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L 0 N t> O N, N* V. it.

L 0 N t> O N, N* V. it.

Yefterday at Noon a Privy Council was held at the • Earl Of Rochford's Office in Cleveland Row, St. James's, faid to be in Reference to fome Difpatches received from the North American Colonies. They write from Bofton in New England, that from the firll Arrival of the Troops and
25 November 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LEEDS, November 2 2

LEEDS, November 2 2

?? —$. T the On-ral Quarter Seflions of trip I \ J peace, held by adjournment ?? th>s JL a, borough, on Thurfd,i\ lii .. ' p rl'in ? ' W refitting at H'Wflet Wis in* '• j foi . " hii ?? mi! cruetlj b; it nalii; pi, ,; ■ ■ .■'• (with whom be bad received 4l. from Ackwuiu return t
22 November 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Wednefday &Thurfaay's Ports

Wednefday &Thurfaay's Ports

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. From the LONDON GAZETTE Naplis, 08obtr .5. ON memory of the ceftation of the great eruption of Mount Vefuviu. laft year, attributed to a mirae'e of St. Januarius, a marble ft.mie ha. been erected by the city of Naples' upon Maddalena
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

country intelligence. ■ Birmingham, Nov. 14,. ° .■■^«*jN[Friday morning early it began to rain ' 0 T c and continued 36 fucceiftve hours, which caufed the greateft flood that has 4» 5*5 remembere this neighbourhood I at Henl ° yeaiS * waters were fo much I the Jft '' , Strstfo,
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Naples, oc7okeris. !: the great * en, P °f* Mount Vefuvius lait year, ''htited to a mirae'e St. Januarius, a marble ftatue has been erected by the city of Naples upon Maddalena Bridge; a the bottom of the pede
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BOOKS. This Day TOWS PttbiiJbeJ, Frice Si.v-pcnce, A DISSERTATION on St.. JOHN, ill. i' which, from Arguments entirely v '''

BOOKS. This Day TOWS PttbiiJbeJ, Frice Si.v-pcnce, A DISSERTATION on St.. JOHN, ill. i' which, from Arguments entirely v '''

fully made appear, from The New Tefianttm that by the "Word Spirit, meant the of God; and therefore being Born Spirit, our Lord intended being Born Word of God. Likewile, 'I hat as initltuted in the New Tejlamait, the initiating Right into the Kingdom of /., c. the New Covenant.
23 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Lands and Houfes. BE LET, And entered upon immediately* FARM the rilhes of Shcldwich ft® and Throwleigh, in the County

Lands and Houfes. BE LET, And entered upon immediately* FARM the rilhes of Shcldwich ft® and Throwleigh, in the County

of Kent; confift'^^^S^S^r Owelling- Hn nS 111 k over againft SheldiS 111 wich Church, Barn, Sta,tM |l)le. and about 60 Acres Arable and Pafture Lands, late the Occupation of Peter Cole. For further Particuars enquire of Mr. Hawker, or of Mr. Creed, Sittingbourne. LET, entered up
23 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

letter from a French officer in Corfica fays, " Paoli perfuaded his followers, that France has, on the inilance of the court England, agreed fend but a fmal! limitted number of troops hither; fo that it/will always, eafv for him to make head again!! them. He has jult put under a
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DENMARK.

DENMARK.

Copenhngen, Nov. 7. In conhderation of the high price of rye, and to relieve the inhabitants of this capital, the college of the chamber of finances | hath ordered 10,000 tons of that commodity to be taken out of the King's magazines, order to be fold among the°peopleat two crow
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTEBRURY.

CANTEBRURY.

Friday laft Francis Bingham, a young man about years of age, apprentice Mr. Stonehoufe, Carpenter, of Maidftone, in fixing pump in a well near Lord Romney's feat, and putting the rope in the pulley that was to let the pump down, miffed his hold, fell into the well which was upwa
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England