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?? •_.__*♦"• I Tl-Jbfttay 'drfl W-""_"- Mail Jtot* "Holland. Pettrfbttrgh, February 10. tf tjryp at jr^ H B Emprefi has juft created a ■yfQs v- Wq new Council for Political atrcl n5' J "" yL Military Affairs. Her Imperial Jjt* X *_S Majefty will prefide :u it her- \U-*a _ n-CL f
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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18 March 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The D E R B V M■ E RC V RYi

The D E R B V M■ E RC V RYi

[Numb. igi$ t F RID AY, March 17, 17^. (Price ?? Half-Penny.) m> XXXVII.
17 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March :i.

LONDON, March :i.

Yefterday her Grace the Duchefs Dowager of Douglas, and her Nephew the Hon. Archibald Douglas, Efq; were prefented to her Majefty at St. James's. We are informed, that at the Meeting ofthe Mer- chants, &c. at the Kings-Arms Tavern, on Wednefday laft, a Waiter was placed at the D
17 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The CASE the Inhabitants ok Broadstairs in the Ijle of Thanet, the County of Kent, humbly jubmitted to the Cgnfi'deration

The CASE the Inhabitants ok Broadstairs in the Ijle of Thanet, the County of Kent, humbly jubmitted to the Cgnfi'deration

the Humane and Charitable. is a village confuting of about ninety families of induiirious people, chiefly employed the Iceland cod-fdhery, whofe rcildence there th been on account of harbour, formed wall compofed of Timber and earth, and carried into the fea, milch" hath been ve
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
« the iame time th« they are agreeable to the fentimentVof our i. Whether the intended tneafure has been adopted

« the iame time th« they are agreeable to the fentimentVof our i. Whether the intended tneafure has been adopted

merely becaufe from the 1- s declaration upon their circuits, it has been imagined agreeable to —t. the voluntary propofition of the members of convocation . ■ . j • The lifts of thofe perfons who their names that ad drefs fufiiciently evince the methods taken to obtain it, and
20 March 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
tiie J K N TER of the Salisbury Journal. infer ting the’following you will greatly M s e . reader

tiie J K N TER of the Salisbury Journal. infer ting the’following you will greatly M s e . reader

and admirer, WiCU-AtviAj Singula qua*, locum tencant Jortita decentem. ®; T FS 1' l lliould thought to inveigh againft the faiier part L the creation, 1 (lure you, ha ‘l . tar / r ? m harb in any antipathy or dillike to the paffion head-drefs, which at prelent prevails amonglt t
20 March 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

In the pubii flier ojthe Caledonian Mercury. 'Edinburgh, I yth March, I 769. Pafling through the village of Eddlefton, on my tsyfrom Peebles to this town, I was furprized to ft: upwards of fifty people (landing round a large bonfire, and drinking out of a tub filled with punch ;
20 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'From the London Papers, March t6.LONDON.

'From the London Papers, March t6.LONDON.

'From the London Papers, March t6 LONDON. Letters from Hatnbourgof the 3d of March men- tion, that a report was current there, that the Tartars, joined by the Confederates of Rar, had attacked and beat the Ruffians, who loft on the occ '^011 1 100 men -, but thefe advices do not
20 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