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Extracl of a Letter from Corfiia

Extracl of a Letter from Corfiia

?? I acquaint you in Hade with an Event, which, had it taken Place, would have made us repent our having attacked the Corficans, who had never done us any Harm. That Nation, jealous of its Liberties, which they fee ready to expire, and fcnfible of the Impoflibility of de- fendin
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extracl of a Letter frum Bath, dated Wednifday Morning, April 12. •' Our Eleftion for Mafter of the Ceremonies is ftill undecided, and notwithftanding Mr. Plo- mer has the Majority, the Irifh Nobility and Gentry, ftill fupport and acknowledge Mr. Brere- ton. — Mr. Plomer has mad
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, April 14

LONDON, April 14

c We hear that a very Great Man has lately, to the greai* Satisfaction and Surprize of his Friends, ?? ramfeif very much in favour of a certain popular Gentleman. Yefterday Morning at Eight o'Clock, fevcral great Cavalcades c' the Freeholders of Middle- lex, fet out from the dif
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SUNDERLAND RACES. • be RUN for, Su N D EKLAN D Sands, m Mituhj lie tub of Afril, tjSf, A

SUNDERLAND RACES. • be RUN for, Su N D EKLAN D Sands, m Mituhj lie tub of Afril, tjSf, A

PUR S E of G OL D, not exceeding fifty pounds, by Korfn that never ftarted for fifty, nor Won tea; aged horfet to carry *6O Pone, and others allow'd the ufual weight; weight forage. Four miles heat*. ( Tuefday the 18th, PURSE of G OLD, by hacks and hunters belonging to Sunderlan
15 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Exlrail ofa Litter from Paris.

Exlrail ofa Litter from Paris.

—« You may affure my Friends on your Side of the \SHht, that one, if riot the firft Article in the Quadruple Alliance, is to keep the Sword drawn till' the French/afe reftored to all their Pofleflions in America. The Im- permanericy arid frequent Fluctuations of your Councils pr
21 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
long continued Inflammations of the Eves, and every Other anting Horn the Foulorls in the ul They may taken in

long continued Inflammations of the Eves, and every Other anting Horn the Foulorls in the ul They may taken in

any Seafon, without the haft Inconvenience oi Hindrance of Buhncfs. They alfo perteef Digcftlon, and amazingly create an None arc Genuine, but what arc lignej by J.sn Norma, in his own Hand Writing. 1 The* Drops arc' appointed the Author Sold by J. (only) Printer and Bookftller.
18 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Rc.'Jj fir the Preft, miff etc:' villi,- »„ . , An entire new V Wrote fot the I fc aril

Rc.'Jj fir the Preft, miff etc:' villi,- »„ . , An entire new V Wrote fot the I fc aril

adits, j;, tIA, Cook., OvC. t f.tlt'l (t The EXIT 1 ENGLISH Houfc-kcccncr KM ZAI!F T II 1 j *. * Wrote purely from J r?dxr, nt..! * Dedicated to the lion, u- Whom the Author lately llnf-.' Confiding of near S:o Original : which never appealed ii, 1 Firfl I’an, Lemon Pick e, Brow
18 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BATH, April 20.

BATH, April 20.

Arriv'd here, SirX'yttcr Holt and Lady, Capt.Stuart, Capt. Calvert, Rev. Dr. Ilarvey and Lady, Dr. Crayter, Dr. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Roger/ Mr. and Mis. Cambden, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Mr* and Mrs. Dicks, Mr. and Mrs. Brittan, Mr! and Mrs. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Mills, Mr. and Mr,
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
After th; Writ and the Aft of Parliament againft bribery and corruption were read, and the Sheriffs fv o. n,

After th; Writ and the Aft of Parliament againft bribery and corruption were read, and the Sheriffs fv o. n,

Mr. Sawbridge came forward on the Huttings, and filence being demanded, addrefled hiinTelf to the public in the following words ; He faid he need not acquaint them, that the affair in point was now difpute between A ——n and the Freeholaers of Middlefex j thatfince the former Ele
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
rfMir, Amitvrrf.vy t.rjl »/ I tie htrji Aktient tt/ui ritole 0> JJUCKS, ■u/V/ be the H’lilt-lUrl Inn ilnU-Sintl, Itnlb, I

rfMir, Amitvrrf.vy t.rjl »/ I tie htrji Aktient tt/ui ritole 0> JJUCKS, ■u/V/ be the H’lilt-lUrl Inn ilnU-Sintl, Itnlb, I

ru/ny the April In/anl. Dinner to on U preeijt I, ill 'Tnvo o .1. (r-J. •tickefl to he bnrl the Bar o, tbf i.rte llarl. LE I T, and entered uj>on imuiediitely, Ldree HOUSE in the GROVE, Rath, „cx. Door to the CoHcr-Hoult.— Mr. Simplon, at the Rooms; Mr. J. Horton, lit Willgaie-S
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England