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Extra:! of Letter from London, . Our Market is quicker than time New Hops in Pockets, 71. Cos. to 91.

Extra:! of Letter from London, . Our Market is quicker than time New Hops in Pockets, 71. Cos. to 91.

06s. in - - 61. 00s. to 81 1768, Hops in Bags, - 51. 00s. 51. ics. Pockets, 61. 00s. to 71. 00s. 1766, - - - - - 41. <;s. to 51. Oi;J. Bags, - - A, 51. 05s. in Pockets, - 41. 15s. to 51. 05s.
15 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the U I C. Ok November the ijl, ~a\is pubh The following Work, when the Stthfctihtn arc dc fend for

the U I C. Ok November the ijl, ~a\is pubh The following Work, when the Stthfctihtn arc dc fend for

their Bosks to the refpedive PI jus vhe Names arc catered, An entire new Work, Wrote for the Lfc and of Ladies, Hcufc cr«, Cooks, Sec. entitled, The EXPERIENCED ENGLISH Houfe-keej By ELIZABETH RAFFAL Wrote purely from Trat'lice, and Dedicated to the Hon. Lady Elizabeth W.i Whom
21 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
j-SS «“ts£. «■■«”■“■• . uARDING, Hat-Mak*r, in THOMAS feu, >ll Sort* of Udkt- and "he »nd Silver Trimming..-. lll£ ,*

j-SS «“ts£. «■■«”■“■• . uARDING, Hat-Mak*r, in THOMAS feu, >ll Sort* of Udkt- and "he »nd Silver Trimming..-. lll£ ,*

Livery H»“ “"oi'n' two Bed-Chambrn to St-'“£ Has D,n “' S if required may liave two Bed>’ Vfi'ft rl r> a Kitchen. S.rvan.s- Hall, the. f “»?“; fui nifticd. by the Year. Saturday laft, between Milfomf • R“* MOROCCO-Leathcr ScKEr- .°tin« it Mr. Woodhoufe, the White- R COT D HORSE-
16 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WILLIAM MACKCLARY, {Late of the Kinc’s-Arms, Sfeemhamlano,) RETURNS his moil grateful Thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and all his Friends,

WILLIAM MACKCLARY, {Late of the Kinc’s-Arms, Sfeemhamlano,) RETURNS his moil grateful Thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and all his Friends,

who honoured him with their Favours for fo many Years the above Inn; and begs Leave to inform them, that he is removed to The Parade Coffee-Hmife, in Bath ; Where he determined to have the bed of every Article, and exert his utmoft Abilities to pleafe. Wine, Brandy, Rum, and Arr
16 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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20 November 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
frcitn, »hfe Right Hotf. P*g«, «4rl yxoruit,^ Paget Beaudefett, and of Burton,- Hi* wat bora M 17 iq, and fucceeded

frcitn, »hfe Right Hotf. P*g«, «4rl yxoruit,^ Paget Beaudefett, and of Burton,- Hi* wat bora M 17 iq, and fucceeded

the late Earl Henry, hi* Orandfathtr, Auguft 174.3, and wa» unmarried. ,_ . _ By the death above nob'.emts, tie title of Baron rage', and an eftate upwards of 80001. a year dkfcend to Henry Bayly, Efq; elded Ton of Sir Nicholas Bayly, Bart. , , . 'l'hurfday morning died, after a
20 November 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
THE NEWCAS

THE NEWCAS

N° 4861. Printed and Sold SAINT, in SATURDAY,
18 November 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IE COURANT.

IE COURANT.

im-ftreet, Newcaftle upon Tyne. EMB E 1769. 0 v. 11. continent, confirm the rehaving happened Con- to the Seraglio, deirft advifed and promoted neuter, but how pain; and on which fide indices muft be dreadful. Brand Signior, in cafe of lis rebellious fubjeAs, had mingnilh the wh
18 November 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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