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To the PRINTER. SIR POETICASTOS, his letter to us in the Public Advertift r of this morning, is in fuch

To the PRINTER. SIR POETICASTOS, his letter to us in the Public Advertift r of this morning, is in fuch

a violent rage, that he forgot to iign his real name. The blood and thunder, the ftorming, ranting, and bluftering, in his iliort epiftle, could come from none but himfelf. fie grows raving mad at the following extract, which he quotes from Junius's letter, viz. that he mafterin
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BOOKS. Day was P:ddifjcd, printed on fine Paper Quarto, Price Half Crown, AMBITION, An EPISTLE PAOLI. Dedicated to JOHN SAWBRTDGE,

BOOKS. Day was P:ddifjcd, printed on fine Paper Quarto, Price Half Crown, AMBITION, An EPISTLE PAOLI. Dedicated to JOHN SAWBRTDGE,

By the Rev. T. T O U A Y. Printed for the AUTHOR and fold by E. and C. Dilly, the Poultry J.Ridley, St. James's Street, London ; V/. Flackton, Canterbury; and P. Newport, Dover. This Day was Price One Shilling and Sixpence fewed, And Two Shillings bound, The SECOND EDITION, COMP
26 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MEDICINES. By MAJESTY'S Rpal Letters Patent. Prepared by DICEY and OKELL, Bow Cbm\b-Vard, London. Dr. BATEMAN's PECTORAL DROPS. WHICH, for

MEDICINES. By MAJESTY'S Rpal Letters Patent. Prepared by DICEY and OKELL, Bow Cbm\b-Vard, London. Dr. BATEMAN's PECTORAL DROPS. WHICH, for

more than Fifty Years, have been univcrfally known to the and lured Relief" in the acute Rheumatism, (as have lately Pains lb* Brcaft, Limbs and Joints, Fluxes, Ar.ucs, flow and latent Fevers ; a Dojfe remarkably Hops the Pre. grefs of a Cold, and certainly prevents the ill Co:i
26 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
800 K~~S~ Saturday next will In Two Volumes, Price 6s. bound in the Vellum Manner, labelled on the Backs, THE

800 K~~S~ Saturday next will In Two Volumes, Price 6s. bound in the Vellum Manner, labelled on the Backs, THE

Hiftory of Mifs SOMMERVILLE, Written by a LADY. Printed for Newbcry and Carnan, Number 65, the North Side of St. Paul's Church-yard. - Saturday next will be publijl.-ed, The Second Edition, corrected, Price 35. bound in the Vellum Manner, labelled on the Back, infcribed to the G
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LOST, on SUNDAY LAST, Eetween MAIDSTONE mul CANTERBURY, AB AG, containing Two Cricket Balls, and Several Parcels directed Canterbury. Whoever

LOST, on SUNDAY LAST, Eetween MAIDSTONE mul CANTERBURY, AB AG, containing Two Cricket Balls, and Several Parcels directed Canterbury. Whoever

ha-, found the lame, and will bring it to the KINGS-ARMS Printinjr-Offlce, CANTERBURY, dia l receive Five Shillings Reward, and ail other reasonable Charges. To S O*L D. that MESSUAGE, TENEM E or ft MANSION HOUSE 101 l 111! gethcr with the Farm Houie §' -ff adjoining thereto, Ba
22 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
" A M ERICA.

" A M ERICA.

'xfxir'dof a letter from Bofiou in Ke-w England, March 2. « In the journal of occurrences pubiifiied here, Uefoliowing articled ued Bofton,Feb.s. " There I'-biHi much talk of an anonymous letter fent Lee to Lord Hillsborough, and by him remitted KiCovernor Bernard : for fome tim
24 April 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A K E fc D O T E.

A K E fc D O T E.

A fc O T E. FURFANTE, of Florence, had ever been enemy to virtue and to hit country; it it faid of bimlclf could not remember that he ever hid been an lioneft man; and having grown immeafely rich by die public plunder, and being eonfeiout of hit own defetu, nothing, could lie aga
22 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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To the PUBLiC, There is arrived in this City from London, and is to 1. teen at Mr. Spence's, the Wolf's-Head, in Watc t . gate-Street, That Curious Piece of ART, The Phaeton Mobile, or Flying Chariot, is foe ruffed as to travel on the cep, man Road, without Hodes, at the Rate Si
25 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
POETS CORNER. lay, on his oath, that Claike dy’d of the . blow, But B d, he dy'd of neglefk

POETS CORNER. lay, on his oath, that Claike dy’d of the . blow, But B d, he dy'd of neglefk

( >s attended, he finely mutt know, A.. offer with Siiinh for the fa£l. "o do juftice to both, as the cafes are put. And ttie ot poor Clarke to J- ■' fliould ''chang'd the judgment of Foote, And B— —d be bang'd on his own. For the Bath tend Bristol Chronicle. Lines occasioned by
27 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ihtf, , Cotton, an Iron and BRIDGE. i/Tfrom Frakc* Holiand and I . a*e nd on GAZETTE. torn g AT

Ihtf, , Cotton, an Iron and BRIDGE. i/Tfrom Frakc* Holiand and I . a*e nd on GAZETTE. torn g AT

UR A Y, April 24. • a fty^ca m the of Feers, and y leated on he Throne, with tf " al olcmnlty p!eafed 10 g,Ve thC lA Royf^fXr‘carrying into execution certain propollyl A " nV-India Company, for the payment of the [® b V he for limited time, in refpeit the ter- revenues lately ob
24 April 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England