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Xues&ap'a #00,

Xues&ap'a #00,

,Irrived the Mui/t front Holland and Flanden. Brufftls, April 6. ?? 1 * ls ** rurc --" th * * r * ,T * ars ■**«£ ftfo[ts%\*t)& burnt almoll all the Villageij^ ia*f m ?? w Servia, and carried off !j# I #rj| from thence 14,000 Families, Tu~m m ?? with upwards of 100,000 Head t^3-*
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Printed if. W< JACKSON in the High Street, Oxford : Of whom nuy be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Printed if. W< JACKSON in the High Street, Oxford : Of whom nuy be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Orders of .Removal, Certificates, &c. fee. &c & All Letter, tt the Printer are defircd to be fent Pod Paid ; tnd our Corrcfpendents aic particularly rcqucfted to communicate Fa.'h.
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Xuea&ap'a #00.

Xuea&ap'a #00.

Yefterday arrived tbt Mails from Holland. > .Conjl/mtittbfift, FeJ^A-J.^ ftJ^^^yt^X\\tl\t]t' j_ifiarrt the Horfes thill It IlV* Tails were hung out witH *f"h: gD^ *2jg ufual Ceremony, before the vx- Jj • O •Ca lace of the Grand Signor, the _S__ - "_"__• ?? c *- °f the Vizir, and
8 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Prices of G RAIN at tht Corn-Exchange.

Prices of G RAIN at tht Corn-Exchange.

Wh?at — 311. to 381. od. per Quarter. Barley — 1 2*. to 17s. od. ditto.' Rye 20 s. to 21s. ditto. Pale Malt — ;o«. to 265. od. ditto. Brown Malt 20s. to 225. 6d. ditto. Beans — 15s. to 231. od. ditto. Oati — us. to 141. od. ditto. IVafe — — 19s. to 225. cd. ditto. Bank Stock, fl
8 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Saturday’s and Sunday's Posts.

Saturday’s and Sunday's Posts.

trom the Evcning-Pcdls and Daily Papers, April 15, I. N N, April 1 HIS Day. about halt" pail nine. tb.c for c.tnte rj. lu Candidates were Mr, Willtr*. Mr. I.rfrel, Vr Ko*eh, and Mr. scr>* ant Whitaker. two lad, though they appeared on the Huttings, hid not any Votes; and after w
18 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Extraet of a Letter ft a Sailor on board the Sedition private Ship of H'ar, John Riot, Commander. what you

Extraet of a Letter ft a Sailor on board the Sedition private Ship of H'ar, John Riot, Commander. what you

have heard our defperate Circumftanccs and Situation, perhaps you imagine are very dull and melancholly on board.—Quite the contrary —You would be ready to hurft fomctinies it you were to fee the droll Scenes that are acted here. hat flrange figures come from all Parts, with Pre
25 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

-' v- » v*4iVl & A f A Turn the Evening Tods and Daily Papers, Aptil 18. CciiJlct.lweple, Alar, b $. ETTKRS from Alexandria ad- ' » ' n Sterni there, the December lad, eight «> T o'* French Ships, two Venetian, two • Ragulan, one Neapolitan, and jo-<> ,our "MnLifli Ships, all la
25 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Monody; or, The tears of Sedition on the death of Junius. til'i, Silure, furor? N D are thofe periods fill'd

Monody; or, The tears of Sedition on the death of Junius. til'i, Silure, furor? N D are thofe periods fill'd

with tuneful care, Thofe thoughts which with Cicero- . nian ore, Ar they, my Junius, pafs'd like vulgar air ? ■Droop'd is thy plume, to rife on fame no more > n y plume!—it was the hirp of in profe: have its numbers footh'd the felon's ear, j its tune my Wilkite heroes rofe W'it
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

the Middlesex Election. Mr Wilkes to the freeholders Middlefex top. Mr Wilkes difqualitied 171. The -tfe of created Peers and eletfled Commons hmilar *71. The Commons judges their own privileges 173. The power difqualifkation implied in that of ex- 174. The original proceedings
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mr. ROCHE's Addrefs to the Gentlemen, Clergy,.and Freeholders ofthe County of MIDDLESEX.

Mr. ROCHE's Addrefs to the Gentlemen, Clergy,.and Freeholders ofthe County of MIDDLESEX.

Mr. ROCHE's Addrefs to the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders ofthe County of MIDDLESEX. Gentlemen, THE Honfe of Commons not having adjudged me incapable of being elected to skrvi-- in the prefent Parliament* I therefore prtfume to folicit your Votes and intercfti ahd to requeft
14 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England