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To the PUBLIC. THE late Mr. Ward's invaluable Medicines prepared from the Receipts given that GentJeman at his Death to

To the PUBLIC. THE late Mr. Ward's invaluable Medicines prepared from the Receipts given that GentJeman at his Death to

John Page, Efq; Member for Chichclfer, and him generoufly beftowed on the Public, arc'to had the Perfuns hereunder mentioned, where may h d gratis, Directions for taking the Medicine*, and an Account of their Effects Thefe Medicines have been difperfed for thefe two laft Years p
August 3, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY, Aug. 3.

CANTERBURY, Aug. 3.

Mr. PERRY, permifficn, and P tation of many Ladies men of Dover, has engaged that town for fortnight or three we will open there alout the third fourth tember, in order to perform the favourite Plays, before the <"' f '" l tres Royal in London, viz. *• MEO and JULIET, VENICE & T
August 3, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
rol£ n srr are d, On Wednesday Night laft, from the Fields of Mr. ARGLES, at MAIDSTONE, IT! Plain black

rol£ n srr are d, On Wednesday Night laft, from the Fields of Mr. ARGLES, at MAIDSTONE, IT! Plain black

2\. GELD G, without any Marks upon him about fif- teen Hands and a half high, and fix Year;, old, with large Head and cut Tail. about fourteen Hands and halt high, and nine Years old, with a nicked cut ad, her two hind Feet and near fore Foot white, and Blaze her Forehead- Whoev
August 3, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO BE LE T, And entered upon at MICHAELMAS next, upon Leafe, GIDDKN's FARM, In the Parifhes O TTO N,

TO BE LE T, And entered upon at MICHAELMAS next, upon Leafe, GIDDKN's FARM, In the Parifhes O TTO N,

B A R H M, fee. For Particulars enquire Mr. William Page, Broome, near Barham-dovns. T E To be SOLD Handing, XTINE Hunched and Fifty OAKS, and Fifty AShF.S, the County of KENT, about eighteen Miles frtm Maidftone, and eleven from Rye. Far further Particulars enquire of the Rev.
August 3, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A curious quotation from a mannfcript of Mr. Aubrey f in Ajhmo e"s Mujeum. WHEN lie (Monk, afterwards Duke of

A curious quotation from a mannfcript of Mr. Aubrey f in Ajhmo e"s Mujeum. WHEN lie (Monk, afterwards Duke of

Albemarle) was in the Tower, his rnidrels, Wan Uarges, a black daugliter, was kind to him in a double capacity. mutt be remembered, that he was then in want, and that fhe aflilted him. Here was got with child. She was not at all handfome nor cleanly. Her mother was one of the fi
August 3, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
' E X E S. L Q N, Aug. 5. Our account? in genual continue bad. Pockets - - 6;.

' E X E S. L Q N, Aug. 5. Our account? in genual continue bad. Pockets - - 6;.

10-!. to 7I. 15s. Bigs fell from 61. 00s. 6i. 12s. Middle growths of Canterbury its. 8 M H FILL D, Aug.: . Bcefj at 3 1 I. per lb. j Veal, I. per lb. I. Lamb, per lb. PRICES A N. the Corn-Exchangi MARK- J.AhE. Wheat - - - 38s. od. fine 47s. Barley - - - 26s. od. Elfcxlir.all Bea
August 3, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To be f-ld AU C O N, the Sign the Fi.iice, in this City Wedjufday .ie\t, ihe Inftant, at Three

To be f-ld AU C O N, the Sign the Fi.iice, in this City Wedjufday .ie\t, ihe Inftant, at Three

the Afternoon. BAGS of HOPS, in Ten lot.-, rvedontof the Sancy, Capt, bound from London but (bunded off Ratnfgate. The faid have been properly dried upon Oafts, put into new Bagging, and are th good Condition. Simples may be at No. the Borough or Mr. Isaac IsMAY'sin tliis City.
February 5, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
be SOLD by Private Contract, AY A C T or BOA T, Burthen eighteen Tons, more oriels; five Years old,

be SOLD by Private Contract, AY A C T or BOA T, Burthen eighteen Tons, more oriels; five Years old,

weil found in ali Materials, and fit for immediate Service, the Well-country or other Bufmels, and now lying Enquire John Chambers, where tne Inventory ma> feen. "'c O"c k~F G 1 G, At HENRY Mount Vleasant, on utfday the inft. February, MAINofCOCKS, I'erwecn the Gentle- ■« a L an
February 5, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
[Mr. F ick fpoke next, and joined the party j Onslow f P ok-, and was rephed by Serjeant Glynn,

[Mr. F ick fpoke next, and joined the party j Onslow f P ok-, and was rephed by Serjeant Glynn,

alio rephed return; (the fubftance'of we have ;Uready gtven the public) after Hot ham concluded the debate, as follows: S R, I BEG that if the honouraMe u thine to to the Houfe ™ an y forne Sher tune teteSfcSfi? late, it is enough we brine / ,s a S pl ' eftnt to [The being calle
February 5, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CARD, anfwer rhe ladfs fhuify*, about thc height Shakefpear's cliff, near Dover. I SAY, JF ."•H.-.KESPtAR'j HIGH Cl.IFF Jfood Uf

CARD, anfwer rhe ladfs fhuify*, about thc height Shakefpear's cliff, near Dover. I SAY, JF ."•H.-.KESPtAR'j HIGH Cl.IFF Jfood Uf

right, Four huncireo twenty/**; he its height.
February 5, 1771 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England