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[ 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
 
To be LETT,

To be LETT,

Genteel Modern-Built HOUSE, fit for fmall Family, containing two Rooms and a large light Drcffing-Room a Floor, with Under-ground Kitchen, Brew-Houf.*, pav’d Court-Yard, and other good Convenicncies, late in the Occupation of **** St an den, Efq; and fituatc in King’s-Mraddirect
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, November

BATH, November

Arriv’d here, Duke and Duchefs of Buccleinrk James Wilfon, Lady Twifdell, Gen. Owen 1 B Hunter, Col. Slpper, Major Sangcley. Rollelton, Mr. and Mrs. Read, Mr. and Mrs hois, Mr. and Mrs. Hotham, Mr. and Mrs a Mr. and Mrs. Humes, Mr. and Mrs. Beckford r?’ and Mrs. Greaves, Mr. and
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
f T)ay is Puhlijked, ic Y EAR T76R, s AIL Y JO URNALj made more commodious r writing in for

f T)ay is Puhlijked, ic Y EAR T76R, s AIL Y JO URNALj made more commodious r writing in for

the Pocket, ounH, with Pockets lor Notts or Letters, scc. nT-Book, for the Pcck:t or Dcjk has been 1, that for almoQ Years, which has now only had conftant iucteafing Sale, but has the Approbation of the Public beyond any Perea. fulcs the Pockct-Bi:k, cxaclly ruled for Appoint*
28 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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[N U MB. 1593.1 To the PRINTER. <5 K, ••• ••• a political fociety, of which I have the hol JL * *} hour be a member, Hugh C'allidy, (who, jt(L «t ho’but an Irilliman, has the cutely tongue I | ! l;e(l head-piece) got up, and delivered him- W_ *■ follows. . ... . . . ji may appea
28 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON, November 24

LONDON, November 24

Yefterday an Exprefs arrived in Town from Cambridge, with an Account that the Earl of Hardwicke had declined, and that it was ex- pected the Duke of Grafton would come in Chan- cellor of that Univerfity without Oppofition. In the Year 1747, the Spaniards declared "War againfl Gr
26 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To the PRINTER, _V. I

To the PRINTER, _V. I

S I R, I Do not think there ii an Animal which tread* on the Earth, or flies in the Air, or fwims in the Water, to which Mankind is more indebted than the Goofe ; and yet, ungrateful Wretches as we are ! we frequently fhed the Blood of our Benefaftrefs. Let me fay a Word in Vind
26 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, November 19.

LONDON, November 19.

hear that the Greenwich, newly arrived from Bombay, brings Advice, that fomc Ships of War belonging to the India Company, had failed the latter End of March luff, with a Detachment Land Forces on Expedition Mangalourc, the principal Sea belonging to lleydtr Ally, where that ime
22 November 1768 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
'0 be Lett, and entered upon immediately,

'0 be Lett, and entered upon immediately,

(muted in Bafmgftokc, Hants, (being a Tpotting Country) Milts tlUUut (torn London, y genteel and convenient Modern-built j coul'ifting of three Parlours, four b.uulfomc o ulvich arc large four good Garrets, Kitall oilier convenient UlKces and Clumbers o\cr them, Subling more and
28 November 1768 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Thurfday Morning, about One o'Clock* died, inthe 575 th Year of his Age, at Newcaftle- Houfe in Lincoln's kn-helds, his

Thurfday Morning, about One o'Clock* died, inthe 575 th Year of his Age, at Newcaftle- Houfe in Lincoln's kn-helds, his

Grace Thomas Pelharn Holies, Duke of Newcaftle upon Tyne, alfo Duke of Newcaftlfe under Lyne, Staffordfhire, Marq. of C|are, and -jptfrPeiham* Chancellor of the Univerfity of Cambridge, Recorder of Nottingham, Cuftos Rotulorum of that Town and County; Steward, Keeper, and Guardi
25 November 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England