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the fclNO's T f li admirable KSSE N C L 1 bciflg abf and iidallil-ie for Gl fetninal of all

the fclNO's T f li admirable KSSE N C L 1 bciflg abf and iidallil-ie for Gl fetninal of all

kinds, and all manner Decays the like of which for Certainty in' d"m Cafes, has never equalled. It l v " the Venereal from taking Place, N. Thole who fulpecl they have received anvl ' Drops the above Essence, Wight and Morni'n' 1 a Dl.'h Tea or other Liquor, in the fnff C al the
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
' , :eij * ir reveniA before u*l We ou{l* P *1" r,r and IV no mo«» «o f Bo<»''

' , :eij * ir reveniA before u*l We ou{l* P *1" r,r and IV no mo«» «o f Bo<»''

,nly ub,, very « h,r fo f» V, nn>K, afrt*ll not i"*'. «««' ‘° f heKi"? *, uip^l 1, ; The S C R I B B L E R, No. 5. To tbe SCRIBBLER. By your Leave, faueet Ladies, Jf I stance to talk a little nuild, forgive me. Have always confidered fondnefs for diefs among the lower clafs of p
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE,

COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE,

Bradford, (ffflts) Oft. 31. Mr. Wilkes’s birthday was celebrated here at the Swan by very numerous body of gentlemen of the town, and others from the neighbourhood ; The fire-works were fplendid, and the entertainment provided for the company exceeding genteel. A curious large p
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
other Articles 100 tedious to mention,

other Articles 100 tedious to mention,

Thofe who chufe to find their own Cloth and Materials, may depend on having their Cloaths neatly cut, with as good an Air as in London, and well made up. *l* A Bath Coating Surtout, bound holes and edges, with a Friar’s hood, fit for any Gentleman wear, for One Guinea. —Ladies R
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
hucydide, Xenophonte, Svo. 6s. la, Hefiodo, Thcocrilo, Erinna, Mimocrmo, Ftnlendata, ac vat us pattia rem nolis, Bvo, 6s, (eleflis. Editio

hucydide, Xenophonte, Svo. 6s. la, Hefiodo, Thcocrilo, Erinna, Mimocrmo, Ftnlendata, ac vat us pattia rem nolis, Bvo, 6s, (eleflis. Editio

el. I, +fo. »s. fid. trone, T. Uvio, Tacito, |. Pole, at Eton College, Saltlbury, Oxford, and Itin Grammar, with thi unproved. Eton, 1761, tthcrity. Dilobcr, 17 <13, miralty, ingan elegant volume ul. Price Six-pence, r, adorned with raved by Otignion, and :kly'. of O N pages and
7 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
[Warminfter, Wilts] To be LET T,

[Warminfter, Wilts] To be LET T,

And entered upon at Chriftmas next, fooncr, defired, the prefent Tenant leaving off Bufiaefs, THE commodious and well known Inn called the George, fuuate in the Middle of the Town of Warmioffer aforefaid. For further Particulars enquire Mr. William Wanfhrough, ot the faid Houfe.
7 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Explanation of the Sketch of part of the Carron, and part of the Canal.

Explanation of the Sketch of part of the Carron, and part of the Canal.

From Burnhoufe to the N. E. fide of ' 5" the Hewk farm, Smeaton's track, is 6730 yards, - - j From Burnhoufe to oppofue the Pitchhoufe by Bainsford and the collateral cut, about - From Burnhoufe to Stenhoufe-mill wier, in cafe the canal fhould terminate there, 1900 yards, about
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ditto: Lieut. Theophilus Dame to be Captain-Lieutenant, vice Arent Schuyler de Politer. Ditto : Enf Samuel Willoe to Lieutenant, vice

Ditto: Lieut. Theophilus Dame to be Captain-Lieutenant, vice Arent Schuyler de Politer. Ditto : Enf Samuel Willoe to Lieutenant, vice

Theophilus Dame. nth reg of foot: George Scott, Gent, to be Enfign, vice Thomas Howard, deceafed. 18th reg. of foot: Mawbey, Gent. to be Enfign, vice Godfrey Tracey, 11ft reg. foot, (or Royal North Britifli fufileers) : Capt. - Lieut. Thomas Home to be Ciptain, vice David Hope,
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A SONG, which made its appearancc from a garret at C-ft-e m, Sept. a*. [488.J COme fhake your dull nodles,

A SONG, which made its appearancc from a garret at C-ft-e m, Sept. a*. [488.J COme fhake your dull nodles,

ye pumkins, and bawl, And own that you're mad fair Liberty's call: fcandalous condudt can add to your fliame; Condemn'd to difhonour, inherit the fame. In folly you're born, and in folly you 11 live : To madnefs ftill reqdy, And Jlupidly Jleady, Not as men, but as monkeys, the t
7 November 1768 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Fxtraß of a letter from Ayr, CB. 21.

Fxtraß of a letter from Ayr, CB. 21.

"The gentlemen of this county, at thcr lafl: ""feting, had u.nder their confid-eration, the altera- tion of the road betwixt this place and Kilmarnock, Jl "d having chofen-the Right Hon. the Earl of Lou- don prefes, it was moved, th-it the old road be- ?? thefe places fhould be
7 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland