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DERBY: Printed and Sold by J. D R E W R V ; by whom all Kinds of Letter-Prefs Printing

DERBY: Printed and Sold by J. D R E W R V ; by whom all Kinds of Letter-Prefs Printing

is done in the neatelt Manner and on the molt reafonablo Terms. ThU Paner is fold alfo by Meffrs. Roe, Timer, Fox, Sanders, and Rooms in Derby; Mrs. Cole, Wirlfworth; Mr. Calow, Chefierf eld ; Mr. Hick, Sheffield; Mr. f. Aftle, Burton-upon-Trent ; Mr. P S_ ii andatMr.7.^^/»6Shop
10 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Extract ofa Letter from Croydon, Oct. 29. • * This being the happy Morn on which our truly amiable modern Patriot, John Wilkes, Efq; drew his firlt Breath, the ferene Dawn was ulhered in by ringing the Parifh Church Bells. At Noon the Church Wardens, accompanied by Forty-five of
10 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To be Sold to the Siddcr, At the of M»*. Miry Mather, known tit Sign of tie New Knit’* Arm*,

To be Sold to the Siddcr, At the of M»*. Miry Mather, known tit Sign of tie New Knit’* Arm*,

in Leigh, in the County if Lancaflcr, on Wed«e<<lay t'e twenty-freond Day of November 1769, at three o'clock in the Aft trot' , fubjed to fuch Conditions Jhall he then and there produced, cither in the following Lots, or fuch liners Jhall agreed ut the Time oj hale. Lot ift, ALL
14 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Anecdote of the Inhabitants of Neuf Chatel. TH E people of Neuf Chatel were lately extremely irritated with one of

Anecdote of the Inhabitants of Neuf Chatel. TH E people of Neuf Chatel were lately extremely irritated with one of

their Clergymen, who, though in other refpetts an orthodox and devout Chnftian, yet could not reconcile to his belief the eternity or hell torments: He would allow them to laft ioo»coo years with all his heart, but that would not fatisfv his flock, they profecuted, perfecuted, a
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
V A N T E'D, A SURVEYOR to fuperintend the PAVING of the TOWN HALIFAX. Pcrfon, duly qualified, nay fend

V A N T E'D, A SURVEYOR to fuperintend the PAVING of the TOWN HALIFAX. Pcrfon, duly qualified, nay fend

hisPftpofals to -< Mr. Gill, at Mr. Say x's Office in Halifax. . One Side of the Face tod one Ear liver-coloured. Whoever ftall returnthe faid Pointer, or give Information where it is to be nfet-with, to Mr. of.Gil-" or Mr.RatdiffOfPudfey,&all:rccfciyeFitr' Shillings Reward, ari
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
s A K Of t f, K To rontiflui topper than ' T' 1 R "•>» f,E1.1.1 lower Of '*

s A K Of t f, K To rontiflui topper than ' T' 1 R "•>» f,E1.1.1 lower Of '*

a Shop ,u A Genteel K* of and Lutrfti-itig Ground 1 Royal, and Single Ttllucs, flowed bies, and Ducapes; > ~tln* .T f' , Black S.lk,, 1 «riju tin,, Sarfrncts, and Mod.s f,„ Cloak,• „i •", n , Bli S tins, Modes, Sarfenets. and PciTians: ATI" i tins, Modes, Sarfenets, and Pcrfians
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
This Day is Publijhed, .Price Three-Shillings, bound. Great Events from Little Causes A Selection of Interfiling and Entertaining Stories, drawn

This Day is Publijhed, .Price Three-Shillings, bound. Great Events from Little Causes A Selection of Interfiling and Entertaining Stories, drawn

from the Hil'torics of different Nations, w herein Circumftauces, feemingly inconfiderable, are difcovered to be apparently productive of very extraordinary Incidents, Tranflated from the French of Monf. A. Richer, whom it was dehcatcd, Permiflion, her moft Serene Highnefs the l
11 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
meetounart mbark>ll Mo-1 rind pie ill their 1 of tte on-

meetounart mbark>ll Mo-1 rind pie ill their 1 of tte on-

11 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To b? SOL O*

To b? SOL O*

SOL O* A Large Quantity of very fine White-Thorn Layers, of two ears Growth, at Six-pence per Hundred.— Gentlemen may have any Quantity applying to JAM E S STAGG, Gardener, at Caister, iic-ur Great Yarmouth. N. B. Any Gentlemen who are diqiofed to favour with their Orders, are dc
11 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To ho SOI, D.

To ho SOI, D.

To SOI, D. A Messuage unterunt: 1, r.l(o Barn Stable, and upwards of Sixteen Acres of very pood and I’a lure Land, fituale K.n in Suffolk, and in the Occupation John Crifp.— Ihe Meliuapc a d Buildings, and upwards oi eight 4cr(S the land, are freehold, the rcit the Land is Copyho
11 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England