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T in the Country, j tr arr London. tke Letter publtjb'd loft Thurfday. you * ear » ur V°ur kind

T in the Country, j tr arr London. tke Letter publtjb'd loft Thurfday. you * ear » ur V°ur kind

Letter, with you but you ll a t ® ou > Ido not at defire to ti. ■ , i e ' ent - You know I never wa% rs.' 5 Noife of a Town Life; v *, en r P' ea^ure °f your Sob\S le '7 '° !ce<l at 't Jong sgo. » y dear Harriet, blame '° nate on dnels you for ecb,I y as y° u > i I^,lV. i:ini wh
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Price Two-Pence Halfpenny. for this Paper are taken the Printing-Office in Stall-Street, 3*. each Time, if (hortj lender Or.cs Proportion.

Price Two-Pence Halfpenny. for this Paper are taken the Printing-Office in Stall-Street, 3*. each Time, if (hortj lender Or.cs Proportion.

- -'The Bath C*ROjiCi.t and WEEKLY c 4,n London Br.lto! Plymouth Exeter Tiverton, Taunton, Bridgeware, V* ells, Shepton-Mallet, Bruton, Frome, Gluuccfter, Cireaceftcr, r Chelttnham, Hereford, Worcefter, Kidde.minfter, Bewdley, Brid «on h , Shr« w fl, U Eilmingham ' Warwick, Oxfo
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SINCERITY. OTHOU, who art enamour'd with the Bea\»- iki Truth, infixed thy Heart the Simplicity her Charms; hold faft thy

SINCERITY. OTHOU, who art enamour'd with the Bea\»- iki Truth, infixed thy Heart the Simplicity her Charms; hold faft thy

Fidelity her, and toifake her not j the Constancy thy Virtue (hall crown thee with Honour. The Tongue the Sincere is rooted his Heart} Hypocril'y and Deceit have no in his Words. biuftuth at Faifhood, and confounded; but flaking the Truth hatha rteadv Eye. •he lupperteth the Dig
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, March 2.

London, March 2.

Thurfday laft the Grand Fleet, after being joined hy the Ships the Down.-, laile.i from Spiihead with a fair- Wind at N. N. E. one the greateft Fleets that ever failed from England, which induced great Number Diftinaion to go to Portfmouth to fee it. It thought by fome People, t
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, February 27.

London, February 27.

•~ are informed by fome Engliffi Officers that came over by the lalt Packet, and left the Army iu Germany on the Inft. that the Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick. was then preparing to go upon lecret Expedition. Two Gentlemen, who came over by the laft Packet from Germany, report,
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Bath, March 4.

Bath, March 4.

'(£3* TbePuhltc are defied to be careful 9 i POPE'/ Bath Chronicle ;as tl A the Bath Advertiser (a Saturday's I 'J <l / ter'd bis Day of Publication to Thurid*7>/'/ J our Propofals were JirJt difiributed / rated Pan of our Title, viz. Bath therefore give this necejfary Caution *
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A fhort ExiraCt from The late Rev. Mr. T. G—'s Chriftian Directions to his Parilhioners, [Begun in our 15. Neither

A fhort ExiraCt from The late Rev. Mr. T. G—'s Chriftian Directions to his Parilhioners, [Begun in our 15. Neither

defpife Afflictions, nor faint Undei them. Quietly bear all LofTes and Croflcs, both in Oppolition to all inivard Repining and outward Murmuring. Your Afflictions are deiigned for your Good. The Lord cbajieneth us for our Profit. If the Fault be not in ourfelves, the greateft Cr
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Chemicals, Galenicals, Drugs, Books, Houfliold Furniture, &c. Of ISAAC CABELL, Of the City of Bath, APOTHECARY: Leaving off Trade.

The Chemicals, Galenicals, Drugs, Books, Houfliold Furniture, &c. Of ISAAC CABELL, Of the City of Bath, APOTHECARY: Leaving off Trade.

Fpr further Particulars, enquire Mr. Glazby, in Bath or Mr. Bridges, Architect, in Briftol. All indebted the faid Isaac Cabell, are defired to pay their refpe&ive Debts to Mr. Glazby, or Mr. Bridges, or they will be without further Notice: And all Periods to whom the Isaac CabEL
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To C JE I A. WHEN Jove with fair Alcmena lay, He kept the Sun a-bed all Day ; That

To C JE I A. WHEN Jove with fair Alcmena lay, He kept the Sun a-bed all Day ; That

he might tafte her wond'rous Chaims Two Nights together in her Arms. Were I of C/elia's Charms poffeft, Malting on that delicious Brealt, And could, like Jove, thy Beams reftrain, Sun, thou fhould'ft never rife again j Unfated with the lufcious I'd one dear eternal Kifs. H. F. E
4 March 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. Hamburgh, Feb. 18. E are pretty certainly informed here, notv/ithftanding there is as yet no Agreement figned for Ceflation of Arms between the Prufiians and Ruffians, that Orders have, however, been lent, the Part of both Courts, to ceafe committing of
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England