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v-ro'B the New York Gazette, of Monday,.Sept. 36, 1765.

v-ro'B the New York Gazette, of Monday,.Sept. 36, 1765.

v-ro'B the New York Gazette, of Monday, Sept. 36, 1765. IB ofi an, September 19. v a meeting of the Freeholders, and other Inhabi. tsnts ofthe town of Bofion, legidly qualified and warned, in public town meetings aifembled at j-'aneuil-hall, on Monday the 12th of September, A. D.
2 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
l o r-i d on.

l o r-i d on.

l o r-i d o n. According to letters Trom Naples, a very long and brisk ?? beared on the ?? iaft in Coritca, from whence it is inferred, that a new action bas happened between thofe b**ave lilanders and their meddling en-mies, the French. .May Heaven ftill crown their noble c.fort
2 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MJO INBU RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Print" i-nu-licmfe in the Parliament-clofe,

MJO INBU RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Print" i-nu-licmfe in the Parliament-clofe,

where Advertisements and Subscriptions are taken in.
2 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extraft of a letter from Conftantinopie, Sept. 28. The preparations making here for war ftill continue with the fame ardour. The gentlemen of the law, with the principal minifters of ftate, and the head officers of the militia, meet every day, in order to give the fultan their a
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Letters are received France from the French troops Corficn, informing great jealoufies prevail among their three commanders in thief in that ifland, who mutually accufe each other cf mifconducl, and throw the blame of their rcifcarriages upon a among the three for glory, which h
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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A CARD.

SENSIBLE prefents her comjl. piiments to the Printers, and azures them, that if they can bring matrimony into fafhion, the Ladies, who foe fuppofes form already no inconfiderablc part of their cultomcrs, will all take the paper. She thinks there is the rreateft neceftitv for thi
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICE of CORN at BEAR-KEY, LONDON, Oct. 31, 1768.

PRICE of CORN at BEAR-KEY, LONDON, Oct. 31, 1768.

kent&Ef- j Boil. Peafe zb W Wheat Jj6 to4os Hog dit. - Foreign do. Beans - - Barley - Negro dit. i6toi£ Br. Malt - 24 to 26s Fine Flour Pale ditto - 24 to 273 Second dit. Oats - - 1 Ics Third dit.
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Price of Stocks Nov. 5, One o'Clock.

Price of Stocks Nov. 5, One o'Clock.

B. Stock 160. Do. do. - India do. pC.C. 1762 7-8* South Sea do. aioo| Do.O.An. Ditto 1763 Dir. N. An. London Aiiurance. 3perCtBa.&86|a87i In. Bonds ' DittoConf. per Ct. Exch. Ditto 1726. jNavyand i5 ' Ditto 1751 —. per Cent, difc- Ditto India Ann. Long Ann. Lot.T.141 rosa 53.
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
This is publijlK i, In a fmdl for the Pocket, p ce bou-d' The Seventh Edition, ' « LE T

This is publijlK i, In a fmdl for the Pocket, p ce bou-d' The Seventh Edition, ' « LE T

T S on the moll common well in Life, l, C , »ro nny, Vo.tore, B.l.ac, .St. rice downe, "Lord Oxford, Lord rbo-oi-pb \ -> den Atterbury Garth, Addifon, Steel, P Bwklcy, Rowe Savigny.andoth ed wrth many and Card' L Editor j who basaifo prefixed, a if! tolary wrtJJ proper for p Ran
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Lands and Houfes. be LET, and Entered upon mas 1769. ft ft - lE\E L m lIS conlifting of a

Lands and Houfes. be LET, and Entered upon mas 1769. ft ft - lE\E L m lIS conlifting of a

very very rood ' Stables, and other Jat^^^JSJgibuilding, and Arable Pafture, refh-Marfh and Sai-M*J Lands ; fituate and being in the 0 Wouldham and Burham, about tween.Rochefter and Maiditonc Kent, about a Quarter of a Mile from the Midway, now in the Occupation of Edw' TayJor.
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England