Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 242 articles

j Nuin, 7288. ] Efj'.nb.'irgh., fi-i-rirfay, .■lpr.l S, 1769.

j Nuin, 7288. ] Efj'.nb.'irgh., fi-i-rirfay, .■lpr.l S, 1769.

8 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

According to ict'.e.-s Irom Leghorn, the Corli- cans continue to be plentifully lupplied with all kinds of provifions aid ammunition, imported to them from England, Holland, Sweden aud Den- mark. A letter from Cadiz, dated Feb. 17, fays, " We hive jutt fent from hence on board t
8 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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
 
Timber.

Timber.

To be Sold by Auetion, On Thurfday the 4th Day of May, s 769, betwixt the Hours of Three and Five of the Cluck in the Aftersoon that Day, at the Dwelling-liouk of Mr. Jokph, Henfhaw, known by the Sign of the Royal-Oak, in IccleJhall, is the County of Stafford, fubjed to fuch Ter
11 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be LETT,

To be LETT,

To LETT, Doling the Remainder i a Leafe for tviemy-ore Yearr, whereof will nineteen to come Michaelmas next, and entered.upon immediately, REYDON- QUAY, with the Granaries and thereto bel nging, in the County of Suffjlk, late in the Oc* enpation Samuel Ferrt, Merchant, deceafed.
8 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Extra# of a Tetter frm March 4. A fellow' tfavcfter?and myfelf, both Englifhmen, being arrived Leghorn with ,ihe of Genera!

Extra# of a Tetter frm March 4. A fellow' tfavcfter?and myfelf, both Englifhmen, being arrived Leghorn with ,ihe of Genera!

were freconiiri ended with Englifh colours, being by the Frcnck, who would vorft only fend civilly bad?, found endeavouring to land in Corlica. —According- applied the Captains two (mall Mcrchant-ftiips then lying in the harbour without fright, who kept in fufpsnce feveral clays
11 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

the King's Excellent Majejly. fumble Addrefs of the Nobility, Freeholders, and Heretors the Shire Edinburgh. " Gracious Severeign, " W ®T we feel ourfelves happy 'yy -cthe enjoyment every right and privilege, fecured to us by the laws and conllitution our country, cannot obferve
11 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TMTR. DAWSON purpofes to open his School in Mr. Knight's Room in the Affembly-Court, Leeds, on Monday the 17th of

TMTR. DAWSON purpofes to open his School in Mr. Knight's Room in the Affembly-Court, Leeds, on Monday the 17th of

April j and begs Leave to inform his Friends and the'Publicin general, that no Pains /hall wanting to perfeft (tie Young Ladies and Gentlemen intruded to his Care in genteel Behaviour, as well as Dancinsr. Mrs. DAWSON's BOARDINGSCHOOL in Boar-Lane, Leeds, Young Ladies are gentfe
11 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, April 9.

LONDON, April 9.

are told that our m—ry took very great pains, ambaflador, to detach one of the high contraft• rties from the alliance lately entered into be- Treat powers ; but fo far from the negociat' ee heintr attended with fuccefs, it is (by the an'■"minifterial party) that it even facilita
13 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England