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never appeared in Print. FIRST PART, Lemon Pickle, Brown'ng for all Sorts of made Difhett, Soups, Fifh, plain Meat, Game,

never appeared in Print. FIRST PART, Lemon Pickle, Brown'ng for all Sorts of made Difhett, Soups, Fifh, plain Meat, Game,

made Dillies both Hot and Cold, Pyes, Puddings, &c. SECOND PART, All Kind of Confetlionary, particularly the Gold and Silver Web fur covering of Sweetmeats, and a Defert of Spun Sugar, with D.reCtions to let out a Table in the moll elegant Manner and in the modern 'rade, Floatin
18 July 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The Seventh Edit on of

The Seventh Edit on of

THE Art of making Wines from ruit , „ Flowers, and all the native Growth of Great &train; particularly of Grapes, Goolberries, Conant', Itatberrie‘, Mulbeniet, Eldererries, Blackberries, Strais berries, Dewberries, Apples, Pea-s, Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Qliinces, Plumbs, Da
18 July 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Lct, And a:tarred upon immediately, HE Wll-PITT? LYON and EXctsz.cr;tcr, being an old-accußorned Inn, in the Mart et-PLice

To be Lct, And a:tarred upon immediately, HE Wll-PITT? LYON and EXctsz.cr;tcr, being an old-accußorned Inn, in the Mart et-PLice

in the '1 own of Ruthin, in th e County of Denbigh, w'sli ernvenient Stales, Coach-liouf,, and about Co Acres of Land lyMg ci n• tigunim Eon torthtr Particulars enquire of Mr. Pater Jones, tt Ruthin at .retaid. N. The that., feveral Torrnike Roads leading horn Cherie-, rtslia,i,
4 July 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The LORD MAYOR's ANSWER.

The LORD MAYOR's ANSWER.

THE Lord Mayor prcfents his Compliments to liord II d, and in Anfw.r to the Ho- nour of his Lordfhip's Letter deli.ercd to him by Mr. Selwyn, he begs Leave to fay that he had no Concern in drawing up the Petition from the Livery of London to his Majefty ; that he looks en himfel
15 July 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

The Nobleman and Gentleman's Subfcription Purfe of Fifty Pounds for Four Year Olds. Duke of Marlborough's bay Colt, Gtnius. Mr. Tracy's bay Colt. Mr. Salt's chefnut Colt, Cicero. Mr. Dutton's chefnut Colt.
15 July 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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Canterbury, July 22. On Thurfday the Affixes ended at Maid-lone, when James Gray, and Thomas Gray for Houfe-breaking, were con- demned to be hanged. On Wednefday came on the Trial of Sufannah Lott, for the Murder of her Hmband John Lotc, of Hythc, in this County ; after a long H
29 July 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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ilmi *&*?•* #t>a.

ilmi ?? #t>a. Extracl of a Let te.' frim Rogna in Corfica, June I. 38(XXJS HIS Province ftill continues the fame J< r-p X ?? bas always approved itfclf to be, V X notwithltanding the Misfortunes the JSCXXw ot bers on this Side of the Mountains have experienced. General Paoli rema
1 July 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

WorceJlcr, June 29. Laft Week died, in an advanced Age, Adam Pratrinton, Gentleman, Senior Alderman of the Borough of Bewdley ; •whofe Lofs is greatly lamented, not only by his Relations and Friends, but by the Poor in ge- neral, whom he conftantly relieved at his Gar- Jen Gate,
1 July 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
was uirncJ out the Hall, at the gate of which the populace laid hold of dragged him along GullJJhill-yafd the

was uirncJ out the Hall, at the gate of which the populace laid hold of dragged him along GullJJhill-yafd the

heels, and tore his coat, waiftcoat, and fliirt almoft off his back. Some were for ducking him i'n a herfe-pond, but he dipt into Guildhall Coffce-houfe, and the it.ob attempted to force their way into the houfe after him; but a Gentleman alluring them that he had efcapcd out a
1 July 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WEDNESDAY next, the atfth inftant. At Mr PARKER’s LONG-ROOM, Wilt held

WEDNESDAY next, the atfth inftant. At Mr PARKER’s LONG-ROOM, Wilt held

22 July 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England