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Mr. Wilktfs’s addrefs to the Freeholders ot'MMdlcfex, on his being defied a fourth time their Reprelcntative in parliament, is as

Mr. Wilktfs’s addrefs to the Freeholders ot'MMdlcfex, on his being defied a fourth time their Reprelcntative in parliament, is as

follows:« ** Gentlemen, —The manly perfcverance with the calm but undaunted Ipiritof ycur condufl this day, in fupport of the Freedom of Election, has crowned the juft expectations of the public, and will forever endear you to your countrymen. The honour I receive in being the f
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
f» faiil lfi« f ' un,li, •» •aV liiat H. !■■ Lu«i»ll| KlPi < l.a»t ib* lurmd niiintw foi MiJtll<le»,

f» faiil lfi« f ' un,li, •» •aV liiat H. !■■ Lu«i»ll| KlPi < l.a»t ib* lurmd niiintw foi MiJtll<le»,

J. Jlkos, Elq. 'Viftmt Col. I.uttrtll took the oitlht and h» lent in the Hi ulf Common*, •« M«mbei tor the somity M.ddl Miilillcfcx ! Frceholtieis ol every her County! l <»t the City Loiiolttn Members of every other Corporation I- Inhabitant* cvvry Uoioi ! ALL Who love the KIN G
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Arrived the Mails from Holland) France, and Flanders 1 ' Warfjvj, March iS. ' , E have juft now received the news, that the which W, j 1 were eftablifhed and ZalefTezyk, have been entirely de-. ftroyea a large" body the Confederates of Bar . The Tartars yet continue very quiet i
18 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be SOL D, Three Spring WOODS, Ready fai Fall, d Caw-Hake, Acorn, and Cottol-JVeof, Days Work, near Haworth, the

To be SOL D, Three Spring WOODS, Ready fai Fall, d Caw-Hake, Acorn, and Cottol-JVeof, Days Work, near Haworth, the

Parifh of Bradford. , For further Particulars enquire of Mr. William Jud» the Owner, Hafton near Leeds. To -be S L, (To g ether or- S e a r a t t y,) .At tit of Mr. Crvwtber, tbe 'Sign of tbe fili. Cock, in Hull fax, tbe l6th ofslprrf Ir;flant t letouixt tbe h'surs of Four and S
18 April 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
' L O N;D O N; April 17. 5

' L O N;D O N; April 17. 5

' L O N; D O N; April 17. 5 -I . . r, , . ' • ?? ' Laft Saturday's Gazette contains AddrefTes to his'Ma- jefty From jthe Tbwif of Kingildn upori Hull, the Burgh of Great Yarmouth, the City of Edinburgh, the County oit Berth, the County of -Aberdeen, the 1 City of Aber- ] deeii,-
21 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
I0)e alteburp 3oumaL

I0)e alteburp 3oumaL

alteburp MONDAY, April 17, 1769. vifion : with this the fettler is empoweted, the year’s end, to put himfelf in pofleflion of another affiftant hand, a negro: lad. But wc will throw off one acre for his non-indullry, and only five acres of cotton to have been cultivated, which pr
17 April 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
-.fth fiiort Qubkxbs, fuftnitted.W*i fit fideration oj ail itnbiafied, well-mean-.i. ((tit' „.I ...MCp.t- >■ 1 I- „„,. Ar.w hf

-.fth fiiort Qubkxbs, fuftnitted.W*i fit fideration oj ail itnbiafied, well-mean-.i. ((tit' „.I ...MCp.t- >■ 1 I- „„,. Ar.w hf

-.fth fiiort Qubkxbs, fuftnitted W*i fit fider ation oj ail itnbiafied, well-mean- i. (( tit ' „ I ?? >■ 1 I- „„,. Ar.w hf ! ' ;: ' *rR. w — 3 "'■* a FP'"> „v l\ /M or can he ddown it, for the go- \f a vernment of Canada. YJL Q. Is it material whetner be j for it to Lord B— or to
15 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.!

EDINBURGH.!

The Lor.don Gazette brough- by tii; tains dutiful and loyal addreffes to Ins M ?? ; . the Mayor, Magiftrates, Gent lemen, jCltfg! chants, Manufaft urcrs, {and principal ■- of the city of Norwich; t.ie Gentlenun, l ' Merchants, and principal inhabitants of * of Lancafter; the Nob
15 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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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
 
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