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TV/TRS. DAWSON's BOARDINGIVI SCHOOL in DtJar-Lane, Lesss, Young Ladies are genteely Boarded, and carefully in all Kind Neeiir-Wo:k upon Terms.

TV/TRS. DAWSON's BOARDINGIVI SCHOOL in DtJar-Lane, Lesss, Young Ladies are genteely Boarded, and carefully in all Kind Neeiir-Wo:k upon Terms.

, The Young Ladies are alfo iliftrucled in the following Languages, viz. and French, grammatically} Writing, Arithmetic, and Modem Geography, withth® Ufe of the Globes ( thefi Articles arc taught by Mr. Put man, and his Afliftants,) Drawing, Mufic, and Dancing, able Mailers. Mrs
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To Sold to the ft Bidder, Ck the 9 th of this M", March «7«P. ot t Howe Mr. Henry

To Sold to the ft Bidder, Ck the 9 th of this M", March «7«P. ot t Howe Mr. Henry

Dewliutft, .» the ii»>i George, in l-«k, in the C.unty e y Statfoid, lifwixl the urs f two and fire of tie Llo,k ,n the Afternoon, ju'jeti t: fuel Conditions if Sale as frail he then produced, SEVERAL Lots very fine Oak Timber, ft for any I Ic, containing in tbc whole fight Hund
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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20 March 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the Printers of the Kentish Gazette. SIRS, AS the following Query refpects the Public, your giving it Place your

To the Printers of the Kentish Gazette. SIRS, AS the following Query refpects the Public, your giving it Place your

ufeful and entertaining Paper, will much oblige Your conllant Reader, OasERVATor.. Faverfham, March i 3, 1769. Are not all Country Poft-OfKces" by Law, obliged to deliver their Letters Gratis —And is not the demand of a Halfpenny for each, a grjfs Impofition on the Pablick? The
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
m'liUps poil*

m'liUps poil*

?? poil* Tefttrday arrived the Mails from Holland and France, . by which we have the following. Advices. tr+arfaw, Feb. zt. A Courier difpatched from the great Army of the Ruffians, arrived here Yefterday with the following Advices. The Chan of the Tartars Of Crimea having marche
17 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
jhUrtli-y m jghn Wilk«, 101) «n<i Mdk A mfmb«r of Sociftty. Oxford xfli»e», a boy# for Healing aboilt out of

jhUrtli-y m jghn Wilk«, 101) «n<i Mdk A mfmb«r of Sociftty. Oxford xfli»e», a boy# for Healing aboilt out of

and WiUSafn Pickett irdary, were capitally and received lenfence death. Jones is and Pickett left •of execution. At Lincoln afltxe*, Philip Hooton was the murder Mri Stockton, Aftlcy in Lancafhtrei on Surnieet common, and Monday lalt he was executed. When the gallows he denied t
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH rift E-OPFICfi.

BATH rift E-OPFICfi.

NOTICK it hereby given, the *hov* Oifice ij «t the h'lllunt Bi»tlonei, in Trim-ftiertt Baihj where daily Aticndaoca *• given for infuntig attd t'ui ititurr. Order 9/ the Dife&tn, William Kinoitck. N. B. Pci lons alicady inlttied oihei Offices, may remove into this OfScc fur of u
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Saturday's PoSts.

Friday and Saturday's PoSts.

LONDON, MARCH 9. 'l f confec l ucnce an advert!fement continued me t:me P ie Public papers, a con'derable number of merchants, traders, and / '"habitants of London, met yefterday at Atthfd' Tavern in Cornhill. f.° 0ro * room was placed waiter, who de- P ei 'fon, his entrance* on
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A DISSERTATION upon SOLITUDE. HAPPY is he who, eftranged from the tumultuous buftle of the world, enjoys the fweets of

A DISSERTATION upon SOLITUDE. HAPPY is he who, eftranged from the tumultuous buftle of the world, enjoys the fweets of

a delightful folitude, and whofe principal corverfation con lifts agreeable intercourle witnjhimfelf. The teftimonies good confcience make him view with contempt the follies and vanities of the world. His fole ambition is centered in mental tranquility; neither fears the inconft
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
7. Tint the freedom and delisted proceedings in Parliament, ought not be impeached in any court or place out of

7. Tint the freedom and delisted proceedings in Parliament, ought not be impeached in any court or place out of

Parliament. 8. That Hail ought not to be required, nor exccjfive fines impofed, nor cruel and nnufnal putiijbtncntsvtflifled. , . (j. That Jnrors ought to ducy lmpaohcllcu returned, and Jurors who upon men in trials for high treai'on ought to be Freeholders. , 10. That all grant
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England