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S S. X, L'c. November, 30. Gentle*'*, Cfcrgr, Freehlners of the o/Lostx. an- Jfired Chelms-oio ,» Friday the \ Jay

S S. X, L'c. November, 30. Gentle*'*, Cfcrgr, Freehlners of the o/Lostx. an- Jfired Chelms-oio ,» Friday the \ Jay

f Decker next, , o'CUci in the Foremen, to eovjtJer the iUra vtcejjary he tah* tnjuffort of the right file#** •WANTS I’LACt, FOOT MAN Regular I atr.ily, K that can wait at Fable, clean Plate, 0 may fuit, pleafe Ar.y , c £ % -* WANT E U at Christmas next. An FRGYMAN to two Chardt
9 December 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
\Tbis Lay is Viif'fhfd, BALDWIN'S Daily Journal, or, The Gtntletnau, Merchant, and Tit tfmin's CtmfUtt Annaal Aceomft Sstkfe.' th, ??

\Tbis Lay is Viif'fhfd, BALDWIN'S Daily Journal, or, The Gtntletnau, Merchant, and Tit tfmin's CtmfUtt Annaal Aceomft Sstkfe.' th, ??

..udDeji, For the YEAR of out LORD, 1770, »* # The Public are t'efiied to be paiticulirly caa' .■ >, thai they di not fudfrr theni felres to be ?? ea by fpt^ioas ImitltiMniol the Daily Jtm-nal, which iileirfc t takr None: ba! the Name r*tf R. Htld^mt, md hii oniv, at the iottotb
9 December 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS,

COUNTRY NEWS,

Briftal, Dec^j. On Monday lalt a Negro Fel- low went to the Houfe of Capt. Dixon, at Sta- ple-ton, and told the M.uJ he was lately come from Virginia, and had a Mi-Hage from the Captain for her Miftrcf*. ■ but being informed Mrs. Dixon was ill in Bed, was deiircJ to leave hit) M
9 December 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
N. B. An Ai>i’Rentice it wanted.

N. B. An Ai>i’Rentice it wanted.

N. B. Ai>i’Rentice it wanted. Saram, December o. 176 c. JUST IMPORTED, BY JOHN WHITMARSH, Grocer, in Cattle- Street, and JAMES WHI I'MARSH, Grocer, in Silver-Street, about Calks of exceeding fine SALT BUTTER, which will fold cl,taper than in LUillol, Carriage confideted. —Grocery
11 December 1769 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Rachael Rhodes, Begs Leave to inform the LADIES, cbe. THAT (lie has purchafed the STOCK in TRADE Mrs TATLOCK, Millener,

Rachael Rhodes, Begs Leave to inform the LADIES, cbe. THAT (lie has purchafed the STOCK in TRADE Mrs TATLOCK, Millener,

in Briggate, Leeds, who has declin'd and hopes for the Continuance of the Cuftomrrs the laid Mrs Tatlock and all others "who may pleafe to favour her with their Commands, may depend on being ferved in the beft and moft genteel Manner, and on the mod reafonable Terms, with Caps,
12 December 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
So ft, (TOGETH or Sls AR L Situate at Popflbwii'l and Scmoles, in the cf BiRSTAtL, in the Cotinty of

So ft, (TOGETH or Sls AR L Situate at Popflbwii'l and Scmoles, in the cf BiRSTAtL, in the Cotinty of

York, FREEHOLD ESTATE* confifting of fevcral Farm-Houfes, with Barns| and other convenient Outbuildings, and about 185 Acres of Land, let in feparate Farms, and now in the ferwa* Occupations of Jofeph Naylor, Benjamin Hodgfbn, AnS* thony Butterfield, Jonathan Gomerfall, Thomas S
12 December 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
T E E T H and G U M S.

T E E T H and G U M S.

T E H and G U M S. T RUN EL, Surgeon and Dentist, fioirt Paris, having acquired a competent Skill the StruAurc of the Human Frame, both from Speculation and long Piaflicc, pailicularly the Organs arid the Month, Teeth, and Gums; and having difcovmcd ami employed certain fucccfsfu
14 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the Improvers of Money- A FREEHOLD ESTATE near BATH,

To the Improvers of Money- A FREEHOLD ESTATE near BATH,

the Improvers of Money- A FREEHOLD ESTATE near BATH, Mr. CLARKE Will Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, At hia Repofitory and public Sale Warehoufe, the Gates, in Walcot-Street, Bath, On Friday the &th January* t* at Noon BEING the Rcvcrlion of very improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, in good Condi
14 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WHITE SWAN INN, DENIZES. WILLIAM ARCHER, from BATH, having taken and neatly fitted tip tlie above INN, for the Reception

WHITE SWAN INN, DENIZES. WILLIAM ARCHER, from BATH, having taken and neatly fitted tip tlie above INN, for the Reception

of Gentlemen. and Others, humbly lollieits their Favours tun! Encouragement, he will make it his rhief render their Accommodations in every Rcfpefi agreeable, the bell Treatment, and the moil reafonable Charges. He has laid a Stock, of Neat Wist!, and the bed of LIQUORS. be LETT
14 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday Dec. 13.

Wednesday Dec. 13.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Stockholm, Nov. 17." Wednefday came on in the q X Houfe of Nobles, the queftion on the report the grand deputation concerning the changes repofed in the form of government, the propofed ordinance relating offices and act of fecurity, when it was determin
12 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England