Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 789 articles

The EXETER (In TWO „ g-n-g ,n 'f SAT out from the LAM® , Bath, Friday the *5 1 .

The EXETER (In TWO „ g-n-g ,n 'f SAT out from the LAM® , Bath, Friday the *5 1 .

continue every MONDAY 3,1 the Summer. Carries P '^ Exeter, at One Guinea each ; .f,de,p b< Road in Proportion. <»' and Children in Lap, Ha»- ,r low'd 141b. Weight, tor all a per Pound. f Thomas - ' s 0 Perform d | John No Plate, Mdney, y counted for, if loft, unlefs en fuch. By
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Privilege of the Cardinals. IN as-a Man going to Execution, along Street in Paris, the Cardinal de St. wasdifchargcd

A Privilege of the Cardinals. IN as-a Man going to Execution, along Street in Paris, the Cardinal de St. wasdifchargcd

a Word from Cardinal. The College ol'Cardjoals have ever pretended the Privilege's antieatl'y theiVeftol Jiad! at Rome) faii.'ig ftfn aftinnipg,- that they came in.'ltis merely Accident. . v J "■ ••• ' ' l i 1
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. l^c A . ccounts which the Diet of „ jjv* Franconia have ordered to be made, the Forage by the Cir£*in ' e to P«®ncl» during the War, which is not yet paid for, but which they expeCl the Payment of the Court France the Arrears amount to Two Millions Eight
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Epitaph on Blind Man. all muft die, alas and Life't Bubble of thofe who're dead, Death dos'd thei But here'lies

Epitaph on Blind Man. all muft die, alas and Life't Bubble of thofe who're dead, Death dos'd thei But here'lies

one who, Death that Tioubl< Had clofdkis ten Years d.
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
at Norwood Farm, In the of Norton St. Philip s, Quantity OAK and ASH Likewife to be Sold at the

at Norwood Farm, In the of Norton St. Philip s, Quantity OAK and ASH Likewife to be Sold at the

faidFarm, about Forty Tons of HAY, exceedingly well hinted. For Particulars enquire of Mr. W.ld, of Charter-Houfe-H.nton; Mr. Skurray, of Beckington or of Thomas Pearce, Norton St. Philip's aforefaid. BRISTOL. the Great Mu sick-Room in Princes-Street, On Wednesday the April will
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
0 the Printer, SIP, I AM rich old and like other nntieniGentlemen that Order, very fond being indulged in all

0 the Printer, SIP, I AM rich old and like other nntieniGentlemen that Order, very fond being indulged in all

my odd Humours, and of always having own Way. This is one I fiever married, for my Wife had been a Ihrewifh Termagant, (he would have killed me. and if (he had been tame domeftic Animal ftiould have killed her- But the Way Life I have now fallen into is of all others the beft ca
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Unknown

Unknown

31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
*'"■ *,• and P, H ' ,7t Ferry, V p Q to ' BAXH ' . 1 thole La* >Sll

*'"■ *,• and P, H ' ,7t Ferry, V p Q to ' BAXH ' . 1 thole La* >Sll

A?! oni inan to * honour ' thtir L *" OE SIL KS, V' ">JGold, silver, and tha narae,ed ' Stri P' d ' tr ncw Patterns will from their Looms in o"ice,0 "ice, ' L ' iy6l ' XVS buiir 0 are inclined to y all"* of the BRIDGE Thomas Sy- <J«l- r °Pof-1 Ces ' at an y Time after f'• furnil
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, March 29.

London, March 29.

Monday their Majefties, by Proxy, ftood Sponiors to the new born Son of her Grace the Duchefs of Hamilton, and the Marquifs of Lorn, eldett Son of the Duke of Argyle, at their Houfe in Bond-ftreet, who was chriftened by the Names of George John; his Majefty was reprefented by Lo
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JAMES MAGGS, Bristol and Bath Carrier, For upwards of Years pajt, this Method to acquaint the Public, that for the

JAMES MAGGS, Bristol and Bath Carrier, For upwards of Years pajt, this Method to acquaint the Public, that for the

better Conveniency of thofe Perfons who pleafe to employ him, his STAGE WAGGON lhall conftantly go and return every Day in the Week (Sundays excepted) —All Goods lent by him will be taken the utmoft Care of; and if any Thing Ihould be loft, or accidentally damag'd in the Carriag
31 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England