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°r 'oche ERNsi PRINTER, nothing~`4'fti HERE is which the generality of mankind t a hh r lo h T e

°r 'oche ERNsi PRINTER, nothing~`4'fti HERE is which the generality of mankind t a hh r lo h T e

e yd.lt m a l u k c o lt i ff itaka a en , f v.hn •e Government: s are t ob e vious e t r o e e t ve e ry e on!, o bu i t t few can trace its caufes; moll en having indigetted ideas of the nature of , attribute all public mifcarriages to the rruption of mankind : they think the
4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
contain the TRUE VOICE of his fubjetts that he had been imputed upon by artful defigning men ; whole only

contain the TRUE VOICE of his fubjetts that he had been imputed upon by artful defigning men ; whole only

view was to recommend themfelves to a (hare of the public revenue, and of the plunder of his private finances. Thefe adclreffers, the moment they efpied a real danger, were the first who deferted the Royal Caufe ; and the inßant they law the independent part of the kingdom (who
4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, March 27.

LONDON, March 27.

While the Merchants were waiting St. James's for the Addrefs, Great Perfbnage cx.- prened much fatisfaftion their arrival, and fent them word, that would wait it was till twelveo'clock at night, and was plea fed toorder cakes, fweetmeats, and the fineft wines, to be carried to t
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
??? a Pennfylvania newspaper, dated Jan. 16, 1769, we find the following advertifetnent. FORTY SHILLINGS REWARD. Laft Wedpefday morn, break

??? a Pennfylvania newspaper, dated Jan. 16, 1769, we find the following advertifetnent. FORTY SHILLINGS REWARD. Laft Wedpefday morn, break

of day, From Phildelaphia run away, IrHhrnan, nam'd John M'Koeghn, fraud and impofition prone ; About five feet five inches high, Can curfe and fwear well as lie ; How old he is I can t engage, But forty-five is near is age He came (as all reports agree) From Bell aft town in fi
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A LINEN.DR A P ER and HABERDASHER, in full Bufinefs, in populous Trading-Town the Weft-Riding of York-: Aire, wants APPRENTICE.

A LINEN.DR A P ER and HABERDASHER, in full Bufinefs, in populous Trading-Town the Weft-Riding of York-: Aire, wants APPRENTICE.

Enquire of G. Wright, the Printer of this Paper. A handfome Fee will be expetted. To be SOLD, by Auftion, Mi the Houfe of Mr. John Booths being the the and Crown in Huddrsfield, upon the Nineteenth Day of April Jnft. betwixt the Hours of Tiuc and Seven in the Afternoon of the fa
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Saturday the of April, aver tali*" Neatly Printed in Two Volumes, Price 5 s. fewed, 1E HISTORY and ADVEN-11 of

Saturday the of April, aver tali*" Neatly Printed in Two Volumes, Price 5 s. fewed, 1E HISTORY and ADVEN-11 of

an ATOM. London: Printed for Robinfon and Roberts, in Paternoiter.Row and fo.d by J. Poee, and P. Broiler, in Cheßer ; A. Clarke, in Nlanchefter; R. Taylor, in Nantwich and Drayton ; J. Eddou es, in Salop; and alto by moil other hookfellets in England. Where may be had, I. The A
4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday and Saturday's POSTS.

CORSIC A A Z F. TT E. Mural l 17, I7<>9- N the of this l ' 4 month had advice that the regiment hi Mark quartered the lands to pafs their time with little attention. Accordingly, {- jve the evening, the General detatched men in order to foi piize that jport, the fame night, but
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Arrivd the Mails from Holland, and France. March it. E have received advice, that the \« New Confederates Lenczyce W y have been defeated near Kutno by the Ruffians, and that great nam« jri ber of their recruits had been maffacred the Coiiacks. His Majefly received a confirmatio
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOLD, Situate near the Locks, below the Bridge* Leeds, Three Clofes of Land, - Called Great Holmes, Little

To be SOLD, Situate near the Locks, below the Bridge* Leeds, Three Clofes of Land, - Called Great Holmes, Little

Hoemes, Nether Close, containing by Eftimation sight Acres, and now in the Pofleilion of Mr. John Harwod. For further Particular enquire Mr#, Fenton, in Meadow-Lane. Of whom may be had, A PEW in Trinity-Church, N0.66, in the South Ille. Boynton and Rathboae, Sign, Coach, Herald,
4 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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4 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England