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The next Segotot PirlinMent Is likely to prove extremely critical. The agitation of the patidoni ; the determination of the

The next Segotot PirlinMent Is likely to prove extremely critical. The agitation of the patidoni ; the determination of the

American *furs ; the confederation of -he EA-India ',:onipany's concerns ; and the charges expeft'to be brought &gait& private perfons fur', more important matter than has, perhaps, been. known to lie before the Houle of Commons at one time. It ie thought the publication' of DP.
12 September 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
r,t],e Ma ssachu sktt's (Neva-EnglandJ.Gazette.

r,t],e Ma ssachu sktt's (Neva-EnglandJ.Gazette.

r , t ], e Ma ssachu sktt's (Neva- England J Gazette. Bofton, Jrrly 14. ?? Houfe of Representatives held this day, Mr. Hancock, Colonel Bowers, Major Haw- L' Col. Buckminfter and Mr. Otis, were jppointed a* committee to wait upon his Ex- iwcy the Governor with an anfwer to his mc
11 September 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extratt of v. letter from Keifs, Aug. 1%

Extratt of v. letter from Keifs, Aug. 1%

" Yefterday aboi-tt noon the Emperor of Germa- ny arrived here, under the name of Count of Fal- kenfteki, accompanied by the Veldt-marfhal Lalcy and General Loudon. He immediately repaired to his Majefty's apartments, who received him with the greateft marks of refpeci. Alter co
13 September 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NOTICE S,__&c. 1 ATIi, September 1769. JOHN M. E r, Grocer and Tallow-Chandler, BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends, and

NOTICE S,__&c. 1 ATIi, September 1769. JOHN M. E r, Grocer and Tallow-Chandler, BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends, and

the Public, that he has opened Shop thl PARADE, and propoles felling all ibrts Grocery Goods, &c. on the loweit Terms.—All Favours received will gratefully acknowledged by humble Ssrvan; JOHN MUMMERY.
13 September 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
be Sold by Auflion, Mr. V ;,.: h’u Crent Room in Pall Mill, Lcodou day the xhti »f September ...

be Sold by Auflion, Mr. V ;,.: h’u Crent Room in Pall Mill, Lcodou day the xhti »f September ...

Cat PC 1 ’' 1 * Freehold F.ftatt known tl»c N..-k *• the Weft Riding of the I'toil/, * Mr. Strut, and conf.fl> one hundred J * Acres rich Aiablc, Meadow, and Paftut Cllr >nt good Farßi-Houft;, and two ciitm,"S Gnis, Stable*, Out-houfes,. &c. catenfiy non dole adjoining, the onoc
12 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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M*::rhe.ler, S'*> it, IT*> Mrs. C R O M P T 0 • \ Leave tcjuim t ike Lrfdict ar.4

M*::rhe.ler, S'*> it, IT*> Mrs. C R O M P T 0 • \ Leave tcjuim t ike Lrfdict ar.4

(by u,ii . t the Stcw.trds,) there "Hi public BKeAXi-'AiTS, in the l»r;r* at Cromflou’% ('uflce-n'mit, the i l- !, and F r.rfvr the (tit luilant, bein'* if"r Ere Icfa'ft to leaved erattly "Sea 'I tie Company wili tic <#i«rtaincd with Tickett Two Shilling*. Notice i» hereby given
12 September 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
% ADVERTISEMENTS for this Paper aretaken in at the Chapter CorSee-Hotile in i m ling worth's, No. 15, in Thftad-Needle-

% ADVERTISEMENTS for this Paper aretaken in at the Chapter CorSee-Hotile in i m ling worth's, No. 15, in Thftad-Needle-

Street-, and at the New Goofe tnd Gridiron in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London, where it may be every Week.
12 September 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
• then ailjouincd to tfieCbibtnoii. ,>rfntmtß > h * ,n »'» «• JSsS , i^Hr •“ srasS* ~5 corder of

• then ailjouincd to tfieCbibtnoii. ,>rfntmtß > h * ,n »'» «• JSsS , i^Hr •“ srasS* ~5 corder of

Bedford) and many other, cametorte Sw^i had ,h,t reffes y » tl difpatchcd had hrhught in any conCderable number freemen, the two Dukes quitted the town. * ra lni ,he Duke Bedford came again to the Swan, hut reined from Bedford in about half an hour, in defpair of carrying hi, po
14 September 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
STOLE N,

STOLE N,

About the latter End of July, in the Beginning of laft. from Wood, near the Turnpike-Road between Wincheftet and Bafingftoke, Flams, NEAR 40 Oak Ship Fdanks, from two and Half to three and four Inches thick, and from 17 to 30 Feet long razed the Ends with the Lettcis W. S. and t
11 September 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
FRIGATES.

FRIGATES.

La Terpficore 40 Le St. Efprit 20 L' Aigrette 30 La Galipfo 16 La Diligent • 32 L'lfis 16 La Danae 30 La Jilfide j6 La Folle 30 La Chimere 26 La Licorne 32 La Play ade 26 La Malicieufe 30 La Sultane 26 L'Heroine 30 L'Etourdie 26 La Thetis 30 L'Engageante 26 La Fortune 28 La Trop
8 September 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England