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The Edinburgh Cotirant of March n, contains a great Number of Letters from different Parts of Scotland, rela- tive to

The Edinburgh Cotirant of March n, contains a great Number of Letters from different Parts of Scotland, rela- tive to

the Rejoicings made in each, on account of the Succefs of the Hon. Mr. Douglas iri his Caufe. At Douglas* in particular, after a grand Entertainment, on the 9th Inftant, a Number of Gentlsmen, accompanied by all the different Trades, and attended by the Military with tl'en- Capt
24 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ExtraS of a Letter from Brentford, dated Thurfday On1.o'Clock.

ExtraS of a Letter from Brentford, dated Thurfday On1.o'Clock.

ExtraS of a Letter from Brentford, dated Thurfday On 1 o'Clock. " At Eleven came on here again the Election ofa Re- prefentative for this County, in the room of our late expelled Member. After the Sheriffs were duly fworn to reiurn the Perfon who appeared to have the Majority of
24 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 21.

LONDON, March 21.

A Letter from Paris, dated March 15, fays," The Corficans have received a dreadful Blow from their At- tack on our Polls acßarbaggio; M. Marbceuf has allured .our Court that they loft the Flower of their Troops in that Encounter. M. Colonna, one of their belt Officers is taken P
24 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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?? •_.__*♦"• I Tl-Jbfttay 'drfl W-""_"- Mail Jtot* "Holland. Pettrfbttrgh, February 10. tf tjryp at jr^ H B Emprefi has juft created a ■yfQs v- Wq new Council for Political atrcl n5' J "" yL Military Affairs. Her Imperial Jjt* X *_S Majefty will prefide :u it her- \U-*a _ n-CL f
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The CASE the Inhabitants ok Broadstairs in the Ijle of Thanet, the County of Kent, humbly jubmitted to the Cgnfi'deration

The CASE the Inhabitants ok Broadstairs in the Ijle of Thanet, the County of Kent, humbly jubmitted to the Cgnfi'deration

the Humane and Charitable. is a village confuting of about ninety families of induiirious people, chiefly employed the Iceland cod-fdhery, whofe rcildence there th been on account of harbour, formed wall compofed of Timber and earth, and carried into the fea, milch" hath been ve
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
lfc^o\vSvJ AUCTlox, ... i y the u ' ROCHESTER, on (f L 0 Inftan£ Four Lots, Undivided Moiety A nd

lfc^o\vSvJ AUCTlox, ... i y the u ' ROCHESTER, on (f L 0 Inftan£ Four Lots, Undivided Moiety A nd

V Chatham ' I« ar ,° caeftcr the Whole "~ / -2. Rent -J pr, .'"divided Moiety I »bout men, and' U let theV I 3. TT " " ■ divided Mole ty of 1 eParimof All» <" , nerin.the U 7 * let . Stoice, the Whole - J I aP arrn ,dlvidt dMoietvofl / Keft . a ;Durham, near Ro- V 1Cl ' M " - -
4 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the Printers ofthi Kkn-tishGazi-.ttt. allium jam inJe apv.cro Ter. Adel. ' SIRS, >-TpHAT Mr. and his fellow-pn- J_ ihicr in

the Printers ofthi Kkn-tishGazi-.ttt. allium jam inJe apv.cro Ter. Adel. ' SIRS, >-TpHAT Mr. and his fellow-pn- J_ ihicr in

Mr. Allen are bvth very crh.'iiua's, will not indeed have 'more'prudence than it— -The* one Hands' con th* cowitry oFivllful • incurred' the attempt- lii'itfef '-"id dfper ate of d?fe the eftbe H C —, then ir. execution Brentford. —The murder, though not actually perpetrated by
4 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

William Plummer, Efq; member for Hertfordfhire, has prefentcd the Rev. Dr. Berkeley, Prebendary of Canterbury, the living Cookham in Berkihire. - Friday there was as heavy fall of and about Maidllone in Kent, has been known for feveral years paft, belides which that part of the
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Inflruclioi-r from the Mayor and Corporation to their Reprejentatives. WE your ConP.ituents, willing you to know that you are instructed

Inflruclioi-r from the Mayor and Corporation to their Reprejentatives. WE your ConP.ituents, willing you to know that you are instructed

by us with no other powers than what from time to time think proper to confer upon you, do require, 1. That henceforth, in all your debates, you confider the fupreme legislative and executive power kingdoms to be veiled in the lowell order of the people —commonly called the mob.
1 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England