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SUBSCRIPTIONS are opened, to this laudable Charity revei-ved, lowing Places, viz. Sir Ch. Afgill's and Co. Sir Geo. Staples and

SUBSCRIPTIONS are opened, to this laudable Charity revei-ved, lowing Places, viz. Sir Ch. Afgill's and Co. Sir Geo. Staples and

Co. Drummond's and Co. Charing- The Jerufalem and Tom's CofFee-ho" Cornhill - - . * $ Meff. Smith and Son's, Bookfellers, Mr. Danfie Sawkins's - -J£ Mr. Thomas Waring's - - Mr. John Page's - - - Mr. Stephen Jones's - Mr. Maundy's Mr. John Latham's - Mr. Edward Sole's, Brewer - '
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The following is the Dedication prefixed to a Sermon juft publijbedbj the Rev. Mr. Horne. JAMES TOWNSHEND, Efq. Dear Sir,

The following is the Dedication prefixed to a Sermon juft publijbedbj the Rev. Mr. Horne. JAMES TOWNSHEND, Efq. Dear Sir,

TH E faithlefs defertion of friends, and the infen - fibility (hewn to the misfortunes of others, need not reprefented more general than they arc, to mute reflecting mind philofophical religious. Inllancesof contrary condufl and difpofition are rather neceli'ary, to prevent men
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
(Romfey) To be Sold, or Lett,

(Romfey) To be Sold, or Lett,

A Freehold Dwelling-Houfe, fuuaie in CockTcreet, conGflang of Entrance-Hall, two Parlour* and a Kitchen, three Chambers, two Garrets, and exceeding good Cellarage; with Urge Garden, having a Wall on each Side of it, and adjoining the Bottom to very pleafant Field, N. B. There ar
20 March 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
fjrtm f- }j-J.°^J^ March 8.

fjrtm f- }j-J.°^J^ March 8.

fjrtm f- ?? March 8. uißli rgim'etst ot dragoon guard?, John TCharlto i Ktnchant, gent, is appointed to be j.j c Hugh Hughes ; by piirchafe. PfveeitaeM of dragoons. Lieutenant Richard • ?? to be Captain, vice John Mcl les ; by pur - W c .\ 0 Cornet William Curry to be Lieutenant,
20 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" I. We require you to ufe your utmoft endeavours, that all trials for libels, and other criminal proceftes, be

" I. We require you to ufe your utmoft endeavours, that all trials for libels, and other criminal proceftes, be

carried on agreeable to the known rules of the law, and that you zealoudy all proceedings by importation and attachment:, as contrary thereunto. " 11. That you unweariedly purfue every legal meafure for fecuring the ineflintable privileges we enjoy from the Habeas Copal Ail ; an
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
POETS COR-NER.

POETS COR-NER.

EPIGRAM. Jj'AT, drink, deep, gen'ratc, keep warm, atuldie. Alike to this, and boors, apply. Our nature goes no farther, this her round, Alwaya and evVy where the fame is found. Shew then the nat’ral difference, who can, Between yon garter’d Duke, and Will his man > Her Grace can
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
B A *r H, March 16.

B A *r H, March 16.

Arriv’d herb. Lord Fairfax, Lord and Lady Downes, Lady Mansfield, Sit Richard Mills and Lady, Sir Thomas Ward, Col. Hunter, Col, Meffar, Capt. Kelley and Lady, Capt. Smith, Capt. Elrington, Capt. King, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Kidle, Mr. and Mrs. Holden, Mr. and Mis. Cray,
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

correspondent informs ./d that Gentleman has been there tieular enquiry the ,i on foot in that place, Arc. for Kent to the memory the h- , Charles Churchill; and that $2 tlcman has, confequence, of five guineas toward* ,3t dciign; and further left for . (if thought proper) his c
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LOST, F O S T O N E, On Thursday the Ninth Instant, A Liver-colour'd Spaniel, AnfWcring the Name- JOCK.

LOST, F O S T O N E, On Thursday the Ninth Instant, A Liver-colour'd Spaniel, AnfWcring the Name- JOCK.

Whoever will bring him Mount-Morris, in the Pari ill of Monks-Horton, receive HAEF-A-GUINEA Retard. SOL D, A FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, or TENEMENT, Barn, Stable, O - chard, Garden, Yard, and feveral Pieces or Parcels of LAND, Arable, Pafturc, and Woo I, therrnnto belonging, containing
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Ct. if. i ..... f ICT{ Pit r To percrrptorily Purf-until D, erteTof i Hi' , *•» Lancaftei, ~ (

Ct. if. i ..... f ICT{ Pit r To percrrptorily Purf-until D, erteTof i Hi' , *•» Lancaftei, ~ (

thrj'jii Ovrl, it: Merry. t 1 Shot, r. Holt..a, b/'ji. Monday t e 17; ■ f'.,* > Vj,.), o'(.Li the rnt.-i, . ( v ill le tber. ar.d piorueed, T*HF. l\e simple and Inlu iinncc o; * •' 1.11 Me.in • Hit > and uen. • late; belonging f ti: , , ch. • • Jiiil now 111 tin. I'o'.lt (lion i
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England