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LONDON.

LONDON.

Dec ,27. near that Lord C- m has clared to public, as well to his private friends, that he never *ull the gap iisot been gi-uen to tbr ccnfl ■ n, in tbe M ' election, is healed. We affured that the names of 500 fubftantial freeholders are at the bottom of the Northumberland peti
26 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) Dec. 16.

LONDON, (Saturday) Dec. 16.

The following is faid to be the Particulars of a late difagreeablc Difcovery at the Weft End of the Town,— Lord ■ having Rea- fon for fome Time paft to fufpedt too great an Intimacy between his Lady and a certain Per- fonage, gave it out that he was going on a Vifit for a few Da
22 December 1769 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OM’ A Y’« POST. the MAILS from Fkakci. Rt>M(v Aflw.«. " ’ShflkfcOfß N Sunday, lafti the Pope made hia cn,l3Dce

OM’ A Y’« POST. the MAILS from Fkakci. Rt>M(v Aflw.«. " ’ShflkfcOfß N Sunday, lafti the Pope made hia cn,l3Dce

f° r tu^'n ponelTwii cf the Q Sec. Hia Holinns was on huifelmck, N flßf accompanied with four Confervafors Romt - ani ' followed by Caidiiuls,-Ko-' man Prince* and Prelates, horfehack *■ hkewite. hie pompons ceremony was dtilui bed a unfortunate accident: Holinels was coming fro
28 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The SALE of SILKS,

The SALE of SILKS,

Being a Real STOCK ajfigned. the Creditors', and which, by Order of the Affignees, will be fold from \s, to 6/. in the Pound under Prime Cofl, Will be continued on till Saturday fe'ennight and no longer, the Shop late Mrs. Brett's, in Wade's PafTagc, THE Stock confifts of a gent
28 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WILLIAM MACKCLARY, [Late of the KingVA»m«, SperkhamlanD)) RETURNS his moft grateful Thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and all his Friends,

WILLIAM MACKCLARY, [Late of the KingVA»m«, SperkhamlanD)) RETURNS his moft grateful Thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and all his Friends,

who honoured him with their Favours for many Years the above l«mi begs Leave them* that he is removed to The Parade Coffee-Houfe, in Bath ; Where is determined to have the beft of every Article, and exert his utmoft Abilities to plcafe. Wine, Brandy, Rum, and Arrack, Wholefalcan
28 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
S&u.ttap'a _S,ofl*

S&u.ttap'a _S,ofl*

A Letter from ci Geiitltntetii at Madrafs, tt his lirtttbir in London. Dea' Brother, f,rt St. George, fane 1 6, 1 769. CAN with Pkafurc inform you of our •M I r\* ?? c Arrival here the 20th of May, r^V 1 safy alter a Railage of 19 Weeks and a ?? few I).. y*- s Comiilering we put
23 December 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, December 22

LONDON, December 22

We are well affured, that the Premier and hit AiTociatCa- arc at their Wits Ends : a certain Per- fonagc having declared, that be nxill ns longer be advij'ed byj'ucb pe"i:icious Counfel'ors. Mmh£l has been at Hayes and Stowe twice fir.cc lall 1 mtf dm ■ tt what End tbe Public ma
23 December 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To the PRINT R, THE Emperor Charles V. being at war with Pope Clement VII. Philisert de CHALONs,r°ra« of Orangey

To the PRINT R, THE Emperor Charles V. being at war with Pope Clement VII. Philisert de CHALONs,r°ra« of Orangey

no commanded the Imperial Troops the Holy Sec, befieged the Caftle of St- at Rome, into which had retired, and at laft forced him to furrender. The terms of peace agreed upon were highly advantageous to Charles, and the unfortunate Succeffor of Saint Peter was himfelf obliged to
23 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SMITHFIELD,

SMITHFIELD,

Beef, per lb. Veal, 5H. per J ' Mutton, 3d. I Pork, - 3*d.
23 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tki; Day it Price ii. A New Edition, being the SEVENTH, O Every Man-his own PHISICIAN. Being a COMPLETE COLLECTION

Tki; Day it Price ii. A New Edition, being the SEVENTH, O Every Man-his own PHISICIAN. Being a COMPLETE COLLECTION

Efficacious and approved REMEDIES for Every DISEASE incident to the HUMAN BODY, With plain Instructions for Common Ufe. JOHN THEOBALD, M. D. Author the Medulla Mtdicina. Compiled the Command of his Royal Highnefs the DUKE of B E RLAN D. N. this Edition are given necelf.iry Inflr
23 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England