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NEW MARKET-RACES.

NEW MARKET-RACES.

Second Meeting, com ,'u.li'd. Friday. Mr. Wentworth's chefovt h'orie,. Cha'.fwrth. by Biank, beat Mr. Vevw-r"s cfceeC hone, Morwic"*, Sft. ylb. £. C. for Gs. Bets, to - Chaiworrh, Mr. B'.irliorf's brown colt, Minos, Lot, Sft. be.-.: rd Orford's grey feather, S "lb. B. C. for ico
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, April z7

LONDON, April z7

LONDON, April z 7 Yelterday a Cabinet Council, faid to be on Af- fiiri of great Importance, was held at St. Jimei's, at which moA of the Great Officers of State till fled. It is faid that fome Amendments will be made in the Riot Ait. We hear that his Majelly will go to the Houfc
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LITERARY C RO N L LL._ To the PRINTER. Tome your ingenious correi3 be fond of playing upon word?; perhaps

LITERARY C RO N L LL._ To the PRINTER. Tome your ingenious correi3 be fond of playing upon word?; perhaps

they could not have hit upon any one mure capable of affording them a variety of entertainment than the word Iack: Suppole, for inilance, we were to try all the different figniftcations of this word which may be applied to the Jack of Jacks, Jack by pre-eminence, the modern Jack
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the PRINTER. £ EATED in agreeable village, remote from the cares and difquiet high Jife, uiiverfed in the flattery and

the PRINTER. £ EATED in agreeable village, remote from the cares and difquiet high Jife, uiiverfed in the flattery and

dillimulation of the Court, pafs days this my native country, and from my humble fire-fide, learn with regret, from your's, and other public papers, which reach mc, the lamentable flate of our tottering confiitution, poifcnedand infiduoufly fapped and undermined, by the potent a
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Deal, April 28. WindN.E. failed the Mary, Gordon, for St. Diana, Harrifon, lor ditto; New ling, torLilbon. Remain the Street, from St. Übes; and United CJ J bea, Irom Naples. Dral, April 29. Wmd N. Sailed JjM the Fanny, Mockctt, for Dublin, the Down?, the Charming Nelly, St. Übe
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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Saturday, April 29, 1769.

Saturday, April 29, 1769.

-houle fchocncr, h*we»er, ran along fiHe of the Frtnch * Smuggler, peured in her Broadfide and killed the French tain, the Gunner and a Foremall Man, and wounded others The F each Schooner is fmce bi ought into the Harbour, * and is deeply laden'with Wine, Soap, dry Goods, &fome
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BATHING in SE A-W AT

BATHING in SE A-W AT

E R AT Wiv»»iho», near Colchcfter, in EiTex, is a large & commodious Bath, tilled twice 14. Hours from the Sea; and which is now at pleafute f om a Refervoir. here is now eontfru£ied Dipping-Crastle, by which who are over timorous, lame,-may be let into the Water with the greate
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
EPILOGUE

EPILOGUE

Spoken by Mrs. Clivf, on quitting the Stage Written by Mr. Walpole. WITH Glory fatiate, from tbe buftling Stage, Still in his Prime, — and much about my Age — Imperial Charles (if Robertfon fays true) Retiring, bade the jarring World adieu ! Thus I, long honour'd with your parti
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

be SOLD. A Large WA GGO N, little worfe th.m new, the Wheels ' and every other particular about her is made citraotd Bary flrong ; with a little alteration in the body will very fit for flage waggon.— Any perfon defirous to purchife-her may fee her any thy, applying to Mr Wind, I
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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