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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
 
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
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

"SIR, I received a letter from vou by yefterday's poft, direfted to Mr and me, Accompanying certain inftruftions figned &y you and others, under the title of °übjcribing Fret holders and Freemen of the ( B 1. But I could not help remarking, that the names very great of the moft
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SUFFOLK.

SUFFOLK.

Borough of SUDBURY, Suffolk WHereas his Maiefty by his Proclamation ol the 22a this Inftant witch, Itr.aly charged & jthe the Lord Mayor and of the City of London, Juifict. of the City and Weltm.nfter, &. M > to .her Endeavours prevent and fupprels .or. Tumults unlawful Affembli
1 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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1 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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A full and impartial account of the transactions relative to the late election for Middlesex with a summary of the arguments for and against the validity of that election.

A full and impartial account of the transactions relative to the late election for Middlesex with a summary of the arguments for and against the validity of that election.

TH E final determination the Middlele* ele&ion is an event uf the fjrft magnitude. The rteos that lea it may be resUlatiy traced from the following papers, the arguments ged on both fides here found impartially dated. The firlt paper moment was Mr addrel'3 the pubfic cn his expu
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Lines at the bottom of a fine portrait of the King of Denmark, now felling at Paris, written by the Abbot Coosue.

Lines at the bottom of a fine portrait of the King of Denmark, now felling at Paris, written by the Abbot Coosue.

Lines at the bottom of a fine portrait of the King of Denmark, now felling Paris, written by the Abbot Coosue. LES rofes l'hymen, k Ic trone des l'oat point rctcnu duis leur flatteuie. voyage, il inftruit raifijn lumineufe, Tar les tableaux divers, &de & de loix. S'il s'arrcte ce
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Oft has the father o darling (on, When n : gh his fondeft, brighteft, hopes were flown, With ardent heart,

Oft has the father o darling (on, When n : gh his fondeft, brighteft, hopes were flown, With ardent heart,

and grateful ftreaming eyes, Implor'd for thee the the tkies; Oft his the child, who would orphan be, With Toy's wild impulfe ravifli'd /poke theC All ranks thy merit praife, w <h glad acclaim, E.v'n Envy joins the voire of juO. eam'd Fame* Nor to th?* age thy fkill and fame con
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRICE of CORN at BEAR.

PRICE of CORN at BEAR.

PRICE of CORN BEAR. LON DON, April ( Kent & Ef- p. Qiur. Boil. Wheat j 36 to Hog dit. ' Barley - it 17s Beans ' ' M Br. Malt - Negro dit. Pale ditto - 2 2 tores Fine Flout' P Oats - - 10 to Second .•» Rye - - 2Q-. Third Ah.
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The FRIENDLY SOCIETY ATD E A L WILE he glad thofe Gentlemen, belonging to the faid SOCIETY, will meet the

The FRIENDLY SOCIETY ATD E A L WILE he glad thofe Gentlemen, belonging to the faid SOCIETY, will meet the

Hoop-ano-Griffin Deal, on Monday the ioth of April, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, in Order to do before Dinner. There will be good Dinner provided at One o'Clock.
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England