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7 71-4 4 i UN C aIL sad the keeled 114DCLIFFE.—Bet hoar ready this read CORDIAL ELIXIR hes haw adekentedef

7 71-4 4 i UN C aIL sad the keeled 114DCLIFFE.—Bet hoar ready this read CORDIAL ELIXIR hes haw adekentedef

late D iu ggiits. and a kW S et o f mercenary fee/telly to be credited : Fo u l ordinary Spirits, of clean and pure Brandy, with bale or damaged ars sow, to the Shams if their Vendee, the Public, fat that noble and Elixir g none Lou tibe guilty of but (Bah amen body elle but the
22 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
4 1 t . K To the PR IN 'PE it, &c. [ the H: fp U u G te

4 1 t . K To the PR IN 'PE it, &c. [ the H: fp U u G te

l - d 1 i i t n hath b;e ape s w ri sly whether Great Britain bath bath net a Bight to impoft Taxes upon her Colonies in America, yet it is a Point which never ought to have broeibileto at all titre or map where ear indeed ever been, %f tree Intact of Ibis otn Colooies had been
22 November 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
On a T>o W L of PUN C H.

On a T>o W L of PUN C H.

[from Mr. Tovicv'i Poems, juA puhlifhed. j Will Li T I fat penfive in my elbow chair. Four nymphs appear'd, O how di- vinely fair ! VnJii came firft, in water-colours gay, hiandyfii next as brght as Phcebus' my. In a Itraw-grown then came Limonia keen, And S.ictliariflii fwcet,
22 November 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHORT DISCOURSES

SHORT DISCOURSES

Oo (be raOCRESS of REVEALED RELIGION! The AUTnORITT of the SCAirTURESi And the PKINCirLES of CH&ISTIAMITT. DANIEL WATSON, M. A. VlCAft of Middletoh Tvaj, io Yoekihiki. ii ihtt, villh ftr it A **r-%rrtfmt ftr tin ■** fit %.tfi ihtwt Iw til Tiimft in Sttr*. Ecclur. iii. ex. . Newc
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUFFOLK. Gentlemen, Clergy, and Frteholdeit of tl'.e County «f U F L K. yd Vacancy is in the Office of

SUFFOLK. Gentlemen, Clergy, and Frteholdeit of tl'.e County «f U F L K. yd Vacancy is in the Office of

one of tie CORONERS for this County the Fervour oj your Votes and inter eft iumkly for _ WOOD of Melton, Attorney at Law, he Coroner in Cafe oj h Vacancy. He has been Coroner for the Liberty oj £/, Eihcldred County fourteen Years knows the Duty oj the faidOjfice, and if has tie
26 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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HursDapc #c(la

From the LONDON GAZETTE Naples, Odoler 35. •s•■s> *O"£N Memory ofthe CelTation ofthe great .ajj. I ■§• Eruption of Mount Vefuvius lafl Year, my -4s* attributed to a Miracle of St. Janu-a- -«ts*as"i£" t 4> rius a Marble Statue has been erec- ted by the City of Naples, upon Maddal
26 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
GERMANY.

GERMANY.

Berlin, 22. We learn from the frontiers of Poland, that the Confederates purfue the Difridents with ! greater fury than ever; that they break open and pillage their Churches, and burn all the Bibles and religious books they can find : And that at village called Zychlin, fituate
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Subfcriptions and Advertifcmens for th.s are taken Mr, STEPHEN KATTE, BATTLE SUSSEX

Subfcriptions and Advertifcmens for th.s are taken Mr, STEPHEN KATTE, BATTLE SUSSEX

26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICE CORN BEAR-KEf LONDON, Nov. 8, 1768. Kent&Ef-| p.Quar. Bull. Wheat] 30 to 33s Hog dit. -jotoM* Foreign do. is

PRICE CORN BEAR-KEf LONDON, Nov. 8, 1768. Kent&Ef-| p.Quar. Bull. Wheat] 30 to 33s Hog dit. -jotoM* Foreign do. is

Beans - - i8toM« Barley - N dit. i6toi8s Br.Malt - Fine Flour Pale ditto - 20 Second dit. 28 Oats - - to Third dit. 26 Rye - - 2oto2is SMITHFI E L D, Nov. ' Beef 3 pcrlb>. I Veal Mutton j Pork d I C E S GRAI N, & at Canterbury. Wheat 325 38s I Old ditto *6s to Seed Wheat - 42s 2
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
From the London Papers, Nov. 12.

From the London Papers, Nov. 12.

Naples, 0ft.25. On the 20th of this month 6000 of our troops were put in march, in order to aflcmble under the command of Field Marlhal Tfchudi, in the province of Aquila, on the confines ofthe Pope's territories, from whence they are to nafs over to Rieti, and from there again
28 November 1768 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland