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XV;:ulows. 16 Favourite new Songs for the laft Year ' Country Dances for the Year 1770. 18 Table of the

XV;:ulows. 16 Favourite new Songs for the laft Year ' Country Dances for the Year 1770. 18 Table of the

Roads between London and Edinburgh. 19 A and new Marketing Table. 20 Interelt Tables. By a LADY. London ; Printed for Rolinfon and Roberts, No. 25, Pater-noftcr-row. To whom all Perfons who wifh to be regularly ferved with the Independent Chronicle, a new Evening Paper, in Folio
28 November 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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27 November 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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From the LONDON GAZETTE. S A T U R A. V,. November 2;. d Chamberlaiit'sOffice, Siatle-i ard, St, Ntnt. 25, j»UCH ladies as defire to dance minuets at the ball f* which is to be on Thiitfday next the 50th inll. are q Tjt reqaefted to fend their names and rank to this office * or
27 November 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
RATH, Nov. to, THE PROPRIETORS OF YORK-HOUSE prefcnt their molt dutiful Refprfls ttic NOB 11. ITR and GENTRY, and beg

RATH, Nov. to, THE PROPRIETORS OF YORK-HOUSE prefcnt their molt dutiful Refprfls ttic NOB 11. ITR and GENTRY, and beg

Leave to acquaint thetn, that their HOUSE and COFFEE-ROOM are open for their Reception; and have attended with great Cti'c to every refpeftive Accommodation, they hope to tind their Endeavours agreeable to the Public. All Sorts WINES fold Whnlrfale and Re'nlc. *{* The SI at prop
23 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the Printer of the London Evening-Poll.

To the Printer of the London Evening-Poll.

SIR, A Letter- Writer, under the Signature of A. B. in your Paper of Nov. 7, impoles on the Public, He affirms, that the Duke of Rutland has been affronted by Adminiltration, and upon that Suppolition throws out a great deal of illeberal Abufe againlt the D. of G. The Manner as
24 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A Letter from Dublin to*the Printer

A Letter from Dublin to*the Printer

" When the Eflimates were laid before our Parliament, agreeable to the Intimation in the Lord Lieutenant's Speech, the Amount of the whole Sum was only mentioned. This giving fome Apprehenfions to the Country Paity, a Motion w_s made by Sir William Mayne, to know the Particulars
24 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Prices (/Stocks.

Prices (/Stocks.

Bank Stock, i_ry 1-41.1 a IJ4 j«Bths. India, ditto, 217 a 221. South-lea, ditto,— — . Old Ann. 84 3-4ths aB3 3-4UIS a 84. Ditto New Ann. , Three per cent. Bank Ann. Red. S5 a 8; i-half a y-Bths. Three per cent. conf. 87 1 - 41 ha 85 3-4ths a 7-Bths. Ditto 1726,-- — . Ditto 17JI,
24 November 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Arrived the Mails from Holland and France, • v Peter/burgh, Ottober N account the conqueftof all & Moldavia by the troops the jgj, O Te Deum was fung here T yefterday, under a difcharge of aT the artillery the Fonrefs and VVVY the Admiralty. At night there was ball court, and th
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL, Nov. 26.

HULL, Nov. 26.

Imports. Thames, J. Howlet, from Malaga, with wine, raifins, &c. William and Thomas, J. Hord, from Gothenbro', with iron, dealt, 6cc. ' Exports. Relignation, R. Reefer, and Ann, T. jack- j for, for Rotterdam, with lead, woollendrapery, rud, rofin, red lead, earthen and ironmonge
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, November 15, 1769.

LONDON, November 15, 1769.

WHEREAS /jreat Frauds and Abufes are frequently committed by marking of Sheep with Quantities of Pitch, Tar, or Coomb, (more than neceilary to Property) and by not fufficiently rivering, or walhing o*" Sheep, before they are mom, and alfj by winding Fleeces Locks, Taildocks, She
25 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England