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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extracl of a Letter from Coventry, Oil. 31. , " This Morning Sir Richard Glyn was met; on his Road to this Place by^rnoft of our principal Inhabitants, and a prodigious Concourfe of Freemen, arid ufhered into Town amidft the loqdeft and molt cordial Acclama- tions of Joy. The Ca
11 November 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DIViDtNPS to lie made to CREDITORS.

DIViDtNPS to lie made to CREDITORS.

Noir.i9- JorephSeVell, ofWhitechapel, Livery-Stable- Keeper, at Guildhall. ib. JohrlTozer, Ot" Exeter, Mercer, at Guildhall. Bee U. William Killick, of Dartford in Kent,, at GriildlialL
11 November 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
, Rowley’s Collection of BkitisH for this Seafon now eornplcat, by which the Flavour and Efficacy his Hess Tobacco and

, Rowley’s Collection of BkitisH for this Seafon now eornplcat, by which the Flavour and Efficacy his Hess Tobacco and

Snuff, .and of the Swfdfs Tea. ate coofiderably. improved; but the latter will obtain additional Improvements as fad as the Plants requiflte can. be railed for that Purpote. The Herb Tobacco and Snuff are good againfH Head-achs, Weaknpft of Sight, _ falfi s, and other nervous Co
12 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

hom RAZKTTE, Kov. j, St J •net's, : ftnhf x. Tj!S h.ivii.g plea fed deliver the * Ct.ftodj tin t'nvv >eal to the Rigl.- Honouirb c device Kail of Briftol, tl Oath Keeper the Privy Sc.»! m-js tin? aHinin-ftered and hit Lortkhip took his Place Board accordingly. Lithe , Cn. %x. Th
8 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To be Lett, and entered upon at Lady-Day next.

To be Lett, and entered upon at Lady-Day next.

To Lett, and entered upon at Lady-Day next. Lands of Sandridge Hill-Lodge •, together with Middle Frith, and other Lands, all adjoining; containing of Me'daw. Arable, and Paftarc L ind, 620 Acres, Statute Meafurc, being fcveral. and within a Ring fledge, Miles from Bath, and 5 fr
14 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
f. w find by letters from Peterfburgh, that debates run pretty high umongft the deputies appointed form a new code

f. w find by letters from Peterfburgh, that debates run pretty high umongft the deputies appointed form a new code

laws for the Rullian Empire, on thequeftion, Whether the good the ftate requires that the bondage* to which the peafanis are fubjeft, be entirelyabolilhed, orthaticihould ftill fublill under fome reftriflions." The example of the peafaatsbf England and Holland, and that of the p
12 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SMITHFIELD, Nov. 7.

SMITHFIELD, Nov. 7.

Beef at s diperlb. Veal 4 J Mutton 3df Pork —-—
9 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CRANBROOK, Nov. 5.

CRANBROOK, Nov. 5.

Wheat - 40 to cos Old Beans 26 to Seed ditto - Peafe - to Oats - - 12 to 16s Barley - iSto Beans - 18 to 21s Tares - to 24
9 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
This is to Give NOTICE, THAT there now to he Sold Peter Finch's,without St.George's Gate, Canterbury, Quantity of line large,

This is to Give NOTICE, THAT there now to he Sold Peter Finch's,without St.George's Gate, Canterbury, Quantity of line large,

thick SALT FISH, at Twopence per Pound, or Sixteen Shillings per Hundred Weight. JOSEPH NORRIS, Grocer, Ot Strand-ftreet, DOVER, TRICES this Opportunity of acquainting the Public, that he has rcfigned his tunnels to his Brother, ROD ERTDOITNE, late ot the Artillery Company; and
9 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Wednesday November 12.

Wednesday November 12.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. The Queen's Palace, St. James's Park, November 12, 1768. G^zS^^r%^ Tuefda y eveningbetween eight and nine "C* was happily dclIX />s'i Hvered a Prints cefs. Her Roy- Sri fes Highnefs the Princefs Dowa- W^^cC^»^fit^tf ,^ of his grape the Archb'tihop of Can
12 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England