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I'ublick Office, Bow-Strect.

I'ublick Office, Bow-Strect.

IJ~JHEREAS JOHN SMITH, DAVID COLLINCGS, JOHN CHAPMAN, WILLIAt.i RAN, MICHAEL MOIRE, RORER CAMPBELL, PATRICK PICKLE, ANDREW MAHONEY, MARTIN PALMER, JOSEPH COLE• MAN, I'H!LIP GOSSErf, BANTUM, JOHN FLANAGAN, and 'A ILLIAM DUFF, (the Ikariptions of hue Pcrtons tol!ow this Adv.rtifem
14 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Where may he had.

Where may he had.

The Ftraeui Patent OINTMENT for the ITCH, which dTrAatllr bwl. to thch v«0»» •'**« Mt>P*'r c«»*rt«Mi| u<tU>Uu»c<l lu one the air* null ben irmcdke fi» dinereorr ever found out, end nceri to Ml. WC^k62™ * *■«''. «d the &ln eil'iinehr Imucnh and (uft ian lot iu jnttTM be applied l
18 November 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To be SOLD by Avct 1 ok.

To be SOLD by Avct 1 ok.

To be SOLD by Avct 1 o k. the FLEECE in BUNGAY in the County of Suffolk, id the Tenth Day November, 1769, at Three the Clock in die Afternoon the fame Day. A Freehold Messuage, with Shop, and alfo Yard, Garden, and convenient Outhoufes thereto belonging, near the Market-Place in
4 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
-- //._• Editor r/ Lloyd's Evening Post.

-- //._• Editor r/ Lloyd's Evening Post.

-- ?? Editor r/ Lloyd's Evening Post. S i 'v ?? fallowing remarkable ?? are Ih'_P?4 : lkrn fi ' om the ip i:ech of* f^gf't Hon. Gentleman, on fhe motion (publifned AT«g5 0 n Saturday evening) for expelling Mr. $?&'■£ Wilkes, Feb. 3, 1769 After fhew- ,[hat the txpulfion was neithe
4 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTIS E M E N T S. ON the Night betwixt the ad and 3d inftant, fome 'perfons broke into

ADVERTIS E M E N T S. ON the Night betwixt the ad and 3d inftant, fome 'perfons broke into

the houfe of Charles Ho. bertfon, Broker, at the hfad oi Dr. Young's lbeet, C._- nonoate, and carried off the following articles, viz. One red itaraped gown, a black nianco petticoat, a lawn a- pror. and handkerchief, a checked filk pown, a blue man- co petticoat, two tartan pla
4 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Mail fan Holland.

A Mail fan Holland.

From the London Pare rt, Nov. 17. Conffantinople, CcJober 3. HE i 7zh u f an exprefs arrived from ?? the Grand Vizir, -.vith advice, that :::tir-"> ! the army of me Grand Siguier had I i '■-■-; gained a frefh advantage over the '§&&* Ruffians in Poland, having difpt-rlcd • y of
22 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Mail from Flanders.

A Mail from Flanders.

frcrrt tbe London-Papers, Nov. 19. Algier, Se;-t. 36. We are taking here feme pre- cautions with relps6t ird the CGiiiequences that may arife from the declaration of war made by the Diy againfl the Dunes. Kotjs iiiernbeis of the Regency arc afraid that the King of Denmark may av
22 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
* fteral Laurence ipfiuei the plains T.i--‘ thiuople, the held being alternately 101 l and won many times. This engagement

* fteral Laurence ipfiuei the plains T.i--‘ thiuople, the held being alternately 101 l and won many times. This engagement

began eleven o’clock in the forenoon, and till five in the evening. Holder then rcucated, 4 leaving the field eovsied with dead bodies, among which were 760 horfc, three elephants 1 and nine camels. Our guns are almoft all dif‘ nblcd, and two even carried off the enemy befides w
18 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
l-AVEKIiAM, M-.v, 12, WHEREAS the Market h^rere-e!tab!Hh’d lias met with gieat Encouragement from Dealers Corn, theMeiclumts, Mallters, Millers and others,

l-AVEKIiAM, M-.v, 12, WHEREAS the Market h^rere-e!tab!Hh’d lias met with gieat Encouragement from Dealers Corn, theMeiclumts, Mallters, Millers and others,

intend meeting the Maiitet-Placc y:, ufual, Two o'clock; where it is hoped the Farmers will likewife attend. The in general return their fmc-.re Thank: thofe who have favoured them with their Company,* hope for Continuance of their future Favours. N. If. good Ordinary will provi
18 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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♦ S’* •>********♦*•> E London, ‘J burfday, Nov. q. I. Council aimmoncd to meet yefteT at St. James’s is pollponcd to Friday. We are well informed, tiiat patent 1; preparing to create -Sir Jeffery Amherft a Peer. 3. hear that the trial between Mr. Wilkes and Lord illifax Is pollpo
11 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England