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Dll the Hccfe of John ,1. Hurj.w the ~.u’:u t * «« duyA. ,8/;, e/Kovti.bc. ~J ; > < **o>c*

Dll the Hccfe of John ,1. Hurj.w the ~.u’:u t * «« duyA. ,8/;, e/Kovti.bc. ~J ; > < **o>c*

/If Afternoon, fj inl tl be teen and tier; pndiced, ALL, thofc two Illumes Lomjx, (cue undivided ,i. Pi! held Lsii'ir Z,s««, foie undivided third * Freehold inheritance, the ' l>y under the kight Honou h;’. Derby, for Lives all livin-> .,V' ■‘■l w.tl„ the I’ariHi afotefaid, and
14 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

'fokn H*n!cf, of Houndfditch, but non the Minifies, Lon Jed, Mercer. —To appear Nov. and Dec. 16, at Guildhall, London. William Silver Green, of Aetetle-jireet, Aldermantvry, London, Merchant, Denier and Chapman .—To appear Nov. jj, 12, and Dec. 16, at Guildhall, London. John I’
14 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To the PUBLI C. Or. Wedr.cfd.iy Novembet the tft, -was publijhed. Tee f',(k-.v:r.g Il'crt, when the Ruhferibert are defired to

To the PUBLI C. Or. Wedr.cfd.iy Novembet the tft, -was publijhed. Tee f',(k-.v:r.g Il'crt, when the Ruhferibert are defired to

feed J or their Bo.it to the rcfpcßive Placet -where their ate entered. An entire new Work, Wrote for the Lie and ivafe of Ladies Houfc-kecpers, Cooks, ike. entitled, The EXPERIENCED ENGLISH Ho life-keeper. By F. U/ARETH KAFFAL D. V rote purely from Pratfticc, and Dedicated the
14 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Recovery from feitere Illntft. GRIM Tyrant of the Manfions of the Dead, Whom Beggars, Kings, and mighty Heroes dread For

Recovery from feitere Illntft. GRIM Tyrant of the Manfions of the Dead, Whom Beggars, Kings, and mighty Heroes dread For

once thou haft been merciful, and fpar'd As fair a Flow'r, as ever Nature rear'd : No ! 'twas kind Providence that took her part, And interpos'd to fliield her from thy Dart. Thou haft no Mercy,, Tyrant, 'twas not thee *Twas Heav'n alone, and Heavens high Decree, To let Eliza li
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
pfnrnnnPiiieMffvi fold by the Printer lh« Paper, And may had of the Men who carry the fame Mr. Norton, Surgeon,

pfnrnnnPiiieMffvi fold by the Printer lh« Paper, And may had of the Men who carry the fame Mr. Norton, Surgeon,

Golden-fquarc, London SIR, Pontefradl, Oct. i, 1769. LJAVING been afflicted with violent Scorbutic Difordcr ever fiucc I was eleven Years old, occafioned feverc Snrfeit I then got, every Spring and Fall, that ime, 1 have either had ulcerous fore Legs, or violent Fever, till I to
14 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
[ VIII. 3 RI .tng laws, written by her own hand. By the lad (hip from Bombay, letters brotsght from

[ VIII. 3 RI .tng laws, written by her own hand. By the lad (hip from Bombay, letters brotsght from

Madrels import, that Hyder Ali langred at the pmpoled terms of Peace, and rejefted them with (corn, and fpoke of the military preparations railed againit him with the utmoll contempt. A very droll Rene happened on Saturday about three o'clock in the afternoon. A man, who hod on
14 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HULL, Nov. 13.

HULL, Nov. 13.

Imports. Oporto-Packet, R.Schonfwar, from Oporto, with wine, cork, plumbs, and onions. RufFord, Robt. M'farland, and Friendfhip, R. Metcalfe, from Peterfburgh, with iron, deals, hemp, linen, fail-cloth, &c. Sarah, W. Hefley, from Rotterdam, with old iron, madder, wain fcot, gene
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
pay Price Three Shillings and Three-pence Tewed, Emßeilifh'd with Twenty-feven Cats, neatly Engraved, The North Eaft View of Hinckiflbrook Priory

pay Price Three Shillings and Three-pence Tewed, Emßeilifh'd with Twenty-feven Cats, neatly Engraved, The North Eaft View of Hinckiflbrook Priory

neaf Huntingdon, i. The Weft View Buckden Palace. 3. The North Weft View of Ramfey Abbey. 4. The North Weft View Rochefter Caftle, in the County Kent. 5. The North Eaft View of Canterbury Caftle. 6. Richborough Caftle the Romans. 7. The North Weft View of Deal Caftle. The Weft V
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
the Printer of % Imtel<li e ncer• S 1 R, By infcrling'the following Extraftof Letter which I lately received from

the Printer of % Imtel<li e ncer• S 1 R, By infcrling'the following Extraftof Letter which I lately received from

an ingenious Friend, you'll oblige feve'ral your Re?.ders. i TN anfrrcr to that part of your letter where you JL defire opinion the Family Physician,* mutt acknowledge, that I have not yet perns'd that performance fuflicifntly,to form a proper Judgment concerning it; but from wh
14 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England