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aotjcttifemcntsfa $fr . St AiJ -re's, Oxford, Of- le '768. T H O M A S^-l. ETT, BEING removed from

aotjcttifemcntsfa $fr . St AiJ -re's, Oxford, Of- le '768. T H O M A S^-l. ETT, BEING removed from

his Coal Yard hi Holy-ell, inta St. Aldate's (near the Whaifr) fur the frixater Conve- rueiicy of his Buiinefs, intends there t*> eoatijUM the (,'oal Trade, Wholefale and Retail, and to fell by no other M-;afure than tho Univerfity rl. ndard H'lllicl. He begt leave to return hia
15 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

On Wednefday laft, the Reverend Synod of Gtafgow and Ayr took under their cofideration an appeal by James M'Connell, drummer in Beith, a- jaintt the delays of the Presbytery of Irvine, in not proceeding againft the reverend Mr. Fergufon minifter of Kilwinning, upon a libel of He
15 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
underfUnds Cellar, and wliole Soliiicty and llonefty can voaj.cd for, by p.opcr Cha/afler ft ' al, *P al,, « to

underfUnds Cellar, and wliole Soliiicty and llonefty can voaj.cd for, by p.opcr Cha/afler ft ' al, *P al,, « to

Hair, it will (1111 more agreeable. Apply IO the Printer tbir Paper; to Mr Tiilm Cnhlun. at the Ooldeu Lion Hexham. K Convenient DWELLING-HOUSE ■ii plcifantiy at Orde, withl.i Mile of Berwick, where Walter Kettlehy, Klij; lately livedtogether tuth a large Garden, Coaeli-lionfe,
15 October 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
By the KiNG’s PAJ’ K N

By the KiNG’s PAJ’ K N

the KiNG’s N MAREDANT’s DROPS, For the SCURVY, LEPROSY, Sold hy T. Slack, BookfeHer, in Ncwcaftle, and J. Plckkr n G, Stockton, at Six Shilli liottlr. thofc with the SCURVY. MRS DARE, Mrs Proudman*s 9 No. 25, in Walbrjok, London, pcrfttflJy cured the Ufc of Maredant’s Drops (prep
15 October 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
}Sofl. A London, &c. Saturday, 08. 8. ■"* 'LL Negociation wiih the Earl of Egmont is entirely an End. a.

}Sofl. A London, &c. Saturday, 08. 8. ■"* 'LL Negociation wiih the Earl of Egmont is entirely an End. a.

St. Jmam's, 03. 7. This Day the mod Reverend Father in God Frederick Lord Archbilhop ol Canterbury, was by his Majcily’s Command, fworn of his Majclly*s moll Honourable Privy Council, and took his Place the Board accordingly. Gamut. On Thurfday Night, about Eleven o’Clock, his R
15 October 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

Edinburgh, Ocl. io. Yeflerday in the After- noon, during the Time of divine Worfhtp, an unaccountable Dirturbance happened in a Coun- try Congregation near this Place, occaf.^ned by a trivial Accident : A Man feized with an Epi- leptic Fit, fell down with a moft difmal and hi- d
15 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
printed by W. JACKSON in the High Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

printed by W. JACKSON in the High Street, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Orders of Removal, Certificates, &c. &c. &« t? All 1/ttta* to the, Piiuttr are <lcfi<rcd Vt Ir* fcut Poll Paid , and our Correfpondtnti are particularly requcttcd to communicate nothingbut Fail?.
15 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To bt LET Martinmas mxt.

To bt LET Martinmas mxt.

MALTING, fituate in the Burn- bank, Ne*caftle, «<th STCEF, which con'aint Water Bolls, or rot Bulhelt, having great Flenty of good Water, and all other Convcuieocics necedary, Enquire at Mr Henry Atkiofon’t Olfice, Meacaftle. LET, and tnttred uptn at Old May-day ntxt, TH £ fever
15 October 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MAIDSTONE.

MAIDSTONE.

Wheat 36 to Oats Barley 16 to 24s HogPeafe to Br. Malt 28 to 32s Beans r8 to Pale Malt to 36s New Hops Bags to 21 Pockets 2I 00s to CO*
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Notices, &c. mi. NOYES, of Cranbrooke, I X E T, by many of his Friends, hereby informs the Public, that

Notices, &c. mi. NOYES, of Cranbrooke, I X E T, by many of his Friends, hereby informs the Public, that

he intends immediately to open School for the Education Youth the Latin and Greek Tongues, Writing and Arithmetic, if required : " purpofes to accommodate a few Boarders, * very reafonable Terms,—Great Care Ihall taken of thofe Scholars, whom any Perfons be pleafed put under his
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England