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LONDON, November 25

LONDON, November 25

Lord Chamberlain 1 Off it, Nov. 24, 1768. Such Ladici M defire to dance Minuets at the Ball at ■St. lamri'i, oa U'ednefday next the 3Ctli Inllant, are rcquclled to fend their Names and Rank to this Office on or before Monday next, and to fend for their Tickets the next Day (Tuef
26 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
M.n Cl.a'uJld'j was urta Cu.lWr receiving site Me-! I I'e.ving it u, holes. Sir Julm fcnt ai.oaiu Perfon down his

M.n Cl.a'uJld'j was urta Cu.lWr receiving site Me-! I I'e.ving it u, holes. Sir Julm fcnt ai.oaiu Perfon down his

J-orJ(l,i;> - * Seat, according his Uelire, -P apprehend Moniieur, was f.itely conveyed to Sir John ..and from thence he and .he honcfl Chandler were toPnfon. i 5. There was lately potted sgamtt the Lxcuaiige-\V the City Wtteiforci in Ireland, extraordinaiy aijonywous Paper, tht
26 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
C O U R A N T.

C O U R A N T.

PUgrim-fireet, Newcastle upon Tyne, Mdcclx I I. '.-hovfe, London, where the Paper is rcgnlaijy and feparatc?)' tiled. Km. fet out for Richmond in yorkfliite, cjfcr C.iruii laic fur that Borough was very full ffoufe of Commcrs, the fat late. are crc ijijiy iiifjimf,], e J , wiPi-
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Constitutional Right of the Legislature of Great britain, is tax the fritish colonies in america, impar tially staned, Octavo, pp. 60.

The Constitutional Right of the Legislature of Great britain, is tax the fritish colonies in america, impar tially staned, Octavo, pp. 60.

HIS pamphlet corfifh of four Letters, which, arc inform& T the introdu<fiion, were L written from one friend ano ther, at the time when the Repeal ike American Stamp A£i was under confederation, but that they have been lain by, unattended to ever Gnce, the Writer did to the torr
24 November 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, Nov, 19.

LONDON, Nov, 19.

The Princes of Mecklenborgh-S fn.ee their arrival here have had' very elegant new carnage for (heir ufe, and »niend continue in England the winter. Hon. James Bruaenell, feat in I for Gr*at Bedwin was vacated by his accepting place, is gone to Marlborough a Candidate to reprefen
24 November 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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RICHARD MORRIS,

RICHARD MORRIS,

UM and EALING TURNPIKE: Trullces will meet by Adjournment tbs , it fulTiclent Number Truftec* not attending the l,ft djourn the Came, ednefday next the 30th D.<y Mr Morris Hailey, the Halt Moon Tavern, i(i even the Forenoon. JOSEPH FJLDF.RTON. CUrV.
28 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LIST of New BOOKS, Ance our lafl. A New Baronetage of England, 3 Vnh. ios. 6d. bound —lnfolvency. With Obfervations

LIST of New BOOKS, Ance our lafl. A New Baronetage of England, 3 Vnh. ios. 6d. bound —lnfolvency. With Obfervations

concerning the fame, d.—Anecdotes of Brltilli Topog'aphy, 4»o. One Guinea Boards.—The Exemplar. Being F.xpofuiou of the Prophecies of Daniel and St John, relating to the fomth and lafl Kingdom, viz. 'he- Roman, 4to. 14 s. in hoards.—A fcafonable and ftriking of Loyalty, Liberty
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ADV ER TISEME N T S. TO jc LET FURNISHED, -^or four months, or longer, if wanted, Lady STEWART'S HOUSF.,

ADV ER TISEME N T S. TO jc LET FURNISHED, -^or four months, or longer, if wanted, Lady STEWART'S HOUSF.,

.in the fecond ftorey of Campbell's land, Cmongate, and entered to the fir ft of December. There is accommodation (or a large family, and a coaefc- houfe and a ftable for four horfes, with a hay ibft. This day is ftdlifbed, (In one volume Svo. price 6 s. bound,) f\ N ESSAY on th
28 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINRURGH.

EDINRURGH.

To the publi fher of the Caledonian Mercury. SIR,' IN your paper of the 12th current, one who af- fumes the name of A Proprietor, gave the public an account of the proceedings of a general meeting of the company of proprietors of the Forth and Clyde navigation, held at Edinburgh
23 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tuesday November 29.

Tuesday November 29.

LONDON. N Sunday there was a numerous and grand Court at St. James's, which their Royal Highnevies the Dukes Gloucefter and Cumberland were prefect, the Ruffian Amloallador, ccc. Friday fome difpatches, faid to be of importance, were received the Secretary of State's Office from
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England