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CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

hear from Dover, dcrwood, who them a ago in order to enquire minutely the for erecting the late Mr. Church 11, has , days repeated his call upon J formed the gentlemen in that pl proposed that very laudable fchefltf' his return to town he had been gent to promote the execution I
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Cakternury, April C, 1769. ALL Perfons, any Ways indebted to Mr. GEORGE TURNER, deceafed, late of the Precinfts of Chrift-Church,

Cakternury, April C, 1769. ALL Perfons, any Ways indebted to Mr. GEORGE TURNER, deceafed, late of the Precinfts of Chrift-Church,

Canterbury, are defired to pay their refpective Debts immediately to his Executor, JOHN HARRISON, Carpenter, in Hawke's Lane—And all Perfons, having any Demands on the Eltate of the aforefaid Mr. GEORGE TURNER, are dtllied to bring in the fame the aforefaid JOHN HARRISON, for th
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LEEDS, April 4.

LEEDS, April 4.

T Tuelday mgnt iait, Detwixt it ana o'clock, one of the Leeds ltage-2L *5 coaches was attacked before it had got four miles out of London, by a (ingle highwayman, well mounted; who, ordering the coachman toftop, thundered at the window blind, and infilled the palTongers letting
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAIDSTONE.

MAIDSTONE.

Wheat 39s Oats ,j Barley to Rye * Br. Malt to 28s Pale Malt to N. Beans j New Hops in Bags 21 10s ■ ■ Pockets 10 s
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
This is to acquaint all LOVERS of* POLYANTHUSES, THAT on the iSth InfE there will be a POLYANTHUS FEAST, at

This is to acquaint all LOVERS of* POLYANTHUSES, THAT on the iSth InfE there will be a POLYANTHUS FEAST, at

the FIVE BELLS EAcTRY : The heft Flower produced, will cntitk-.l » Prize of Fifteen Shillings; the Second Beit, to Ten Shillings and the Third Belt, Shillings.—No Pcrfon will entitled mew Flower, unlefs he has Shilling a Month before the Time of (hewing, Two- Shillings and Sixpe
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LADIES WASHBALLS. THE Queen's Royal being Reprcfcntation ot the Terraqueous Globe, as it confitfs of Land and Water, the different

LADIES WASHBALLS. THE Queen's Royal being Reprcfcntation ot the Terraqueous Globe, as it confitfs of Land and Water, the different

Shades representing the various Continents and" Empires of World; humbly dedicated to our Royal, and Happy Queen. Price ioj, The Grand Sultan's Imperial Eggs, or the ir» the Ramazan. Price 7s. 6d. The Double Whi;e French LiKcs. Price $s, The Chinefe Imperial .Wafhbail. Price ss.
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO BE And Entered upon at Michaelmas next, A FARM called GRANBACRE, in the Parlfh Waltham, near Canterbury and Wye;

TO BE And Entered upon at Michaelmas next, A FARM called GRANBACRE, in the Parlfh Waltham, near Canterbury and Wye;

containing between two and three Hundred Acres of Arable and Pafture Land. N. B. Fifty Acres very fine Fatting Land Romney Marfh, are be joined to it. Enquire of the Rev. Mr. Bredgar, near Sittingbourn, in Kent. To be LET T immediately, A Neat modern built brick Efoufe, fafh fro
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, March 28

LONDON, March 28

We hear that on the 4th of neat Month tlic Budget will be opened in the proper Plnce, which it is faid, will difciofe feveral curious Particulars for the Speculation of the political World, demonttraiir-g the great Abilities of a certain Financier. Laft Week the Right Hon. Sir F
1 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Prices of G RAI N at the Corn-Exchange.

Prices of G RAI N at the Corn-Exchange.

Wheat — 111. to 3KI. od. per Quarter. Barley — its. to 17s. od. ditto. Rye ■ — 20 s. m 21s. ditto. Pale Malt — 20s, to 265. od. ditto. Brown Malt 20s. to 225. 6d. ditto. Brans — 1 5-. to 235. od. ditto. Oats — lis. to 14s. od. ditio. Peafe 191. to 225. od. ditto. Fineft Flour -
1 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
bath

bath

SOLD, Mr. King's, Coacli-Maftcr, in IHh'CT-l.iinc, gcmcel PHAETON, »«t Stul Springs! With Pair Haincb, very liillc \|»e for Wear. State of Mr. PLOMEK’s Poll, &c. | HIE Numbers on the to the Balls, at Three o'Clock on Saturday April i. I . . w 606 The Able nice» and Xculrala, tha
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England