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Recelyes for Making friendship, Antical and Motors.

Recelyes for Making friendship, Antical and Motors.

find curious t v Unit?^ oma Friendftiip 3 efteemed in thole C were wifhou^ ;t - in \»i s » l His . l hey were indebted Tfc Ce, P , had it in the l'"V i'Wi? •'°H "'°' t ' Roman Friendftiip N,S?>"»». N<?• "> ftv on °f H«m, (a fine >, griefs p Part of the Kingdom) j flnt erefted ,
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Heads of the Cyder Bill.

Heads of the Cyder Bill.

Mi y *761, additional S,'tt ?«r, * «<• P'rrr. viz. W 1 ", 1*" and v'" td 5 ' T°" » teC * l|C r (~>t being i n feXfecl ' ofls '- fo, " c " j Dd Perry made in Owners andManageiK'w\k and Officers ofEx' X b d » "der like Of- r ' rs appoint a fuffi- and l^e Duties (hall 1 Cr a a, £ f
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

laid, The Duties upon Cyder and Perry, made in England, to be under the Receipt and Management of the Commiflioners and Officers of Excife there and thofe in Scotland under like Officers there." Now, I (hould take it as a Favour, if you, or any of your Correfpondents, would info
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
in facred Wor/hip to the Cod of Day, S-iveeteJi Perfumes in every Age difplay In antient Temples the grateful Scent,

in facred Wor/hip to the Cod of Day, S-iveeteJi Perfumes in every Age difplay In antient Temples the grateful Scent,

And modern Altars tvhere the Knees are bent. arren and Co. Perfumers, At the Golden-Fleece, in Marybone-ftreet, Golden-Square, London j and at Their Perfume-fhop, the upper End of Orange-Grove\ Bath, PRepare and fell the following Articles, viz. His perpetual Essence Flowers, al
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On the Inftability of the brighteft human Perfections. WHEN Winter's Gems of frozen Dew Reflefl the golden Ray, The Sun

On the Inftability of the brighteft human Perfections. WHEN Winter's Gems of frozen Dew Reflefl the golden Ray, The Sun

that gilds, deftroys them too } In Tears they melt away. When Spring's gay Vj'lets bloom Noon, And od'rous Gales fupply, Nipt by the Evening's Froft, how foon Tneir Bloom and Odours fly The Summer's Rofe, in dewy Morn Full blown, the Garden's Plume, Noon fcatters from the naked
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, the Sign oftheHATand Beaver, the tipped End of the Maiket-Piace, Bath, Akes and Sells all

THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, the Sign oftheHATand Beaver, the tipped End of the Maiket-Piace, Bath, Akes and Sells all

Sorts of Hats, vvholefale and Retail. L.kew.fe black and white Beavers, and black and white Ditto f«r young Gentlemen, ioug an atn. Whoever buys Hats of him depend on their keeping out the Rain, and holding their Colour to the hft. , N. B. He ha< juft laid a large Aaortment ot G
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH. W. TAYLOR, Bookfeller, Stationer, and Print-feller, (From Mr. LEAKE) At his Shop in the Church-Yard, HA S a feleft

BATH. W. TAYLOR, Bookfeller, Stationer, and Print-feller, (From Mr. LEAKE) At his Shop in the Church-Yard, HA S a feleft

CollcAion of the moft modern enteraining Books, which he lends to read 011 the following Terms, viz. 10s. 6d. per Year, 3 s. per Quarter, is. 6d. per Month, or by the fingle Volui .e. He likewife fells (Wholefale or Retail) all Sorts of Books, and Stationary Wares, on the moftre
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On the Arrival of the Lord Clive and her Conforts in the River Plate, they were oppolld the following Ships,

On the Arrival of the Lord Clive and her Conforts in the River Plate, they were oppolld the following Ships,

which, after ihort Conteft, furrendered, viz. the Conception Ark, of i too Tons Burthen, mounting Guns, commanded Sig. Don Fooftcre; the Sanfli Barbara, of 80c Tons, mounting Guns, commanded ; the Sambrounc, of 800 ons, mounting jo Guns, commanded by Sig. Don Rodney Sambroune; t
23 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON. July 21.

LONDON. July 21.

Letters from Berlin Hill fay, that Treaty of Alliance, and of Commerce, between that Court and the Court Peterllurg, is on the Carpet; and is reported that the King of Pr.iitla was enlilling Men even in Wellphalia, and the Lower Rhine. Letterj from Hamburg prctcuci to fay, that
23 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TO BE LETT,

TO BE LETT,

Aill enttreJ immeJietelf , at Mictaelmni next ; at HALT ON, in the Count)' e/Bucks, FARM confiding of a good **■ Meffitagc or Tenement, Barns, Stables, and Dovehoufc, and >67 Acres of Arable Land lying togelli r in the Common Field* Hal ton efottftid and Acres of inclofed Meadow
23 July 1763 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England