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FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

..Wariaw, Nov. 9. Military prepara,(>ns >ns are carrying on in Turkey with vigour. Troops are alfembled on fide of Bulgaria; and a body of men are encamped on the fronts between Choczim, Bender, and Ock The Ruffian troops lately, to the of fourteen battalions and thirty have tak
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tkis Day was Published, Price Six-pence, A DISSERT Al lON on St. JOHN, iU. r. In which, from Arguments entirely

Tkis Day was Published, Price Six-pence, A DISSERT Al lON on St. JOHN, iU. r. In which, from Arguments entirely

new, made appear, from The New Te/t anient, that by the Splrit, is meant the Word of God; and therefore by being Born of the Spirit, our Lord intended being Born of tht Word of God. Likewife, That Baptism, as inftituted in the New Tejlament, is the only initiating Rite into the
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Miner AS Court Earon ~ YV holden for the faid Manor an the Day of October laft, many of the

Miner AS Court Earon ~ YV holden for the faid Manor an the Day of October laft, many of the

Tenants made Default jj appearing and paying their feveral Quit-rents, NOTICE is now hereby given, That all and every the faid. Tenants do, within one Month from the Date hereof, pay to Mr. Slodden, Attorney in Canterbury, their feveral Quitrents due and in Arrear to Michael- ma
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
! / ""I~" ialt advices from Poland bringing X accounts troops encamp- ir.g on the Frontiers of Poland, the following

! / ""I~" ialt advices from Poland bringing X accounts troops encamp- ir.g on the Frontiers of Poland, the following

' description of Turkilh cainp before, it is put ill motion to aft againll enemy, (from Lady Montague's letters,) will not, I think, unacceptable to our readers: . ..." went, my Turkim coach [in 1718,] to the can;p, which to move a few days the 'frontiers. The Sultan is already
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICE of CORN BEAR- KEY" LONDON, Nov. 28, 1768. Kent &Ef-~j Quar. Boil. to 27s Wheat J Hog dit.. -

PRICE of CORN BEAR- KEY" LONDON, Nov. 28, 1768. Kent &Ef-~j Quar. Boil. to 27s Wheat J Hog dit.. -

Foreign do. Beans - - Barley - i2toio.s Negro dh. l Br.Malt - Fine Flour Pale ditto - Second dit. Oats - - to 17s Third dit. Rye - - S T H F I E L D, Nov. 28. Beef per lb. Veal Mutton 4d Pork 4d PRICES of GRAIN, &c. at Canterbury, Wheat 32s Old ditto 26s Seed Wheat - 42s to Barl
30 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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To the PRINTER

S 1 R, ON consulting the maps it will appear that the people of Liiliput are our Anti- podes ,- their capital being iituated in 51 degrees of foutft latitude. Accord- ingly their way of is the direct reverfe of that which happily prevails in this fpiritcd coun- try. A Lilliputia
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

Extract ofa letter f Hm Paris, dated Nov. IT. " Tiie King of Denmark Went on Tuefdey hft to fee the Academy of Painting, and on Wednef.ay he viiited the Porcelaine Ma '.ufictory at Seve, where M. Berlin, Minifter of State, received him. He faw on his arrival in one ofthe rooms a
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from a Gentleman at Bofion, to.his Friend in London.

Extract of a letter from a Gentleman at Bofion, to.his Friend in London.

Extract of a letter from a Gentleman at Bofion, to his Friend in London. " I am much obliged toyo«£v T\- gfo -" — y ex- plicit on our public affairs, aud in particular with re- gard toour laft petition from ?? Aftembly ro the King, which by" many people was thought to be fome-way
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mails from Holland, Franc:, and Flanders. ■

Mails from Holland, Franc:, and Flanders. ■

from the London Gazette, A'ov. ?? Wefhninfter, JMov ember 2_T. THis day his Mtjefty came to the Houfe of .Peers, and being In his Royal robes feated on the throne with the ufual folemn.ty, Mr. B Ojiarme Yeoman uftier ofthe Black Rod, was fent , - with a mefl-ige from his Majefty
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
From the London Papers, Nov. 26.

From the London Papers, Nov. 26.

Berlin, Oil. 2,2. ■ Vv c learn from the frontiers of Pohnd, that the Confederates ?? the Dil- ftdents with greater fury than ever -, that tbey break open and pillage their .churches, end burn all the bibles and religious books they can find : And that at a yillaoe called Zychlin
30 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland