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mechately Freeholds loges o f F of fuch a nature, and tot be treated with tc nafnefs. A cafe :-01 Freeholders of the fiat on the other, no lets a The Freeholders of M have a right, as Freeholde they pleafe to be their Re liament—not difqualified of--- think they from their body a
11 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ANECDOTE.

ANECDOTE.

KING CHARLES told Bifhop Juxon, Clergy bad bresegbt bin hi, Jujiriage,— who, by the way, buoyed the King up in his licentious and arbitrary meafures, and who firil fet the nation an example of addregag.
4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
L... Q -M- D ON.

L... Q -M- D ON.

L ?? Q -M- D ON. We are i nip r.ii ed by "letters from Corfica, that 3- monft the Co'r'.ican officers made prifoners by the French, the Sicurs'Colonna and Ferraadi liad been relealed on their parole of honour. The fame fetters bring advk'e, tbat a corps of £op French troops hadma
5 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Limirick, Marcli 20. On Friday laft, being St. Patrick's day, the Officers of tbe 27th and 47th Regiments, artd tbe Cornoration of Lim=rick, dined at the three tons; tbe table was graced with fifty difhes in the true Hibernian tafte; atthe head was a Salmon pye four yards in cir
1 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVE R T ISEMENTS. Lately publijr.'cd, In one volume i2mo, price, hound s s 6 ' "~ TABLES of INTERES

ADVE R T ISEMENTS. Lately publijr.'cd, In one volume i2mo, price, hound s s 6 ' "~ TABLES of INTERES

T, At 4, 4' and 5 per cent. From i to 365 days, frcm nou months, and lrom I to 10 years. ALSO, TABLES of EXCHANGE and COMMISSION, From \ to 3 per cent. By JOHN THOMSON, Writer in Edinburgh To facilitate the pra3i.ee of bufinefs is an ot-iect worthy of particular attention in a c
17 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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LONDON, Jpril 21

LONDON, Jpril 21

Her Majefry has not been at Court fince Yea". tcrdny Sennight, being (lightly indifpofed. On Tuefday Night a MeiTenger was dispatched to his Grace the Duke of Grafton, at Newmarket, to defire his Attendance in Town ; on Wednef- day Night he arrived in Town, and was Vcilcr- day a
22 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OxfcraY&tlZ^iffy N E , Wsi Vi Steel Springs, in One Day, twice a Week, Licenfed by tbe Reverend the Vice

OxfcraY&tlZ^iffy N E , Wsi Vi Steel Springs, in One Day, twice a Week, Licenfed by tbe Reverend the Vice

Chancellor, BEGINS Flying on Monday the 17th of April, 1 7C9 : Sets out from the Star in tire Corn-Market, Oxford, at Four ?? in the Moining, to the King's Arms in Broad-Street, Bath : Retuins from Bath to Oxcrd, on Wednefday Merning at Four o'Clock; goes down to Hath on Thurfda
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD, April 15.

OXFORD, April 15.

We have Authority to allure the Publick, that there will be no Encaenia this Year at Oxford, on Account of feveral Alterations and Additions to be made, at the Requeft of the Faculty, to the Radclifft Infirmary, before it can be com- pleatly I'urnilhed for the Reception of Patie
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

Kfwcaflle, April 11. This Week a Block of folid Silver of 311 Pounds Weight, and another of pure Gold, weighing eighteen Pounds, were Ihipped in a VelTel from this Port for London, both which were extracted from Materials pro- duced in this Country, at Mr. Cox's Refinery ia this
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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?? £ #o(t ♦<$4- , c vAVING ---ft Week laid before our * H "*" Reader "- {ome Extract* from Mr. t«"s- Foot's Appeal to tbt Publick j in order ■0-4-CJ. to Anew our Impartiality, we here Pi-elent them with Mr. Ingram's Reply, pub- lilhed this Morning. The BLOW : Or an Inanity into t
8 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England