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France.

France.

Paris, Jan. Laft Week, four Gens d' Armes, young Libertines, having their Evening in Debauch, on fallying from the Tavern infulted every Perfon they met; and finifhed their Frolic running one Man through the Body, who died on the Spot. They were all four arretted. The two moft g
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The T H I E F. I Tell, with equal Truth and Grief, That Chloe an errant Thief; Before the

The T H I E F. I Tell, with equal Truth and Grief, That Chloe an errant Thief; Before the

Urchin well could go, She ftole the Wh'itenefs the Snow, And more—that Whitnefs to adotn, She ftole the Blu/hes of the Morn Stole all the Softoefs pours On Primrol'e Buds vernal Show Vs. There's no repeating all lverWiles, She ftole the Graces winning Smiles ; 'Twas quickly feen
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
t\/Hereas feveral Gentlemen hay ▼ V been, kind as to exert the™ e V Behalf the poor Sufferers by Fire

t\/Hereas feveral Gentlemen hay ▼ V been, kind as to exert the™ e V Behalf the poor Sufferers by Fire

at Wareham, and have fent in their feveral Bene a ' 10 » firing Tome Acknowledgment in tie pu >- peri The Truftee? for this Charily think pro. per to declare, that it is their Intention to lay before the Public a full Account what has and (hall be received in this Behalf, proper
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Y DELIA: A Song. MUSE, propitious, whilft I write, Aflift youthful Lays ; And to Thoughts Convey new Light, To

Y DELIA: A Song. MUSE, propitious, whilft I write, Aflift youthful Lays ; And to Thoughts Convey new Light, To

fmg Delia's Praife. When the lovely Maid I faw, No Mortal e'er can tell .With what profound, tho' pleafing Awe, Before her Feet I fell. The glitt'iing Diamonds of her Eves, Warm Pafllons did create ; Her Breads, that glowing rife, Has deftin'd now my Fate. The God Love, that wan
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
v -rx _■£ PllCe Two ENC ny j ier n the Citvi and confequently a greater Number Readers, and more

v -rx _■£ PllCe Two ENC ny j ier n the Citvi and confequently a greater Number Readers, and more

beneficial to. ' ar tal, - his Pa P e, '» ( whicb hat abfolutely a much more extenfive Circulation t _ Collins, at Salifbury Mr. Jacki'oM, Oxford Mr. Raikes, at Oloticdlter Mr.Goadhy, 'p^fV > " ,n by Mv. Newbery, Bookl'elkr, in London; Mr. Cadtll, in Spencer, at Exetec ; Mr. fiu
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A compad: Freehold Eftate, Upwards of 501. per Annum, Well water"d, with other NeceflTaries belongin to the fame very convenient

A compad: Freehold Eftate, Upwards of 501. per Annum, Well water"d, with other NeceflTaries belongin to the fame very convenient

for Bath and other Markets. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Yescombe, Attorney, in Bath. By Authority of the King's Royal Patent, DR. Bate man's Pe&oral DROPS, prepared by Dicey and Okell, in -Church- Yard, London; which, for more than fifty Tears, have been unfa erf all
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, JOHN , SJLK-MEK ; the L oVVF. R j T'AKP.S this Method to ; Friends ana Cuftomcrs, tV. March

BATH, JOHN , SJLK-MEK ; the L oVVF. R j T'AKP.S this Method to ; Friends ana Cuftomcrs, tV. March

next to remove from Head, on Ludgate-Hill> he hopes the Continuance t ' lc ' o, ' derS * has now fine Allbrtment 1 „J Armozeens, Sattins, plain . ' 1, felling at Prime-coit; and Fan* 1 '* not new, much uiidei". Z,m ©ay is y In Two Volumes Twelves, r j The I D Lli ;/■ By the Auth
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A MAN and his WIFE, Who underftand a Dairy very well, are clean neat People, have no Family, and have

A MAN and his WIFE, Who underftand a Dairy very well, are clean neat People, have no Family, and have

had the Small-Pox. Such Perfons, by applying to Mr. John Barton, at Corfley-Heath, near Warminrter, in Wiltfhire, may hear of Place worth their Acceptance. lie And enter d immediately, A Four-Stall STABLE And a COACH-HOUSE, Behind Edgar's-Buildings, near the Circus. * m * Enquir
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, January 29.

London, January 29.

Our laft Letters from P.iris fay, that the Plenipotentiaries were waiting with the utmoft Impatience for the Return of the Britifli Courier with the Ultimatum of that Court. The fame Letters add, that fomany uuforefeen Obflacles arofe, and frefli Obje&ions darted, on both Sides,
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, February 3.

Bath, February 3.

Arriv'd here, Sir Sam"*;' and Mrs. Drummond, ' r»' Dawfon, Mr. and Mrs. G«jrJ? Woodroff, Mr. and Mrs. J eU W a Smith, Mr. and Mrs. c,e^ ve ; Iff. V v vcns, Mr. and Mrs. Muck' v ■. Scrivner, Mr. and Mrs. Yeafiner, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Bovd, Mr. Smyth, M'-J gent, Mr. Carlyer, Mr.Bark'
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England