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COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Gloucefter, April 17. A Gentleman from Bath con- firms the News of the Riot among the Belles and Beaux; and gives us the following Particulars: It began firft upon Mr. Plomer's ordering a Bench to be fet for fome Ladies who came in late, before another that was full. The Hon. lA
28 April 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
liis country ,ii foi having tic hsiurd ins in*.-, tiic diminution his fortune, t the cvpence his liberty, wit'illood this

liis country ,ii foi having tic hsiurd ins in*.-, tiic diminution his fortune, t the cvpence his liberty, wit'illood this

Goliah, this overgrown monger tyranny and oppieffion. theaclminlltration the Lords Halifax an{ ' remont, was not every illegal ttretch power prattifed againlt him ? Was he not attacked and confined by vague general warrant, which neither dcfcribed him in particular, nor i'pecifi
27 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Tiie following BOOKS are \,y tcAke /v. / . Taylor, bally, and , Booklelien, in Cadcll, Ward, and Brown, Briftoi;

Tiie following BOOKS are \,y tcAke /v. / . Taylor, bally, and , Booklelien, in Cadcll, Ward, and Brown, Briftoi;

Burrouvh 7 Smith, Marlborough Mif» !.,A moft Book ffcli era, and the News-Car,-; J , ' J IC'L'S, On Saturday the 19tb Infant, will be pubhjb e ,{ In Two Volumes, Price 6s. bound in the Vellum '' labelled on the Backs, Sec. ' an ner, THE Iliftory of Mifs SOMMERVIL I Written by a
27 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Tuesday April 25.

Tuesday April 25.

Tuesday April SHIP NEWS. PORT April and 22. Coasters entered Inwards. From Rye,] Two Brothers. Haftin»s,] Mary. Rocheder,] Duke of Cumberland. Coasters cleared Out<ivards. For Deal,] Endeavour. Sandwich,] Sufsmnah, Two Brothers, St. George, If ton, Wheatfheaf. Duke of Cumberland,
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
'h Authority^ at St. Janies'3, the of April 1763. will (Price only SIX PENCE) Adorned with an elegant printed in

'h Authority^ at St. Janies'3, the of April 1763. will (Price only SIX PENCE) Adorned with an elegant printed in

Quarto, a .vw Letter and fine Pap r, the whole com pleated Ferry Numbers only (or the overplus g gratis} every Number to enriched with a moil, curious Copper plate, finely engraved, (To continued A New and Complete HISTORY of The HOLY BIBLE; From Creation of the WORLD, the 0i r
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
E D I C E S. A CAUTION to the PUBLIC. the I N G's PATE N T S. J)R.

E D I C E S. A CAUTION to the PUBLIC. the I N G's PATE N T S. J)R.

WALKER'S Patent XF. JESUIT'S DROPS, tor which his .VjVftv was to honor hirh with his Royal Liters Patents for Engl-md, Scotland,, If.hnd, and the iratiojis in, -America.—The Succcfs aria D*»iar.d tttat W made for our never-failing Genuine JESUIT'S whicii are the moft certain, ch
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
T9 the Pr in the Ken saGa z zt te< SIRS, IF you may, without offence to thofe of your

T9 the Pr in the Ken saGa z zt te< SIRS, IF you may, without offence to thofe of your

readers, the warm friends of prerogative, who I told, take it highly ami/s, that you fliould prefume to follow tne example every other paper (but the Public Ledger) in admitting thought that has the molt leaning to the fide of liberty, you will oblige me by giving a place in you
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
POETS CORN R. For the KEN GAZETTE. The CAM AD: or, Sonnet. 1. SWEET's the gently blufhing dawn, -Sweet the

POETS CORN R. For the KEN GAZETTE. The CAM AD: or, Sonnet. 1. SWEET's the gently blufhing dawn, -Sweet the

dew lawn, Sweet the earth when patt'ring fhcw'rs Sprinkle o'er the verbal fiow'rs Sweet are rummer walks at night, Pale-ey'd Cynthia yielding light; Sweet the bubbling riv'lcts tall, Sweet the note Philomel. II. But, nor gardens fwcetell rlow'rs When refreih'd vernal fliow'rs, N
26 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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» -mm*, i ■ -■ r\ t,« a CYf.UINO, 1'Uiil and a ll.df high, MaMn ot mid n’ii(«nt( found. Pjvafc apply Mr. Hood, the Pelican Inn, \Valc*»l SiMrt, IbilK. The «»f rpprehinfiom and who Jftll Saturday he Crown and Anchor tavern the Strand, adjourned them 111 vc» nexlj when they will ag
27 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FARMS now to LETT,

FARMS now to LETT,

And to bg Enter'd at Mich aiumas next, on a 7 Years Leafe. 1. rrvHE LANDS of POSTWICK, which are now divi- JL ded, and laid moll conveniently together round the Dwelling Houfes. --- They are in good Condition, with proper Offices, Idrge Barm, &e.--There is from 130 to 150 Acres
22 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England