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COUNTRY – NEWS

COUNTRY – NEWS

- NEWS March The Candidates for the office of the Ceremonies Bath, are, Major Brerevon, Charles Jones, and Mr. Plomer, Matter of the Ceremonies ol this City. Mr. Derrick is yet living, though pail hopes of recovery ; and tlie-firft-mentioned Gentleman has for the preient the mana
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the PRINTE R, i u, a j-- rF, every gentleman in the county (; who has fufficlent land- qualification to

the PRINTE R, i u, a j-- rF, every gentleman in the county (; who has fufficlent land- qualification to

riprefcnt tJuflcotlnty Parliament, has been applied to in vain, find one Mr. Luttrell has offered himfelf. As Mr. Luttrell has never been publickly mentioned before this period, it will, no doubt, be agreeable to many of your readers to hear fomething more him than his name. Aft
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
This Day is onl Adorned with a beautiful finely ">S» iron, an Original DriVing) being the comHlettft and chapelt Boole

This Day is onl Adorned with a beautiful finely ">S» iron, an Original DriVing) being the comHlettft and chapelt Boole

the Kind ever yet T Complete Englifh Gardener, Gardening made perfectly I Containing full ami plain for the proper the Fiower, Fiuit, and Kitchen Gardens, fur every Month in the Year. The whole laid down in plain and eafv a Manner, that a.l who arc managing may without any other
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
or Juvenile Poems. pieces were wrote at very early period "life, by young Gentleman, i: now the army, he following

or Juvenile Poems. pieces were wrote at very early period "life, by young Gentleman, i: now the army, he following

verfes a young Lady, will our readers with fpecimen this Writer's poetical talents: ! Who declare my diftrefs Shall 1 call for the aid the Nine Nor they nor their God can exprefs An anguifh fo cutting as mine Have my eyes not difcover'd my woe Or.are her's to their language fo b
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Saturday's and Sunday's Posts.

Saturday's and Sunday's Posts.

From the Evening-Polls and Daily Papers, March .Marjie, 17, 1739. 'Stl* laff Month we had A.lvice that the Regiment la quartered on the Lands ot Baibaggio, teem'd to pals their Time with little Attention. Accordingly, at live in the Evening, the Genctal detached .Men in order fu
4 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PRICE of CORN at BEAR.

PRICE of CORN at BEAR.

PRICE of CORN BEAR. LONDON, April j, K.cnt&Ef-l p.Qiiar. Boil. lex Wheat Hog dit. ' Barley . Beans - ' *| Br.Malt - Negro Pale ditto - 22 to Fine Flout Oats - - 10.to Second •> I Rye - - Third
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I*o SOLD STANDING* And to be Fell'd this Seafcm, Nov/ markt out in the Priory-Wood, Bilsikoton, belonging to SIR THOMAS

I*o SOLD STANDING* And to be Fell'd this Seafcm, Nov/ markt out in the Priory-Wood, Bilsikoton, belonging to SIR THOMAS

RTDER: Hundred Ninety TIMBER-TREES JP and Large BLACK-RINDS, together with One Hundred Fourteen Small BLACKRINDS—For Particulars, enquire of APSLEY, Carpenter, at Afliford. STEPHEN GRUEBER, Grocer, at Faversham, TAKES this Opportunity of acquainting his Cuftomers, that having be
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Saturday, April 8, will be Pubiifhed, N U B. I. Price Six-pence, (To continued Weekly till the whole is finifhed.

Saturday, April 8, will be Pubiifhed, N U B. I. Price Six-pence, (To continued Weekly till the whole is finifhed.

which will be in about Seventy Numbers, making Twelve neat Pocket Vohi DESCRIPTION ENGLAND and WALES. O T N I G A particular Account cf each County, H I ANTIQTrTES, CURIOSITIES, SITUATION, FIGURE, EXTENT, Ej RIVERS, LAKES, MINERAL WATERS* SOILS, FOaSlLS, CAVERNS, PLANTS and MINE
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the author of the Scots Magazine. SIR, Edinburgh, April 6. of your correfpondents [9.3 haft given an example of

To the author of the Scots Magazine. SIR, Edinburgh, April 6. of your correfpondents [9.3 haft given an example of

a very new thod for expofing the Seceders, —while he attacks them upon the head of their prayers. I believe is generally fuppofed, that even the moft erroneous forts Chriftians ufe. to be pretty orthodox ia their prayers,—whatever defeats or improprieties may be found in them no
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
„.- . JNtt*

„.- . JNtt*

?? . JNtt* ?? To the TriihoTdeh Of th County of Middlefex. laiJpsJttTMMMT'aA.." . kftHA -\H E Letter to you from Mr. Wilkes, of the ' •«■ ' sjdt «aUs for a cool, clofe, and impartial • -M ■ ■ Ahfwer ; it being calculated greatly to mrilead «*• The Aim of his Addrefs is to perfuad
7 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England