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T The Freeholders of Middlelex think they me a right, as Freeholders, to chufe whom ey pleafe to be their Reprefentative in Parsznent—aot difqualified by law. The think they have a right to expel their body any perfon (though not diftillfied by law) who appears to them unt in tha
18 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Aiornti wii De'ug 6 a: : Jaruij, yitlfilajhti. The Gompleat Gardencf: • ' 'O 'K, Gardening made perfedlly Eafy. Containing

Aiornti wii De'ug 6 a: : Jaruij, yitlfilajhti. The Gompleat Gardencf: • ' 'O 'K, Gardening made perfedlly Eafy. Containing

full-and plain dire&om for the proper management of the Fltver, Fruit, add Kitchen gardens, for every month, in the year. The whole laid down in fo plain and eafy a manner, that all vho.are defirous of managing a garden, may <f® it without any other Ons whatever. is added, -The
15 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
L ON DON) April i|.

L ON DON) April i|.

A new WVit is iltued out for electing a Member Fdr Bofliney in Cornwall, in the room of Henry Lawes Lut- tcrell, Efq; who has accepted of the Place of Steward of the Three Cheltern Hundreds^ Sir John Fielding, in his Charge (as Chairman) tothe Grand Jury at the late Quarter-Seff
21 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
iie^mteftiap'iai paff*

iie^mteftiap'iai paff*

"' *"' Paris, April l. • W h E give no Credit here, either to the Report ' of "the Englilh Miniilry having offered the Reftoration of Canada 'to. France for 20,000,000 of. Livres; or to that of our j Cour.t, having, c.ondnded a Treaty, olferlfive anddefeii- : five, with thdfevof
21 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

Thursday's and Friday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April St- feinefs, yifril it. . The following Addrefs the Mayor, Magiftrates, Gentlemen, Clergy, Merchants, Manufacturers, anti nth. ) principal Inhabitants of the City Norwich, hi> been presented to his Majefty Harbord Harbord and Edward Bacon, their Re
18 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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-■ ■ . , T O B E LE For the Term or Seven or Eleven \e entered upon at

-■ ■ . , T O B E LE For the Term or Seven or Eleven \e entered upon at

Lady-day next, it'wanted, A NEAT convenient $ faiall hall and two good ve:y large kitchen,, hpule and walh-houle, dairy, buttery an* pantry, five good bed-chambers, two two fe'rvants rooms and three large out-houfes, poultry-yard, coach-Louie, hung for eig or ten horfes, with ';
19 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the PRINTER, &c. AS a late unfortunate elopement has been pretty much the fubject of popular conversation, the following

To the PRINTER, &c. AS a late unfortunate elopement has been pretty much the fubject of popular conversation, the following

Leeds, Wakefield, Sheffield, Mansfield/ and Nottingham FLY, TWO DAYS and a Half ta Leeds and London, For the WINTER Seafon, WILL fet out from Mrs. Cooke's,the Old King's-Arms, Leeds, every Tuefday, Thurfday, and Saturday, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon; and from the Swan with
18 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I LONDON,

I LONDON,

1 1 tra ?*f* letter from Corke, March 22. ?? ,na ' of an uncommon nature came on at L. , : young fellow of this country laid a fi lad Xovember for running away with a L. B ™°tian, whofe brother liaving got intelli- ■;; fi iy fi intended rape, a few hours before it Btr."u,8 tr ."
19 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TireTc.v. jrr.C;jfe*,to M!f» FowVe. D^i‘-» the late Ate. Mr. *4»>ekr, > f Northwallliam, NotlelK. Death. The luw. RtrScr SiifToik. C.

TireTc.v. jrr.C;jfe*,to M!f» FowVe. D^i‘-» the late Ate. Mr. *4»>ekr, > f Northwallliam, NotlelK. Death. The luw. RtrScr SiifToik. C.

London, Thurfday, Afrnl 13. t. 'U.ia Morning ah.'ut 5130 Freeholders of the Inicrelt Mr. Wilkes, met at the Mile-end Aficmblylooxn, and proceeded ti.er.ee in Body Brentford, to pell for that Gentleman. 2a This Morning Col. Ltitireli, with final! Party, was proceeding to Brentfor
15 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SMITHFIELD, April 17.

SMITHFIELD, April 17.

Beef perlb. Veal \ Mutton
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England