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London, February 1.

London, February 1.

On Saturday Morning their Majefties took an Airing to Kew, and returned to St. James s about Two o'Clock. As Yefterday was kept the Anniverfary the Martyrdom King Charles I. the Sermon before the Houfe of Peers was preached by Dr. Green, Bifhop of Lincoln; and that before the Ho
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, January 27.

London, January 27.

We hear that all the Articles of the Definitive Treaty are finally adjufted, except what regards the Demolition of Dunkirk} the French Court infilling that the Report the State the ortification's of that Place, made the two Engineers, brought from Milford-Haven, and fent to Dunk
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
 
t0 6t let; Kit' > 0 p, anc * Bed-chamber, VJ n arfef > al'' r Stairs, Servant's the •

t0 6t let; Kit' > 0 p, anc * Bed-chamber, VJ n arfef > al'' r Stairs, Servant's the •

ncat 'y Cr of this Paper. LI inly ' )rove the S X K S ' in- ,' ANTI-SCORBU- £• n l the inveterate I, <S Km, Old oblti*s> If, 1 ® oie or Ulccrs, All to continued Inflama- return again, ri " Sher in Lonl'i,il«sr°sr Afield' !" ejnmertt Copper-' ' 'VtofcW J ' v „ cui dof an inve ' '
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, W"R ITERS who are afraid of being ill tho't on, left they fliould be too plain in their

the Printer, W"R ITERS who are afraid of being ill tho't on, left they fliould be too plain in their

Satire, have invented Stile called Allegory, which Means they convey their Sentiments to the Reader, without the Danger penal Infli&ions. In this Light I look uppn the Letter in your laft Paper, concerning and Wife, quarrelling about a Bread Suetty Pudding. the two Puddings may
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WARREN's true prepar'd French Chicken Gloves, For Ladies and Gentlemen, (Well known in mojl Families of Difiuißjon, for clearing and

WARREN's true prepar'd French Chicken Gloves, For Ladies and Gentlemen, (Well known in mojl Families of Difiuißjon, for clearing and

'whitening the Hands and Anns) Are fold by Warren and Comp. Perfumers, at the Golden-Fleece, Marybone-ftreet, Golden-Square, London and at Their Perfume-fhop, the upper End of Orange-Grove, Bath. At 5?. Pair. AS thefe Gloves are well approved of by many eminent Perfons, we oply
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By Authority of the King's Royal Patent, granted to Thomas Jackson, His Heirs, be. their great Wholefale Ware■L* houfe, Fleet

By Authority of the King's Royal Patent, granted to Thomas Jackson, His Heirs, be. their great Wholefale Ware■L* houfe, Fleet

- Market, London, Country Dealers may be fupplied with the following Medicines, and good Allowance to fell again. Jackfon's Tin&ure for the Rheumatifm, Gravel, Stone, Cbolic, o. Griping of the Bowels, any windy Diforders not only gives pre(ent Eafe, but if continued taking, one
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Arrinfd a Mail from Holland. Rome, December 29. have had a great Deal of Snow here n ,h Night between the 27th and «W the 28th. The Wind alfo has been sii very violent. It h?s frozen likewile very hard, and that to fuch Degree that all our public Fountains are flopped. A very ex
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GiVZETTE. Warsaw, 'Jan. 8. have no News from Courland of V ' 1 any Importance, but Count Kayzer<B w§ ling has fent a circular Letter to each «. jtt Senator of this Republic, with an Expofition of the Motives of the Emprels of Rullia for taking the Part fhe does i
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England