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Charleflo^n, {South Carolina) Sept. 2. It is WHI reported, by fome mailers of vefieis from the Weft Indies, that the French have prohibited all Englifh velfels entering the ports of their lilands in that P3rt of the world.
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To bt SOLD, t» tkt btjt Bid nr.

To bt SOLD, t» tkt btjt Bid nr.

bt SOLD, t» tkt btjt Bid nr. At the Houfe of Mi John Thonipfon, in Wolfin’ham, in the Counts Dittham on the ®h D<> of November lull tit, between the Homs weive and Three of the Clock ,n the Aitemnon, A MESSUAGE and TENEMENT, »ri h Appurieuances, fiiuate in Wo'linghan. aforela.d,
5 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To hi SOLD, ra tkt htji Biddir,

To hi SOLD, ra tkt htji Biddir,

To SOLD, tkt htji Biddir, At the Beeh ve in Not'h Shieidr, on Tltut'day the itth Novenrbcr Inftant, between the Hours of 1 wo and Foot o’clock in Afternoon, 'T* H E Good SHIP, PINK, or JL Vt.'SEL, called Th y FREELOVt, l *" ds, the Cu'tlico ru’VyldAjP three hui.died and t,<em v l
5 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Saturday’s and Sunday's Posts

Saturday’s and Sunday's Posts

From the Evening Ports ami Daily Papers, 0(51. 17. AMERICA. Charles Town, South Carolina, Sept. a. ABOUT three Weeks ago they had received no Orders in Weft for evacuating any the Forts that Province, or for tranfperting the Troops elfcsvhcrc. Btigadicr llavilai.d, commanding hi
1 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Anjr ftill doubtful of F.flvcacy tills | Mftlicine, may (by applying to Mr. S'ctlon, Surgeon, the Weft Side Golden-Square, near

Anjr ftill doubtful of F.flvcacy tills | Mftlicine, may (by applying to Mr. S'ctlon, Surgeon, the Weft Side Golden-Square, near

Piccadilly, the only Author and Pioprietor, where thclk Drops arc fold in Gutties of 6s. each) fully convinced of their good Effetff, Iteing referred to many People Credit, who have been cured the Leprofy, Scurvy, fleers, the Kvil, fiftu'as. Piles long continued Inflammations of
1 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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By the King's Authority, This Day Puhlijhed, A New Edition carfulley Corrected and Enlarged of IFeek's Preparation for worthy -1

By the King's Authority, This Day Puhlijhed, A New Edition carfulley Corrected and Enlarged of IFeek's Preparation for worthy -1

receiving the LORD'? 6UPPER. as Appointed and Recommended the Church of England. With datable Directions for a devout Dehaviour during the Solemnity, and for mod beneficial and joining with the Minifhr in the of Adminiltration. To arc jaddeJ, Prayers for Morning and Evening to e
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Medicines, &c. fehcfe affiifted with the S C URVY. DARE, at Mrs. PrpudmanV N>. 2C, in Walbrook. London, cured th;

Medicines, &c. fehcfe affiifted with the S C URVY. DARE, at Mrs. PrpudmanV N>. 2C, in Walbrook. London, cured th;

Ufe' of Maredan-.'s Drops (prepared John Norton. Surgeon) of inveterate orbutic Humour her Face, Aims, and Legs; her A'ms from her Fin:;ers to her Eib were me continued Scab md ne her Legs had many in it! fiie had alfo a very bad State of Healthy o: canned the Violence the Humou
5 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, Oct-. 2J

LONDON, Oct-. 2J

A letter from Charles-Town, South Carolina, dated Auguft 6, fays," A calculation having been made of the value of the produce of thi3 Province, exported lincc the iff of Nove-mber laft, and of what "remains to be (hipped by the fame day in the prefentt year, at the price the Pla
1 November 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
When young, (he was ftolen from • her parents by beggars, who put out her eyes, and went about the

When young, (he was ftolen from • her parents by beggars, who put out her eyes, and went about the

ftreets with her alking charity. 10. At Aberdeen, Margaret Stewart, ioj. xo. At Earlfton, Mrs Mary Newall, only daughter of John Newall, Efq; of Barfkeoch. At London, aged 73, the relidt of Gen. Campbell. xx. At Edinburgh, Mifs Elifabeth Patullo, daughter of the deceafed John Pa
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
and VO REI N W • c» ft' ' t I’KRS from CoHtc'i advrfe', tliaffix * battalions oPfrdli troops Iftid

and VO REI N W • c» ft' ' t I’KRS from CoHtc'i advrfe', tliaffix * battalions oPfrdli troops Iftid

and VO REI N W • c» ft' ' t I’KRS from CoHtc'i advrfe', tliaffix * battalions oPfrdli troops Iftid airritttJ W ® 'upon the co’aft of that ifland, and that part of'them having landed at na, 4’ere beaten and yibligcd to re,ei)ibjrk ; ,We are in of a mqrc particular account of this
5 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England