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ADVERTISEMENTS for this address are taken at the Printing-Office in Stall-Street, at 3s. 6d. each Time, if short, longer ones

ADVERTISEMENTS for this address are taken at the Printing-Office in Stall-Street, at 3s. 6d. each Time, if short, longer ones

• • ApvEtTis*MtKTsA_r tl.is Jfrpepr are taken in at the Printing-OflLce in Stall-Street, at js. 6d. each Time, if fhort* longer Ore* in Proportion. ---The Bath Cmkonicli and ?? (, 4 "tTTt is circulated in London, Biiftol, Plymouth, Extter, 1 ivcrton, Tauuion, Biidgewater, Wells,
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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iLonDoii, 3,imiarp z*.

We hear that the flight Honourable the Earl of Northumberland will be appointed Lord Lieute- nant of Ireland, to meet the ,ntw Parliament of that Kingdom. •» With great Satlsfaftiom we ctn affure tttV Friends to our happy Conftitution, that many worthy Members ofthe prefcnt Parl
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ftantt.

ftantt.

Paris, Jan. 9. Several Perfons have been lately fent to the Baftile, for talking too freely ef the King and the Miniftry. JaJt. la. We talk more than ever of Peace. The Prince de Soubife is talked of as one of the Plenipotentiaries at the Congrefs, and the Abbe ilt la .Ville as
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Dollaiid.

Dollaiid.

1 Hagi)., Jan. 15. A Part of the Marquis of Granby 'B Retinue is already arrived here, and his Lordihip .* expeited every Moment, having ob- tained i\*e Kin£ his Matter's Leave to make a nort Tour to England. '
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
An Eastern TAX E.

An Eastern TAX E.

CARAZAN, the Merchant of Bagdat, was eminent thioughout all the Eaft for his Ava- rice and his Wealth i His Origin is obfeure, as that of the Spark which by the Collifion of Steel and Adamant it ftruck out of Darkntfs ; and the patient Labour of perfevering Diligence alone had n
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SNUFF-TAKING Moraliz'd

SNUFF-TAKING Moraliz'd

[By a Young Lady. J CUSTOM I in this fmall Article I find The it roug Attendance thou haft o'er ?? • My Friend's Advice the fult Inducements were, fait it (.aid fhe) it nvtit your Spirits cbear. All rcfotute, the oiler 'd L)i ug to take. But in the Trial ficken'd with my Hate. B
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
?? Marriac.es Petei Walfh,Efq* to Mifs Elea- nora Porter, Daughter of Joha Porter, Efq; df Burlington-ftreet.—-Sir Hugh Williams, Bart. Major

?? Marriac.es Petei Walfh,Efq* to Mifs Elea- nora Porter, Daughter of Joha Porter, Efq; df Burlington-ftreet.—-Sir Hugh Williams, Bart. Major

in the Rbyal Volunteers, to the Right Hon. Lady Vifcountefs Bulkeley, of *c King- dom af Isclandt « s 'Diaths. The Rc<V. Mr. Cafe, one of his Majefty's Reading Chaplains of Whitehall. At Gnmfthorpe in Letcefterfhire, the Rev. John Bland, M. A. one of his Majefty's Juftiees for t
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ccrinanu.

Ccrinanu.

Vi iMH a, Jan. 3 . M■ D sun i » fo we 1 1 recove - red of his Wound, that he hath been feveral Finns at \Ve a 'he-.r that Lieut. Gen. Guafco airived the 2 <*th p^ft at F-gra, with i+,ooo ?? detached fi v m the Grand "Array. An.ft.Cax.' j M 7 As there lemains iesrce any Hope of b
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fratitt,

fratitt,

Pari., Jan. tfl. The War in Germany will be pulhed next Summer with fuch Vigour, that former Campaigns will appear but a Jell to the next. Broglio s Army will amount to 100,000 Men, and Soubife's Army to about 50 or 60,000. Jan. it. It is thought the Affairs of the Par- liament
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ocvnionji,

Ocvnionji,

Vibnha, l_.ee. %f. A Projeft it on Foot fur creftiag a Council of State, at the Head of whith is to be the Count de Kaunits. , Leu-sick, Dee. ?? The King of Pniflia holds every Day Councils of War • of vihich we do not pretend te know the Kefolutions. Every Fhing is as quiet as
29 January 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England