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MAIDSTONE.

MAIDSTONE.

Wheat to 4+s Oats to Barley to 24s Tares to Br. Malt 28 to 32s Pale Malt 30 to 34s to New Hops Bags 5s 21 10 * ■in Pockets 2 1 00 sto 1
29 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Monday October 31.

Monday October 31.

PLANTATION NEWS. From the New York Gazette Monday, Sept. 26, 1768. Bodon, Sept. 19. a Meeting of the Freeholders, and other inhabitants of the Town of legally and warned in public Town Meeting affembled at Faneuilhall, on Monday the of September, A.D. 1768. The Meeting was opene
29 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

Warfaw, Oct. 8. Notwithstanding the bles in which every province of the is involved, it is certain that feverai dietin have been held with fuccefs, and that they appointed their Deputies to the diet; but * the great Duchy of Lithuania there have bee * only three dietines, the me
29 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
London and Kcmlal FLYING MACHINE, f our IXiys, For the W I N TK S S N, SETS out from

London and Kcmlal FLYING MACHINE, f our IXiys, For the W I N TK S S N, SETS out from

the Swan Inn, in Ladline, Loudon, every and Salurdiy Morning, and from the White Lion Inn, in Kind.i), every and Friday Morning. £. s. d. o Each Infidc Pafllngcr from 1 rredon j Kendal to 1 .rringtou I 3 7 OulfuUs and Children Lap |« ,UM ricr. One Half paid t cooking, the od» a.
29 October 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DRSER T E D,

DRSER T E D,

T E D, lufiie!s Gulloris making Diifhel FROM the 2d Battalion the U M R N", Soldkr, livid i\ t fcvtral Year? wi'.U Lt Col. Ikminck. a Strvilt; .i Vc-iis, 5 Vert IncHcthigh. dark .lr, Fy;« brown Cbmplcxioa, t\.ll f.c> writ Mole* the left Side his Nofc, and w s born (he Worwili, in
29 October 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Mrs. Dutton.

Mrs. Dutton.

EnJ of +th, Mr >. !ll the with, A PO«T-HASTR JOUKNLY «3 After the Mini cr Mr. Shuttr. To which will be adilevl ComeJy two Aft«, (r.cver perform'd thfe) call'd. The MOR T C S« Or. WHO WOULD HAVE IHuU >MI II . Tlcttf.rJ to lull of Mr. Uiifli'h Mr. Koyal'. die Whiting-Street; of Mr
29 October 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
. frioay-s posts s?rSK^«««r^.« w , . ,w ** however. »r« IWI Poffcffioj f - o0 on »be {°": Thanks

. frioay-s posts s?rSK^«««r^.« w , . ,w ** however. »r« IWI Poffcffioj f - o0 on »be {°": Thanks

to the Right r,; ss? fe “• \ r l S , ®-^ -••-• • • r—i-- i «»-««• FmKh * a.“ fulfered in their late >n . omeo( cxpcfted hi. Death. n.uch <he ,e "* . - j| e d. that bcfides T, JLrj-, sc’nnkht, Northallerton, the sol. for foot 1, 1(1-. F** '* Cooni de Marbauf, the Marquis Olds, wo
29 October 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
O I I

O I I

I TICJKETS, and great Variety SHAKES of Tickets, the ■ttety, which begms Drawing (be i4-h of November nest, ate now T. SLACK*i, bookfeller, the Printing Prefs * (alfo h-d of the Ne»f»en.) In thit Lonety there arc two Prives 10 coo I. font ta.ooo I. fiveofjoool. to of toco I. at o
29 October 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
. icollicr*.? %t3c I

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. icollicr*.— %t3c It. BtntfUk, Samuel Chrl4it«« .Hcton,»ConOaiit Ado. Hull', Frank, eollicrs. (tonficrs cfeared (Jjtvfards, OH* 17« - A <?///«*, St'.ikiu. George. Pack*t. Otf. & ai. if.v//, Willi.im and H?.nrtaii, Fr.TiK-ls, Miry and Hunuah StcektcM* Maudllcy. .\ev'Ct,-j}U- Fame
29 October 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
f0 the Publtfber oj ihe Caledonian Mercury.

f0 the Publtfber oj ihe Caledonian Mercury.

f 0 the Publtfber oj ihe Caledonian Mercury. s : R, T-iERE is not a more hearty well-wiiher to the fuccefs of the canal between the Forth and Clyde than myfelf. — The country is much indebted to the gen- •jeme:, who have promoted tbis great national ob- .« md lam confident that t
29 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland