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Beauttians, 'THE Pace of . Free Grammar Ehoul being Death of the Rm. John Thomas, M. A. the Nomination of

Beauttians, 'THE Pace of . Free Grammar Ehoul being Death of the Rm. John Thomas, M. A. the Nomination of

a Stall will be aforefaid, by the Appointme of the 'lary will be 401. per Antillean M'at'ssbe annual Sum of S. from Dr. 's fidozable Perquisites from Apartment the. Mailer to lire in, a Gartien a and good Study of Boobs. The ()unifications requifite are, the hav'm; taken the Deg
18 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
, iblican, does not your rememau was at my houfe eterday, and after ✓ you knighted me. Pough ! pough!

, iblican, does not your rememau was at my houfe eterday, and after ✓ you knighted me. Pough ! pough!

is Lordthip, you fimpletoo. it was only A joke, my Lord! I have sliced many r friends, and they all fay, that I was knighted, and my wife would ran mad ras not fo. His Lordthip was rraftiy stored and offered the man thirty guineas, t laft even three hundred, not to mention fair,
4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
1 o COVER th s Seilun,

1 o COVER th s Seilun,

At Andrew Buane’«, in the Panlit ofSt. Margaret, If/wici. noted Horfe FARMER, at Twelve Shillings X Mare, Trials free. Far mer was the Property the late Mr. Win.Ganhtiile in Lincolnflrire, got Mr. Ganhfide’s famous Golden Faitner, Eon of Mr.R glby’s Fearnoughtj his Dana by Mr. E
1 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
s y F F O L K,

s y F F O L K,

O K, This Dry (h d, A CATALOGUE of e:r and valuable BOOK? belonging .o .lie Atv. B/.erVON, j fold Auflion, at hi- lete U.weilirg Houfe in 6j. /, W. KEYME K, Botkfelltr, f Coicheiter, Tuesd ay, Apnl 18,1769. and the two following DjyJ. £ *i Ojj's b«le begin at Ten o’Clo in .1 e Fo
8 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
COPY.

COPY.

I JOHN FOOT, Surgeon, of Holies-Street, Cavendifli-Squarc, declare that it i* my Opinion, that in cafe proper and early Care (accompanied by necefT fary Evacuations) had been takeii of the deceased Mr. George Clarice, whole Head I examined on Thurfday December the 15th, 1768, th
1 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Printed by W. JACKSON in the Htgb Street, Oxford: Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants, Orders

Printed by W. JACKSON in the Htgb Street, Oxford: Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants, Orders

of Removal, Certificates, &c. &«c. &c td- AU Lettcri to the Printer are defiied to be font Poft Paid, and oik Correlponde-nw are particularly- requefrc-J to commtinieare rothingbut Faiit.
22 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
-,-. ... <M ,9< Jii Pm,&cI?&i ApR'L 2<f' -* .

-,-. ... <M ,9< Jii Pm,&cI?&i ApR'L 2<f' -* .

?? ?? <M ,9< Jii Pm,&c I ?&i ApR ' L 2 <f' -* . I i'.ijt is fatid, thatia celebrated Pr.ifon.er has had fprrie vfcry ! advantageous Propof'als made .to himbyi the higher Pow- ers, On Condition he once more becomes: a voluntary !j -Exile. • - i; - ! <■ : I We hear that Fifher, who
28 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
. TWfollowing mayoe ?? upon as a Fafl*' There, ?? numekai JVleeting of Gentleitiw* upon th* Grand Jury at the

. TWfollowing mayoe ?? upon as a Fafl*' There, ?? numekai JVleeting of Gentleitiw* upon th* Grand Jury at the

Affizes at Hertford laft Week, in Con- ?? < £ a * AxWr « f » b ei »g expected to^be moved fbr. An Adtirefs was accordingly moved by one of the Grand, $ry,c mit meeting with no Support, and being appa- rently contrary to the general Senfe of-tae t County, it was lmfceoiately over
14 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, April 8.

LONDON, April 8.

Thurfday a very great Perfonage paid a Vifit to John Wilkes, Elq; from which Circumftance great Fears are exprefied, and great Hopes conceived. A Correfpondent afks, whether, as the Military are forbidden, by Act. of Parliament, to be near the Place where a general Election is h
14 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, April it.

LONDON, April it.

A Captain of a Government Sloop has informed the Miniftry, that, while he was in the Bay of Cadiz, a French Ship in Diltrefs, came, in to repair, which had got no lefs than 900 Soldiers on board, none of whom the Commander permitted to go on Shore. Their Delli* nation was not kn
14 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England