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NEW MARKET-RACES.

NEW MARKET-RACES.

Second Meeting, com ,'u.li'd. Friday. Mr. Wentworth's chefovt h'orie,. Cha'.fwrth. by Biank, beat Mr. Vevw-r"s cfceeC hone, Morwic"*, Sft. ylb. £. C. for Gs. Bets, to - Chaiworrh, Mr. B'.irliorf's brown colt, Minos, Lot, Sft. be.-.: rd Orford's grey feather, S "lb. B. C. for ico
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

be SOLD, Friday the Sth 'tf May, at three o’clock in the afternoon, at the Turk's Head, in Kcveajile, A PARCEL of OAK and ASH TREES, Handing -tL Wylam, and Wylam Wood, now marked and numbered, and which will be diewn Mr Thompibu, Steward, To be SOLD to the higheji Bidder, the Hot
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be LET immediately.

To be LET immediately.

be LET immediately. AH O U S E and SHOP, .with Lofts, Cellars, and other good convenieneici, fitaate in the Side, in N'cwcaftle, now in the Occupation Mr Hanlon. . Alf) to be LET oxainfl Lammas next, TWO Large WAREHOUSES, fituate in Bewick’s r.ntiy, in thcClofc. or' Mr John Smith
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Servants i« the Houle will (hew the Premifes

The Servants i« the Houle will (hew the Premifes

For further Particular, enquire the Hon. Mr. Ki Stratton-Street, Piccadilly, London or Mr. John Shave, Uookfeller, in Ipfwich. N.B. The Furniture, with the Garden-Tools, Cam, See. (if approved of) to be taken at a fair Appraif tnrnt. # * The Cellars and Vaults exceeding good.
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Saturday, April 20.

Saturday, April 20.

, LONDON GAZETTE. the Great Duke orne trie Cardi- na^s aD °dy fent him prefent, confiding of tile Holy Cro< a<^orne with figures an( inftruments 01 trie Crucifixion, in gold, weighing pounds; . rints Churches dings of Rome, and two mofaick work reprefenting St. 1-j- , Paul; on w
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the Printer of the St. James's Chronicle. SIR, Friday, April zB. I Was not a little furprifed at reading in

the Printer of the St. James's Chronicle. SIR, Friday, April zB. I Was not a little furprifed at reading in

your yefterday's Chronicle, " it is upon authority faid, that the fine of five hundred pounds upon Mr. Wilkes's fir ft conviction has not yet been paid, neither intended, as it would be improper till th« expiration of the other feutence." Upon what authority a founded, tan guets
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
G O U R A N T,

G O U R A N T,

G U A N T, c.ice with a great and has decldred his fentimenti in regard to tin: illegality'of late proceedings.. An eminent lawyer, no lels admired for his great abilities, than his goodnef's heart, has declared that fome certain meafurcs lately taken are entirely incouiUlent wit
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
hxlraii of a Letter from U'inchcjhr, April 21

hxlraii of a Letter from U'inchcjhr, April 21

*- Lord Bruce. Gold and Silver Mcdali, given annually for the Promotion of Literature, and Encouiagemcnt of Youth, were this Day meritorioully prefented to the following Scho- lars ot Winton College, viz. Mr. John Eaton, Mr. Richard Ford, and Mr. Samuel Trotnian."
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
2%»rs*a? a #eft.

2%»rs*a? a #eft.

COUNTRY NEWS. Math, April i±. #. <XM N Tuefdty kit was laid the flrft Stone X rS X of a oew Street intended to be called XX B'wd-Strcet, fituatci near Milfom- ?? Street. The Plan for erecting a new tnd complete Set of Rooms forthe Accommodation ofthe Nobility and Gentry refortin
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England