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To be Sold the belt bidder,

To be Sold the belt bidder,

On Thurfday the 4th Day of January. 1770, at the Eagles, in Wrotha:n, fubjett to the Conditions to be then and there predated, Lott OUR Hundred and TWenty - Nine Oak Trees, marked and numbered, on a From in Marchwiel, in the County of Denbigh, in the 'Holding of John Dunbarand.
21 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Philadelphia, Sept. 28. We hear from Shamokin, that Seneca George, a noted Indian Chief, and a faithi.il friend to the Engliih, On his return from the late conference," fell out of a canoe, near the Falls of Wyoming, and was drowned. On Saturday laft arrived here from Hull, the
15 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' jwt/t'ttlar jf..count of the Damage done to the Shfp-.'[:,;", Af- l>y the form in Virginia, in a Letter from..Qenthman at Williamjburgb, to his Correfpon-._WT /« Glaf-'o-w.

' jwt/t'ttlar jf..count of the Damage done to the Shfp-.'[:,;", Af- l>y the form in Virginia, in a Letter from..Qenthman at Williamjburgb, to his Correfpon-._WT /« Glaf-'o-w.

' jwt/t'ttlar jf ..count of the Damage done to the Shfp- ?? Af- l>y the form in Virginia, in a Letter from .Qenthman at Willi amjburgb, to his Correfpon- _WT /« Glaf-'o-w. Willi atnfntrgh, Sept. 14, 1769. Friday morning about one o'clock, ;mS&!) came on at north-call a mod dreadf
18 November 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
srtri* was tried Court-Mania!, upon Siht* charges exhibited againtl him illite- Scotchman. A majority ot the members who tried him,

srtri* was tried Court-Mania!, upon Siht* charges exhibited againtl him illite- Scotchman. A majority ot the members who tried him,

were oi'the lame nation, and the proletutor’s unde was one tire number ! iiz ca- charges the Court acquitted Mr. T. and ot two they tound him guilty, tor which they lentencd him to be reprimanded, m the manrer his Maiettv thould think proper. His Majeftp not ]v remitted the fent
18 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

To SOLD, the Dwelling-Houfe of Mis. SARAH EWELL, deeealed, TRIM LEY in Suffolk. PART of the Stock in Trade; cbnfiUyig 14 Milch Cows, Heifers, year-old 6 and 7 Score Sheep and Lambs, 7 fat Hop and Colt running the Varda Waggons, Tumbrels, Ploughs, Harrows, &c. and part the rlouljs
18 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To MY. John Norton, Surgeon, Golden-fquare.S R, Pontefraa, Oft. I, 1769. 'IJAVING been afHifted with a violent fcorbutic ever was

To MY. John Norton, Surgeon, Golden-fquare.S R, Pontefraa, Oft. I, 1769. 'IJAVING been afHifted with a violent fcorbutic ever was

eieven years old, raiioncd by fevcre Surfeit rhen got, every Spring and Jail, fince that time, have either had ulcerous fore legs or violent fever, till took your drops, which have entirely tared me. It is a twelvemonth fince left oft"taking them, and have had return of mydiford
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The to much famed HYPO-DROPS, For Hvpocondriack Melancholy in Men, and the Hyiieric Dileafes or Vapour Women. Price 3 s.

The to much famed HYPO-DROPS, For Hvpocondriack Melancholy in Men, and the Hyiieric Dileafes or Vapour Women. Price 3 s.

6-d. a Bottle. WHICH in a fhort time demonftrate to everv. one who takes them, that they cure perplexing >ofitionr, even when nothing but horror reigns; when the mind confufed with terrible perturbatlons, anxiedes and defpondency, even to defpair. One of the moft experienced the
21 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Extratl of Leiier from Retford in Nottingbamfo'S'' dated AW. n. " Our Demand in the Ho-> Trade, and our Market

Extratl of Leiier from Retford in Nottingbamfo'S'' dated AW. n. " Our Demand in the Ho-> Trade, and our Market

is higher: P. ices New fi' ' 7I. 10s. to 9!. Old from 7I. 15s. n."
18 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Corn-Excha e, Maxk-Lans, London, Nov. 13, 17O9. Kent & Ditto, - iS* '° 35& Rye,---- 2 to Barley, - - - - 13* to 18s Tares, - - - 28s to Brown Malt, - to Boiling Pale Ditto, - 22s to Hug Ditto, - Old 20s to Fine Flo , Oats, - to 17s Second Ditto", - - - Beans, - - - to 00s
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTIC E S, &c. CANTERBURY, November iG, 1769. AT a General .Meeting the Mailer Weavers and Agents in the Silk

NOTIC E S, &c. CANTERBURY, November iG, 1769. AT a General .Meeting the Mailer Weavers and Agents in the Silk

Manufactory of this City held this Day, the following was agreed to by the above-faid, Confequencc of repeated Complaints of the Winc'ders bringing home their Siik lhort of Weight, and from many Inltances Embezzlement by Perfons unknown, That henceforth any Perlhn that will give
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England