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TEMPERANCE

TEMPERANCE

THE ncartft Approach thou ranfl make to Hepfinefs on this Side the Grave, is to en- J6V from Heaven Understanding, and Health. Thefe BlclTing* if thou poffeileft, and wcuklf prtfetve to old Age ; avoid the Allurements ol Voluptuoufi.eri, and fly from her Temptations. When flic f
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Proceffion ofthe BRIDE.

The Proceffion ofthe BRIDE.

Drums ar.d Trumpets — the Sei jcant's Trumpe- fir — the Princeft'i Servants— a Page — a Quarter Waiter— a Gentleman Ulher between the two f'e- nior Herald.— Vice-Chamberlain— Maids of Ho- ?? of the Bed-Chamber, not Peerelfcs — lYcretle. — unmarried Daughters of Peers — the King'
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
7.1 V RETURN.

7.1 V RETURN.

7.1 V RETU RN. Drums and Tn'mp.t. — Serjeant Trumpeter— the Queen's Serv.m's— a Page— a Quarter Waiter — a Gentleman Uthei bet«ttf.i two Heralds— PurSuivanisandHnldt atArmt— Kni..ht» ot the Bath, not Peers— Privy Chancellors, not ?? c f' , "~ unmarried Daughicts cf Peers — Pee it
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
An ORIENTAL TALE

An ORIENTAL TALE

IN iheßeignof QuoitTßEDraiN.Kingof Aaad, there lived nearttm City a poor Peaunt nam'd j Aouge, who, with the hr.rdeft Labour, found it ft: arc c poffible ro Support himStlf. One Day, as be was quite overpowered with bearing F.t.dles, he threw himfelf upon tl.e Gioui.d, and utter
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, S»Ff_'»..?. re, 1761

BATH, S»Ff_'»..?. re, 1761

BATH, S»Ff ?? re, 1761 €0 bt Lett, And Enter'd en Immediately, The HOUSE Adjoininc*. to The Spread-Eagle, in aivon-Strect, And an Apartment in the next IlouSe. Alfo a TENEMENT in the Court, Which is now free from all litigious Tenants. %• Enquire of William TUCKER, Junior, M altt
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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l-H.11.H1t..

l-H.11.H1t..

Hague, Stpt. it. By Letters from ?? under the Command of Prince Ferdinand, we have an Attoun*, thai his Scene Highneis. rep if. fed the Dyinel. and occupied fi c:t y neji •!'**■ la me Pofi'.on which he polfcflid l.ut if ear, afier the Affair of Warpurg. Letter*, from ihc Lower R
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
C JE L I A : A Sonc

C JE L I A : A Sonc

WHEN fii ft tbe F.nft begins to dawn, Anil Nature's Beauties lift*. The Lark afliituei iicr Mattins fweet, And feeki the yielding Skies. The roiy Light, that glads her Mufe, Dear to her Breatf muft be • But not lo dear, my Fair One knows, As C/ELIA is to inc. 11. In yonder Tree
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ftßffrttttoap'fS and £&urot>Ap'o Posts.

ftßffrttttoap'fS and £&urot>Ap'o Posts.

?? and £&urot>Ap'o Posts. An i v'd the Maili from Holland attd Flanders. From the LONDON GAZETTE
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
lLoiiQoiij &>cprrtnucr 12

lLoiiQoiij &>cprrtnucr 12

?? &>cprrtnucr 12 Thtßall at Sl. James's on Wcdiiefdav Nai.ht was opened foon after i\..ie o't lock, by hisßoyal HighncS. ?? t.f York and PinicelsAugufta , the Country Da.ues began about Elcveil, «''d their Majeliies withdrew loon after, aid the Ball ended at One. It was the full
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
C O N T E N T.

C O N T E N T.

LP l" others with for Pomp and Stale, And va.nly Itudy to be great : i\ly loi, iv t ut an empty Maine • X Bui hi. is ihe Heighth of Fame. The Mi fir may for Wraith implore -, 1 lie Mt 1 chant 'ti.ide for India". Ore , A it'll tnd ring Heir enjoys the Gains, In one D.y ti.e* an A
17 September 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England