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LONDON, Oftoher 27.

LONDON, Oftoher 27.

It is faid that feheme is on foot by fome people of Qotifequence, and intended to offered to the confideration of Parliament next felfion, for raifing half a million fterling in the Colonies, to be levied in kind, out of thfc ftaple commodities each province produces, in lieu of
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

AViihont a comment, or a (Iricture, Now is not this a Uniting piclure ? — Hut wherc's the likcnefs ? — That, no doubt, Some co tiff ant reader will make out ; Hut warn him — (or hu fate a gaol is) To fay, " That all that's meant is • Mailicef * A Scotch way of pronouncing Malice
1 November 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Tuesday November 8.

Tuesday November 8.

O N O N. From the Maffachufetts Gazette Thurfday, Oftober 1758. At a full Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town of Hatfield, September 22, tj6B. A LETTER from the Select-men of the town of Bofton, together with the votes paffed by the faid town the 12th and nthinff. was by the
5 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, Oct 25.

LONDON, Oct 25.

Letters from Vienna br ; ?fl Account of dread 3 fU Fire the manuor of ratitfon, in where ne.r 0.0 Houles and Grdnarics hare btea reduced to \il.«.s ; -u>! all the Frdduii tfic late trveft has been con fumed. I etters Irani Lifbon, dated Sept fay, A* tlu ‘eiition which llir '■'.u
1 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mow*, and Mr. Lrvtoa, it* Cbtfier ; Mr. Btnf*JkiB in Laueijler ; Mr. Kiheriripon , in Tfrky Mr. flelfoit, Pnfhn;

Mow*, and Mr. Lrvtoa, it* Cbtfier ; Mr. Btnf*JkiB in Laueijler ; Mr. Kiheriripon , in Tfrky Mr. flelfoit, Pnfhn;

Mr. Roe, in Derby; Mr. Rayner, Mr. banks, iu Mr. Ed-ur.,rds, in Halifax; Mr. Poole, North with; Mr. tf'riyht, in Leeds ; Mr. U’orrai, in Macclesfield, Mr. Taylor, in Stafford; Mr. Taylor, Kamftxuieb•, Mr. Brerley, in \ewca;?le, Stuffsrdjhipe, Mr., AJhburixr, iu Keudaly and Mr. G
1 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
™ AMERICA,

™ AMERICA,

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
 
" —""'f iYt T.HARDING, Hat-Maker, In the Market-F'free, B A SELLS all Sorts Hats, Velvet Gaps. &c. on the moft

" —""'f iYt T.HARDING, Hat-Maker, In the Market-F'free, B A SELLS all Sorts Hats, Velvet Gaps. &c. on the moft

rcafonablc Terms: Alfo, Gold and Lace, and all other Trimmings. Bath, iy(JB, W I Lti A BA R T T, Upholfterer, Undertaker, and Coffin-Maker, From Mr. Defchamp's, Rathhone-P/ace, London, E?EGS Leave acquaint his Friends, and y the Public, that he has Shop, the Printing-O.'Hce, in
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
v AT It, Til between HARRIS and HEWITT, Millincts, in the Church-Yard, being this Day amicably dif.dvrd; all Pet foils

v AT It, Til between HARRIS and HEWITT, Millincts, in the Church-Yard, being this Day amicably dif.dvrd; all Pet foils

who have any Demands the fame arc denied to bring in their Accounts, and thole who arc indebted faid Partncrlhtp arc rcqucfted lorthwiih to pay their Debts to either of the faid Partners. Bath, Nov. 3, Perfons who were indebted to the Partncrfhip between Meffrs. John Shergold, a
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England