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Saturday next will be XENOPHON's Memoirs of SOCRATES, Tranflated from the Original Greek, SARAH FIELDING. Books to be delivered by

Saturday next will be XENOPHON's Memoirs of SOCRATES, Tranflated from the Original Greek, SARAH FIELDING. Books to be delivered by

A. Millar, in the Strand, London; and J. Leake, and W. Frederick, in Bath. 'TWO Letters, fign'd Richard Davis, having been wrote to the Right Wodhipful Ifaac Elton, Efq. Mayor the City of Briilol, from Bath one dated the of January, 1761, the other received the 26th defcribing t
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The C H O I CE. I. SOME love Women for their Wit, Some Bea%ty do admire j Some love

The C H O I CE. I. SOME love Women for their Wit, Some Bea%ty do admire j Some love

a Leg- or Foot} Some fix their higher. H. Some love Miftrefs nice and coy Soma love the Old, Youngs Some love until they are Some 'till they are undone. nr. Some love for Money, fome for Worth, Some love the Proud and Uigh Some V° ve r Fancy, lome/or Birth j And fome—they "know
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, &c. the following is Pillion, but a real Fail, and is perhaps fomrwhat diverting,your giving it Place in

the Printer, &c. the following is Pillion, but a real Fail, and is perhaps fomrwhat diverting,your giving it Place in

your ' Chronicle, will oblige, Sir, your humble Servant, J- C. I HAVE fomctimes heard it difpured, which of the two Philofophers was moft to be commended, he who, marking the many Abfurdities the Characters Men, could find Matter for continual Laughter; or the Philofopher who, m
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Infcribedto Mifs ****. rove «. adieu ye Plains r»k 0ln j tllourn ing lies Ure the ant thick'ning Rains, .

Infcribedto Mifs ****. rove «. adieu ye Plains r»k 0ln j tllourn ing lies Ure the ant thick'ning Rains, .

t he tab ring Skies. ir. See $ fa HaftJ mpendin Storm ln r [nm a ppear n,lc the fani " r y Form n E Yearto .° r ® the • o,ce the KUdd Wi^ Bound v an Scenec eil d Ground, enes delight. Us > Z IV. c f ',7' d Mlid ' '».=r fcon ° P ; , Vi' th T V I '' °n a'fUve inl ° f May ' u . Rg
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Gfcermanp. Magdebourg, Jan. 9. Platen was expefted at Leip"JgS. fig as this Day, with the Corps unfa (jr der his Command. </§ Prince Henry came to ViLeipfig on the Bth In ft. and after fettling with General Platen the Quarters alfigned to the Corps which
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, January 28.

Bath, January 28.

The Public are defir d to be careful to Bath Chronicle j as the of the Bath Advertiler (a Saturday*s Yaptf) ter d his Day of Publication to Thurfday, our Propofals nvere firji diftrtbuted, and like^' l ) rated Part of our Title, viz. Bath Chroiiidf, We tkenjore give this neceffa
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, January 23.

London, January 23.

Copy of the King of Spain's Orders to the Governors of the Sea-Port Towns of that Kingdom, f>r the Detention of the Englifb Ships. Tranjlated from the original Spnntjh. Buen Retiro, Dec. 10, 1761. HIS Majefty is pretty lure that the King of England has already, will,| in a few D
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Mrs. R 0> C 0, At her Houfe on St. Michael's-Hill, Bristol, Takes this Method of acquainting her Friends, That

Mrs. R 0> C 0, At her Houfe on St. Michael's-Hill, Bristol, Takes this Method of acquainting her Friends, That

flie continues her 80-arding-fchoul As Mr. Rosco'sLife-Tirrie. HerEldeft Daughter, who has quitted all public Performance, affifts in teaching to Read. &olti in The King's-Head-Inn and Tavern in Bridge/vyater, In Somersetshire, The beft accuftomed Houfe in the Totom, lett £jl. i
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The from Goir.ow, fr. Fomcrania, fay, that \lie Ruffians were.deniolifhing fomaFortifications •at which had been erefted during the •Siege, but

The from Goir.ow, fr. Fomcrania, fay, that \lie Ruffians were.deniolifhing fomaFortifications •at which had been erefted during the •Siege, but

that they intend to repair the old Works. Letters"fiom Hamburgh the sth Inft. advife, that piivate Letters from Silclia they were affur«d,-that the Army had received Orders tct keep itfelf in Readinefs to maieh on the firft Notice by which it was tho't the Pruflians would attemp
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
France.

France.

Toulon, Dec. 30. The Squadron which fitting out here, ana which the Court has ordered to difpatched as much as poffible, confifts Men of War. The Court has fent five Millions to defray the Expence. an authentic Lift of the Privateers fitted out the Merchants of Dunkirk, it appea
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England