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7 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDI NBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their f' ing-houfe in the Parliament-dole, where

EDI NBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their f' ing-houfe in the Parliament-dole, where

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1 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THEATRE.

THEATRE.

The comedy of the FALSE DELICACY.*, has never beeen acted. here, is in reheard, will, by particular defire, be sifted on Sa- fe'ennight. Leith, March 4. Arrived the Falton of •• dour, Coventry, from Stockton with oais I Janet of Cramond, Anderfon, from Aleinout'' 1 tiii to. Sail
4 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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r» SOL D. A LLithofe MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS to the Moothkll, is the Cattle Garth, of ifttc upon Tyna .ia.che.occapauon of William Moul, viAualler, ando:hci», at the aonual tern of |al. hcM b» for a term of vean, whereof there are now yean to come, under the annual referved" rent
4 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A catalogue of New Books, with remarks and extracts, continued. [98.]

A catalogue of New Books, with remarks and extracts, continued. [98.]

The hi (lory of the reign of the Emperor Charles 1 ivith a view the progrefs of fociety in Europe, from the fubverfton the Roman empire to the beginning of the fixteenth century. By William Robertfon, D. 13. Principal of the Univer. fity Edinburgh, and to his Mpjefly for Scotlan
1 March 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Like thee, cut ofFin early youth, And flower of beauty's pride, His friend, his firft and only joy, His much-lov'd

Like thee, cut ofFin early youth, And flower of beauty's pride, His friend, his firft and only joy, His much-lov'd

Stella died. Him too the ftern impulfe of fate Refiftlefs bears along ;• And the fame rapid tide fftall whelm The poet and the fong. The tear pity which he fhed, afks not to receive; Let but his poor remains be laid Obfcurely in the grave. His grief-worn heart, with trued joy Sh
1 March 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

L 0 N' D O N, J.elrictir} &*'}* ' YESTERDAY ; Freeholders at, the Aflhmbly£ om Mile-EML, in behalf of JOHN fl, e - Elij. The following! is. ai Iketch ICCC , edin 8 ' There were near four erncn Freeholders of the county of Mid'dbvt 1 tWcdve o^lock'M^'To'wnferid dej S ene ral voic
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, February 25.

LONDON, February 25.

A converfatidn which lately paffed between Mr. Wilkes and a certain Placeman, having been mifi-eprefented, the particulars of the conference are here faithfully ftated.— The Placeman, who was formerly one Wilkes's moft intimate friends, had called feveral times lately on an hone
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AT the cto : s er« of the Town of MKLKSHAM, 111 the Couiity Willi, Held this Day, wis »i

AT the cto : s er« of the Town of MKLKSHAM, 111 the Couiity Willi, Held this Day, wis »i

follows! , «' Wm Ik ft AS great idle, and difor- Journeymen the Couhtiel of Wilij and Pan Somcifet, hivc.rntned into a» unlawful and *ry Combination ami Confederacy, Af"y detiimental to the Mailer Cloili-Workers and prejudicial the Trade, and have audacioully printed the fame, f
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 28 .

LONDON, Feb. 28 .

We hear two thoufand feamen will fpeedily be wanted to man fome (hips of war going upon an expedition of importance. Lail Sunday afternoon the Right Hon. Lord North, eldeft fon to the Earl of Guildford, and Chancellor of the Exchequer, had a conference with his Majelly at the (t
7 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England