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September 16, 1796 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tuesday May 9.

Tuesday May 9.

T uesday May 9. O O N, ? his Majefty will this day oi Peers » !» h;s ftate ' t0 prorogue the parliament for the miner. Yefterday a grand Council were fummoned to meet this day St. James's. We hear their Majedies will go Richmond Lodge on Friday next, to there for the fummer f afo
May 6, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the PRINTER. SIR POETICASTOS, his letter to us in the Public Advertift r of this morning, is in fuch

To the PRINTER. SIR POETICASTOS, his letter to us in the Public Advertift r of this morning, is in fuch

a violent rage, that he forgot to iign his real name. The blood and thunder, the ftorming, ranting, and bluftering, in his iliort epiftle, could come from none but himfelf. fie grows raving mad at the following extract, which he quotes from Junius's letter, viz. that he mafterin
April 22, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
By his MAJESTY'S Royal Letters Patent. Prepared DICEY and* OKELL, In Bow-Church-Yard, LONDON : Dr. RADCLIFFE's FAMOUS PURGING ELIXIR, TOEING

By his MAJESTY'S Royal Letters Patent. Prepared DICEY and* OKELL, In Bow-Church-Yard, LONDON : Dr. RADCLIFFE's FAMOUS PURGING ELIXIR, TOEING

the oidy celebrated /(? Cathartic efteemed the Wodd, 1 M* fc daily adding to the Character j that relt Name as ft- " «n- is a fcne Bitter, which:* \ moi * them' VJ that have for and is redticed" (Mail a Quantity that a Spoonful proves a mpft requiring no Confinement, neither doc
May 6, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DISPOSED OF, CHEAP, good and ' tit lor town countr i /^•^pji-dy} -\-' ' ,4 ' ' a pair v..

DISPOSED OF, CHEAP, good and ' tit lor town countr i /^•^pji-dy} -\-' ' ,4 ' ' a pair v..

- A - : : '"".:t twr.tv tea er.eeedmg good 'iaia- Enquire the Printers of this Paper. To Sold publickly the Bidder, Oil Wednciday the Tvvei At Three of the Clock the Afternoon, Ma. Robert LioniiLL's, the .Sign thff Cr*own and Thistle, in Dover, A CUT T E ? about twenty to::? t'
April 19, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tuesday Dec. 5.

Tuesday Dec. 5.

arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. Paris, November 24. d'Audi» bifhop of Bourdeaux, died in his diocefe the 15th inftant, of an apo- year of his age.—They taik of lottery for hundred millions of lii. vres, which is the of the prefent Comptroller. §enoa, Oil. 28. By the
December 5, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICES. CANTERBURY, December 7, 9 . THIS is Give NOTICE, That General SeJJlon of the Peaee and Goal Deli-very for

NOTICES. CANTERBURY, December 7, 9 . THIS is Give NOTICE, That General SeJJlon of the Peaee and Goal Deli-very for

the City of CAN! ERBUR Y and County of the fame Ci'y, will be holdcn in the Guildhall of the faid City, ok Thurfday the Day of this Infant December. A C Y, Town-clerk-
December 5, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Friday January 19.

Friday January 19.

L O N. XXXX evening, about five o'clock X! the Lord Chancellor received a X o Secretary of State's office, defiring, n his Majefiy's name, that he would deliver up the feals that evening 7 o'clock : and accordingly, quarter before that hour, his Lordfhip, officially habited, and
January 16, 1770 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Monday Sept. 11.

Monday Sept. 11.

. L O N O on Saturday the Ruffian Arts- L bafiador received authenticated advice that there were twelve (liips of the line waiting at EJfi- J fair wind to flip out of the Sound. wind for this week paft has been, and therefore conclude, ffi cet raea war is ftill j ed at Elfineur.
September 16, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the PUBL IC. the Proprietors of the BRITISH GRAVY CLE, having received Letters from our kind Correfporidents, intimating, That

To the PUBL IC. the Proprietors of the BRITISH GRAVY CLE, having received Letters from our kind Correfporidents, intimating, That

their Bookfeders had advifed them of tie of this ufeful undertaking, hy Which they, as well ourfelves, have indubitably fuftained lofs. In honour to the Work, as a Duty incumbent us, aud give general Satisfaction to every particularly thole who fo bountifully bellow their ingeni
September 16, 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England