Whitehall Evening Post (1770).
|New Title:||English chronicle; or, Universal evening-post|
|Previous Title:||Whitehall evening-post; or, London intelligencer|
Sold by C. Corbett, stock broker, at the State Lotery-Office, No. 30, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street, where advertisements and letters of intelligence are taken in. Advertisements are also taken in, by T. Wright, No. 126, Chancery-Lane, Fleet-Street; Mr. Gardner, at Cowley's Head, opposite St. [C]lement's Church, in the Strand; Mr. Pearch, No. 12, Cheapside and at the St. James's Cofee House, and the Smyrna, Pall-Mall,
|Series:||17th-18th century Burney Collection newspapers
|Online Access:||Full text online|
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