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L v.) N D O N.

L v.) N D O N.

Letr-rs from Contlan^inople mention, that the Sandfchak Schcrif, cr ?? ttanda.d of Maho."-et, which nle ! t • be carried before the grand Turkifh armies mall their wars againii the Chriftians, is at prefent fo old, and in fo tattared 'a condition, that it is doubtful whether it
10 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ED f NBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their P' iiig-iioufe iii the Parliament-elofc,

ED f NBURGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddiman and Company, and fold at their P' iiig-iioufe iii the Parliament-elofc,

where Advertisements and Subscriptions are taken in-
10 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
-.fth fiiort Qubkxbs, fuftnitted.W*i fit fideration oj ail itnbiafied, well-mean-.i. ((tit' „.I ...MCp.t- >■ 1 I- „„,. Ar.w hf

-.fth fiiort Qubkxbs, fuftnitted.W*i fit fideration oj ail itnbiafied, well-mean-.i. ((tit' „.I ...MCp.t- >■ 1 I- „„,. Ar.w hf

-.fth fiiort Qubkxbs, fuftnitted W*i fit fider ation oj ail itnbiafied, well-mean- i. (( tit ' „ I ?? >■ 1 I- „„,. Ar.w hf ! ' ;: ' *rR. w — 3 "'■* a FP'"> „v l\ /M or can he ddown it, for the go- \f a vernment of Canada. YJL Q. Is it material whetner be j for it to Lord B— or to
15 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.!

EDINBURGH.!

The Lor.don Gazette brough- by tii; tains dutiful and loyal addreffes to Ins M ?? ; . the Mayor, Magiftrates, Gent lemen, jCltfg! chants, Manufaft urcrs, {and principal ■- of the city of Norwich; t.ie Gentlenun, l ' Merchants, and principal inhabitants of * of Lancafter; the Nob
15 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BATHING in SE A-W AT E R

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 greateft E
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DERBY, April 13.

DERBY, April 13.

On Monday laft Col. Pole and Mrs. Pole, were re- married at Radborne, near this Town. Tuefday laft march'd in here from the North, three Troops of the 7th Regiment ofDragoons, commanded by the Hon. Lieutenant-General George Howaid ; and Yefte/day three Troops more arriv'd. It is
14 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The following Confolatdry 6 D E, »twtt tit firfi Political Compofition of Mifs PO VNT O N, vibe is ??

The following Confolatdry 6 D E, »twtt tit firfi Political Compofition of Mifs PO VNT O N, vibe is ??

i Volumt of Potmt by Subfertpthn. . ; ' . ?? SHOULD'ST thou, my Reader, lend a pityinpigh. Ne'er afk fbr whom thy Bofom heaves fo high. Though great my Lofs, juft Heaven decreed it to\ Nor Sighs, nor Tears, can mitigate my Woe. Full twice fix fiiining Summers pafs'd away, . The
7 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS,

COUNTRY NEWS,

York, April 18. At Chefter Affizes, which ended the 6th Inlt. Thomas Price, Jofeph Wheelock, and William Whcelock, jun. thiee of the audacious Gang of Houfe- breakers received Sentence of Death, and are to be exe- cuted on Saturday the 2_d Inftant. Ralph Gamnull, for harbouring,
28 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
' L O N;D O N; April 17. 5

' L O N;D O N; April 17. 5

' L O N; D O N; April 17. 5 -I . . r, , . ' • ?? ' Laft Saturday's Gazette contains AddrefTes to his'Ma- jefty From jthe Tbwif of Kingildn upori Hull, the Burgh of Great Yarmouth, the City of Edinburgh, the County oit Berth, the County of -Aberdeen, the 1 City of Aber- ] deeii,-
21 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
P GETS CO RN E 11. F, j- y S J,;, oath, that Claikc dy'd the blow, But d, dy'd

P GETS CO RN E 11. F, j- y S J,;, oath, that Claikc dy'd the blow, But d, dy'd

negleft A d attended, he finely mult know, /v.' l'uffer with Quirk for the fa&. To do juftice to both, the cafes are pur, And rtie mood of poor Clarke to attone, 011 the judgment Foote, And B d be hang'd on his own.
27 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England