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Arrived the Mails from Holland. No News in this Day’s Gazette, Leghorn, Fclruary. H E Enelifh trigate the Asolus is

Arrived the Mails from Holland. No News in this Day’s Gazette, Leghorn, Fclruary. H E Enelifh trigate the Asolus is

juft failed from this C*z port wiui two EngUfti Merchant (hips the fame w T w nat i° n - Thefe three veflels have on board 63 bul-7?\ locks, a quantity of bifcuits, a.bout 300 chefts of fufils and ammunition, gun powder, and a large fum of money. At their departure they laid the
20 March 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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t!il the t but f«|>-

18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Brijhl, Miirc/j ii. We hear that n Number ef Gentlemen of this City, defirous of beintj inflruincnt.rl in the Rc_i*t-_OB of the public- Peace, have determined to form themfclvcs into ap ?? Independent Society," and that uncon- nected witli i'nrty, and uninfluenced hy mini- Heria
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, March 17

LONDON, March 17

In Mr. Wilkes'i Addrefi to the Freeholders of Middlefex, publi(h;d in Hand Bills laft Night, and dated troin the King's Bench Prifon, after a few Strictures on the Conduct ofMr. Dingley, he proceeds thus : «• THE noble Stand you have made this Day in a Ctule which it common to e
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
|Sofl. B LoNik)N, "Ttuf'day, March ■ r. Yellerday Committee the Privy Council met the Cockpit, Whitehall, to hear Appeals from

|Sofl. B LoNik)N, "Ttuf'day, March ■ r. Yellerday Committee the Privy Council met the Cockpit, Whitehall, to hear Appeals from

the Plantstiopt, y • ■ a. A Maftiage,' has long keen a Subjeft of Public CoavsrCacion, »* now j and the Parties, it is laid, are aAnally Court. ... j. Lad W*ejt th« Corporation Weavers at Norwich voted the Freedom Company John Wilkes, Bfq; is be preliwiteti him in a Gold Box. _
18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ESSEX. SUBSCRiPTION-ASSEMBLy _- be at the Head Mouday the * 7^ K.rch inftAnt beg.ni.S.E o Clock. XuA*T. hid at the

ESSEX. SUBSCRiPTION-ASSEMBLy _- be at the Head Mouday the * 7^ K.rch inftAnt beg.ni.S.E o Clock. XuA*T. hid at the

Bar at Five ah.ll.T> » tach w anted Immidiateuy, . Cooper, at SouTHMiNsna in E (Tea. WHITE-HOOP-MAKER : SuchaPerfon A .1 above, may make it worth com aher, there Pole.. .It f«»-d .hi. Seafon. be SOL D. FARM, being CopjholJ, confining of a MefuSuhle, and other Convenience*, ail g
18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
s U F F O L K*

s U F F O L K*

s U K* JDZ virtue the rit of our 'Sorvereign tie Kin* to me Hirefiedy Jot the William WiLkin so.v from the Office of a Lorontr this Count}', r by Reajott of kifiHge and Infirmities could not perform tie Duty Coroner in ’the Jtnr.e he therefore to the fetid Writ I hcevi ike faid W
18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Pricti of G RAIN at th Corn tic hat*, ft.

Pricti of G RAIN at th Corn tic hat*, ft.

Prict i of G RAIN at th Corn tic hat*, ft. Wheat — 301. to 381. od. per Quarter. Barley — 14s. to 17s. od. ditto.' Rye ■ — 211.10 231. ditto. Pale Malj: — 211. to 255. od. ditte. Brown Malt 201. tor **«. 6d. ditto. Beam — 161. to 20s. od. ditto. Oatt — 111. to 141. od. ditto. Pea
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LEEDS, March 21.

LEEDS, March 21.

"Wednesday pcrfon in this © town, who had nefer before (hewn anv remarkable inftance of his glutn.-fcvr* tony, fairly took a gentleman in, by laying him trifling wager, that he would eat twenty eggs within the hour, which he devoured with amazing voracity in ten minutes ; and im
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the P R I N T E R, 6c. WHEN Darius reigned in Perfia, aoj yeai before the birth of

the P R I N T E R, 6c. WHEN Darius reigned in Perfia, aoj yeai before the birth of

i t, three ' I fuppofe) his body guard, propofed that each deliver a lentencc, in writing, the King, and that his with the three Princes fliould judge the luperior their productions. The firth wrote, Wins: is the fecond, The King the jlrongejl and the third, namely ZorchaheU wro
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England