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rof. D. , Sept. 27. ago died, in Antrim, Hungerford Sketlington, Ear! of Mafferrene, `lembers for the execute a warrant

rof. D. , Sept. 27. ago died, in Antrim, Hungerford Sketlington, Ear! of Mafferrene, `lembers for the execute a warrant

the popul.ice .ite gallows, and bread in the wa- F. W S. , ifle fair on the (hew of black Itifh or Galthe Ifighiand as they could what they colt .ay aft between lock at night, a to' Mr. , i!one in Kent, nine bags one ILty-barn. led by puttirg from the and not be'ng out. Pow s fe
11 October 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
, iffiowing is a copy of a petition reported to the \ Ut honfe of Rcprefentatives ofthe Maffachu- f-tfs Bay-,

, iffiowing is a copy of a petition reported to the \ Ut honfe of Rcprefentatives ofthe Maffachu- f-tfs Bay-,

by a committee, and under their con- (kre.tion, when the Affimbly was diffolved. t'-i'iE, your Majefty's moft dutiful and faithful Yy fubjctSts, the Reprefentatives of your anci- tand loyal province of the Malfiachufett's Bay, ■"nreifcd with the decpeft ftnfe of gratitude to J\j
8 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An Epigram from ths French.

An Epigram from ths French.

LET him who hates dancing, ne'er go to a ball ; Nor him to the ocean, whom dangers appall ; Nor him to a feaft, wbo already has din'd ; Nor him to the court, who will fpc*k out his mind.
8 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WATSON,

WATSON,

Wholesaie and Retail CONFECTIONER and TEA-MAN, in the Bigg-market, Newcaftle, QErves ES E RTS for Entertainmemts in the belt end cheapcft Manner; make* and fcllt al Soul wet and dry Sweetmeat!; candied Ftuita of all Kindi; belt pecfumed Sugat Plumbs and Comfits of all Sons, with
8 October 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
J O H N AS H L E Y,

J O H N AS H L E Y,

O H N AS Y, the Dwelling Houfe, late Mr CRaMLINC’i ON’s, the lover End of ihe Broad Chair, next the Key, at Ne ‘Cattle upon I yne, tegs Leave to acquaint the Nobility. Gehtr<, Uc. r T'HAT he was *>o;sig to pack up'all the Rem,tinder the valuable COLLECTION CHINA. &c. now his CuDo
8 October 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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" On JOHN TISSEY, a late Punster.

" On JOHN TISSEY, a late Punster.

MERRY was he, for whom we now are fad, His Jokes were many, and but few were bad. The gay, the jocund, fprightly active foul, No more fhall pun, alas ! no more (hall bowl. Now at his Tomb mcthinks I hear him fay I never lik'd to be in a gravt way ; Then by the by he cries, for a
8 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
i -'-If- ,'•'"•" Otf'JoHN Tissev, a late Punften

i -'-If- ,'•'"•" Otf'JoHN Tissev, a late Punften

i ?? ,'•'"•" Otf'JoHN Tissev, a late Punften MERRY was he for whom we now are fad, His' Jokes were many, and but few were bad> jay, the jocund, fprightly active Soul, No more fhall pun, alas! no more lhall bowl. 'NoW at his Tomb "methinks I hear him fay • never lik'd to be in a G
14 October 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
■Jjhey are very bufy at York-Hbufe iri fitting rip, clean- ing, and airing the Apartments, for the Reception of his

■Jjhey are very bufy at York-Hbufe iri fitting rip, clean- ing, and airing the Apartments, for the Reception of his

Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, who is ,expecled (Wind and Weather permitting) fome Time on Sunday, or Monday Morning next, from his Voyage to the Mediterranean. The feveral ExprefTes arrived at the Court End of the Town fince Sunday, have occaiioned no little Bullle amon
14 October 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Oct. 6.

LONDON, Oct. 6.

Letters from Genoa fay, The Appxcktnfiont the concerning Great Britain's intenneridling in the Affairs ot Corfica, have- at length totally and it faid, the latter aclually l»cen tied a feerct Article the late Fontainbleau, from giving any Aiiirtancc to tlicCorficans.” By Letter
11 October 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, October 6.

LONDON, October 6.

On Monday fome difpatches arrived town from Copenhagen, which were immediately fent to the King of Denmark Newmarket j in confequence of which, part of his retinue arrived in town the next day. Tuefday part of the baggage of his Danifh Majefty fet off from St. James's for Dover,
13 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England