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A FREEHOLD ESTATE near Warminfter Will in a fho-rt Time By Mr. CLARKE be Sold, by AUCTION, (By Older of

A FREEHOLD ESTATE near Warminfter Will in a fho-rt Time By Mr. CLARKE be Sold, by AUCTION, (By Older of

the CR EDITORS) At his great Sale Warekoufe, in IVakot-Street. Path, BEING the Reverfion of a Freehold Eftate, pleafantly fituated at Buglcy, near Warminfter in the County of Wilts; and of a in good Repair, two large Barns, and Out-Houles, a Yard, two Uardens, with Acres Arable
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JOHN EARL BUTE. Saturday nvill publijhrd,, Price Six-fence, Number I. (containing ,jR Pages) THE WAN lON WIDOW; being faithful MEMOIRS

JOHN EARL BUTE. Saturday nvill publijhrd,, Price Six-fence, Number I. (containing ,jR Pages) THE WAN lON WIDOW; being faithful MEMOIRS

of AMOURS and INTRIGUES JOHN I FAVART and the WIDOW CARLETON. When Charles Britannia's Sceptic bore, (Such were out Plealurts in the Days oj Yore) The Park the Nightly Scene Joy was made, And loving Couples peopled ev'ry Shade : But Jince Court the rural Tape is /ofl, What MI TV
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
-“AME R I C A. Si. John's, in Antieua, Aug. z6. Not a fingle merchant-(lore is Vft in this whole

-“AME R I C A. Si. John's, in Antieua, Aug. z6. Not a fingle merchant-(lore is Vft in this whole

place. All the granaries, with their contents, ire dellroyed j 17,000 barrels of fait provifions, 14,000 buftiels of eorn, and 1000 tierces of rice are dellroyed. The rent roll of town is 37,000!- currency per ann. iB,oool. of which Jetlroyed , which, at years purchafe, amounts
13 November 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
| | 'i' A«<3oT«r, Hints, Nev. S, tjis- MR. POORE’s Inoculating Houfes will be ready tor the Reception of another

| | 'i' A«<3oT«r, Hints, Nev. S, tjis- MR. POORE’s Inoculating Houfes will be ready tor the Reception of another

Set Patients, on Monday the *oth of this Month. ANY young Gentleman, properly educated to ferve as an Apprentice to regular Surgeon and Apothecary, in full Ifra&tce, may hear Mafter, by applying to the Printer hereof. ** Letter* Port paid will anfwered. (Milchwood Park.) To be J
13 November 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
‘Io be SOL 1).

‘Io be SOL 1).

SOL 1). At -Mrj DibfiuU, at Ovinfnjm, U'ednefday, Derunier f jfter-0' PARCEL of OAK. and SAH TREES, now ur'd Bx and mark'd, Handing at Leio’d Wood, near lioha.ii. ' Robot Stokoc, at the Wood, will thew fame. AUb be fold at the fame lime, a PARCEL of ASH, ALDER, *-. d BfRLH, At Pr
11 November 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
[N * 160?. thingmy heart wifhed for ? or how of the t, , < when the U'..s nature ;s

[N * 160?. thingmy heart wifhed for ? or how of the t, , < when the U'..s nature ;s

tv't i:. luperior then, dear Madam, t > \ uUmi opinions Consider how much belter it ; ice your daughter than either >.Vo or t::.., p’tjjf.. , *,..ough. in humble iittiation, than jernlh in elevated one* the atTcftioiute wise private Mr. M , than the /<n-.v.'p.ellitiue of Right i
11 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DATs POST. Led MAILS from France. CONSTANTINOPLE. nrincipal crimes that are imputed the late Grand Vizir. Mehemet Emm Pacha, are,

DATs POST. Led MAILS from France. CONSTANTINOPLE. nrincipal crimes that are imputed the late Grand Vizir. Mehemet Emm Pacha, are,

abufing the author, ty lodged him for difpofing of the treafu.e and troops, and having refufed to march and advance towards the enemy; having ocarcity of provif.ons in the army ; and by '* ays, and unpardonable negligence, de“ncK fuccours to Choczim, when that place feri wb*n he
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
• A" nnjr obliailiofl »o rt. t too fiivoTou. to merit ««y regan . ■ think. I otißl.t to exhibit

• A" nnjr obliailiofl »o rt. t too fiivoTou. to merit ««y regan . ■ think. I otißl.t to exhibit

it, before vrh»t he c»ll| < .1 bmilfii niton tlic lOtnitty > will moke him ealy .n • th .t point lay lit. bntilcn upon the counfv or < npo-t any nun. I l.ike.it Ml noon my own lho«l> I MVbELF IMPEACU HIM ! and the only thing • I with or deliie, is to have my impeachment hc.ml, «
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
S T A T E – L O T T E R Y

S T A T E – L O T T E R Y

S T A T E - L O T T E R Y ALL Perfons inclined to become Adventurers in the prefent very extraordinary St ate- Lottery, may now be fupplied with Tickets, or Shares Tickets* at the very fortunate Office of William and Roamr Clement, Linen-Drapers, in Wade’s-PalTage, Bath. We fell
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Inrciihcd to JOHN EARL of BUTE.

Inrciihcd to JOHN EARL of BUTE.

JOHN EARL BUTE. Saturday nvtll publijhrd. Price Six-pcnce 1. (cont.'iining Pages) THE WAN lON WIDOW; being faithful ilic Amours and Intriuurs JOHN S I EWART and the WIDOW CARLETON. am'tous Charles Britannia's Sceptic hore (Such rvere out PUaJures in the Days Yore) The Park the Si
9 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England