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Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

0N gazette. JT ,| ■ E » January it. % finally fettled 0 . «eWe'Jand, for tl >at ? Troops C„„ '-"mce, Lifntenant 1 , «»««, i arr,v d A ™- i' a °P'icl ,? ohc ar, the next gU its M that the «ll B, ftw " "'««• e . 0»' hijfp King has been aCe Evelyn Duke n ll Ward ' Keeper, and 3feC^
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
on the TIMEStT,tMa y of ,M«ns Tempers, and the i r Va ln w fame Action l "*t» e °P^

on the TIMEStT,tMa y of ,M«ns Tempers, and the i r Va ln w fame Action l "*t» e °P^

e > unaccountable.-— N i or the : tWo Philofophers, one of oth,.. . av,Qar his Fslldw Crea- Hiloc! a^ a them. in. J ' imagined, might cr»; r Uc a Scene of Polif*« th; ' ®^ nd the prefent 'if fer', Irs Government feem **,• droil upon ' IwaS ''nt r , P ete relin«ui(h my Scheme, A.
3 February 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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
 
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From the Whitehall, General, and other Evening Papers, &c. Feb. 5. Tefterday arrived a MAIL from Holland. Warfaw, (Poland) January 11. ON the 31ft of December the Court received an Exprefs, with the melancholy News, that Mr. Simolin, the Emprefs of Ruflia's Refident at Mittau, h
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
London, Feb. 5.

London, Feb. 5.

Letters from Lisbon of the 19th ult. advife, that the Euglifh Troops were in Health, being greatly inured to that Climate : That they were cantoned in Winter-Quarters, waiting for the Englifh Tranfports ro bring them to their Native Country. Letters from Hamburgh inform us, that
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
By his Excellency George Bar] of Albemarle, &c. Captain.General and Governor of the Ifland of Culfa, *

By his Excellency George Bar] of Albemarle, &c. Captain.General and Governor of the Ifland of Culfa, *

By his Excellency George Bar] of Albemarle, & c . Captain General and Governor of the Ifland of Culfa, * " tt being ftlpulated by the 7th Article of Capitulation, that no Promotion fhouid be made in the Church without the appro- bation and conlent of the Governor; his Excellency
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

It is reported that the Earl of Huntingdon will be appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. It is faid that the Fund of the Marine Society will Ihortly be augmented very confiderably ly a Royal Grant for an Aid from Parliament, in order to enable them to carry on more extenlively t
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 7.

LONDON, Feb. 7.

We hear that it is propofed to keep (landing eighty- three Regiments of Foot, of coo Men each ; of which thirteen will be kept in Great Britain ; thirty- eight in Ireland; lix (on the rrilh Eflablifhment) in Minorca; fix (on the Irilh Eflablifhment ) at Gibraltar ; and twenty in
4 February 1763 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England