OF all the facks that England knows, There's" none like Jack that fquints O J If you can look beyond your nofe, You'll nmlerftand om- hints O- Tol de rol, &c. It is the Jack fo fmart
13 July 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WANTED. BREECHES MAKER as foreman: Such a Perfon, applying to Mr. ISAAC BROWN, at NEW ROMNEY, have conftant Employ. "om

WANTED. BREECHES MAKER as foreman: Such a Perfon, applying to Mr. ISAAC BROWN, at NEW ROMNEY, have conftant Employ. "om

his Schools near LONDON, being obliged, on the Death of Mr. Tothall, of Dover, Gent, to refide there, and advifed to teach at Canterbury : HAS opened a SHOOL, for the Reception of young Ladies ana Gentlemen, Mr. Hall's Aflembly-room, Old Jury Lane, Monday laft, to continue every
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

jor Lyme of Weftminfter, Middle] Vintner. Thompfon, of Mary Le Bonne,
13 July 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England