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This it V> acquaint th: PUBLIC,

This it V> acquaint th: PUBLIC,

TH .\T ROBERT MOOR continues the Bleaching LINRN CLOTH. n< r Aldrilli, within talf a mile of the city Putluir., who takes th..i enportunity returning hit friends dunks for all t '.t'.r fv.c.irt, and hop for the continuance of them : He intends lav do.vn .ite middle March inihmt.
1 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

Tuesday April 4. in Poland, March 13. celebrated after his defeat near Cxehftochau, arrived Meieritz the 6th of this month, with a body 4000 men in his way he feized an inhabitant pfßenich, whofe head he ordered be immediattdy itruck off. The he arrived the little town of Scheve
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
OURHAL.

OURHAL.

[N°. 1571.
1 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be SOL

To be SOL

be SOL A Bout thirty Packs ofCLOATijiiic Wool, fourttenPado of Wool and eight Packs Celt Wool, and betweta eight and nine Packs of Tbps, the Stock of the late Mr. M*. THANIEL AbDISON of SUDBURV. Enquire of Mr. Richard Chaplin of the feme Place, his foie to whom all Perl'ons indeb
1 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PUBLIC LECTURfI.ON THE.ART of READI Ni

PUBLIC LECTURfI.ON THE.ART of READI Ni

PUBLIC LECTURfI ON THE ART of READI Ni Things unattempted yet in ptofe, or rhrn-i I With feveral fcleft pieces of MUSIC, m principal performers. I Tickets to be had at Balfour's Coffee- houfi -U cf Mr. St3yley, foot of the Canongate. Tufl at feven of the clock. Price two fhilling
1 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
St J*mxs’{, March 22.

St J*mxs’{, March 22.

THIS Day the Right Hod. Sir Fletcher Norton, Knt. was, by his Majdty’s. command, fworn of his Majelly’s molt Hon. Privy Council. . (Gaz.) Arrived the Mails fram H Abend, France, and Flanders's Ccnftantinople, Fek.s. Grea* Preparations art making to fit out very confiderable flee
1 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
to each of them.

to each of them.

London : for S. Crowder, the Looking-glafs. in Pater-nofterrow; and fold C. Ktheringlon, Y'ork; and W. Charnlcy, Jlookfel- Jcr, at N'ewcaflle upon Tyne.
1 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, 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
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

from the Hague, that ie'Miight, between eleven 'S her Royal Highnefs Orange was delih' child. yen t[J ' - n c s atel 1 d Hon. the Earls Tern m aie is kid, the 'ays and means to md reconcile the prefent Ld m declared on hie expuljion, in ?P e the eyes of the prel^ and which may m
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England