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...... . " 'A? Reign of fhe S :.i p E R or..fv ' ' '• ''tARLE S V. fee.

...... . " 'A? Reign of fhe S :.i p E R or..fv ' ' '• ''tARLE S V. fee.

?? . " ?? Reign of fhe S :.i p E R o r. f v ' ' '• ''tARLE S V. fee. „ „■ fvj an account was given o' the nature 1' N ?? ?? of this valuable hiftory ; the fol- • 1 ' g/rno pa(ias<*s contain a general review of ,f, e affairs which occurred during trie reign ■ "",,, g^peror Charles
18 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To he SOL D.

To he SOL D.

he SOL D. A MOIETY or HALF-PART of all that COAL-MINE, with its appurtenances, called Kibblcfwonh tituated Kibblcfworth, in the county Durham, cou rii.r* fcveral fcams of excelUm coal, formerly the property ! m Smith, and late belonging to his foil, Mr Knmierfoii Smith. or fm.i.r
18 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO EE LETT IMMEDIATELY, HOUSE neatly fitted up, for a fniall Family, with a pleafant Court before it, in St.

TO EE LETT IMMEDIATELY, HOUSE neatly fitted up, for a fniall Family, with a pleafant Court before it, in St.

Margaret's this City, late the Occupation of Mrs. ROSE, confifting a Hall, Two Parlours fhicco'd, a Kitchen, Pantry, a good Cellar, a Wafh-houfe with a Pump in it, and large Brew-houfe, Three Bed-chambers, One Drellmg Room, and One Servant's Room.—-For further Particulars, enqui
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
making a fcrong impreffion upon a fet of men, who feck the ruin of public Liberty. They have long loft

making a fcrong impreffion upon a fet of men, who feck the ruin of public Liberty. They have long loft

fight of all national good, but they may now poftibly refrain from further acts of defpotifm, and if we enjoy the ncble privileges of our country, conhrmed by the Great Charter nnd the Bill of Rights, particularly thole refpecting the Freedom of Elections, fecured to us by the W
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
2]mrol>a?'o' #ofte

2]mrol>a?'o' #ofte

LONDON. March if.. "H^flU Day came on again at Brent- t'T* *W the- fecot-rd R.e-clefti-n of a ♦ *•- ♦ JWtrfit of die Shire for the County f ♦*)♦ of Middlefex. Charles Dingley, Efq* was the only Geaiirinan who offered to oppofe the popular C_udi__tc, and this Morn- ing's Paper* p
18 March 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
E COUR A N T.

E COUR A N T.

Igrim-ftreet, Newcaftle upon Tyne*
18 March 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

advices from Leghorn, we learn, that a ceffation of arms was daily expected to be agreed on between the Marquis de Marbr«uf and Pafchael Paoli, inoft of the principal inhabitants of Corfica fliewed their inclination to accommodate matters with the French Court. Thurfday morning
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THAT the Oyster mens Company of Whitstabi t have agreed to layout upon OYSTERS the Sum of Six Hundred Pounds,

THAT the Oyster mens Company of Whitstabi t have agreed to layout upon OYSTERS the Sum of Six Hundred Pounds,

to brought only from Shoreham, PortJmou h, or PoolT—Any Perlon that citu'es go for them, may have One Pound Sixteen S'liibrg.- upon a Wash, but mule be delivered in Condition, fit to lay on the Grounds, and delivered the In-Ground Tub upon the Saalls at Whityjp , j.. i\.tu,\. E
18 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Edinburgh ■> S aturday 9 March 18, 1769, j iNum; 7279. j

Edinburgh ■> S aturday 9 March 18, 1769, j iNum; 7279. j

18 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. r f~o he SET in TACK, for a certain number _f_ ol years, and may be entered to immediate-

ADVERTISEMENTS. r f~o he SET in TACK, for a certain number _f_ ol years, and may be entered to immediate-

ly, dr at the term ot VVhitfunday next, (if the tackfnian lliall incline) A Large DWELLING HOUSE, with effice-honfes at thebacfc thereof, iyinji in the village of North Queensferry, laiely poifelled by John Adie V'ininer, ccnr.iiin-; of fix bed rooms, a large dining room, kitclu
18 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland