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LONDON.

LONDON.

Tuefday March 1. np*H,E beginingdf late week the univerfity of Oxford voted addrefs to the King, h has fmce heen to his Majelly. new writ is out for electing Knight of the Shire for the county of Warwick,in the room of William Throgmorton Bromley, ; deceafcd. We hear that a peti
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
making a fcrong impreffion upon a fet of men, who feck the ruin of public Liberty. They have long loft

making a fcrong impreffion upon a fet of men, who feck the ruin of public Liberty. They have long loft

fight of all national good, but they may now poftibly refrain from further acts of defpotifm, and if we enjoy the ncble privileges of our country, conhrmed by the Great Charter nnd the Bill of Rights, particularly thole refpecting the Freedom of Elections, fecured to us by the W
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MARSH. Lj s , el) given tothe feveral a that " of Lands o,„ hereb required to Cou 8 Scot!

MARSH. Lj s , el) given tothe feveral a that " of Lands o,„ hereb required to Cou 8 Scot!

b Three- rm-land or Wall \r in the faid kewife Watering < n due - all Perfons Car after faid * the Wanes ac■ A and Cuftoms of faid q J- ROLFE, Clerk. -^Gjf? « THOMAS defi Warehorn, Mr. JOHN 111 lftrator » attheWOOLfWfEN' ° Friday the 0n at o'Clock IB? oft lye tlle Dividend then
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO EE LETT IMMEDIATELY, HOUSE neatly fitted up, for a fniall Family, with a pleafant Court before it, in St.

TO EE LETT IMMEDIATELY, HOUSE neatly fitted up, for a fniall Family, with a pleafant Court before it, in St.

Margaret's this City, late the Occupation of Mrs. ROSE, confifting a Hall, Two Parlours fhicco'd, a Kitchen, Pantry, a good Cellar, a Wafh-houfe with a Pump in it, and large Brew-houfe, Three Bed-chambers, One Drellmg Room, and One Servant's Room.—-For further Particulars, enqui
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
. TO BE -SOLD, At Fave' (bam, now tbe Standard Key, f. tiandfcmeSaLOGP, fx - built, vyt'B-tittiticrerd, and alfo and

. TO BE -SOLD, At Fave' (bam, now tbe Standard Key, f. tiandfcmeSaLOGP, fx - built, vyt'B-tittiticrerd, and alfo and

faiL.iiM well \ teg ether; fail v til, 'K^.i' about Fourteen Fifteen a a Years old; was funk en Hurt otheiwile than her Rudder, Flatches, &c. £V:c. and v ill fold accordingly.—The Vtfili, and all belonging-to her, may fecn enquiring 8 of Mr. DANIEL HEDGE, or Mr. THCL BENNETT, 'o
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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ALL Perlons having ary Demands the of Mrs. HANNAH WATSON, late of Margate, Widow, deceafed, are defired to give Account

ALL Perlons having ary Demands the of Mrs. HANNAH WATSON, late of Margate, Widow, deceafed, are defired to give Account

of fuch Demands to her Executors, Mr. Isaac Baiber and Mr. John Watfon, of Margate, order their being paid. And all Periods who were indebted to her at the Time ot her Deceafc, are hereby required pay their refpective Debts to the faid Executors forthwith. ■JOS J GOFT N, From LO
4 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Friday March Mefiage was yefterday fent a great both Houies, the contents of which have not yet tranfpired. Five noble perfonages, we are told, have entered their protefts, on the lubje£i of a late great caufe. Laft night, meeting intended for Gentlemen, Merchants, and Traders o
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I G H A M - DIVI S I O N. NOTICE hereby Given, That the next Monthly Meeting of

I G H A M - DIVI S I O N. NOTICE hereby Given, That the next Monthly Meeting of

hisMajeity'sJuftices of the Peace acting in and for the Ealt-Divifion ofthe Lath ofSaint Auguftine (commonly called theWingham-Divifion) is adjourned fromTuefday the°thDav of this Inftant March (being the Aflize Week) to the Tueiday following, the Fourteenth Day of this Month, t
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MILK OF ROSES. TOEING a ncw-difcovered Preparation. which gives Way to no other whatever private or public Fife, as has

MILK OF ROSES. TOEING a ncw-difcovered Preparation. which gives Way to no other whatever private or public Fife, as has

been already experienced by of the higheft Rank this Kingdom : There is no Roughncfs or Rednefs on the Skin, whether occasioned by Wind, Sun, or Eruptions from Heats, Surfeits, &c. that it does not remove and fufcen]; fmooths and whitens the Skin, a mere delicate and far greater
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
jp. o E P, From their Mailer on Sunday the 9 SCOTT, a and Jk. GREAVES his Mate. 'Ihe Waggoner

jp. o E P, From their Mailer on Sunday the 9 SCOTT, a and Jk. GREAVES his Mate. 'Ihe Waggoner

is little Man, Twrntv-twu Years of Age* and about Five Feet and a Half high, of Brown Complexion, wears genem rally Red Jacket with * h'itc One over it, and biffh With Look', Curls. The Mate a young Man, about Eighteen Years of and about Five Feet Six Inches high, Complexion, an
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England