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Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

From the Evening Polls and Daily Papers, Dec. 1. lydbinia. Odder jo. Ruftian Army is now quiet, making Difpofitiomfor retiring into Winter Quarters. The Head Quarters will be fixed at Nlkolajcwo : Prince Quarters will he Bofalia ; the Troop* will form Line along the Niefter, fo
5 December 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The King's Speech to both houses of Parliament on Tuesday, Jan. 9. 1770.

The King's Speech to both houses of Parliament on Tuesday, Jan. 9. 1770.

My Lords, and Gentlemen, is with much concern that I find Rj obliged to open this par- R liament with acquainting vou, that the diftemper among the homed cattle lately broke out this kingdom, not- every precaution that could for preventing the from .° parts. Upon the notice actu
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Cecil s Chabot 279 Cholmondeley ! 179 Chump Clarkfon Clayton Cleland 44 6 Clement 110 Cole a 79 Colquhoun 447

Cecil s Chabot 279 Cholmondeley ! 179 Chump Clarkfon Clayton Cleland 44 6 Clement 110 Cole a 79 Colquhoun 447

Couppce 391 Coxel s° 3 Craven, L. Crawford Cromarty, C. Crofby 615 I a 335 Dalgleifli Delamain 559 Denbigh, C. Denune 671 Dingley 615 Dorfet, D. 54 Douglas n0.334» pi- 559 Dreghorn 54 Drummond 54. 179- 44<5 Du.i Dunbar 54, Dundas aa3 Dunlop Duval 446 Edwards 334 Eglinton, E. 559
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADdrefs to health Advice to lady AtTidivit, poem on 546 Alliance, nature, humour, &c. Amcrica, genius 377 Ant and gralliopper

ADdrefs to health Advice to lady AtTidivit, poem on 546 Alliance, nature, humour, &c. Amcrica, genius 377 Ant and gralliopper

100 Ballad founded on 54s Bill rights petition 107 Birth-day, reflections for 595 • of lady, poem on Clarke, on the death of 158 Converlion of a linner jCorfican, in the character of 488 Dclicate complaint - Acknowledgement of it ib. Denmark, lines under a portrait of the King o
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Let the nations round in arms Stun the world with war's alarms* But let Britain ftill be found Safe within

Let the nations round in arms Stun the world with war's alarms* But let Britain ftill be found Safe within

her watry bound. Tyrant chiefs may realms deftroy » Nobler our monarch's joy, Of all that's truly great poilcfs And, by blefling, truly bleft. Tho' comets rife, and wonder mark way, Above the bonds of Nature's fober s » It is the all-cheering lamp day, . The permanent, the unner
1 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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mj>'B Jail..'* 1 C A.

mj> 'B Jail. ?? 1 C A. ' , .a i . >, ?? I ■ *l : ' '«, 0 '■ :■ fioi i Pei . -- ! . : . i ii • . •. ?? ci ul Sp inilli I rriv d at Nc* Ot- ?? ?? \ ' . ?? ?? a) -, 00, be-in ca ' N'tgriH . »r.il MuUttM v^ ..lit; t hire arc likewife great Number*. Tbe >pnni_iCom- i ' ' - •' „!c-r in
2 December 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, TUESDAY, Dec. 5.

LONDON, TUESDAY, Dec. 5.

WHITEHALL, Dec. 5. The King has been pleated to conltitnte and appoint Samuel ocpe , Henry Pelham, John Frederick, Henry] Banker, Sir Brut. Corby Morns Jdflcs T,f<[ 111 tile iooin of Sir Jol'cplt Pennington, Hut. o« for levying ,.l colliding hid Majcfty's duties atul England, Wa
7 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BY JOHN EVILL, at his Shoc-Warchoufe, STALL-STREET, BATH, the BOOT and SHOEMAKING TRADE is carried on as ulual, all its

BY JOHN EVILL, at his Shoc-Warchoufe, STALL-STREET, BATH, the BOOT and SHOEMAKING TRADE is carried on as ulual, all its

Branches, in the ncateft Manner and neweft Fafhion, and fold moderate Prices. Likewife, all Sorts of Clogs, Pattens, and Gal lonics. *|* Not an Article in the Boot and Shoe-Making Trade is bought ready-made, but all made at Home. SILK MANU F A CTOR Y. PALMER and Co. Weavers, (fr
7 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CANTERBURY, Dec. 5.

CANTERBURY, Dec. 5.

Died fuddenly, yciterday morning, vvb»» he was dreffiog, having long lieen kfa. mg ilate, thc Rev. Sir John Head, Doctor Divinity, Archdeacon ol" this diocefe, on<;°[ the Prebendaries of this Cathedral,and Restore' Ickham.— By the fancfity of his life, he an ornament to religion
2 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICES of tOCKS, THIS DAY at One. o'Clock, Dec. 7.

PRICES of tOCKS, THIS DAY at One. o'Clock, Dec. 7.

B. Stock, j 3*B.Ann. tfS 9 * Iud. Dit. ma*- , Dit.dit. 1758, t S. Sea Dit. 4perCCi 7 6z, D.OldAnn. London Afl'tiran^' Dit. New Ann. 841a-* Ind.Bonds,3+ s - ,i!» perCt Ba.Red.8sja| Navy and DutoConf. 56-JaJaJaJ Long Ann. Ditto 1751,24 Lot.Tic. Ditto Ind. Ann.
5 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England