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London Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 14, 1769, London, Middlesex Vol. XXV. J911. From TUESDAY, M&RCH 14, to THURSDAY, MARCft 16, 1769. Jin EpijJU /a JuNivs Silanus /r fipiftk is d?&M^irtJifti?W^�l^ i dSfe. l^^-i,-. affert their'iifa^f ."^ Roi it�jr H>� ftraight road of ________and to ilfike into the wina- inKftaaaqf ftlf-intereft? Think of the^con-^ dihon of the pravioces. Confuiion, diforder aioa difalffeftlen to tie government of Rome, pt^nU from doe
n afliiup^ "AttMiivW'i "id Sitb^rJuiprovement in Clajfical Leanin^.'"?fti, ii-jFifna*.- Apply to Mr, Brathw'aiti, it'N's jt,; 'tolw Lane, E�[nbarJ.ft'e�; or to Mr. 'Wilkr,! ^Wler. at Homerts HeaJ, Omiiig Crofit. ^his baj'uias puhUnifd, Price is. . AiMrefled to the Hon. Archiial J Douglas, Efq;' AN O D E to FORTITUDE. By WILLIAM RUSSELL. ' Printed for W. NicqII, ap No. it, in St. Paul's ChoTcb-yari. Thii Day nsyii puhri/hsd. Price iS. � ACONVERSATION PRINT of ^rjcant GtYNN, Membtr of Farliamenf 'for the CbYmrj^f Mjddeiiit; John Wilkes, Efijj teRci Knight of'thc i^h^i'�for the County of Mirfdle-fex, Mwha?, i7�8, anil re elected Febrairy ifi, 1199. Alderman of the Ward of Farringdnn, Without; the Rev. Mr. John ftoijir,. Miniftcr of New Brentford, drawa from the Lite, asitilooe is Metzo-'lintb by ilxhard Houn'm. Printed &[ Jobo Smith, No. 35. in Cheaplidejan^ R 6�y r,.>Jo. i3..>iJ Fleet Ihiet. �* \A thcl^HMm l�gioiM � &w of the hiaveQ &lilkr e:.to the BegiiiDing of r^^-^- -ifhi Sfitwnth iCetiHjry^ � �,.; ^.7 I By WltW5^M R&SERt^bSl. Djli h Ftiticipai jof the Univerfity of Edinb^ii. and l^Aori^ graphtr to his Majcliy for SmjUitcl. Ptirted fi>r W. Strahaaj GadtU, (Succtflbr to Mr. - Millar) ta th� Sbranil i and j. fiairo-jr, at Edinburgh. jPjtcJ Two- pence Halfjpenny. ] WEDNESDAY, March ij. The London Gazfae. No.tojit, . Lijbon, FebruKry ij. APortOgoefs man of war came in laft week from the Rio de Janeiro, richly faden;' and the CoSnt de Villa l-'lor, Lite Goversoi of PernambucO, is arrived in this fljip. � 6 a m k r u p t $. John ITeedli*m � and Jofrph W of Biiftol, Linen-draper. ^-4---'-A^.-,--~-- ""S^oihl^ Mitrti fo. Tliey jwtte from -Iffifin-Khajwe, iff the IhTre ot Argvle, that ^drl^he �itt� utt. Donald Graham of Archna-�h'g, Efq; and peter Pjiarfon, Farmer, having qf&ii tft etening: at a public houfe in Tay-Valy, utne buiineis; in going home, it btrtng ri'Vefj d�tk night, mi^d their way; Whejvojte fieiJ over a precipice, and was killed, ahd thfi edftrvas found next day flicking in a bgg-- _. . COUNTRY NEWS. CUuMfitr^ March 15. OnTuefday ni^ht an atarta was gsven 2t our theatre, erecfled m the Bttoth'^haU, which had like to have been at tended with'bad' confenuences : The houle was fo exceedinaly crowded,
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