Who optional
What else? optional
Enter keyword(s), e.g. Trowbridge, locomotive or Tower of London

Your search returned 808,821 articles

Saturday October 15.

Saturday October 15.

• from the LONDON GAZETTE. Vienna, October Archdukes Ferdinand and H ' Maximilian,and & S the ; efs Therefa, af$ C • flfted the Te . Deum that was v , . on Thurf- K day laft for their recovery. Oaobe r7 M. de Mello, appointed Envoy Extraordinary from King of Portugal at the Cour
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Laft Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Holderndfe, Governor of Dover-Caltle, arrived in town from attending his Danifh Majefty there, to his houi'e Hertford-ftreet, Grofvenor-iquare, from Dover. The Right Hon. Earl Piercy talked to fucceed Major Burton as Colonel the Old Bulls. T
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO THE PRINTER. TJLEASE to give the following extract fro" Dr. Tissot's EJfay incidetd* to Literary and Sedentary Perfons (lately

TO THE PRINTER. TJLEASE to give the following extract fro" Dr. Tissot's EJfay incidetd* to Literary and Sedentary Perfons (lately

p lifted here English tranflaticn) a place your paper. ** Amongfl the favorite beverages of learned, the worn is the infulion of th- te** ** leaf, which to our great detriment has tot " thefe two centuries pall been conitantly * ported from China'and Japan. This " pernicious gif
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tuesday October 18.

Tuesday October 18.

O O N. As the army the Emp. cf Germany amounts at prefent two bunded thoufand men, and that of eftimated at one hundred and forty thoufand fpcculative politicians from thence conjecture that the prefent tranquility of Germany will be very lhort-lived. Among other particulars com
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

hear that the and Rev. Dr. Head, Archdeacon of Canterbury, will hold his enfuing Vifitation of the Laity of the Archdeaconry in the Church of Saint Margaret, in this city, as follows, viz. for the parifhes within the Deanries Canterbury, Sandwich, Weltbcer, Bridge, Dovor, and Ei
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
PRICES of GRAIN, &c.

PRICES of GRAIN, &c.

Canterbury. Wheat 34s to 42s Old ditto Barley 16s to Oats lis to Fine Flour 37 N. Beans to 21s Second dit. Hops Packets 21. Bs. to 31. in bags cs. to 21. 14s. Market rather than laft week.
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MAIDSTONE.

MAIDSTONE.

Wheat 36 to Oats Barley 16 to 24s HogPeafe to Br. Malt 28 to 32s Beans r8 to Pale Malt to 36s New Hops Bags to 21 Pockets 2I 00s to CO*
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
To the Gentry, and Others. RICHARD WARREN's true Original BRITISH POWDER for * and preferring the Teeth and Gums, of

To the Gentry, and Others. RICHARD WARREN's true Original BRITISH POWDER for * and preferring the Teeth and Gums, of

Twenty Reputation, and univerlal Succefs is and fold Whpiefale and Retail, at his Perfumer) 'W** bwfe, the Golden Fleece, in Mary bone Street, Golden Square, London and his Appointment, & al.'b by the Printers this Gazete and may the F4en who deliver it, at is. each Box, which &
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DIED. ] Monday, at Riverheajd, in his way to Tunbridge, Mr. Richard Branfon, aged 81, a gentleman farmer and yeoman,

DIED. ] Monday, at Riverheajd, in his way to Tunbridge, Mr. Richard Branfon, aged 81, a gentleman farmer and yeoman,

worth upwards 30,600!. who, laid, could ride fix miles length on his own freehold lands. Wednefday at his in of a mortification his (bat, occalioned cutting a corn, Mr. Cariflo- - pher Currell, a wealthy lighterman, tic WANTED IMM P. V, A MARRIED MAN 'to take Cnrc a large to boa
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Notices, &c. mi. NOYES, of Cranbrooke, I X E T, by many of his Friends, hereby informs the Public, that

Notices, &c. mi. NOYES, of Cranbrooke, I X E T, by many of his Friends, hereby informs the Public, that

he intends immediately to open School for the Education Youth the Latin and Greek Tongues, Writing and Arithmetic, if required : " purpofes to accommodate a few Boarders, * very reafonable Terms,—Great Care Ihall taken of thofe Scholars, whom any Perfons be pleafed put under his
15 October 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England