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19 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To he L E T,

To he L E T,

L E T, THE MANSION-HOUSE called Four est-Hai.i., near Longhcnton, in the unty Northumberland, with tUe' Gardens, Stables, Coacb-boufe, and Dove-coat, and fcvcval Inrlofurci ot' Meadow and Paßuce Land. Robert Cilbfrn, at Fomft-hall, will ttiew the Ptemiflcs j and el •> liotu i'utt
19 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SATURDAY, November 19, 1761!.

SATURDAY, November 19, 1761!.

The injlant will Puhlijhed, With the Arms, Supporters, CrefU, and Mottos all the of ENGLAND, moft elegantly engraved, Fricc hound Is. or with Riders Almanack, s. COURT and CITY KALEN- or, Gentleman's Regifter for England, Ireland, and America, for 1769. ing, in Eng LAN i>, Compl
19 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be S O L V,

To be S O L V,

be S HOUSE and GARDENS, with Two CLOSES LAND, fituate at Brampton, in Cumberland, nine Miles from Carliilc, in a dry and healthy Country, The firft Floor coniifts of a Dining-Room, Drawing- Room, Parlour, two Stair-Cafes, ServantVHall, Butler’s Pantry, Kitchen, and Brew-houfc, wi
19 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Be LoKdo^, Ofc. fuefdtiy, Nov. 15. i. Yefte.-day the Hcufe of Commons was extraordinary Itil. 2. There were np lefs

Be LoKdo^, Ofc. fuefdtiy, Nov. 15. i. Yefte.-day the Hcufe of Commons was extraordinary Itil. 2. There were np lefs

away account the fit if Pmicef»j • »). •’■J* ■ 1 very'plentifully, ami away were n. , ■ 1 Qoin.itY Cuke, and leveivl of the China Cup', .»£ < «•••;« kerchiefs j they were «ep,*d at .Ire Deo,, *l-'. pr.,ached finartly for rneari Behaviour, > . ■ , put into the (tody one the Marflu
19 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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at they t hat V Paitrfo.t, has drawn a BO! for lit rtlitrof In/hln.zuoir'j, i'it finfri into Law, wiU he iititlj Ad- Vn . D >o every humane Creditor, and every btnejl Debtor. r WtU-an Beattcbaenf Proßor, lies it it dangenteJlj is attended two Pbjficiasts. IPSWICH, Nov. iS. ~.,d,
19 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

be SOLD. AMefluage and Farm in in the County of Suffolk, now in the (Occupation Mr. Benjamin bin tick, at the yearly Kent Sixty Found*. The i> ntnated a good and pieafant Fait the Country, within about threa Mild Hailellon, five of liungay, and feven of Halefwoith, three confider
19 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, November 17

LONDON, November 17

This Morning, at Two o'Clock, died, at his Iloufe in Lincoln's Inn Fields, : .n the ?? . Year of his A;-e. his Grace T-oauu I'elham Holies, Duke* ot \ • ncalUe-upor. -Tync, and Duke of ?? in the County of Stafford, Marquis and Earl of Clare. VllCt'Uat Haugh- ton, and Baron Pelha
19 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Stf By Premiffion of the ?? the I'ice Chancellor. For the Bentfil of Mr. MO RO, ON Thurfday next, the

Stf By Premiffion of the ?? the I'ice Chancellor. For the Bentfil of Mr. MO RO, ON Thurfday next, the

24th of November, at the M ufick Room in Huliwell, will be A CONCERT 0 F Feral and liijlrumcntal MU 6 JC K. . To begin at Half pail Six o'Clock. Tickets t.i be had at Mr. Crofs'i and Mr. M.itrrcvs'e Muti-k Mic-p ; at ilic Coll c Hciilcs ; an.! .1 tht K.i:iij's He-ad Tavtri*. at
19 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Letters from Toulon mention, that they are very cafy with refpect: to the Corfican prifoners which had been fent there, not finding them fuch barbarians as they had been reprefented: they are ftruck, they fay, with the lincerity with which they plead their caufe. Full refpe£t fo
19 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England