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Tuesday May 2.

Tuesday May 2.

LONDON. >OC<XEfterday, virtue of his Majefty, the bills men- a former part of this pay&CK&. P » received the royal aflent. The Rev. Mr. Home was very afliJuoufly employed Sunday morning among the inhabitants of Chelfea, in procuring fubfcriptions to the petition the Middlefex Fr
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The Ipswich

The Ipswich

Aunfiap’s |&ofl. . London, Sic. Saturday. April 22. Aprilxt. his iMiijefty came to th« Houfe Peers, and was pleafcd the (Tent to \n Ad for carrying into Eitocuticertain Proj»*(als, made the i-lndia Company, for the Paylent of the Annual Sum Four \indied Xhoi:l *nd Pounds, far a
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK.

SUFFOLK.

TURNPIKE from Scoi-i Bridge to Bvay.-Apiil 13, , THE Truftues for the faid Turnpike are defired the Crown in Botesdale on THURSDAy the Foutth Day May next, Ten o’Clock in the Fotenoon. Order of the Trullees, THO. SLAPP, Clerk UKnHKE from Baiucs to BURY,-April ij, , ■VTOTICE is h
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
THE NEWCASTLE

THE NEWCASTLE

483*. ATUHDA and SUNDA Y’s posts /. ■. N DON, April 20. . AGentbman juft arrived from Turin informs ns, that his Sardinian. Majefty is particularly attentive to the affair* which now agitate the people of Engl|nd, and not only confers in a very affable manner with every Engfifim
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
High-water Mliitjlablr, Saturday, minutes after noon. minutes after night.^^^^j, Extraft of a Letter from London, Our Market contiiaues quick. '

High-water Mliitjlablr, Saturday, minutes after noon. minutes after night.^^^^j, Extraft of a Letter from London, Our Market contiiaues quick. '

New Hops in Bags 14.3. in Pockets 31. Bs. 1 ' 1766, 2L 04s. to zl. ' 1767, in Bags ios. to 21. in Pockets 2L ios. to "SMITHFIEL J Beef per.lb. Veal Mutton Pork PRICES or A Return Wheat Sold at the Corn-E",., Mark-Lane, London, May 1, 1 30 qrs. - - 375. 430 qrs. at • ' - 365. 6d.
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the PRIN T E R. AS Antiochus, one the ancient princes of the eafl, wen; out a hunting, he chanced

the PRIN T E R. AS Antiochus, one the ancient princes of the eafl, wen; out a hunting, he chanced

to he be-nighted, and to lofe his followers. After a tedious wandering over heaths and forells, he came at lait to little cottage, where the poor people were at they entertained him very chearfully as a traveller who had loll his way. The chief fnbjedt of their difcourfe happene
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England