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To be LETT, and entered upon immediate^, A Genteel HOUSE, fit for a fmall Family, l.lu.trd in Grrrard-Street, Bradley's Buildings,

To be LETT, and entered upon immediate^, A Genteel HOUSE, fit for a fmall Family, l.lu.trd in Grrrard-Street, Bradley's Buildings,

Haiti. For fnither IVinuli ■«, enquire of Meffrs. Trimnrll and Ciofs, Upholders, in Wellgatc-ftrcct, who will Ihew the Hoilfe to any Perfnn willing to ireat for ihc fame. To be L E T T, A HOUSE, pleafantly (ituatcd, confuting of two Pai lours, a large Dming-Room, and even other
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Confide rations on Proceedings by Information and At.tacbment. By a Bar rift er at Law. Bvo. is.

Confide rations on Proceedings by Information and At.tacbment. By a Bar rift er at Law. Bvo. is.

Confide rations on Proceedings by Information and At tacbment. By a Bar rift er at Law. Bvo. is. THIS Writer endeavours to Ihew that Informations and Attachment, are, in their nature, of the mull dangerous tendency, and however conlonant to the practice of the Courts, are entirel
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday Nights Post

Wednesday Nights Post

The To' /.dvicrs cam.* Mail Holland. i n % Kovtmltr 5. Coull itdv 1 rtce.ved '1 A tocc « **>«' of n A had puffed a party AAA A f in'i) (i c 1 h«»i yar<, re <<in»c .» were I 11/ for Gall rail, in b ffidor here, ar.u •oh o' ir, the r>f our T.vt reikis jo n'nc l to wrrr the U en; n
24 November 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
U mfcrted in this Mercury, are taken in by Mr. Barton, Bookfeller, in Louth, and C. Prefton, Bookfcller in whom

U mfcrted in this Mercury, are taken in by Mr. Barton, Bookfeller, in Louth, and C. Prefton, Bookfcller in whom

Mercury may be had Weekly. / , ~
24 November 1768 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
J^OST, on Thorftlay the 1 7th Novftn, ber 1768, becwixt Rait and Perth by tb-. Pod-boy, bu pocket book, mob!

J^OST, on Thorftlay the 1 7th Novftn, ber 1768, becwixt Rait and Perth by tb-. Pod-boy, bu pocket book, mob!

"a letter from Wiiliam Yeaman. Dund-e ro M- Jobn Maxton, Penh, with FOR fv p*m**nm STERLING in Penh General Bank H*£ inch/" ed therein. A REWARD of FiVE POUND" S.eriingis hereby offered by William Teaman, to anyperion who mall reftore the lame and 1 BB WARD of TEN POUNDS Sterlin
26 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AiL Chronicle.

AiL Chronicle.

''6"Nit''`•r:e' -;!t"lS.4*l!^e^fr'' clapt under hatches, then plundered and afterwards fcutt led the fhip. An earthquake was felt at Florence on the 19th of latt month at midnight, and followed by three other fhocks, which, however, had done damage that was heard of at the depar
24 November 1768 - Liverpool Chronicle 1767 - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
To be SOL D,

To be SOL D,

SEVERAL MefTuages or Tenements, fituatc in Weffgate-ftiect, in the fevcral PoflTcffions of Mr. Scudamore, Poulterer, Mr. Morgan,. Baker, Mr. Brookes, Vintner, Mr. Gowen, Butcher, and Others; hcldbyLeafc for Years, determinable with three Lives, under the Corporation. For particu
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On Friday thetlztint, willl)Sign SELLING by AUCTIONoit *Six o'Clt in die Evening the Wor..F'saaoct in WATIRGATE-STIOT feveral &tufted Volumes of

On Friday thetlztint, willl)Sign SELLING by AUCTIONoit *Six o'Clt in die Evening the Wor..F'saaoct in WATIRGATE-STIOT feveral &tufted Volumes of

the moll Jefut modern )ENGLISH BOOK S ; with large Family Bibles, Pocket Bibles, large and fmall Prayer nooks, Maps, Prints, Perfpeetive Views, Lettcr Cafes, Pocket Books, &c. The Books pare all New and neatly Bound, Gilt and Letter'd; feveral of them on Royal and other curious
22 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
are liberty, every law of G oft and Man, to right themfelves. It js therefore denionftrably evident, that the public

are liberty, every law of G oft and Man, to right themfelves. It js therefore denionftrably evident, that the public

Genoa hath right to fell or the Coificans to the French King. And it is contrary to every principle eighty, humanity, and good faith, for the French to make war ,upon this brave, oppre/fed people, and feck er.llave them. And I not fav, any on? nation, but all the nations and fta
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Wi To the PUBLIC. whofe Names are underwritten beg inform the Public, that wc open’d HOUSE, plcalaiiily fituated, about a-Mile

Wi To the PUBLIC. whofe Names are underwritten beg inform the Public, that wc open’d HOUSE, plcalaiiily fituated, about a-Mile

diftant from NcwcaQle, which have fitttjd up in elegant Manner, with every Acconunoiiition for the Receptipn of N ATI C S in or tfulent Cireumftiucct; In this Houfc, Peribits enti »o our Cate, Iliall be treated with the uti»6(l Aiteiiii'.s and Humanity.—The Terms arc reufunable,
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England