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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Leeds, April 4. On Tuefday night latt, betwist and t a o'clock, one of the Leeds liege coaches was attacked before it had got four miles out of London, by a fingle highwayman, well mounted ; one of the paffengers, an officer of the Excife. drew a piiiol out of his breaft, and ha
18 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ly Authority of tile KJNG' R. BATENIAN is prepared by DICEY and Church• Yard, London; which, fur Years, have been

ly Authority of tile KJNG' R. BATENIAN is prepared by DICEY and Church• Yard, London; which, fur Years, have been

univerfaily known fore* Relief in the molt acute RH. in the Breen, Limbs, and ji.intr, Ft-1. gore and latent FEVERS, (preferable , new Inventions, &c.) a fingle Dote remar. P , ogrefo of a Cold, and certainly prevents :,,ences arifing from that very comm.. lertinner of moil Dill
18 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
7> COVER iKt SEASON,

7> COVER iKt SEASON,

COVER iKt SEASON, jit {Vd-aarth, mar Pkrsbridge, in the Comity of Durham, at ont the mare, and pi'Jhtt the Jervaut, HQLST E I N, This Horre was bred in Holfttin,.lt four yeiis old, remarkably (Irong and ailive, and near fifteen hands and a half high. Any farmers mares that don’t
15 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COCKING.

COCKING.

A Main of Cocks will be fought at the Crown Inn, Lyndhurfl, in the New Forett, on Tuefitay 'he 18th and Wednefday the 10th Inft. between the Gentlemen of the Ide of Wight the Gentlemen nf the New Fotefl, for four Guineas a Battle, and 40 the odd Battle To begin each Day at Ten ©
17 April 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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17 April 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Corn-Exchange, MARK-LANE, London. Wheat 30s od .to 38s od Hog Peafe 18s Barley 14s od to 6d Beans 16s od Rye, 20s 21s od Tares 22s to 26s od Oats * 11s od to od "Fineft FJonr ' 335. per Sack BrownMalt 2os jpd '<Sdl Second Sort - - 30s od Pale Malt 21s to od Third Sort -"
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POETS CORNER. EPITAPH an elegant Monument, now everting in the 'Abbey Church, in the city of BATH, to the Memory

POETS CORNER. EPITAPH an elegant Monument, now everting in the 'Abbey Church, in the city of BATH, to the Memory

of the late Mr. QU N. [Written by DAVII) GAR RICK, Eft}."] THAT tongue which fet the table on a roar, And charm'd the public ear, is heard more; Clos'd are thofe eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which fpake before the tongue what Skahcfpeare writ; Cold is that hand, which living was
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LEEDS, April 18.

LEEDS, April 18.

jd Friday Jaft, a dreadful Fire hap- V '0 at village about live miles from , E by aifertfanjt.girl Mr, town, who, being ordered iry bacon for dinner, incidentally threw of" the fat out the pan, which immediately let lire the foot in the chimney, and bv the vi >lence the wind", c
18 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
T fowl. t/ 6d This 'Writer with great acrimony late The following lines furnifli the reader with Come idea of

T fowl. t/ 6d This 'Writer with great acrimony late The following lines furnifli the reader with Come idea of

his manner: / ,i' OI Route, ye Britons, good and brave, Your injur'd, drooping country fate! Shall Briton's flight their country's call Indignant fpurn the fervile chain, Free your guardian waves remain, OrcruflTd, with freedom, greatly fall. 'Tis not the (hadow hour,' he buz fo
18 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
I Tht r following Lints on Solitude^ (extensfortj by Mifi I Priflelia Poynton, who is how ftdici'ting a Suh/irlptidu for

I Tht r following Lints on Solitude^ (extensfortj by Mifi I Priflelia Poynton, who is how ftdici'ting a Suh/irlptidu for

the Publication efhtr own (forks. DEAR Solitudt, thou Source of Blifs below. From thee the true ft Joys do ever flow, if bleft Reflection does infpire our Mind, To thee we owe the Thought tiiat Was fo kind, In thy Pofl'eflion greater Pleasure's \k, v . Than all thofe Joys in ??
21 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England