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To be LET T, Tc enter ~t May Pay next,, Good Pt.blick Houle, known by the Name the hit Linn,

To be LET T, Tc enter ~t May Pay next,, Good Pt.blick Houle, known by the Name the hit Linn,

in Cbarfi'-Slreet, Man(teller, confining three Roams a Floor, ibree Stories high, a good Stable three Stalls, a Hay- Loft, a Backlide or Yard, and other Buildings, a good Pomp, ike. N. B. The Houdiold Goods, &c. will fold they Hand if agreeable to the Tenant. For further Particu
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
rational and Manner : w’.ih a Lid of Proper Names or Men and Women, and a compendious (trimmer. the Rev.

rational and Manner : w’.ih a Lid of Proper Names or Men and Women, and a compendious (trimmer. the Rev.

Air. Alexander Bi'chamv, M. A. L.nuou : Printed tor the Author, and laid Fell, at No. 14, in I’uler-ncjLr-Ktru. AL Cy the KING’S Letters Patent, Prepat Dicey and Okell, in Bow Ciiurch- Vard, London, Or. Bateman’s PtKtoral Drops. \yHICH tor mire than Kitty Years, have been * know
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

March 16. about 200 of the gcn|J §j tlemen fubfcribers to the ad- Merchants Seamen's.office on the Royal- Exchange, and appointed the following feven gentlemen a committee to go this day to wait on Lord Hertford, to know when his pleafes to be waited with a dutiful moft loyal ad
15 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
mil/, and the happy fettkmcnt in his Auguft Hou(o, which . ■ to wish oat lives-and fortunes, all ilic-r open

mil/, and the happy fettkmcnt in his Auguft Hou(o, which . ■ to wish oat lives-and fortunes, all ilic-r open

and • enemies; being firmly ptffuadecl they are the only itcuritv under - . tor the continuance our liberties, both civil and religions. „ . John Mill;, Chaim.:!; Mr C.wper, an eminent MctchanPin the Tuvkev tr.uie mo- o' the rcfolucions all who were present; but unprecedented, a
18 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SHIP NEWS EXTRAORDINARY.

SHIP NEWS EXTRAORDINARY.

Ki:g't Arms Hnrhur, Merck 8. Wind N. THIS morning came in here about fifteen fnl the /erf that parted in the fog, at advifed in my laft ; they had been drfvra out it jit with r.t cf-fbore vimt, and are juft now come again mis pert; they fail under E’lgliil) colours, but appear m
18 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Saturday Night's Poll. COUNTRY NEWS. Saiifistry, March 15. H E satins, which ended 1211 'f'hurfday, Jofeph Smith and T John

Saturday Night's Poll. COUNTRY NEWS. Saiifistry, March 15. H E satins, which ended 1211 'f'hurfday, Jofeph Smith and T John

Rots, two foldiers for Healing a ram !beep from Mr. Burrough, farmer, at Layllock : Henry Hard) man, for (leafing a cart gelding, at or near Gofport ; and Char. Buy, for robbing his matter, the Rev. Mr. Willes, Reflor of Chrillian Malford, near Chippenham, received fentence of d
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EDINB tT RGH.

EDINB tT RGH.

We did not imagine^ thai the paragraph in our laft, contradicting one in the Lloyds Evening Foil of the 1 3th iail. and from thence copied into other London pipers of the 14th, would havei,, fault with' by any ofour readers. — We^' "port, however, by a letter figned V £» ! dated
20 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH

EDINBURGH

In the London Gazette brought by this night's poft, there is his Majefty's royal warrant, by winch he is gracioufly pleafed to extend his royal mercy to EdwardMacquirk,who had been found guilty ofthe murder of George Clarke in the riots at Brentford, it having been reprefented t
15 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HEXHAM TURNPIKE ROAD. r*H E TRUSTEES for this ROAD art defirecl A to meet the. Moothall, in Hmliioi, M totUy

HEXHAM TURNPIKE ROAD. r*H E TRUSTEES for this ROAD art defirecl A to meet the. Moothall, in Hmliioi, M totUy

the 17th <Ly ot March indtnt, on relating to tht- fai 1 Road, when *» Buoy u cuavcnimtlr can arc carneillr deiircd to attrntl. Jh VU.LIAM NOT fc E Ttrthy Given, L THAT the COMMISSIONERS of ROAD arc tlcfircd to meet the Town Mall, in HetluaW oa M«r> dijr the >7th ioAant, at ten o
18 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

t We are informed that one of the Reafons for difcharg* ing the Debts upon the Civil Lift has had great Weight with every unprejudiced Perfon, viz. That his M—- generoufly made a Prefent of 700,000!. Sterling, which accrued to the Crown undeV the Article of Cafual Reve- nues, an
17 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England