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LONDON.

LONDON.

FRIDAY, October E3#ra*9t of letter from Copenhagen to a Gentleman London, dated Sept- 16. , Otwithftanding our moft gracious Sove- reign is now on a vifit your kingdom, and according to the Englifh papers, his time feems to be wholly taken in gratifying his curiofity, yet his Ma
5 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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Bajfeterre, in St. Cbrijlopber's, July 13. By accounts from St. Croix, we hear, that on Fri- day kill the 15th inft. a moft dreadful fire hap- pened therei It is faid to have begun on Mr. Manning's eftate, and in a fliort time to have communicated to nine otlier eltates, deftroy
11 October 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE PRINTER. I grant in body and in mind Nature appears profufely kind Truft not to that, aft you

TO THE PRINTER. I grant in body and in mind Nature appears profufely kind Truft not to that, aft you

your part. Imprint gocd motals on the Heart; Impartially their talents fcan, Juft education forms the man. 'TP d be done by, one would JL think fufficient reftraint upon any, who would give themfelves the leaft time to confadcr, they in all probability may be fathers and mothers
16 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MAIDSTONE.

MAIDSTONE.

Wheat to Oats to Barley to 24s HogPeafe 24 to Br. Malt 28 to 32s N. Beans to Pale Malt . New Hops in Bags 8s to 2I Pockets 00a to
16 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Notices, &c KENT, October 18, 1768. To the Nobility, Gentlemen, Clergy, and Others concerned, WHEREAS the Fording the River STOUR

Notices, &c KENT, October 18, 1768. To the Nobility, Gentlemen, Clergy, and Others concerned, WHEREAS the Fording the River STOUR

is attended with many Inconveniencies, and frequently impracticable, whereby the Communication with the life of Thanet is greatly obftructed : There is now under Confideration a PLAN for erecting a BRIDGE over the fame. It is requcfted, a Meeting may held on Wednesday the ad of
16 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY. are defircd to contradict the paragraph the London papers, which mentions Sir William Mayne's offering himlelf a Candidate for

CANTERBURY. are defircd to contradict the paragraph the London papers, which mentions Sir William Mayne's offering himlelf a Candidate for

the City Coventry, as it was done without his knowledge, and apprehends in order prejudice him his Election for Canterbury. Wedncfday laft was tried at Faverfttam, before the Worfhipful ■ Franklin, Mayor of that town, James Laurence, of the parilh of Chidet, for Horfe-ftealing,
26 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
!9fibKi6on'j E next

!9fibKi6on'j E next

Montldyot" the Lath of t Meeting his Ma- SCRAY. J jelly's Juftices of the Peace, acting in and for the laid Divifion, is adjourned Thurfday the ift of December next, then to holdenat theDover-Caftle atGreenftreet, in the Parifh of Dinftead, and County of Kent. T O E" S O~L D, A L
26 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Reports fforh the DajLlt Paper.*

Reports fforh the DajLlt Paper.*

< We ne^-that the King ?? a- Prefent to 'tiie Right' jtfoiw the Earl of Hertford,"' Lord Chamberlain, and the. R^ht-HonvtheJEnrl. Talbot^ Lrtd'&evvaid, #f a Ring, valued at 1500b' each. „:v Yellerday Evening, at Five. o'.Clock ■ .one of the Reti : mie who attended the King of De
21 October 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
N E W M A XX E TrR A C E S.-conCluded' '•

N E W M A XX E TrR A C E S.-conCluded' '•

Saturday laft P. Blajcc, __f/jrs..Jbay Gelding, Leader* four Years, old Bft. 81b. beat Mr. Pigott's bay Hor.fft Conundrum, fix Years old, alt. for 200 Guineas, pla£ or pay, Rowley's Mile. .. , ■ . ?? v 1 A Suhfcription of Fifty Guineas each, for Fivf-Year- Olds, Weight oil. B. C
21 October 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MR BRAIDWOOD, ofEdinburah, having already taught feveral Pcrfon,. who were deaf and dumb, to ipeak, read, and underftand the grammatical

MR BRAIDWOOD, ofEdinburah, having already taught feveral Pcrfon,. who were deaf and dumb, to ipeak, read, and underftand the grammatical

Coqßrudf ion the i'.ngliflt Eaneurge, alfo to write and cypher; and being willing (0 extend his Practice in that Art, hereby gives Notice, That it ready to undertake the InttrudVion an additional Number of Pupils to thufe prefent under bit Care. Mr Braidwood applied to the Rev.
1 October 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England