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Beauttians, 'THE Pace of . Free Grammar Ehoul being Death of the Rm. John Thomas, M. A. the Nomination of

Beauttians, 'THE Pace of . Free Grammar Ehoul being Death of the Rm. John Thomas, M. A. the Nomination of

a Stall will be aforefaid, by the Appointme of the 'lary will be 401. per Antillean M'at'ssbe annual Sum of S. from Dr. 's fidozable Perquisites from Apartment the. Mailer to lire in, a Gartien a and good Study of Boobs. The ()unifications requifite are, the hav'm; taken the Deg
18 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The following BOOKS and MEDICINES arc fold by the Printer of this Paper, And may be had of the Men

The following BOOKS and MEDICINES arc fold by the Printer of this Paper, And may be had of the Men

who carry the fame London, Kovember to, 1766. THave appointed Joseph Harrop, Primer, in Manckejltr, my Agent for the Sale of my MEDICINES in that Town and Places adjacent, and fuel 1 other Places where his News-Paper Circulates: A!! Shopkeepers and others, in the County of i.aat
18 April 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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17 April 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Yellerday the Peers was full, arid it was expected they would fit late. is generally thought that Auguft Aflembiy will rife by the of next month, and matters have been hitherto Urged the ins, it is generally that the outs have no chance of being employed till the next at the ear
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
E T.) a General MILITIA Meeting held for this County, on the iSth Day of Augnjt it was trderod, -That,

E T.) a General MILITIA Meeting held for this County, on the iSth Day of Augnjt it was trderod, -That,

the Militia far the County jfrould trained and exercfed for this prefent year as follows, to wit, the Well Kent Regiment to ajjemble 'at Maid/lone, on Friday the Day of May and to cptttrhit out on fuch their Exercife Twerrty-rlAit Days and the Eaft Kent Battalion ajfetnbiv tit C
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
fume in the riotous, infolent> and abandoned manner, attempt to intercept this duty from the throne, beating, wounding, and otherwife

fume in the riotous, infolent> and abandoned manner, attempt to intercept this duty from the throne, beating, wounding, and otherwife

infulting fome of the principal merchants of this kingdom And what fhall fay of Englifhmen who (hall dare to carry thefe riots the very palace gates of our beloved monarch, whofe private virtues claim the univerfal love and elteem mankind, and whofe public virtues in the fupport
15 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, April 13

LONDON, April 13

It is expected the Houfe of Commons will adjourn for the Summer the latter End of this Month. We are informed that a great Number of Fo- reigners arrived here lately on Purpofe to be Spectators of the Humours of an Election. On Tuefday laft at a Meeting of the Suppoi**- ters of
15 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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