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£D I NJSU RG II: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Pritf' ing-houfe in

£D I NJSU RG II: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their Pritf' ing-houfe in

the Parliament- dofe, where Advertisements and Subscriptions are taken in.
12 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The LIVER

The LIVER

4 12 Monday &ruefday' s Po s T s. ,Arrived th: Mail from France. Venice, Oa. i. EVERAL Abees and Heads of Moneflaries having written to Rome, and wanting, after the example of the Jefuits, to fend expreffes there, the Regency, having received information of it, ordered their exp
10 November 1768 - Liverpool Chronicle 1767 - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POOL CH

POOL CH

and confequently take it for granted, that Divine inftruCtion in one cafe, ought to ferve for inflrußion in every fimilar cafe. John, the author of the Apocalypfe, and Daniel, were both, Jews; they both wrote in one language, though not in the fame idioms of that language; yet t
10 November 1768 - Liverpool Chronicle 1767 - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Prices of G RAIN at the Corn-Exehange.

Prices of G RAIN at the Corn-Exehange.

wfiiat — 325. to 4.05. od. per Quaitcr. Bark*/ — 17s. to 21?. od. ditto. Oats — us. to tap. ?? ditto. Beans — 17s. to 2 cd. ditto. Pta„ — — 255. to 275. od. ditto. Brown Malt 245. to 26V ditto. Pale Malt — 21s. to 2b-. Oti. iliito. Bye 213. la 21 s. ditto. Hr.tr Peafe — 2 is. 10
12 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Certificates lo M grant ti.

Certificates lo M grant ti.

Nov. 16. Thomai Butterfu-hl, of the Pan' ft, of St Margaret's, Wi-I'mii \r, Biokcr. Nov. 19. John Gaunt, of Wood-Street, InnholJn-. Nov. i 9. Williaui Martin, of Colrrnan-Urect, Holier.
12 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
that tlic Government will permit them to incrcafc their dividends to i-ha!f per cent. The Hon. Houfc of Commons fat

that tlic Government will permit them to incrcafc their dividends to i-ha!f per cent. The Hon. Houfc of Commons fat

till part twelve o’clock on Tuefday night, and then adjourned to this day. We hear tiom Sherborne in Dorfetlhire, mat on Wcdnefday fc’ennieht horfe-load of bread belonging to Miller at Oborn, near that town, was, in confequcnce information (lopped there, when each loaf was found
14 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
S U F r O L K. ao the Geutiemen, Clergy, and lviecboLie:s ft ..

S U F r O L K. ao the Geutiemen, Clergy, and lviecboLie:s ft ..

U F O L K. the Geutiemen, Clergy, and .. S F K. AS a Vacancy L txtifUd in the (. _ ( •] j,:e rd for tbit County, Ibe Favour it your Co,/- Uy difired for 1 H A R Me? 'To be coR R in ll£ has been Coroner Jut Libc l ('.ounfy Years hn'jv.o if has the Honour f bandifebarre it. the Gen
12 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

LONDON, November 3. jCjjjUjAjHE popular caufe of a celebrated State-1c prifoner, **' s apprehended, will be pro- T 0 warmer altercation and debate, 9 „ £ in an Auguft AfTembly, than any point that has been agitated in the prefent reign. We imagine it may not be difplealing to ou
10 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
T. HARDING, Hat-Maker, In the Market-Place, BylTPl, S- ELLS all Sorts of Hats, Velvet Caps, &c. on the mofl Terms:

T. HARDING, Hat-Maker, In the Market-Place, BylTPl, S- ELLS all Sorts of Hats, Velvet Caps, &c. on the mofl Terms:

Alfo, Gold and Silver Lace, and all other Trimmings. /JR. E LA MAIN opened a JLVI Public DANCING-SCHOOL for Young Gentlemen and Ladies at his Houfc in Weftgate-Stre'?, BATH, where he teaches on ThuifUay and Friday Afternoons. He alio attends Mrs. Aldwortj;'s Boarding-School, and
10 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

Monday morning nine o'clock the lottery began drawing 'Guildhall, when Number was drawn a prize of twenty pounds, and, being the firft-drawn ticket, is intitled alfo to five hundred pounds; Number 33m a prize five thoufand pounds; No. 50x123, a prize of two thoufand pounds; No.
12 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England