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LONDON, March 31

LONDON, March 31

Vefterday Morning, as his Majefty was taking an Airing in Hyde Park, his Horle began plung- ing, by which his Majelty received a Fall, but happily efcaped without receiving the lead Hurt. We hear _UI on Wcdncfday the Earl of Chatham ar.d Eari Temple had the Honour of a private C
1 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
?? fi^OA <» UXBRIDGE, March a 5, 1769. JOHN SMITH, late of the Three Tuns in I'xbiidge, Middlefcx, begs Leave

?? fi^OA <» UXBRIDGE, March a 5, 1769. JOHN SMITH, late of the Three Tuns in I'xbiidge, Middlefcx, begs Leave

?? fi^OA <» UXBRIDGE, March a 5, 1769. JOHN SMITH, late of the Three Tuns in I'xbiidge, Middlefcx, begs Leave to return hit molt grateful Acknowledgements to the Nobility, Gentry, I radefmtn, and Others, for the many Favours received j and takes thi* Method of acquainting them, t
1 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD by AUCTION, To the higheft Bidder, On SATURDAY next, the Bth of APRIL, between the Hours of

To be SOLD by AUCTION, To the higheft Bidder, On SATURDAY next, the Bth of APRIL, between the Hours of

FOUR and SIX, in the Afternoon, at the Sign of the DRUDGING SMACK, in MILTON near SITTLNGBOURNE, A Small YAW L, Ten cr Twelve Tons Burden, well found, and a prime Sailer. N. B. The Inventory be viewed on the Day of Sale, by applying to Mr. \ViLLIA*M PAIN of MILTON. To be SOLD by
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A SURGEON, APOTHECARY, and MAN-MIDWIFE, ' In very extcniive Practice, Wants Apprentice. Premium will be expected, And none need apply

A SURGEON, APOTHECARY, and MAN-MIDWIFE, ' In very extcniive Practice, Wants Apprentice. Premium will be expected, And none need apply

but for fuch as are acquainted with the Latin Tongue. For Particulars, apply to Mr. G A HA M, Surgeon, &c. RYE in SUSSEX. , ÜBLicT~ To the Bidder, At Mr. EDWARD FOSTER'S Livery Stables, at RAMSGATE, on Tuefday the nth Inftant, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, precifely, A-pWO ve
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, March 21. A letter from gives lis the following account the increase the Lionen Manufacture in that County, viz. in the year 1760, Meff. John and Andrew French for the firft time, imported hogfheads of flax-feed into the town of Galwav, of which they could that di/pofe o
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
w Cold hy M*rj Berry, and Son's, in the Market M.tnchejUr , by 'Thanas Berry , in Hinging Bridge, new

w Cold hy M*rj Berry, and Son's, in the Market M.tnchejUr , by 'Thanas Berry , in Hinging Bridge, new

Jarr, Malaga, and Radius, Tuikey Figs, French Plumbs, and new Cu. ranis. Dr. ROBERT WALKER’S Patent Genuine True ami Original JESL ITS DROPS or ELIXIR Health ajul Long Like. INCH are fate and certain Cure in all Venereal Injuries, are to be had at the Patent Warchoufe, the Hibic
4 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

It is now faid that a certain Gentleman will ndt be tpppinted 9 Surgeon JO a Regiment as it is whifpered wjg.ht have been the Cafe iff a late Publication had been dropped. ' W«hfaj,fh* th- jately divprced Lady ofa ppble Dr-, , Who has beep fince oi^rried to 3 noble Lord, has had
7 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
I .ft A N iKcVR JTJ..P ,T 3/. .iiH

I .ft A N iKcVR JTJ..P ,T 3/. .iiH

John tee, ?? Town, Builder:' to appear" April, 4, 11; and May 13, at Guildhall. WilliiniMdhn^ohv of Stcicktontipdn TO, ?? .May Iti, atGmldhaJl.;. £ - „ William WrWhf/ohtyaflfbb^ tfbhdon, &fokef.' ; tfW
7 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the King's ,Most Excellent Majesty. Most Gracious Sovereign.

To the King's ,Most Excellent Majesty. Most Gracious Sovereign.

VOur Majeftv's moft loyal and dutiful fubjtrft-, the general aflembly of the colony of New York, beg leave, with all humility, fhew, That the allegiance due from the fubject to his being infeparably annexed to his perfon, and his indifpenfable duty even in the remoteft parts the
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
r^7 printer ofthe Caledonian Mercury.

r^7 printer ofthe Caledonian Mercury.

S ' , P li(h the following fpeculation, you Wf -, oive it a piace in your uielul paper. s- I n,a f' fs a common expreffion, when we mean I L»vey the very worft idea ofa man's cha- P ,0 L he is the Devil incarnate. W' „ confidcred, with Tome curiofity, what .1 b f V ham3 n being
3 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland