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the French Court, which he ready lowered his Tone, laying, he was-willing abide by the marititne Treaties fill:iliaing the two

the French Court, which he ready lowered his Tone, laying, he was-willing abide by the marititne Treaties fill:iliaing the two

Crowns; but that it any of our Marine ()thee'' , fhould have infringed upon them, it was expeticd they would be properly called fo Account ; and that in Awfiver to the Recnonftrances carried over by his Excellency, relative to the formidable Arma. menus preparing at Breft and To
5 December 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ADBRKSS (0 f/)C PkOPLE, Upon .prefint critical Situation f Public Affairs, ?? SHOULD be glad (fays the writer of Ijill

ADBRKSS (0 f/)C PkOPLE, Upon .prefint critical Situation f Public Affairs, ?? SHOULD be glad (fays the writer of Ijill

this addre(s) that Parliaments were |j ffjW made triennial, or even annual, butl fs] ?? cannot deiire thac the honour ot Par- ?Ja*9'i li am -ent ihould be laaificed to the Ijpo of difcarded courtiers, who mean only to jjjfs goveroraent until they, or their friends, are ■en in'o
4 December 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NEWCAS

THE NEWCAS

0 4865. Printed and Said by T. SAI NT, SATURDAY,
2 December 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
r Ua FRIDAY’S POSTS. Ar.-iviJ M.iil frtm I'ftiftJert. Warsaw, /.'■>. 4. LETTERS from Podolia affirm, that advice Had becm received

r Ua FRIDAY’S POSTS. Ar.-iviJ M.iil frtm I'ftiftJert. Warsaw, /.'■>. 4. LETTERS from Podolia affirm, that advice Had becm received

there that Count Panin had detached General Witgcnfteln inveU Bender; and that according to trclhcr advices, the place was usually noV/ blocked up, and - the garrilon weakened defcrtion. Konigjberg, Nov. 6. Letters from Kaminiec, dated Oft. 23, fay, that the Turks had abandoned
2 December 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Extrattof a Letter from Berwick, Nov. 7.

Extrattof a Letter from Berwick, Nov. 7.

" On Tuefday lalt John Burn, Efq; our prefent Mayor, at the Requeft of fcveral Bur- geffes of this Town, caufed Notice to be given of his Intention :o hold a Guild oh the Thurf- day following, in order to confider of a Petition to the Throne for the Redrefs of public Griev- ance
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Simon Collop, of Stapleford Abbot, in Eflex, Dealer. To appear Dec. 1, 13, and Jan. 6, at Guildhall. Richard Cordeux, of Flect-ftrect, London, Habefdaflierof Hats. To appear Dec. 4, 8, and Jan. 6, at Guildhall. Henry Whiting, of Harwich, in ElTex, Mari- ner. To appear Nov. 27, D
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Dividends to be made to Creditors.

Dividends to be made to Creditors.

Dec. 16. John Rilbrough and Thomas Rif- borough, of Hoxton, Middlefex, Partners and Bricklayers, at Guild- hall. , 18. Johnßyland, ofSmithfield, Oilman, at Guildhall. 19. Jofeph Harrifon, of North Shields in Northumberland, Linen-Draper, and Haberdaflier, at Guildhall. Andrew Wr
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LIST of PRIZES drawn on Saturday.

LIST of PRIZES drawn on Saturday.

No. 1437, a Prize of 20,0001. No. 26,-78, a Prize of 5001. No. 58,216, 6129, 24.399, ! 1)699, P |,zes of icol. Prizes of 50 1. No. 21,574, 3193, 13,493, 21,246. LIST of PRIZES drawn on Monday. No. 51,704, a Prize of 10001. No. 38,005, 11,026, 19467, Prizes of 500 1. Prizes of 10
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY, Nov. 30

DERBY, Nov. 30

A few Days finec one Win. Flinders was commit- ted to Nottingham Goal, by W. Bilbie, Eft]; char- ged on the Oath of Mary Towlelon, a Girl of 13 Years of Age, wirh committing a Rape on her Body, and giving her the Ventral Dileafe. Saturday Night lalt, as one Thomas Hurt, a Journe
1 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
wvuKfc W5 expelled, and declared unworthy a feat in Parliament, has been, in every debate relating to his election, formally

wvuKfc W5 expelled, and declared unworthy a feat in Parliament, has been, in every debate relating to his election, formally

difo\Vned, contemned, and vilified, by thofe who efpoufed the canfe while they adopted his they were of his perfon; and the was, merely whether a county might not fend into Parliament, contrary to an exprefs refolution of the Commons of Great Britain, any perfon, however unworth
5 December 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England