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tad it cow among& tTie Itiobilfty and dandy assiube it in her But there being (mere! Counterfeits, the Pub• lie

are defired to a& for ROWLEY'', at Mrs. dams's, Printer, in Chefier ;at Mr. Henry Jones's, at Carnarvon ; and at Mrs. Anne Williams's, in Denbigh Any, rt of Britift 4 &o f f, under yr TMended Sancti= it may appear, is his Tobacco, either alone. or mixed with the common .iort, di
8 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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8 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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a‘hied, Prayers for M.,rning and Erin jog, to utedettncr with a Family, or in PtAnorefor':ithcr(*e‘ftons. lie Careful to Obferve, Tisst the tit:l.:ordinary nemanrthere hit been of lite Vitas tot this E.:env:it lebely iniuced food Book (Lb, Wc 's Preitliagonr, this the? ratio Inv
8 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Extra fl of a letter from Sir ting Nov. *V

Extra fl of a letter from Sir ting Nov. *V

" La'l week a melancholy affair bapeoed in rt>u town ; a perfon who keeps a pabiic houfc i, ;rf " fent. for 2d. worth of nrf.ii...k to a Doctor's ___» but was refufed it, tiil he wouid fen 1 a line, iaCwn. ing the ufe he intended it for, when he wrote t;.. Doffor it was for the
12 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Arrived the JVlaits from Holland.

Arrived the JVlaits from Holland.

Fro.-.-i ibe Loudon Papers, November 8. Petersburg, Sept. "O. According to the latePe- advices from different piaces, the motions ofthe Ottoman troops upon the confines of Moldavia are fuch as feern to prefags an approaching rupture with Ruilia. The letters from Constantinople l
14 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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LONDON. Nov. 1.

LONDON. Nov. 1.

According Letters from Naples, very long anil briik. cannonading was heard the iSth I..ft in Corfica, from whence it in fee red that new Action lias happened between thofe brave Illandcts, and their meddling Enemies, the French. May Heaven ftill crown their noble Efforts for Lib
8 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Polls.

Friday and Saturday's Polls.

LONDON, November 3. 4«|oJ»^MI E popular caufe of a celebrated State- -5,"* 3, prifoncr, it is apprehended, will be pro- [T T ductive of warmer altercation and debate, ?? in nn Augutt Aflcmbly, than any point •fTTT that has been agitated in the prefent reign. We imagine it may no
10 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

fhore, until! the water ebbed. The maiter and the crew laved themfelves in "the Ihrouds, until the tide left the vellel dry. The cries of the living and the dying were truly piercing; the darknefs of the night, the force of the temper!:, the rattling of the fails, and the breake
12 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the Nobility, Gentry, &c. ot the County of KENT, WHEREAS the large Topographical MAP of the County ok KENT,

To the Nobility, Gentry, &c. ot the County of KENT, WHEREAS the large Topographical MAP of the County ok KENT,

on Twenty-Five Sheets Imperial Papejr, befides the Reduced Sheet and Plan CANTERBURY, is nearly finiflied. Such Noblemen, Gentlemen, and Others, as have not hitherto fubferibed for the fame, and are defirous fo to do, and hay thcirNarrws engraved the Copper-plates, as Encourager
12 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I To SOLD, VESSKI , now lying atChatham,known by the Name of the Royal Oak, about Thirty Tons Burthen, Clench-work

I To SOLD, VESSKI , now lying atChatham,known by the Name of the Royal Oak, about Thirty Tons Burthen, Clench-work

built, about Five Years old.—For further Particulars, enquire Henry Tilby, Mafter, the Royal Oak, Chatham. On Saturday the November, Will be publiihed, in OftaVo, No. I. Price of new Pamphlet, continued every Saturday, called THE GENTLEMAN'S JOURNAL; Or, Weekly Register Of ews,P
12 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England