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the Death of beloved - Written by her husband upon hertcfi'" WHile pining anguifli, wild defp~ l ' ' ci

the Death of beloved - Written by her husband upon hertcfi'" WHile pining anguifli, wild defp~ l ' ' ci

tC' Increale my pangs, prolong ni y Depriv'd of all my foul held dear, Enchanting joy, and lore fincerc • "While round the gloomy fcene's diU ,la And Death ftill deepens ev'ry fliade, Sad, filent, dark, the pomp of wo • Shall Sorrow's eye forbear to flow . Flow ftill, tears! ye
1 November 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Glorious in mercy, in pow'r; Forgive tl»* abufe each departed hour ; Jnftnuft my foul in wifdom's gainful art, "With

Glorious in mercy, in pow'r; Forgive tl»* abufe each departed hour ; Jnftnuft my foul in wifdom's gainful art, "With

ze.il and vigour to perform May future moments due regard obtain, fent thee, nor fent thee vain; may they fmile they 'depart, and bear Reports of favour to thy gracious ear. Verfes to a very fair lady fainting. THofe flowing lines your artful fingers trace, • To Nature's colouri
1 November 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Friday November 3.

Friday November 3.

LONDON. H v ESTERDAY being the birth-day 'of his Royal Hignefs Prince Ed[ ward, who entered the third year hrs age, their Majeftics receiver*. the compliments of the Nobility on the occafion. Yefterday Pafcal Paoli, the late Corfican General, attended by his Aid de Camp, and ano
1 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ap. James Sibbon, {hip carpenter, aged ioj. He was journeyman in the yard when the Czar Peter the Great came

ap. James Sibbon, {hip carpenter, aged ioj. He was journeyman in the yard when the Czar Peter the Great came

to England to learn the art of lhip-building. 51. At London, Mrs Helen Swinton, daughter of the late Colonel Swinton, and erand-daughter to the late Lord Merfington. 71. At Hainpftead, Mr Thomas Crofby, aged oi, formerly coachmafter. He has left to hackney-coachmen upwards of 50
1 November 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Wednesday November 1.

Wednesday November 1.

°r the KENTISH GAZETTE. Sept. iS. O Friday evening the inftant, the head of the late Vizir was brought hither from Adrianople, and was ' expofed for three days near the gates of the j inner court of the Sel raglio, and nobody was allowed go near it. plague continues, and is brok
1 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HENRY JAGGER, Carpenter, In Wincheap - Street, CANTERBURY, TAKES this Opportunity of acquainting his Friends and Customers, That on Account

HENRY JAGGER, Carpenter, In Wincheap - Street, CANTERBURY, TAKES this Opportunity of acquainting his Friends and Customers, That on Account

HENRY [AGGER, Carpenter, In Win £ cheap* - Street, CANTERBURY, TAKES this Opportunity of acquainting his Friends and Cuftomers, That Account of his bad State of Health he has entered into Partner/hip with JOHN MATTHEWS (Carpenter to Sir Edward Hales, Bait.) for the better enablin
1 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Life, JOHN EAR Lof This Day is publifhed, Price Six-pence, NUMBER I. (Containing The Wanton; \Vldov, ; Bring Faithful Memoirs

Life, JOHN EAR Lof This Day is publifhed, Price Six-pence, NUMBER I. (Containing The Wanton; \Vldov, ; Bring Faithful Memoirs

the A O U R S and I N E S O JOHN STUART and the V r CARLETO When am'rpus Charles i's Sceptre (Such were our p!cafur„s in the or' yore The the nightly fcene of Joy was j Ana loving peopl'd ev'ry ftiade : But lince at C< the rural tafte loir. What mighty Sums have Velvet Couches f
1 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
S I R, Oa. 4 . pErfeftly convinced, as I am, of own inability enter the lifts, or my pen,

S I R, Oa. 4 . pErfeftly convinced, as I am, of own inability enter the lifts, or my pen,

againft the two-edged that glitters the hand of Junius, nothing but my being impelled bv that uncommon kind gratitude, which makes us not only thankful for benefits received, but inclines us to love and refpeft our benefaftor, could tempt forth fo tin equal a combat, or prevail
1 November 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINB U RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddfman and Company, and fold Ant their Printing- lioufe in ihc H

EDINB U RGH: Printed for and by Walter Ruddfman and Company, and fold Ant their Printing- lioufe in ihc H

ment-clofe, where Advertisements and Subscription are taken La,
1 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_ ARY To the Printers of the KentiTh"Gaze r rf. Sirs, EIN G a Reader of the Ga- z-tte, I

_ ARY To the Printers of the KentiTh"Gaze r rf. Sirs, EIN G a Reader of the Ga- z-tte, I

nave different times amufed compofing Laconic remarks on the writings of y->ur C'orrefpondentsf"* the following fpecimen of my is agreeable to the plan of your paper, it is much your fervice, and will probably hereafter induce to communicate others. Oel. 31, Your's, &c. AFa a ms
1 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England