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and T«„ Pap* are taken Mr. STEPI TEN KATTE, BookfclWr, BATTLE SUSSEX.

and T«„ Pap* are taken Mr. STEPI TEN KATTE, BookfclWr, BATTLE SUSSEX.

12 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
dec Urv tRY » „. . deceit!, vu , ref pettive Debts ° the f'i Wldw folfe ceafed ne ,°

dec Urv tRY » „. . deceit!, vu , ref pettive Debts ° the f'i Wldw folfe ceafed ne ,°

heroof - ' s on the Eftatc of AVERY t to the for Payment thereof. APOTHECARY, MAN-MIDWIFE, eXtenflVe Practice, Apprentice. nee!? 1 U be expe&ed, l fuch as are ac- Latin Tongue. * f - M, &c - RYE in SUSSEX.
12 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the P R I N R. S R, THESE are flrange times, tor m:!:e\'s" of the mottle ut remain i

the P R I N R. S R, THESE are flrange times, tor m:!:e\'s" of the mottle ut remain i

-the •»,-•. uncertainty. Is Wilkes, mem* faf.?MiddIefex, or not rnemb.T .* Co'. legally in parliament, or not: the Col.be legally parli.im-..!-., who ch.de him, who returned him? Certainly mull thofe who chofe him.' Did the county chufe him Yes, it" two hundred anJ ninety odd ar
26 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SMITHFIELD, April 17.

SMITHFIELD, April 17.

Beef perlb. Veal \ Mutton
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
From the LONDON lowing ad\ertifement, date**' '^i SUPPORTERS of the Sir JOSEPH That pounds paid ™ t0 Wilkes ; and

From the LONDON lowing ad\ertifement, date**' '^i SUPPORTERS of the Sir JOSEPH That pounds paid ™ t0 Wilkes ; and

that Mr. convey the fame. A fdfe, malicious, having appeared in the llant, under the title .' gertlemen, clergy, traders, A habitants of the city the Supporters of die B the patrons, from who' dition the meer confufions, have beer. their improvements in licentiouficis.evcn i»4°'
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
~~J. „ M R cv. compl *'• A Complete ENGLISH PEEri'J CON, !,« -q A genealogical, hiogtapUical, and liiflorical account

~~J. „ M R cv. compl *'• A Complete ENGLISH PEEri'J CON, !,« -q A genealogical, hiogtapUical, and liiflorical account

, realm i together with the drflferent branches of each, • 'P«at particular relation the moft rcmatkahle t«nP,At iiiclJ have eminemly diftlngulflitd themfthres in the frr, Imth in the field and in the cabinet, from the ? tb,i t t( fent time. o, To which is prefired, a fuccima (l
24 April 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

" Gentlemen, When firft prefumed to make a tender of our fervices to the county of York, ventured to aflure our ccnftituents of the purity our intentions, and that, as far as our judgements would keep pace with our good-will, would hope not to give them caufe, any matter, to dif
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Mr Belling, the oldeft mafter-tailor London, aged 103. 14. James Grant, Efq; Knockando. 14. At Boath, in Nairnfhire, Mrs Baillie,

Mr Belling, the oldeft mafter-tailor London, aged 103. 14. James Grant, Efq; Knockando. 14. At Boath, in Nairnfhire, Mrs Baillie,

relidl of James Baillie of Migdale, Efq; a<s. Lieut. John Gray, Laitg, croffing the Kyle, betwixt Rofs and Sutherland, at Bonar, in a boat, was unfortunately drowned. The boat was overfet by unruly horfe jumping out, and all on board, except an old woman of 70, who catchcd hold
1 April 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To be Sold, At the Houfe of Mr. George Elhfon, the White Lyon Inn, in Stockport, in the County of

To be Sold, At the Houfe of Mr. George Elhfon, the White Lyon Inn, in Stockport, in the County of

Chefter, on Friday the 7th Day of April Intl. at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, according so Conditions of Sale to be then produced 11FHE Simple ani Inheritance of all that MeiTuage, Farm, and Tenement, called the Lane-End, containing upwards of Twentythree Chellsire Acres, bei
4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

lof a letter Jrom Turin, Feb. 2, I 709. lame of Coriica runs tnrough our ftreets. eh attack upon that ifland, which had brcfeen here, is not iefs attributed to the if our government than to the encroach- ddling difpofition ofthat reftlefs nation. 'fs afteifts the conrt deeply, a
26 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland