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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
 
alia bill'. Ijii- 4. A new Writ's ordered to iffued out for the Election a Knight Shire !*r the County

alia bill'. Ijii- 4. A new Writ's ordered to iffued out for the Election a Knight Shire !*r the County

oi'Midditfeir, in the room of John Wilkes, Elq; is laid the above Wodion is fixed for the tjlh'of i ext Month. £v. Pcfli ISc, t. f>*v St: !■ Chron Burn'S of the Copy cf tbit -r if’ Jitttt -/ tj Ckantry fer the E!rSu* Kef Jit J iviri Jet ht C: any »f Mihdujtxou laji, Whereas John
25 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Co lie 9 ffi % ©j A CONVENIENT MESSUAGE and Outbuild- ings, fituate at Cation, in the County of Stafford,

Co lie 9 ffi % ©j A CONVENIENT MESSUAGE and Outbuild- ings, fituate at Cation, in the County of Stafford,

in the PofTeffiori of Thomas Gell, and Five Clofes of Land, lying near thereto, called the Big Headlow, the Little Headlow, the New Clofe, the Over Croft, and the Oe/r ?? tie Gate, Alfo another Mefluage, funding near to the foimer, and in the holding of Richard Bold. All the Bui
3 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BRISTOL.,, Feb. 24., 17691 For MADEIRA and BARBADOS, Am', will positively fail in Ten Days, The SHIP BLAZE JOHN SMITH,

BRISTOL.,, Feb. 24., 17691 For MADEIRA and BARBADOS, Am', will positively fail in Ten Days, The SHIP BLAZE JOHN SMITH,

Mailer. For Freight Pail'age, apply to the laid Malter, at Mr. Samuel Meenekleys , Merchant,' in Briftol. This Ship is about 300 Tons Burthen, Biiftol built, about eight Months old, has made but one Voyage, as completely fitted for PaiTengcrs any Ship in England, and will confla
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
f, the a«JotkeN, T tICKS'i VoUtile CEPHALIC SALTS. unlvcrftlly allowed only fafc, radical for til NftftOOVt DlloADrM. The kind Reception

f, the a«JotkeN, T tICKS'i VoUtile CEPHALIC SALTS. unlvcrftlly allowed only fafc, radical for til NftftOOVt DlloADrM. The kind Reception

tnd grelt radical for til is- OAOtnl. The kind Reception and this Mcdip'.ne ha* nrift with, tn.ny Yalrl, from Numbers of Perfons, it unneeeffary pafs fny Enedhtiuffl,Or with Atdotlr extol its Virtues, tbr is no Invention. It's Qualifications and powerful Influence are . . « A.II
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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9 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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9 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, MAacii 23.

BATH, MAacii 23.

Arriv'd here. Lady Bingley, Sir George Yotinge, Sir William Mansfield, Sir Thomas Googe, Col. Younge, Capt. Sartis and Lady, Mr. and Mrs. Garrick, Mr. and Mrs. Brock, Mr. Blake, Mr. Baddcrley, Mr. Pipard, Mr. Googe, Mr. Oliver, Mr. Gaftry, Mr. Haiftwell, Mr. Mills, Mr. Defanthun
23 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Cofn Exchange, MARK LANE. London. Wheat 31s od to 38s od Hog 10 «t« Barley l2sodtoi7sod Beans to 20s od Rye 18s to 20s od Tares Oats 11s od to od Finrfl flour 335. per Sack. Brown Malt 19s od to od Second Sort - - 30s Pale Malt 20s od to 25s od Third Sort - - 27s od Peafe
23 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, March 9.

BATH, March 9.

Arriv'd here, His Royal Highnefs the DUKE of GLOCESTER, Duke Roxborough, Marquis of Monthermer, Lord Lofckemaven, Hon. Colonel Weft, Col. Clarkeand Lady, Col.Rainsford, Major Haywood, Capt. arid Lady, Cox, Capt. Campbell, Dr. JaiV'rifMr. and Mrs". Lane, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Efcot;'' M
9 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England