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12 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD to the bell Bidder,

To be SOLD to the bell Bidder,

To SOLD the bell Bidder, AT the Houfe Mr George Wilfon, in Swtlwclli iu tht County of Dtuham, on Tuefdjy the Day of Nov. iiift. together or in LaXt. All the FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD MESSUAGES and TENEMENTS, late of Cuthbert Maxwell, and Thomas Maxwell, filuate at Swalwxll aforefaid.
12 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD to the belt bidder,

To be SOLD to the belt bidder,

SOLD to the belt bidder, AT the Houfe of Mrs Houlton, known by the Sign of the Rofc and Crow n, in Barnardtaftle, in the County Durham, on Tuefday the gad of November iuit. in the Afternoon, fubjeft to Conditions and Articles then to be exhibited, A newbuilt freehold MANSION-HOUS
12 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
and Posts. LONDON, Nov. 3, bear Capt. Simes, who prefented his Military treat if. to the King, will be appointed

and Posts. LONDON, Nov. 3, bear Capt. Simes, who prefented his Military treat if. to the King, will be appointed

to one of the vacant governments. It is faid be a refclution of a certain great board, that the proceedings of the incendiary leaders of the difeontented party in New England, amount to trealonable offence ; and that means will be taken to deal with them accordingly. Saturday a
12 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ftufhahii the General Quarter VV, Stlbont of. the Peace fioldcn the City of Durham, and for the Goiinly, the fifth

ftufhahii the General Quarter VV, Stlbont of. the Peace fioldcn the City of Durham, and for the Goiinly, the fifth

Day Odlolitr l»(f pafl, it wit rtfolved lliaf the fouthcrmod Arch of the public County Bridge, called Sunderland Bridge, which is Isuilt acrafs the Ri»cr Wear, in the Road between Durham and Darlington, about three Miles front Durham, fliould rebuilt ing to the fame Plan is now
12 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CORSTCAN INTELLIGENCE.

CORSTCAN INTELLIGENCE.

Ma -v-i pcs to on the commencement oj ihe prefent Corf can v.'ar. The Grneral and the Supreme Council of State for the Kmglom of Corliea, T' r.-;r beloved People. tf-jr 'VA'KVER unexpected and unjuft has been the opening of hoftdities _ begun jj| by the French troops in Barbaggi
16 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived ihe ALiUs from Flanders.

Arrived ihe ALiUs from Flanders.

Fri'te the London Papers, Nov. ir. Confantiw.pl:, Oft. 7. The sd inftant in the af- ?? a grand council war, hell here, at which a.frb-d the Grand Vi-'r, the Nidfchangi-Pacha, the Mufti, the Kaliliskiers, the M'—'fters ofthe Porte, a 1 j the -Officers of the Mi'iitia. Previous to
16 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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19 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
E D I N B U 1< G H.

E D I N B U 1< G H.

The bnmbie add>'ifi of ths Right hsuonr.rble ihe Lords Spiritual and .Timp-iral, iv Farti-tOtemi . afembled. . [Fref filled the rytb tnf, ,_ Mofi -Gracious Sovereip a , W£ you M-rjeftyJimQ-t dutiful and Joyal ftibjefts, the -Lords Spuruo-I and Tempera l , in. Pari, anient J afle
14 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADV ER TISEME N T S. TO jc LET FURNISHED, -^or four months, or longer, if wanted, Lady STEWART'S HOUSF.,

ADV ER TISEME N T S. TO jc LET FURNISHED, -^or four months, or longer, if wanted, Lady STEWART'S HOUSF.,

.in the fecond ftorey of Campbell's land, Cmongate, and entered to the fir ft of December. There is accommodation (or a large family, and a coaefc- houfe and a ftable for four horfes, with a hay ibft. This day is ftdlifbed, (In one volume Svo. price 6 s. bound,) f\ N ESSAY on th
28 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland