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TUESDAY, MARCII 7, 17(9.

TUESDAY, MARCII 7, 17(9.

the Crown are to call on the bounty of Parliament, zo recruit the Civil Lift, that previ°Lilly to t►eir fo doing, they will forcibly call on thole whole provtnee it is, to pals thofe accounts, or at lea* fuller them to be called on by proceffes from the Exchequer I fay fuffer th
7 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Bell Wharf, in the Paul in the Coun- dealer and Chapman. the younger, now y-Court Fleet-Street, aylor Dealer and Chapman, of North Walfham in Norfolk,Grocer.—Wil- Longleyha.ll the in the County of York, Eft dealer and Chapman.
4 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the Printers ot*the Gazette. GENTLEMEN, ' PERMIT me to give you a leaf mable hint, that is, to have

To the Printers ot*the Gazette. GENTLEMEN, ' PERMIT me to give you a leaf mable hint, that is, to have

every affair of importance properly authenticated, left (like the euitors of Ll. E. P.) you both on yourfelves and your Paper. lam a Freeman of Canterbury, and have a right to take upon contradict thole inductions, are inferted u\Lloyd's Evening of Friday night, fent by the City
4 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
AN ENTIRE NEW WORK. By the KlNG's Royal Licence and Authority, Granted at St. On Satnrdav March wi!l be (Price

AN ENTIRE NEW WORK. By the KlNG's Royal Licence and Authority, Granted at St. On Satnrdav March wi!l be (Price

SIX-P KNCE) Adorned wi curious finely engraved from original Drawing of Mr. Wale, (ihe Whole t» comp'.eated in FORTY only, or the O.erpus delivered Gratis, each Number to be with a ru "tool Copper-Pla'c from Drawings or. Pu'pcfe Mr. Wat.c, andothrr eminent Ariilts more ele -i en
4 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Now Selline off PRTME COST or under, THE STOCK in TRADE of THOMAS BUCKLEY, at his Houfe near the Red

Now Selline off PRTME COST or under, THE STOCK in TRADE of THOMAS BUCKLEY, at his Houfe near the Red

PumPn, Canterbury; confining of Habcrdafhery, Hard-Ware, and Hoficry GOODS great Variety of figured and plain Ribbons^&c. N. B. AH Perfons who have any Demands on the faid Thomas Buckley, are defired to fend their Bills to John Cumming, Attorney, at Canterbury : And all thofe in
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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ALT. P«rft»' having any Demand ;on the Ed ire of Mrs. HANNAH WATSON, I late of Marc; Art, Widow, dcccafcd,

ALT. P«rft»' having any Demand ;on the Ed ire of Mrs. HANNAH WATSON, I late of Marc; Art, Widow, dcccafcd,

ALT. P«rft»' having any Demand ;on the Ed ire of Mrs. HANNAH WATSON, I late of Marc; Art, Widow, dcccafcd, are de- fired to give an Account fuch Demands to her Executors, Mr. Barber and Mr. John Watfon,ofMaro-ate, in orderto their being paid. And all Perfons who were indebted to
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
•ice Tioo-Pence-Halfpenny. • he SCRIBBLER, No. 19. fi hateful to the Cods as tbofi 0, wilt bard Hearts delight tn

•ice Tioo-Pence-Halfpenny. • he SCRIBBLER, No. 19. fi hateful to the Cods as tbofi 0, wilt bard Hearts delight tn

others Griffs: Man Who it void of all feeling for the nuferiee of hit fellow-creatures has bo‘ Vy confcientious reftraint to keep him from A fls of barbarity and oppremon. When Pity has once deferred the human bread, Cruelty becomes its Alcceflbr. Cruelty more dangerous in its c
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
J Of ukm way bt ktd.

J Of ukm way bt ktd.

J Of way bt ktd. T. ’Balfamie TinAure of A cl for the Jaundice, and (hi S. Tinfiure of N T AI ter, which givei healthy Ap{ 3- TinAurrof SPLEEN cal Diferders. 4- Twfinreof SACK, fa ill other of M id 4. Elixir of « A ADANA tino. It ro-eAeWiftri the H« fachu fallow, tad « nwtifm, it
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
For tbr TEETH GUMS. ' JACOB HEMET, Duktut to her Mcjefty, and ~the Princcfi Amelia, hep Leave to recommend the

For tbr TEETH GUMS. ' JACOB HEMET, Duktut to her Mcjefty, and ~the Princcfi Amelia, hep Leave to recommend the

Public, hit newly difeovemi EJfenu of Pearl, and Pearl Dentifrice, Which has found to he greatly foperior, not only in 1- Icgance, bat ilb in Efficacy, to any Thing hitherto made UfeofferGomplaintaoftheTWtlanllHM; Particularly, they w<II pre/irvt the Teeth in porftS found State,
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
[Num. 7-730 Edinburgh, Saturday, Marcb 4, 1769.

[Num. 7-730 Edinburgh, Saturday, Marcb 4, 1769.

4 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland