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\r r,„ ,/,,, ttreftnt CoMiaemott.

\r r ,„ ?? ttreftnt CoMiaemott. factious men, the meteors of •fp, I an hour, \f\l Railing, when out, at all who are \ y in power ; ■ - like for Liberty arc loud, ro ?? to mi'flead the croud ; jliiJ ■*"' ,he wings of popular applaufe, P^K4-/tr 2m nleon.helaws; f- ; '"' le wheels o
29 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
■txlrati of a letter Jrom lvar!a-,v, March 4.

■txlrati of a letter Jrom lvar!a-,v, March 4.

" This moment a courier is arrived with the news, that the confederacy of the palatinate of Lencizia has been deftroyed by the Ruffians ; and that of the palatinate of Plock has aifo met with the fime fate : fo that there now only- remains the confederacy of Gre.it Poland, befid
29 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
St. James's, March a*. This day a mod numerous body of the Merchants, Traders, and other principal inhabitants of the

St. James's, March a*. This day a mod numerous body of the Merchants, Traders, and other principal inhabitants of the

city of London, waited on his Majeftyj and being introduced to his Majcfty by the Earl of Hertford, Lord Chamberlain of the Houlhold, they prefented the following addrefs To the KIN G’s mod excellent Majcfty. Mofl gracious Sovereign, your Majefty's mod dutiful and loyal fubjefts
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
N, March zj.

N, March zj.

o. The King has been ttd,of Walhampton inHants, and in default of fuch iffue, Burrard, Lymington in i male; and, in default of fuch George Burrard, of the ifle heirs male, the dignity of a braham Hume, of Wormly- Elq; and his heirs male, the rreat-Brttain. Francis Bernard, of Ne
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
This Day was publilhed,

This Day was publilhed,

Bound in Imboll Paper, or in Linen, which is (Longer than Leather, Price 6</. or in Leather, Pi ice Bi. A New and Eafy SPELLING-BOOK for CHILDREN : Well adapted to their tender Capacities leading them on from the Alphabets, by fuch gentie Degrees, that (by conftant Praftice and
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Thurfday March 30.

Thurfday March 30.

Thursday March 30. O O N. GERRARD's.-HAI.L, March 29, 1769. To John Mocrey, Ffq; Deputy .MelT. John Ewer, William Tapp, Potter, John Payne, Anthonv Wooley, Tames Boddington, Edward Polhill, *hn Walker, -John Ruflel, John Partridge, and Edward Barwick, Cotah mon-councilmen of the
29 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS T*^V Workiog-fhop of George Clerk, 1- Weaver in D-ilkeiti., was AGAIN BKOKE INTO upon Monday ni e ht bit

ADVERTISEMENTS T*^V Workiog-fhop of George Clerk, 1- Weaver in D-ilkeiti., was AGAIN BKOKE INTO upon Monday ni e ht bit

(lee this paper ot the a 2 J mflanr) ; .nd there was cut out Of the loom. and carried off the pieces following, viz. Ten Virds of five quarter broad Dornock.' CumN?rl:-nd knot, eleven yards of fine linen, feventeen yards of oosrfe linen, and eight yards of the fame mofltn ihatwa
29 March 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON; March 27.

LONDON; March 27.

The following ADDRESS has been prefented to his Majefty by the Earl of Denbigh : Which Addrefs his Majefty was pleafed to receive molt gracioufly.
31 March 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
This to acquaint PERSONS, THAT the Oyster mens Company of Whitstable have agreed to lay out upon Weil-country OYSTERS the

This to acquaint PERSONS, THAT the Oyster mens Company of Whitstable have agreed to lay out upon Weil-country OYSTERS the

Sum of Six Hundred Pounds, to be brought only from Shoreham, Portsmouth, or Pooh—Any Perfon that chufes to go for them, may have One Pound Sixteen Shillings upon a h, but muft delivered good Condition, fit lay on the Grounds, and delivered the In-Ground Tub upon the Shalls at Wh
29 March 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, MARCH 28.

LONDON, MARCH 28.

INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY. WE hear that the hearfe which went in proceffion upon a late public occafion conveyed /the dead letter of Magna Charta, and the Bill Rights, to a place of interment the neighbourhood of St. St——n s Chapel. Balfe proceeded on horfeback before the hearf
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England