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belonging to Mr. George was blown j up. From thence fpread defolation before the wind, to the weftward; all that

belonging to Mr. George was blown j up. From thence fpread defolation before the wind, to the weftward; all that

large and opulent fquare buildings, confiding, to the fouthward, of the houfe of Mr. Thomas Lynch, that Mr. Bonnin, Mr. Thomas Mackie, fen. the New-Printing:Office, all the ftores along the parade, formerly diftinguifhed by the name of White-hall tavern, quite the corner of High
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OL p, ' (T°C[Et or in Parcels,). Situate in ibf ll Pluces hereafter mentioned, In ,W < K D, N

OL p, ' (T°C[Et or in Parcels,). Situate in ibf ll Pluces hereafter mentioned, In ,W < K D, N

Houfe, Outhoufmg, and Garden, fituate in Kirkgate, late in the PolTeffion of Col. Prefcott. ' And another Houle there, with a Malt-Kiln and other u thou fin g, in the Poflefiionof Mr. John Sunderland. Iv St ak ley, in theParifh of WaKe r itLnafvrtfitid, Several Clofes of Ground,
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
~®T ▼ Trace Being thro' the Traft of E'er that Moment, wlien Word Gave all Things birth, I was. And

~®T ▼ Trace Being thro' the Traft of E'er that Moment, wlien Word Gave all Things birth, I was. And

but for The Wilds of Chaos had remain'd unformed. By my extended Arm the Orbs Were hung in Order thro*, the Vault Heaven. the Comet# range thro' Fields Space* And my Hand was hung the Globe Day. Yet not Worlds unknown am confin'd, rote large this vaft tfrrefttial Ball; And Thing
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Grave/end, Nov. zz. by the and Fa'ritiy, Williams,, from Bilboa. Nov. 23. Palled by the Diligence, Hugh, trom Havre. WW Wind W. S. W. Came down and remain, Aron, for Montferrat; Nazareth, forCales- Charming St. for • Herbert, for Cork i Luffing, for Dublin Rifng Liberty, for Bof
25 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
6E0RGE Grocer and V\i, LO*v-Ci j '-> HAVING taken the Shop late Mr. * near ''- 1 Begs the Continuance

6E0RGE Grocer and V\i, LO*v-Ci j '-> HAVING taken the Shop late Mr. * near ''- 1 Begs the Continuance

ids others, who may depedd being the belt of Goods the . .u.d FavOuis gratefully acknowledged, By their moft obedient Servant, GEORGE GAERF.FT. W" HERE AS RcbtriSirw, Waggoner. from his Matter's Service on law the [infant, the Afternoon. !,cUf Twenty-feven Years of Age, a dark p
25 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WANTED IM E DIA TEL V, A Journeyman Glazier and Painter. V/hoever this may fu.it, may hear of conftant Em*

WANTED IM E DIA TEL V, A Journeyman Glazier and Painter. V/hoever this may fu.it, may hear of conftant Em*

ploy by applying to the Primers of this Paper. N. B. Likewife an Apprentice wanted the above, Bufineis. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A Young Man that is thoroughly Maftef of the Baking in all its Branches fuch a Perlbn that can be well recommended for his Honehy, and Sobriety, may hear o
28 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
C E A S V, Into the Land of Thomas TWO S LEERS; one a Two-yearling, the other Yearling.—Whoever has

C E A S V, Into the Land of Thomas TWO S LEERS; one a Two-yearling, the other Yearling.—Whoever has

the fame, pitying Charges may have them ?.gr.:n. .|, , - . CA E AST V, To Mr. John Farley, the Fountain C If E B r, TWO SHEEP and Two LAMBS. Any Perfon whole Property they are, by deJcribing Marks and Blithes, and paying' Charges, have them again, applying as above. STRAYED A V,
8 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Thurfdayj Nov. 16. LONDON. Extrac~f of letter from Paris, Nov. meeting of your parliament be•>?' put off till Januaiy, has

Thurfdayj Nov. 16. LONDON. Extrac~f of letter from Paris, Nov. meeting of your parliament be•>?' put off till Januaiy, has

occa- V iioned our ambaii'ador your court IkXX5* deferring his return to England lor $bme time; he will not, however, fail being •London before the meeting of that its wet expert, their deliberations will be very and important, and wiil a great determine the pacification or warl
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICES, &c. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, Journeyman PLUMBER and GLAZIER— 1 Any that his may hare Employ applying to Mr. William iibrook,

NOTICES, &c. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, Journeyman PLUMBER and GLAZIER— 1 Any that his may hare Employ applying to Mr. William iibrook,

at Tenterden, Ivent. W A T E 0, AN APPRENTICE for a SURGEON and APOTHECARY, genteel Situation ami good Practice. For Particulars, enquire of the Printers of this Paper. This is to give NOTICE, THAT the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Metrnpolitical Church 'fChrijl, Canterbury,
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY, Nov. 15, The Freeholders of the of KKMT defired to meet at the Town oj WAIDiIONt, on Mo N

CANTERBURY, Nov. 15, The Freeholders of the of KKMT defired to meet at the Town oj WAIDiIONt, on Mo N

DAY 27.'Z> /An lnfa.it t Eieveji in the Forenoon, to ccifder / Steps tacejjary to be taken on the auxrn..ng Crtjis. To the Free h rs of the County A' E N T. fhe ConfHhition of this Kingdom, every capable elected lerve iiuFarii.-imcnt, unlels he is diiahled the ye known Law of th
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England