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...... . " 'A? Reign of fhe S :.i p E R or..fv ' ' '• ''tARLE S V. fee.

...... . " 'A? Reign of fhe S :.i p E R or..fv ' ' '• ''tARLE S V. fee.

?? . " ?? Reign of fhe S :.i p E R o r. f v ' ' '• ''tARLE S V. fee. „ „■ fvj an account was given o' the nature 1' N ?? ?? of this valuable hiftory ; the fol- • 1 ' g/rno pa(ias<*s contain a general review of ,f, e affairs which occurred during trie reign ■ "",,, g^peror Charles
18 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TUESDAY, MARCII 21, 1769.

TUESDAY, MARCII 21, 1769.

Jury, to fuppofe they would ever have found a Man guilty of Murder, if they had not been fully convinced of the Wound's having been the immediate Caufc of Mr. Cla,ke's 12. If Mr. Horne, Mr. Wilkes. or Mr. Serjeant Glynn, had been convitted of zhe like Offence, with the fame Evid
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Chefler, Martb 20, 1769. HOL. BURROWES, Cutler, Hardware-man, and Toy.man, HAVING declined Butinefs in fat 1 of his late Apprentice

Chefler, Martb 20, 1769. HOL. BURROWES, Cutler, Hardware-man, and Toy.man, HAVING declined Butinefs in fat 1 of his late Apprentice

SAMUEL BROMFIELD, takes this Opportunity of thanking his Friends for the many Ob igations he has received from them and humbly recommends to their Favour the laid Samuel Bromfield, his Succeflor, whole Integrity he has long exist rienced, and whole Diligence and Knowledge in the
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To he SOL D.

To he SOL D.

he SOL D. A MOIETY or HALF-PART of all that COAL-MINE, with its appurtenances, called Kibblcfwonh tituated Kibblcfworth, in the county Durham, cou rii.r* fcveral fcams of excelUm coal, formerly the property ! m Smith, and late belonging to his foil, Mr Knmierfoii Smith. or fm.i.r
18 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts.

Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts.

From the Evening Pods and Daily Papers, Marcli «tf. LON JON, March 1 6. \\7F, are informed, that Accounts have been re* _ ceived large Body of 70,000 Turks and Crim Tartars being defeated by Army Kullians con lifting of aj.ooo Men, in which the former loft and had taken I’rilbne
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The following ROOKS and MEDICINES are fold by the Printer of this Paper, And may be had of the Men

The following ROOKS and MEDICINES are fold by the Printer of this Paper, And may be had of the Men

who carry the fame November to, 176 6 Have appointed Josei-h Harrop, Printer, mube/ier, Agent for the Sale of MEDICI NFS that Town and Places adjacent, and fucli oilier Places where his News-Paper Circulates: Ail Shopkeepers and others, in the County of L.incajicr, may with them
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, Tuesday, March 14. We hear that his Royal the Duke of Cumberland is appointed an Admiral in the Roy4l

LONDON, Tuesday, March 14. We hear that his Royal the Duke of Cumberland is appointed an Admiral in the Roy4l

Navy, on the fame eltabhmment as the late Duke of York, andyefterday his Highnels appeared at Court in his proper uniform. i . . This day the Right Hon. the Lord-Mayor informed the court of Aldermen of the application that had been made to him to call a Court of Common-Council [
20 March 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Sfi&f Aflize of But a 0 for the Borough of J) erby, to.continue fe-ven Days from the Date hereof.

Sfi&f Aflize of But a 0 for the Borough of J) erby, to.continue fe-ven Days from the Date hereof.

Sfi&f Aflize of But a 0 for the Borough of J) erby, to continue fe-ven Days from the Date hereof. « , .t.n t ,~e White. Wheaten. Houfhold. Derby, ?? 1769. /6# dX , L oZ< dr> /A _ The Penny Loaf, o 6 lyo 9 40 v 10 Two-penny Loaf, 0 13 14 1 2. 819 4 Three- penny Loaf, o co 01 11 11
17 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, 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
 
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