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TO THE PUBLIC. g compile's of this work w ill not excite the ex-8 pectation of the reader, by a

TO THE PUBLIC. g compile's of this work w ill not excite the ex-8 pectation of the reader, by a

pompous diiplay the advantages obtained from it for as they are above deceit, they would wilh not difappoint. They have only to obf-i»e, 4hat It is not a production, but has actually been towards e:ght years in hand during which time thcmoftirmi nent writers on the fub been conf
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BP. SO L A Piec« Parcel planted with Fruit-Tree* .nag, Eilirrtatlon, One Acre and One Rood, near Mr. Pain, at

BP. SO L A Piec« Parcel planted with Fruit-Tree* .nag, Eilirrtatlon, One Acre and One Rood, near Mr. Pain, at

the yearly Rent of 3 1. Alfo of 20 s. clear of all Deduction.,, iifeing out of certain Land called ijunr.y Hill, lying in Borden, in the Mr. Lawrence at Milton. Enquire of Hugh Borden near Sitting bourse. I'roni the LorJ.on Gazette* Dr. ANDERSO N or the Famous SCOTS PILLS. ARE f
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The Chevalier De COETLOSON, M. Author of the Universal History op Arts a Sciences, and other Learned. Works. HAVING difcovered,

The Chevalier De COETLOSON, M. Author of the Universal History op Arts a Sciences, and other Learned. Works. HAVING difcovered,

and during Thirty Years made Ufe of with great a Balsamick, Vulnerary, and Stiptick Tincture, which, its excellent Virtues; cures effe&ually all Diforders of the Breaft arid. Lungs, viz. a Difficulty of Breathing, violent Coughs, Colds, the Hooping-Cough, Ulcers of the Lungs, Af
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tn *.S 1C A N GAZE T T E.

Tn *.S 1C A N GAZE T T E.

T n *.S 1C A N GAZE T T E. C v ' Morale, fcf >I- ?? the rith of this mouth, we had mlvice Ci hat rheregiruent ?? quartered on ! [he lands of Barbsggio, fecned to pa's ' theif time witb lit tfe attention. Accord- (Vein ibc evening, the Gen. detached 400 ■,"' v ' ; ' t r ! ?? r to
5 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TO EE LET, And entered upon at Midfummcr next, or (boner if required> AMeffuage or Tenement and old accuflcmed Shop,

TO EE LET, And entered upon at Midfummcr next, or (boner if required> AMeffuage or Tenement and old accuflcmed Shop,

fituate in the Market-plate, in DOVOR, in which the Linen-drapery, Millenary, aiid Hlk-rv Bufinef* is now carried on. The Stock in to taken a fair Appraifement, together with good Pall and other for Funerals.—Inquire the above Shop, Mrs. Akkra Brown, who is going retire from Buf
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. Edinburgh Friendly Infurance Office, Back-flairs, Parlia mem -clofe. r "T""Hefe are ro give notice, Tb- . ?? SOCIETY of

ADVERTISEMENTS. Edinburgh Friendly Infurance Office, Back-flairs, Parlia mem -clofe. r "T""Hefe are ro give notice, Tb- . ?? SOCIETY of

the EDINBURGH 1•■ LV INSURANCE agaiaft LOSSES hyFIH greeable to former adi/eriiienie.os, have* cxi . . their infurances over all Scotland, and, do now in- fure houfes, ouildinns, furnirure, good's, and mer- chandize of all kind?, upon the fame terms lid at the fame rati s as are
5 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
late A G E. L— EnCLiiHM"*n, Englishmen, can't you quiet, For your wives and your Children's fake do Dot riot;

late A G E. L— EnCLiiHM"*n, Englishmen, can't you quiet, For your wives and your Children's fake do Dot riot;

The auty owe to my to you, Makes beg you'll leail the caufe you mould rue. Ycu've infuited the crown, and for thefe honeft cits [wits. You've fcar'd the poor gentlemen out of their When the) Change they were decent and clean, But are now fo bedaub'd they're not fit to be fern. f
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Thurfday April 6.

Thurfday April 6.

Thursday April 6. O N O N. day the Lord Chancellor I will hold the full General' Seal before Rafter Term L , s _- hall. We hear a certain candidate has declared* " that he has nothing to fear on envuing occafion that he relies entirely on the fairnefs of his caufe, in which he ha
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
' '■■-.■ ■'•?*!iili [rum Holland'andfit -tir.ee

' '■■-.■ ■'•?*!iili [rum Holland'andfit -tir.ee

' '■■-.■ ■'•?*! iili [rum Holland 'and fit -tir.ee 1~ :. 'Frcm the London Gazette, Aprill. • - St. James's, April \. -r"! 7 "* HE following addrefs of the nobility, fres- ,P, holders and heretors of the (hire of Edin- burgh, Kas-. been prefented to his Majefty by Sir ■Alexander G
5 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MAIDSTONE.

MAIDSTONE.

Wheat 39s Oats ,j Barley to Rye * Br. Malt to 28s Pale Malt to N. Beans j New Hops in Bags 21 10s ■ ■ Pockets 10 s
5 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England