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TO BE SOLD, I' Handibme HOUSE, qn each Floor, fafhej, vvelhftted, #id thorough Repair, with good Garrets, Cellars, and Offices;

TO BE SOLD, I' Handibme HOUSE, qn each Floor, fafhej, vvelhftted, #id thorough Repair, with good Garrets, Cellars, and Offices;

and Iron rout, iituate in the Middle-frreet Deal, late the Dwelling of the Widow of Admiral EAvard Baker. N. B. A Stable for Two Hones, a fatal! Tenement adjoining, with a Yard lor Hay, &c. be fold-with the Dwelling-houfe, defired.—For further Particulars, enquire Mr. MIDDLETON,
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SUFFOLK N 0 K. WOODBMDGfi Fourth tnd l*ft SUBSCRIPTIONASSEMBtY wili-beo« fcv*..ih •f this irfttrrt Maieti, -£ ihe March Inltant, will

SUFFOLK N 0 K. WOODBMDGfi Fourth tnd l*ft SUBSCRIPTIONASSEMBtY wili-beo« fcv*..ih •f this irfttrrt Maieti, -£ ihe March Inltant, will

be « ASSEMBLY the Whit. L*oh >* nck.et. may be had at Three Shilling each. Tea and Coffee inchidee^.
18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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[Brought from Low aon by Exprefi.] THi Day arrived tbtt Mails from France, Warfaw, February 18. ?? HE 1 ith of this Month the Sieur v'VpX Malezevvlki, « the Head of icoo 0 10 Men, appeared before the Gates of QvNA-tj- Czenllochan, and demanded them to be opened; the Inhabitants
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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IRELAND

Dublin, March ii. Thurfday a Sharper went witha forged Draught of 4COI. to an emincr.t Banker to get C".lh for it ; but a* that Houfc bad no Dealings or Corrcfpondeece with tiic Draw- er's Name, the Villain was trrken into Cuftod; , but as he was going to Newgate, he wt.s r-fcue
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LINEN-DRAPER and HABERDASHER, in full Jlufinifs, in a populous Trading-Town ia the Weft-Riding York/hire, wants an APPRENTICE. Enquire G, Wright,

LINEN-DRAPER and HABERDASHER, in full Jlufinifs, in a populous Trading-Town ia the Weft-Riding York/hire, wants an APPRENTICE. Enquire G, Wright,

the Printer this Paper. Fee will be expe&cd. To SOL D, At Mr. John Lowe's, the Swan Inn Ferrybridge, Wedvtfday the 12th Day cf April next, inftvtra! Lots', esfiiall be mentioned in the Conditions It then and ibtrt produced, . A Very improveable E S T AT at Brothert'on and Poole,
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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WANTED, SOME BEAGLES, about 14 Inches high. Whoever has any to part with, on fending Lem,. to Mr. Taylor, Bookfeller,

WANTED, SOME BEAGLES, about 14 Inches high. Whoever has any to part with, on fending Lem,. to Mr. Taylor, Bookfeller,

in Stafford, !hall be waited on. N. B. A good Price will be given if they are approved of.
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Extraif of a tetter from B-enlflrd, dated thh day,.■ ' one tfclock.

Extraif of a tetter from B-enlflrd, dated thh day,.■ ' one tfclock.

Extraif of a tetter from B-enlflrd, dated thh day, ■ ' one tfclock. " At eleven came on here agiin the eleflion of a reprefentative for th's county, in the room of our ?? member. After the Sheritts vvere duely fwoin to return the perfoii vv'io appeared to have the majority bf leg
20 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
. 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
 
Spirits, Head-aehs, bad Digeftion, and the innumerable Difordcrs arifing from undue Proportion of inienfible thefc Drops are divine Remedy. Sold

Spirits, Head-aehs, bad Digeftion, and the innumerable Difordcrs arifing from undue Proportion of inienfible thefc Drops are divine Remedy. Sold

Wholefaie, in Bottles of One Guinea, Half Guinea, and Five Shillings and Threepence each, Mr. Fell's, No. 14, in Pater-nofter Row, and Duke Street, Weftaiinfter. T. N O R R I S. Alfo Retail at Mr. Kearny's, Mr. Woodfill's, Charinpr-crofs iMr. Davenhill, No. 8, Cornhill; Mr.Walkd
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THURSDAY, March 16, 1769.

THURSDAY, March 16, 1769.

It is very extraordinary tliat the firft diforder or indecency that has happened at thefe meetings, ftiould be committed the gentlemen who exclaim fo loudly agamft riot and tumiilt; and that they fhould come armed with fticlts for the iake of Quiet, and give blows to keep the pe
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England