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SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

SATU RDAY's POST. tbp r tt ~ 'I JL. O • Paris Dec. 8. . ™ le f lO,T > Houen, that on the ift inft. o an OUI a^ter 1X ' n evening, a . c an earthquake was felt there, which ' r, 01 01 I feconds, and terrified the This lhoct happily no damage enfued. fIQm i aS ."By felt at Houlme,
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
.'••_.•...*_;-;;_-.- HiHandt France, cni Flanders.

.'••_.•...*_;-;;_-.- HiHandt France, cni Flanders.

?? ?? HiHandt France, cni Flanders. Frory the I ontfini Gazette. Dec. 16. fßometeßfooetsier, 2.. i\ Cct»rdinei tc ?? Pope's declaration, the ceremony of if% his taking potlefT ?? is to be performed on the 26th ?? in the iii.-c manner ss it was prai-iied by his prc- d crs, - xc.-p
20 December 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I. O N D O N.

I. O N D O N.

.Evir/il of a tetter front Cayftxiitt.-iep/e, Oaober 14. ■' '"* T_e BcghSrbeg oi" "Erzerum, Ion" of a Prov incal re- b'egado, ?? received or.lers to repair to the Divan, in or- r.. . hi ?? •' I. ?? i.-oiv rciiir-e to the prefenr pofture * : _; ?? _ : a.id .15, h.j has made h.r.f
18 December 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LEEDS, December 19.

LEEDS, December 19.

E hear the following Gentlemen have T become annual fubicribers to our Ge- nerJl Infirmary, viz. Mr. David Dunderdale, one guinea; Mr. John Ratcliff of Pudfe'y, two guineas ; Mr. Samuel Mfrfield of Leeds, two guineas ; and Mr. Richard Stocks'of Bradford has doubled his fuW'cript
19 December 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Corn-Exchangf, tfi'jlKE LANE. Kent. Wheat 30s to 34s o<l R , - 26= od Eilcx ditto - 30s to od : - Barley, - - j3s F- alV, 77 Pale Malt, 24s D.sto, f» 23* Brown Ditto, * 3 s od ir per i,ack Oats, - - - to Ditto, - Beans, - - aos 10 at• od Ditto, - od Negro Ditto, 20s od
19 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ROM E V MA R S H. TICE heieby given to tie fever al Tenants and Oceufu-'scf Lands this Level,

ROM E V MA R S H. TICE heieby given to tie fever al Tenants and Oceufu-'scf Lands this Level,

that they are hereby required to pay ' the next Quarters Marjb Land or Wall Scots (bang Six-pence Acre) New-hall Dymchurch in. the faid Marjh, on or before twenty'fifth Day this Infant December. ff// fi'.a'd in rec.r after the Infant, ivilLbe returned in ihe Wa 'es, according to
19 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY, Dec. 19.

CANTERBURY, Dec. 19.

the Rev. Mr. William Jfeck**" Chaplain to his Grace the Lord of Canterbury, was initalled in this (Dr. William Tatton, proxy) Archdtfi** w Dioeefe of Canterbury, in die room late Rev. Sir John Head/ Tuefday the 12th ihftant was very extraordinary match of running ,V Thomas Law,
16 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
This to give NOTICE, THAT the Commifioners and Trufiees for Rye ' Harbour want to borrow immediately the Sum of

This to give NOTICE, THAT the Commifioners and Trufiees for Rye ' Harbour want to borrow immediately the Sum of

Four Thoufand Five Hundred Pounds, at Iniertf of Four Pounds per Cent, per Annum. Any Perfon willing to advance all or any Part tve above Sum, are defired forthwith to apply Thomas Cooke, Treafurer if the fuid Harbour RYE. Rye, Dec. 7, 1769. W" HERE AS in the Night Friday the In
16 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
[N®. This offccr »nd the Grand Treafurer arc ordered logo to the army, which it to quarter this lute* along

[N®. This offccr »nd the Grand Treafurer arc ordered logo to the army, which it to quarter this lute* along

the Danube. SHI? NEW,'} EXTRAORDINARY. By the Friend’s Adventure, Ctpt. Bell, frort Whitby for London, have accaunt of the following melancholy accident which has befallen Sir —fl D—. the 4th December, A. M. the Knight was fwimmihg o!f Piamborough-Head, he unfortunately fell wit
16 December 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, (Monday) Dec. ii.

LONDON, (Monday) Dec. ii.

In the previous Debate on the Money-Bill, lately in the Irifli Houfe of Commons, Sir George Macartney ( the lrifh Secretary, and Lord Bute's Son-in-Law) faid, in Defence of the Manner of bringing in the Bill, ihat ihe Bill taking its Rife in the Privy Council, was a Tax the Comm
15 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England