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Magistrates and Subjects.

Magistrates and Subjects.

OTHOU, the Favourite of heaven, "whohi the Sons of Meruuthy Equal?;* ag ee(l to raife to anil feCMs'-a Ruler over theml'elves the*. Ends and Impditar.ee their Truft, far more than the Dignity and Height of thy Station. Thou art cloathed in Purple,^and £-ted cn a Throne; the Crow
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LI A. ' Jiow fend and J'.ow fpeechtafs Your Eloquence onty What Friend fhi'p Method I try, ■; They end

LI A. ' Jiow fend and J'.ow fpeechtafs Your Eloquence onty What Friend fhi'p Method I try, ■; They end

the Language Your Beauties, when' toting f,cti the Shot innocent I looking on; [Main, Now all I can is languiih in Pain, ■> t - Acknowledge no Miftreli but one. > Your Precepts, dear Charmer, what Man dif- Your Voice like conjures; [own I now bow to Beauty, and Beauty's grand De
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

i Fcreign Mail] ' London gazette. ""' 3 ' ft 'Y* bas been pleafed to nomij® l ' ' °nftitute, ordain, and appoint, , v£^,»r, lS Majefty's molt dearly beloved er ' Edward Duke of York, ~,°f C-.tJ-' dear] y beloved Uncle William !kr s i * the raoft Rev. Father *>?r tr»i(i Archbifho
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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London, January 26.

London, January 26.

The following is his Majefty's mod gracious Anfwer to the Addrefs of the Hon.Houfe of Commons, prefentedto him at his Palace at St James's on Friday laft.—•" Gentlemen, I return you my hearty Thanks for this feafonable and afteftionate Addrefs the Aflurances contained in it give
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, January 27.

Bristol, January 27.

Cams in/met our lajf, The William, from Newfoundland and Waterford. Arrived, At Bilboa, the Ann and Elizab t Potts, from Newfoundland } at Portfmouth* 1 Granby, Furlong, from Jamaica. Laft Saturday a Trow belonging to Owner bound from hence to Gloucefter, laden wiib Pipes ot Win
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Germany.

Germany.

Arrived tbe Mailsfrm Holland and Flanders. Hamburgh, Jan. 15. It is reported, that uen. Laud«hn was but juft arrived at Vienna, when he was ordered to out again for his Armv in Advice being received, that the King with a great Part his Forces, had fallen upon Moravia, NA ' l9 :
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
 
It happened, at I was going Home, on one the l3te rainy Evenings, between Ten and Eleven, chat I was

It happened, at I was going Home, on one the l3te rainy Evenings, between Ten and Eleven, chat I was

faluted with " Sir, 'tis falfej I had not contended for theWall,had been fuited for the Weather, with a Great Coat, as you arc; nor would any Gentleman have denied the giving it." " I tell you, Sir, (replied the other) that am one of his Majefty's liege Subjects, and will theref
28 January 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England