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&strait of a letter to Joust Ettts, Efq; of Gray's-Inn, from Dr. SOLANDER, of the Britifh Mufeum, now on his

&strait of a letter to Joust Ettts, Efq; of Gray's-Inn, from Dr. SOLANDER, of the Britifh Mufeum, now on his

voyage round the world, in company with Jofeph Banks, Efq; and the Astronomers fent to obferve the Tranfit of Venus, by the Royal Society, at the new-dircoverod'Ulands in the South Rio tie 7arotiro, fro* on Loard the Eno/rowan-, Du. 1, 1768. Seas. My Dear Sir, 4. N my lall from
28 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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• 411 If the K. 'phis I)av r Neu E.nrion I -I Lra y as Apr/3;114i mut urn land. With (tilt Di during th ,3ule •coiq, tualjoking with C To which are inz, to for other B e Caref That the estr3c*dina— Years :or ibis Excellent Bock relieve to Othes might the imp.rce Public in its St
28 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Thursday, Dec. 30.

Thursday, Dec. 30.

T. O N O N. w certainty, that neither England or X France is difpofed tor war; 1 Probability, the Ruffans and Turks will be the only beUigerant powers in Europe for fome time, j We have authority to affure our readers, that the parliament will not be dilfolved. His Majefty was y
28 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Cor x-ExCHangt, M -Lan«, Nov. 27, 1769. Hoi fc Ditto, -*»*' Barley, to 19s Tares, - - - i'i Brown Malt, - to 24s Boiling New Pale Ditto, 00s 25s Hog Ditto, - *3 s Oats, to Fine hour. PC ,*?' Tick Beans, - 24s Second Ditto, - ' »C> Third Ditto, - -
28 November 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Benefit Tickets in the State Lottery, 1769. Monday* Nov. 20. Numb. .50393* io,oool. 12250,59518. 20001. each; 15993,30307,3x013, 39437. iool. each

Benefit Tickets in the State Lottery, 1769. Monday* Nov. 20. Numb. .50393* io,oool. 12250,59518. 20001. each; 15993,30307,3x013, 39437. iool. each

19159, 21851, 45685, 48540, 54197, 501. each and 450 prizes of 201. each. - No. 45631,5001.9029,23108, iool. each; 11765, 14189, 30396, 38215, 40506, each ; and 498 prizes of 201. each. Wednefday. No. 14949* xoool, 23775. 46070, iool. each ; 8331,10410,16170,28191, 3X531, 503**»
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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To be S O,L D, At Mr. Thomas Wichtman'i, at- tbe Sign of the George and Dragon, in Leeds, t£e

To be S O,L D, At Mr. Thomas Wichtman'i, at- tbe Sign of the George and Dragon, in Leeds, t£e

$tb Day of December next, between the Hcvrs of Tito and Five ditions Sale, as fball be there produced) if not fold by Private Contrail in the mean Time, A FREEHOLEk FARM or TEN EM NT, in Bramley, Bear T ..J. Leeds confifttng three Mefiuagea or Dweliing- Houfej, with Barn, leadho
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS for this Paper are taken in at the ChAPTEft. in Pater-noftcjr-Row Mr. Ollingworth's, No. 15, Thread-Needle" Street and at

ADVERTISEMENTS for this Paper are taken in at the ChAPTEft. in Pater-noftcjr-Row Mr. Ollingworth's, No. 15, Thread-Needle" Street and at

the New Goofe and Gridiron io ?t. Paul's Chuic Yard, London, where it may be feen every Week.
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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28 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday and Saturday's POSTS.

Klfincur, Nov. 4. H E following is lift the Ruf- Q O fquadron under Admiral Elph.O T w ingfton, now in the found : Le '/K Petrouina, the flag Ihip, of 66 guns. Le Gapt. Befchcntzoff, ditto. Another of the fame force, Capt. lgnrciefs, Le Swceteftaff, Borch, guns. Le Nadefchie fri
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Epigram for the Politicians. .. GO to war! cries grave Politician} to That will Toon end your Wilkes, and this

Epigram for the Politicians. .. GO to war! cries grave Politician} to That will Toon end your Wilkes, and this

fa&'on jar. Go to war, my good friend! pray for whom or for what Would you pull down houfe to demolifh rat Epigram for the Ladies* On a Lady's leaving ber Netting *wilb the Author, WHEN once her prey the huntrefs gets, She leaves the captive hart, and lakes the nets: The huntref
28 November 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England