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'" the London papers, March 27..fe»i L O N D O N.

'" the London papers, March 27..fe»i L O N D O N.

'" the London papers, March 27. fe»i L O N D O N. I , J b ?? n g F --ft-r Sunday, the Knights Com- fc| ?| j ' lle mail noble Order of the Garter, RciJ t ?? at!l > appeared at court in the Collars v 'l'^ive Orders. At noon their Majef- ties, preceded by the Heralds ?? Purfuivants
1 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, April 20

LONDON, April 20

The Opinions of five of the Council to whom the Cafe of Mr. Wilkes bein g elected Alderman of Farringdon Ward Without was referred, are delivered to the City Sollicitor ; and a Court of Aldermen will be held on Tucfday next, when they will be laid before the Court. The Court ere
22 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
EPILOGUE

EPILOGUE

Spoken by Mrs. Clivf, on quitting the Stage Written by Mr. Walpole. WITH Glory fatiate, from tbe buftling Stage, Still in his Prime, — and much about my Age — Imperial Charles (if Robertfon fays true) Retiring, bade the jarring World adieu ! Thus I, long honour'd with your parti
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

be SOLD. A Large WA GGO N, little worfe th.m new, the Wheels ' and every other particular about her is made citraotd Bary flrong ; with a little alteration in the body will very fit for flage waggon.— Any perfon defirous to purchife-her may fee her any thy, applying to Mr Wind, I
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A literary Nobleman, of the very firll dillinttion, being on WeUne£day lad, at a celebrated houl'c in James’s* (tree:, thought

A literary Nobleman, of the very firll dillinttion, being on WeUne£day lad, at a celebrated houl'c in James’s* (tree:, thought

of' the publication foot, the Surgeon replied, think Mr Foot argues like an artiA, gentleman, a man of fpirit, man of honour t and an Englilhman; and I. chink his arguments unlwenablc.’* A certain patriotic (gentleman has received a letter of very extraordinary mature, from a La
8 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
, ROB E R T MACKEY, Sccdfraan,

, ROB E R T MACKEY, Sccdfraan,

, ROB E R MACKEY, Sccdfraan, At Alnwick, i» Nertivmberlaiu!, pUrpofcs fiwnifhing Gentlemen and Farmers with CLOVER * »nd oiUct GILASS SKEDS ; likewift the beft Esss X and Noxr olk TURMIP SEED; alfo other GARDEN SEEDS, on the mod moderate Wins.—Thofe who chute to favour him with t
8 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Whereas on Wednesday the March Advertisement was pttblifned this Paper of the Sale of a good Lot of Oak- Timber,

Whereas on Wednesday the March Advertisement was pttblifned this Paper of the Sale of a good Lot of Oak- Timber,

at Rainham Kent and for further Particulars to enquire of Mr. ("lei-re, who would Mr. Dives's at Blowers-Place in on the of the laid ialtant March for the Purpofe—ln Purluance Advertisement, many Perlbns attended, for the Purehale Lot, who were referred to a View thereof two Mil
26 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

O O N. Yefterday afternoon, at a very numerous and refpeftable meeting of the inhabitants of the Ward of Farringdon Without, the following- inftructions were O propofed, and unanimoully agreed to be fent to their common council. Firft, That you call upon the Court of Aldermen, to
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
This is to Give NOTICE, THAT the next General Quarter Seffic-nl of the Peace for the EASTERN PARTS of the

This is to Give NOTICE, THAT the next General Quarter Seffic-nl of the Peace for the EASTERN PARTS of the

COUNTY of KENT, will be held at the Old Castle of CANTERBURY, on Friday the 7th of this Ind. April. POLYANTHUS - FEAST* At Mr. Thomas Sadoleton's YauxhalL onTucfdaynext the 1 ith inftant. IT is agreed, That every Perfon, who is Subfcriber to this Society, lhall have the Flower S
1 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Friday April 14. YEilerday, about half pail nine, the election for Middlefex came at Brentford. The candidates were Mr. Wilkes, Mr.Luttrcl. Mr. Roche, and Mr. Serjeant V/hi taker. After the writ and act of parliament again ft bribery and corruption were read, and the fworn, Mr.
12 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England