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ADVERTISE M E N T S. SPERMACETI CANDLES of all Sizes- MADE B V C H RIST OPH r. R

ADVERTISE M E N T S. SPERMACETI CANDLES of all Sizes- MADE B V C H RIST OPH r. R

WOl> D in Leith, And iold" by him at his warehoufe net me Wei >h- houfe ; " And at Edinburgh, by Mis. M 'KAIN, in ihe Lawn-market. The Quality may be depended on. REFINED SPERMACETI OIL, Which is free from fmeil. N. B. Country commiillons panviiisilv ar.fw-i*J, Sf. James's, Augn
2 September 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. F L OWER ROOTS. pT imported, and to be fold by WILLIAM BORTFI- *ft ICK, at his fhop, firft

ADVERTISEMENTS. F L OWER ROOTS. pT imported, and to be fold by WILLIAM BORTFI- *ft ICK, at his fhop, firft

ftair above the head of the 'rttrmoll Baxters clofe, Lawn-market, Edinburgh, compleat, and curious Aftortment of MftZR ROOTS of the following kinds, viz. Kya- *, tulips, polyanthus's, narciftus's, double jonquils, ?? imperials, frittilaries, colchicums, gladiolus's, Per- iod bul
6 September 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON, Auguft 31

LONDON, Auguft 31

'Tis confidently aflerted, that the three great Men at the Head of the Law, the Army, and the Navy, have each of tl.em ?? a certain y great patriotic Earl of their entire Attachment \ to his Lordfhip's Opinion on public Affairs, and \xe ready to .co-operate in any Mealwres his ?
2 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday and Saturday's POSTS.

Arrived the Mail from Flandfcip. Paris, Vlug.il. , T is pretended that the Englilh have offered it I the King ot France will give up their in ro»OS()rcJ* bit all Commerce to their ii»b-jefts in thofe parts. LONDON, Sept. i. . hear that a certain.noble D—, North Britain, redding
5 September 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

? /gr»rt letter now engrofies the whole Sonic politicians affirm, that its Cr ' will be fatal two or three grea ' while others imagine, that they im- ' -'movc themfelves to parts, iUj of it as all agree an directly to be made into it. morning, as foon as the above , abroaH, an w
6 September 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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THURSDAY next, the 14th THERE WILL Dancing and Card Affemblv, Ac the SARACENs-HE AD,' S II F O D. To

THURSDAY next, the 14th THERE WILL Dancing and Card Affemblv, Ac the SARACENs-HE AD,' S II F O D. To

be SOLD LETT, good Security, A CUT T E About Forty Feet long, well founded, and fit for any immediate Service. Enquire of Mr. Richaßd WithErden, Rope- Maker, DOVER. MARGATE, September i, 1769. A WALKER his refpeaful Com. plimc:its_to the Nobility and Gentry, with Thanks for thei
6 September 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THURSDAY'S POST.

THURSDAY'S POST.

Arrived the MAILS from Ilolfmd and Flanders. . A, Aug. V'' S ail '. vf d t ' l ' s !cni Civitta lias brought em A'ugiilfin A whofe name is Anthony Cortes, ;'' 10 ' l;u ,ce demanded by the King a!n °f 'he late Pope, end was refilled , , to be delivered : the prefent Pope has cont
7 September 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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4 September 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
T, , J , .ft ,„<> from foft-ChailV, fcet*cen Milbouro fit. An- Dtal Box, containing black Satrm Negligee. \ xvh\te

T, , J , .ft ,„<> from foft-ChailV, fcet*cen Milbouro fit. An- Dtal Box, containing black Satrm Negligee. \ xvh\te

inen Gown, quilted Pctiicoat, me Shilt&, and /T Pair ot Booti. three Book*, and fome Mufic, black other Linen a 1 Kn „ l , Cafe, cootai g Bjrcl thc Al „ e ) 01 , inn, Dorchefter Greyhound, BUndfort,. receive Uve Guineas Reward, with hank*.
4 September 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the Rt. Hon. the Lord Provost, Magistrates and Bridge-committee, of Edinburgh.

To the Rt. Hon. the Lord Provost, Magistrates and Bridge-committee, of Edinburgh.

IlAving been called upon by you, to give our opinions concerning the [Mt Robert Mylne, brother to the builder of the bridge Mr William, and one of his bondfmen, came from London oq this occasion.] bridge of Edinburgh, in of the unhappy accident that happ® n thereto upon the 3d o
1 September 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland