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Fridays and Sunday Nights Ports.

Fridays and Sunday Nights Ports.

The follow'tfi9 Jdvices came ly the j r /hi Hull and. trance, and blunders. Paris, in France, 4 THEY write from Corfica, that the Gener.l the Marquis de Chavelin ce fires to be for home, being well allured that he cannot reduce thole without a force at iealt 30,000 men. Inflamma
24 November 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To t'.t <,/ ßath Cnronuw. Scandal in Ui> Pope's Mr.mk*. , arc feme Reproached) arc \ and (bin:: which arc

To t'.t <,/ ßath Cnronuw. Scandal in Ui> Pope's Mr.mk*. , arc feme Reproached) arc \ and (bin:: which arc

ns.— The former part of this maxim was nevermore ftronglv verified, that in fcurrilotu Epigram* printed in your Paper, the 17th of this month for, abltrafted from the quarter, from whence they came, nothing argues the • el's of caufe more, than when the arrows of malevolence are
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CANTEBRURY.

CANTEBRURY.

We hear from Weftminfter, that Reprefentative of one of the Cinque Ports feconded the petition of a certain oppreffed patriot, and with true Roman eloquence defended the caufe of Liberty in a manner that did equal honor the Orator, as well as the Briton. this Paper of the third
23 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HENRY WADDELL, Long-port, AXES this Method of informing the Public, that he purpofes continuing the Malting-bufinefs, as SuccefTcr to his

HENRY WADDELL, Long-port, AXES this Method of informing the Public, that he purpofes continuing the Malting-bufinefs, as SuccefTcr to his

T&- ther, and will obliged to his Friends for the Favour their Cuftom. Canterbury, Nov. 25, Mr. DANIEL STODDARdT Having now returned to ASH, TAKES the Liberty acquainting the Public, that he will be his Houfe Monday and Tuefday next, the 28th and 29th lnft. where he will attend
23 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Saturday November 26.

Saturday November 26.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Weltminfter, November 25. HIS day his Ma(^ jetty came to the houfe of Peers, and being in his royal robes feat.'); edontheThrone with the ufual folemnity, Mr. man was fent with a meffage from his Majefty to the Houfe of Commons, commanding their attendan
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Lands and Houfes« To LET, and entered upon immediately,' A FARM called, or known the Name of DOWLES, in the

Lands and Houfes« To LET, and entered upon immediately,' A FARM called, or known the Name of DOWLES, in the

Parifl/of Elmfted, in the County Kent; confiding Mcf' Garden, Orchard, Barn, Stable, and . other Outhoufes, and about Acres of Land, Arable, Meadow, and Pafture, now the Occupation of John Back. For further Particulars enquire of Mr. Attorney, in Canterbury. LET, and entered apo
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Extract of a letter from London, Nov. 21. now fell Hops in from 2I. rs. 3I. £s.; and Pockets from

Extract of a letter from London, Nov. 21. now fell Hops in from 2I. rs. 3I. £s.; and Pockets from

4s. to 4I. Bags the growth 011736, 2I." iof. to 5I. 3s. 1767 b.'.gs, zl.-ics. to 3I. —Pockets, 3I. 5s. to 3 1.
23 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Newcastle upon tyke,

Newcastle upon tyke,

Mot. *♦, 17<»- WHEREAS COMPLAINTS ha»e been made, 1 ih« fiicet of ProfifioM io ibe Market* of this Toon ate Sahenccd by the illegal PrsAicct of roteftalliae. logtcfliog, and K.egritin| • older ihcrcfote to tbefe Abufet for the Futaie. all HuckAeta and Othei* »hom it may coaccra.
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Nov. I 7.-2 4.

Nov. I 7.-2 4.

The laft letters from Leghorn bring, that the French troops in Corfica, notwithflanding the arrival filers lately of a reinforcement of eight battalions, with a very great quantity of ammunition and military gores, think of nothing but ading on the defentive ; for which purpofe
24 November 1768 - Liverpool Chronicle 1767 - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
[ VI. To the PRINTE R, ter. E RE is no enllaved Na-FCIC lion in the itnown World, whole Policy,

[ VI. To the PRINTE R, ter. E RE is no enllaved Na-FCIC lion in the itnown World, whole Policy,

in refpea to IL Debtors, is fo crue l and t y - ran nical as that of this Kingdom, where we boaft fo much of our Freedom. Js it not amazingly ftrange, that in this Country. fo much tamed for the Liberties of its . People, the Laws lhould fuffer private Perlons to indulge their R
22 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England