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By the King's Rep! Patent. Granted to THOMAS JACKSON, his Hein, &c. at their Great Wholeak Warchoufe, Fleet-Market, London, inept

By the King's Rep! Patent. Granted to THOMAS JACKSON, his Hein, &c. at their Great Wholeak Warchoufe, Fleet-Market, London, inept

Coo'tory Dta away Applied with ord rod to foil again. I. TACKSON's TINCTURE for the Rhoutnatifna, Gravel, Stone, Cholir, et Griping of the Bowels, or any fuch.like windy Mice. tiers it not only fives pre(ent Fare, but if con Uwe/ raking, one Bottle or two will entirely remove we
21 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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Every MAN h i s own GARDENER; Being a New, and much more complete GARDENER', KALENDAR, than any hitherto publifh'd. By THOMAS M AWE, (Gardener to Ma Grace the Duke of LEEDS) and other
21 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GArdeners.

GArdeners.

In this Tditien putic.ilae Regard has been had to the Sot t. and StrvwTtom and to the Whole is added, complete and ufaul Lifts of FON NIT a IS, ANNUAL, HOT-HOTIST, BitNNIAL, GatlN-Houst, and and FRUIT Tftits, PrItINIAL KITCNIN-GARDIN EVIIRGRRINS. FLowzits. PLANTS. With the Varie
21 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LEEDS, November 21.

LEEDS, November 21.

ESTER DAY fe'nnight, ope Broad- J bent, itrongly fufpe&ed ha7e been v v concerned in the murder Mr. fupervifor 6f excife, at Halifax, was and on being examined by tlie coroner's inquett, was ordered to remain in cujtody 'till the aoth, the day the inquett was adjourn'd to ; but
21 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foundling - Hofpital, At Ackv/orth, Oft. 19th, 176<f-, This is to acquaint the PUBLIC. TH Apprentice Fees will given with

Foundling - Hofpital, At Ackv/orth, Oft. 19th, 176<f-, This is to acquaint the PUBLIC. TH Apprentice Fees will given with

the GIRLS of this Hofpital, in Proportion to their Age, Strength, and other Abilities ; and that Juch Perfon or Perfons, who are defirotts of taking them, may apply at this Hofpital, on the jirjl Monday in every Month ; and at other Time. N. B. No Perfons need apply, who are not
21 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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NOTICES, cj-HE :"xt Monthly Meeting of his Mcjejiy's Juftice: J- the Peace, aeling in and for the Upper Divifion of

NOTICES, cj-HE :"xt Monthly Meeting of his Mcjejiy's Juftice: J- the Peace, aeling in and for the Upper Divifion of

the Lath of Scray, the County cf Kent, it adjourned to Thurfday the Fourth Day ot -January next then to be balden at. the Sign of the . Dover Caftle, at Gree/freet, in the Parijb of Linfiead, i* the feid County : Where all Perfons, ivko may have Occafcn to be there, are required
21 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
\yitJIEAS Ellen Foelc, the Cotusty ' Palatine of Ltsaeafter, Widow, fometime ago afigned all her Chattels and to Clowdflty, of

\yitJIEAS Ellen Foelc, the Cotusty ' Palatine of Ltsaeafter, Widow, fometime ago afigned all her Chattels and to Clowdflty, of

aforesaid, Shopkeeper, and Cba&ai Morris , of Anleiark, the (aid County, Tcoman, for the Benefit Of all her Creditor* a* fliotrid accept of the Dividend arifing therefrom, in full Difcharge of thek Debt*, (if the fame not catend to pay the whole.) Notice is hereby given, for the
21 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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went, has greatly affeCted a certain noblemar t and is one other caufes that has made his return to the South of France. The Earl of Chatham, the Earl of Nor thington, and the Lord Chancellor, arc all three clearly of opinion, that the late decifion of the H.-- of C in declaring
21 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ExtrdB 6f Letter Nezvcejile, AW. 13. " At very numerous and meeting of the independent Burgefies and Freeholders of this

ExtrdB 6f Letter Nezvcejile, AW. 13. " At very numerous and meeting of the independent Burgefies and Freeholders of this

town and county, held the Forth Houfe, on Monday Lift, Sir Francis Blake Delaval, Knight of the Bath, in confequence of of the General Meeting, relumed the chaff, and opened the intention of the prefent, in fhort but fpirited fpeech; after which, Sir Walter Blackett and Mr. Ridl
21 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The speecb of a Serjeant at Law, on the side of a noble Lord, defendant in late popular caufe, where

The speecb of a Serjeant at Law, on the side of a noble Lord, defendant in late popular caufe, where

the Jury brought in a verdici for ddtncges. Mr. Serjeant W——er. "TV/T AY your -Lordfhip,, and you gentlemen of the Jury, am council for the defendant, againii whom Mr. W- , has brought this action, order to recover damages for the injury he has fuftained during an imprifonment f
21 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England