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EXTEMPORE

EXTEMPORE

On the Death of the Marchioncfs of Tavistock. WHEN the young RulTel, good and wile, A Victim fell to Death's keen Dart, His Confort bore it — as the could, She bote it — with a broken Heart. From that fad Hour no Sight flic faw, But ftill her Ruftl's Fate recurr'd ; Her playf 1
26 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Briflol, Nov. 24. We hear that Peter Taylor, life; has prefented a Petition complaining of an undue Election and Return for tlie City of Wei Is. We have melancholy Account:, from various Parts of the Country, and particularly "Wales, of Damage done by the late Rain ; it having t
26 November 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

From the French head quarters Corlica, Oct. 30. We have lately received a reinforcement of eight battalions, and expected three other regiments of four battalions each, which are near Toulon, but they mull flay where they are cantoned, the bad weather will lender encampment impr
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

the NEW-YORK GAZETTE. Bolton, October 10. the Poftfcript to the Bolton News-Letter laft Thurfday, very imperfect Account being published of the Advice of Council on the Affair laid before,them the 3d Lilian.';, are to the whole the Proceedings df the Council relative thereto; wh
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the PUB C, late Ward's invaluable MediciiifiSi prepared from the Receipts given that Gentleman his Death, to John Page, Efq;

the PUB C, late Ward's invaluable MediciiifiSi prepared from the Receipts given that Gentleman his Death, to John Page, Efq;

Member for Chichelier, and by him moll beltov. Ed the Public, are to be had of the Perfons hereunder mentioned; wheat may had gratis, Directions for taking the faid Medicines, and an Account of their Effedfs Thefe Medicines have been difpenfed for thefe two lall Years part, in c
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
If to LET Martinmas rtxt.

If to LET Martinmas rtxt.

MALTIN’ G, iittiase in the ukn- b a n jc, Nc»caft!e, » :h a SI I Li*. *fch:dl ijjjs. B d all nv«cciUr # *. LnquiiC at Mr A k cf. Ke^caftlc. lo it la , ion Ot M . n v ncv*. SHOP, I;Uc!y ficrul in ti.f Wheat Market, now ill.* Orcu,»»*M <V. r f nuv* f. »-.<bir.ec cof* .Mr ihe o. 1
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

The light Hon. Mr. George Grenville, it. faid, will foon be appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer. It faid, with lbme degree of certainty, that Mr. Wilkes, and the gentleman he has charged as being culpable in procuring information again!! him in the affair of the North Briton,
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DESER T E D,

DESER T E D,

T E D, FROM Capt. Munro’s recruiting Party Ncwcaftlc upon Tyne-, the November, belonging to the 68th Regiment, JOHN HUSK, aged 17 Years, five Feet five Inches high, dark brown Hair, grey Ryes, frefh Complexion, round ficvd, and well made; hid on, when black Coat, black Veft, and
26 November 1768 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
which freir.i «: : the If.z, the Di ihc Arch-Duu. 11. A Letter ficra Genoa, dated Oft. faya. *V, •

which freir.i «: : the If.z, the Di ihc Arch-Duu. 11. A Letter ficra Genoa, dated Oft. faya. *V, •

from Toulon, that 150 Corficar.s, whom it.e had made Prifonert, and who were cor.f.ced in the Gaols that Town, hate made their Ei.aae, and taken R.. in Ewroy.* 12. LettersfcomFlorer.es of the n’. confirm th* Account of Eaithquake l aving been teu i..erc u,.. and add, That it had
26 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK ami NORFOLK. THE TRUE-BLUE CLUB will be btU at Comsj tht Cokn-HilL, leiwicu, TuesdaK next, 19th cf tin* Inflmr

SUFFOLK ami NORFOLK. THE TRUE-BLUE CLUB will be btU at Comsj tht Cokn-HilL, leiwicu, TuesdaK next, 19th cf tin* Inflmr

NuvfraSer. be SOLD Auer on, on the Piemt.es, (By JOHN OLIVER from Bury) On Thursday the Eighth December, i; 6*, between the Hours Ten and Twelve o’Clodt in the Forenoon. A Large Copyhold lately a Publtck-Houre. almoft new built, and well Ctoated the Manor Hxacrave-GarEN, about f
26 November 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England