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ADVERTISEMENTS. " I "O be LET, and entered to at Martinma A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, near Laliri "lion, lately poffelfed by

ADVERTISEMENTS. " I "O be LET, and entered to at Martinma A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, near Laliri "lion, lately poffelfed by

ProfrfTor FergufTbn, pleafantly fiiuated in a grafs field, which ti to be I.t a'ong wi-h the houfe. Thei'-* is affo ftabies and coach-huufes .adjoiiirtg, and a gate and private door to he dome sr.inirr<ii;_te_y from" the high road. There h ye been of late confiderab'e alteration
24 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH-

EDINBURGH-

.From Kilfyth we hear, that lately forae Nb' o "*} who were employed in building a church of ?? in that ptriih, being on a fcaffold that was not 1 ?? ficiently fupported, gave way, by which one"'* I loft his life, and two others are in a very dang?' 0 ?? way. i We hear, thar at
22 October 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Corke, Oil, 10. Yefterday Cornelius Sulli- van, Pcpifli Pried, renounced the errors of Fopery in the parifli church of _Rath.coom.-y, and embraced the Protcftant religion.
25 October 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
N 111 C K PRICE. Crc cr, in St. Mary’s-Gatc, Mancliefter, HAVING large Quantity of and other Made Vines him,

N 111 C K PRICE. Crc cr, in St. Mary’s-Gatc, Mancliefter, HAVING large Quantity of and other Made Vines him,

propofes felling it Gallon, and Quantities (not lets than ten GallonS as 6d. ready Money, and will retail it out at tod. per Quart. He ike wife fells Tea, Coffee, rhorolatc, and ill Sorts of Grocciics of the befl Kinds, and the mod reafonablc Rates.
25 October 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Bhrrtmjfrm, ,os. now making fh.s to«„, intended to join the '. an ' i . S:a . !l ' o " lU,:,e *•»»)'. M4|( }Vol- Verl-amnnn, ,» Rlea>t five «Mje. compete, p>;ftfd year goes Will .fvi.t f par o the ft,W hani r .tnti ,n tfie S«e.n confute within futif ' Ladbcrnc, iuercl,a..t »;. ;
27 October 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Conftantinople, September I. 3^3stX3st3t"*l mmvr nmv a PP ca ™ that the Govern- p/jj % *__r mcnt " detcrmincJ upon War, JD"^ yj very great Levies Ixing making Z) • I •G for the Army in Dalmatia, as _v_i * _r3_ well as {o: tnat on t -
22 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Eitra&yf a Letter from Leghorn, OR. 3. We embarked at Antibes on the aoth of September, & arrived fafe at

Eitra&yf a Letter from Leghorn, OR. 3. We embarked at Antibes on the aoth of September, & arrived fafe at

Genoa the at noon : the fame day arrived in the harbour five tranfports full of Jcfuits from Corfica, efcorted by two French frigates; they were not fuffered to land, and an exprefs was fent to France oh their account; they are fadly tofled about j the French expedition in Corfi
27 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
tl.eit l.ave lf-n ftvertl grof, fem» brought to public .ccour.t, y.mch, .s tl.rynroft from the war, 1, in juftice, hue

tl.eit l.ave lf-n ftvertl grof, fem» brought to public .ccour.t, y.mch, .s tl.rynroft from the war, 1, in juftice, hue

been W l.crf the debt incurred by the war, and thrown Into the Sinking Fund for that ihupofe. Jf, therefore, ibefe gruft fum«, which amount no left than 3030^5, 1, added the fun» taken from the Sinking Fund fmee the peace, the amount tile whole will be 9x150+1- whlch > "* "" ‘'
27 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
■ W that you BUY, relumed the htrt you ere undcrfUnde that mine is pure fed place, and in fpite

■ W that you BUY, relumed the htrt you ere undcrfUnde that mine is pure fed place, and in fpite

of all threats I (hall vote conlbnant my promift and confcience. A Lady of high rank, in this kingdom, conftailtly maintains, cloaths, and educates young gentlewomen, the daughters of dcceafed Clergymen, who have left large families unprovided for. Thurfday morning the Right Rev
27 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The SCRIBBLER, No. 4.

The SCRIBBLER, No. 4.

the 8 C l> E R. Vaniloquts confumo tempera nugis. you feem agreeable to publifh any cor- refpondent's letters, give me leave to A before you, and the public* fhort fketch of the hours and fcenes I have pa(Ted, fince my firft entrance into this world : you feem admired, and I alf
27 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England