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Thurfday April 13.

Thurfday April 13.

Thursday April 13. LONDON. "IT is expected the Houfe of Commons will adjourn for the fummer the latter end of this month. It (aid a great difpute has arifen between two gentlemen of great confequcnce the law, and that challenge has been the confequence. is faid that an affidavit
12 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CRANBROOK.

CRANBROOK.

VVhe.it - 22 to Feaic - * Clover Seed to 32s H >g ditto Oats - - to 16s Barley - Beans - to Tares -
8 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ANNI'AE the AMICABLE , \ \ I ILL at Mr. THOMAS DEAN the Sign of the Monday the Hrft Hay

ANNI'AE the AMICABLE , \ \ I ILL at Mr. THOMAS DEAN the Sign of the Monday the Hrft Hay

; May next, where the Mend ers the laid Society arc dehred to meet Ten til the Forenoon, Buiinefs before Dinner, there will particular to done; that Day. Any healthy Man, under the Age of Forty, ,<> ay admitted a Member on paying Men :~hi"liiiitrs and Sixpence, to be added to th
8 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Yellerday the Peers was full, arid it was expected they would fit late. is generally thought that Auguft Aflembiy will rife by the of next month, and matters have been hitherto Urged the ins, it is generally that the outs have no chance of being employed till the next at the ear
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
E T.) a General MILITIA Meeting held for this County, on the iSth Day of Augnjt it was trderod, -That,

E T.) a General MILITIA Meeting held for this County, on the iSth Day of Augnjt it was trderod, -That,

the Militia far the County jfrould trained and exercfed for this prefent year as follows, to wit, the Well Kent Regiment to ajjemble 'at Maid/lone, on Friday the Day of May and to cptttrhit out on fuch their Exercife Twerrty-rlAit Days and the Eaft Kent Battalion ajfetnbiv tit C
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
fume in the riotous, infolent> and abandoned manner, attempt to intercept this duty from the throne, beating, wounding, and otherwife

fume in the riotous, infolent> and abandoned manner, attempt to intercept this duty from the throne, beating, wounding, and otherwife

infulting fome of the principal merchants of this kingdom And what fhall fay of Englifhmen who (hall dare to carry thefe riots the very palace gates of our beloved monarch, whofe private virtues claim the univerfal love and elteem mankind, and whofe public virtues in the fupport
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Extract from Giavidan Kird; or, The Wijdom of all Times ; faid to have been written by Kujhan, King of

Extract from Giavidan Kird; or, The Wijdom of all Times ; faid to have been written by Kujhan, King of

Pet-fa. " Kings' are Gods upon Earth ; and enjoy all the Attributes of Power, Wifdom, and Mercy, fuperior degree with refpect to private perfons, as the Almighty hath over them. Let not this, however, encourage them ufe their fubje-fes with rigour. Thunder feldom heard; but the
26 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the PRINTER. S I R, GRIMACE and hypocrify are the mafks invariably worn by all men in private iife,

To the PRINTER. S I R, GRIMACE and hypocrify are the mafks invariably worn by all men in private iife,

who pretend to any extraordinary degree of virtue, or abhorrence of vice, and lay claim to merit or reputation for either. For inftance, no nun who fets up for a reformer of manners, character of rigid fancticy, will be drunk at noon day, or at a public place with woman, known t
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Part of News-paper from be Tene, This morning :'he -°: h—• of" w ;.^; !! (drawn Sc.'tel. i;.-h'am'. habit of

Part of News-paper from be Tene, This morning :'he -°: h—• of" w ;.^; !! (drawn Sc.'tel. i;.-h'am'. habit of

their country) and following bills, viz. The bill for the bility, and veiling it theperlQ* • teaor-. VfC fh The bill for empowering & officers to fearch for and ur bibles they can find ; that book ed as merely invented keep iil free-born Engliflimen in date pendence. The bill fo
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
High-water Uliitfiable, on Morning, ibminuteii »* t{ Afternoon, minutes _ / Extract a Letter from London Our Market continues quick.

High-water Uliitfiable, on Morning, ibminuteii »* t{ Afternoon, minutes _ / Extract a Letter from London Our Market continues quick.

j, New Hops in Hags 21. 16s. l ° ■ Pockets 31. Bs. .,\ 1766, 21. 04.5. tO W M Bags ti. ios. to V'- M in Pockets ios. to C E S G the & Efl'ex „ Boiling Vheatp.quar. * 7S 8s Hog - I Barley, ---us i 8» Beans, -"' Brown Malt, Negro Pale Ditto - to 24s Fine Flour, Oats, -- - - :_s Se
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England