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To the R N SIR, - fend you a Parody of a favourite Song in the Farce Thomas and Sally,

To the R N SIR, - fend you a Parody of a favourite Song in the Farce Thomas and Sally,

which, it is faid, was compofed by one of the City Petitioners, his 1 road,to St. Tamers Palace. *' THE clamorous Horn calls the Rebel# abroad, To Court, mykbrave Boys, let's away ; The ParliartfentYup, andthecryofjohn Upbraids 6urtoofedious<lehiy What pleafjre ift Griaftoffor F
5 September 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
$ept. l&tk, c e is hereby given, HAT Perfons willing toferve this with FLOUR and S H O E S,

$ept. l&tk, c e is hereby given, HAT Perfons willing toferve this with FLOUR and S H O E S,

may deliver their Prop*fati fealed up in Writing, to Mr. Ha&g&ea ves, Monday the %d of Cftober next, early in the Morning. To be SOLD, tbe Houfe of Mr. Thomas Mar riot, being the Sign the Roebuck in Rochdale, in the County of LancaQer, Menday the Ninth ef OEiober, TWELVE SHARES,
26 September 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders* Peterflnurg, JuguJl, 15. Court has received a Cou- M s~*jL" y% r ' er *" rom ' >rmce Gallitzin, who fciirjyi ft^lftiti ' s enca nip e 'l before Choczitu, ?? T (Lva vvlt ' l t,ie following Advices. -*■ 3 V S 0a t,ic 2<l i n |bntPiince
16 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 12

LONDON, Sept. 12

LONDON, Sept. 1 2 A Letter from Dial fays, '« The Rullian Fleet, confiliing of Twenty-eight Sail in Number, aft- all fafc arrived in the Downs on their Way for Couitaniinople." And v.c lace hear, that the Ruffian Fleet are ftill in the Downs, and actually receiving Stores there,
16 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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&aturDap0 0off.

From Lloyd's Evening Pofl of Friday Night. This Day arrived tht M,iil from France. Warfantr, Atigujl 21. 38f ?? ?? y et Tl ' celve & n0 material 4 ?? News refpecUn^ the Motions of )g( W ££ Prince Gallitzu.'s Army and the *■ w * urks ' ° ur Pr°vince;, ftill con- ?? tinue a Prey t
16 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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printed by W. JACKSON in the High Strtet, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

printed by W. JACKSON in the High Strtet, Oxford : Of whom may be had, all Sorts of Blank Warrants,

Orders of Removal, Certificates, &c. &c &c ?? All Letter, tv tbe Printer are defued to be fern Poft Paid ; and our Correfpondenti ire particularly requeued to communicate nothingbut Fadta.
16 September 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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James Huthwane, now orlate.of Nottingham, Tw ap- pear Sept. 19, at the Feathers, in Nottingham. John-i-Tilley. : iarte of St_"George, Bloomfbuj-y, but now of Stourbridge, Worciefterfhire, Glafs-Seller. To s>p- ' ?? 31, at the* Talbot Inn'tg Stourbridge,
22 September 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. H.

LONDON, Sept. H.

LONDON, Sept. H . The Comet continues its former Courfe through the Heavens,, at the R ?? Decrees ififl : a d^Udr-; ter per Day. y.efter.day..Morning^be_rb.e •^Beginning- of Twilight, it wa^.e^r-vedidibb a little Soiit-h of th& Equator, and its Tail more than 42! Degrees, ftr_tch
22 September 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE.

COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE.

Salisbury, Sept. 4. ThefigningtheWiltlhire petition in this city goes on with great f|)irit, cine large (kin of parchment is already filled with names, and another is preparing. , „ , _ , Reading, Sept. a. On Monday lad John Dredge, Efqi was chofcn Mayor of this Borough this bei
7 September 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LEXTER HI,

LEXTER HI,

NOTHING will be ever more pleafing to the fenfib'le part mankind, than the viewing of thofe aflioni which add iuftre to true nobility. Sohilitat eft fola r.i jue mica minus. Had you, my Lord, trod in thole paths which are the tiue guides to honour, juftief, and truth, you would
7 September 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England