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To be Sold to the befi Bidder,

To be Sold to the befi Bidder,

Saturday the 23d Day of Decemiot next, it the Reu-Linn in Preen, in the County of Salop, between the Houn of Two and Five of the Clock in the At- ternoon„ AI.L thofe Three Copy hold Melfiugeg, or Do elling-Houfe., with the Croft and Barn adjoining thereto, fituate in Prcer a:Orc
28 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SUFF O L K

SUFF O L K

SUFF L K I?, *?, THE TRUE-BLUE I !» will he held al HhRRING-FISHIHV, Tit‘pay next, 4 Twenty-eighth ant. W A T K D. A JOURNEYMAN BLACKSMITH, who is good luve con dah I li. Wait;;n’s r»c I). TWO i‘oar SPIN NETj? and .. l''ujuu.- 4..; i.i St. Clement * radii., fv.ull. Creditor»• oi
25 November 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
DERBY, Nov. 23.

DERBY, Nov. 23.

Yefterday the Remains of Lady Caroline Burdett, were interr'd in the Family Vault of the Harpurs, at Calke Church, ?? Henry Harpur, Bart, her firft Hulband.
24 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY : Printed and Sold by J. DRE W I . V ; by whom all Kinds of Letter-Prejs Priming

DERBY : Printed and Sold by J. DRE W I . V ; by whom all Kinds of Letter-Prejs Priming

is done in the neateft Manner and on the moft reafonable Terms. __ B_»ij Paper is fold alfo by McTrs. Roe, Timer, Fox, Sanders, and Rome in Derby; Mrs. Cnlr, Wirkfworth; Mr. Calow, Chefierfield; Mr. Hick, Sheffield) Mr. J. Afle, Burton-upotTfrent ; Mr. ?? £«/_.. Mrs. /.w, and at
24 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WHEREAS Informations have been lodged againft the feveral Perfons under-named, for diminifhing the Gold Coin } and alfo for making,

WHEREAS Informations have been lodged againft the feveral Perfons under-named, for diminifhing the Gold Coin } and alfo for making,

3.«4 counterfeiting, Pieces in Imitation of the Portugal current in this Kingdom : AND WHEREAS, numerous Meeting of the Gentlemen Leeds, Bradford, and Halifax, held Mr John Day's, the Sign the Sun, in- Bradford, Wednefday the this It was unanimujly Rejoined, hat all proper Means
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
fit'Atftfl.it t, M WAY 11) KEEP ftlM.— u?' C(M,na Mr. Kc*ll'crty ; .Sir Brilliant Falhimi, Mr. Mr. ton; \\,||„„ n

fit'Atftfl.it t, M WAY 11) KEEP ftlM.— u?' C(M,na Mr. Kc*ll'crty ; .Sir Brilliant Falhimi, Mr. Mr. ton; \\,||„„ n

, Mr. ll.rper._Mrs. Lovcnnrc, Mrs. She. .lie; Widow Bc ' l l" ,ur M , rs ' Bync; Lady ConUnnt. Mrs. Fnrran; Mufl.n, Mrs. Read; Migntonct, Mrs. < ' rl,n - l whici added, Mulical Entcrtaintticnt, called THOMAS A SAL LV. 'Squire, Mr. Gaudry; Thomas, Mr. Kcalbcrry.—Sally, Mrs. kcaib
23 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
My Dfar Wilkes, IAM very fony have been prevented feeing yon to-day j but I hone to have a good

My Dfar Wilkes, IAM very fony have been prevented feeing yon to-day j but I hone to have a good

account you by the return of my fervant who brings you this, Perhaps you may be better if more of your friends befides ‘myfrJf have mifs'd troubling you day as I fure quiet, and keeping down your wonderful flow (pirits mu(f you good. To mod men in your fituation a caution would
23 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
in Ihe Sign humbly myfelf to heir Comifionally t«i fiends and nowledg’d cconimtudj

in Ihe Sign humbly myfelf to heir Comifionally t«i fiends and nowledg’d cconimtudj

23 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Saturday Nov. 25.

Saturday Nov. 25.

the LONDON GAZETTE. Chamberlain" i Slable-TarJ, St. . James's, November £5, Ladies as defire dance Minuets St. James':, next the Inftant, 0*§SP S f d are fend their names and rank this ofice on or be- fore next the 'inkant, and to fend' fed their tickets , next day (Wednefday) b
25 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Sunday Nov. 26.

Sunday Nov. 26.

Ve/lerdaj arrived a Mail from Holland. Ocl. 28. have been given to raife, V 'yd with all pol&ble expedition, 50,000 V recruits, to compleat the army and fleet. V Warfavj, Nov. 4. Letters from Podolia fay, that advice was received there, that General Count Panin had detached Gene
25 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England