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Bath, March 14, 1763* James and Peter Ferry, SILK-WEAVERS, In LONDON,—and the Corner » Leave to acquaint thofe Laij dies

Bath, March 14, 1763* James and Peter Ferry, SILK-WEAVERS, In LONDON,—and the Corner » Leave to acquaint thofe Laij dies

have (h»ll pI~W » honour them with their Commands, that their Las.CE and Fresh Assortment SPRING SILKS, Made for this present Season, is compleated and brought f.om London. Confift.ng; ot many new and elegant Patterns, Gold, Silver, and Silk Flower*d, Figur'd, Enameled, r 'P Spo
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Done at Paris the of February, BEDFORD, C. P. S. (L. S.) CHOISEUL, Due de Praslin. (L. S.) Marquis de

Done at Paris the of February, BEDFORD, C. P. S. (L. S.) CHOISEUL, Due de Praslin. (L. S.) Marquis de

GRIMALDI. (L.S.) SEPARATE ARTICLES. of theTitlesmade Ufc of by the Collie tracting Powers, either in the Full Powers, andl other Afts, during the Courfe of the Negotiation, or in the Preamble of the'prefent Treaty, not being generally acknowledged 5 it 'hrs been agreed, that no
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, March 22.

London, March 22.

This Day at Noon Peace was proclaimed, purfuant to his Majefty's Warrant, the following Mannner, viz. At 10 o'Clock. the Officers of Arms affembled at James's Gate, properly apparelled, on Horfeback; when the Proclamation was read with the ufual Solemnity. From thence they march
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ANACREON, Ode ii, on Himfelf, OFT, with wanton Smiles and Jeers, Women tell I'm in Years the Mirror when I

ANACREON, Ode ii, on Himfelf, OFT, with wanton Smiles and Jeers, Women tell I'm in Years the Mirror when I

view, Find, alas they tell true ; Find my wrinkled Forehead ire, And regret my falling Hair j White and few, alas I find All that Time has left behind. But my Hairs, if thus they fall, but few, or none at all, Afking not, I*ll never (hare Fruitlefs Knowledge, fruit'efs Cire. Thi
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
N ».t'>CH,v NDALL ' INa -S.HOP, l^ e S ollth te ' Pierpoint Street, near '° the aradc BATH .

N ».t'>CH,v NDALL ' INa -S.HOP, l^ e S ollth te ' Pierpoint Street, near '° the aradc BATH .

rea fonable Terms, s AlSo^»f china, Tea and ENGLISH : 0f d Chocolate, 1 " hio-h ft p. d ~ Flavour ' and'rr e Affortmentof Bowls, p S at ijt l,re cn's : Foreign blue afld 'and er Foreign blue 3: +'• Se <> °' 'Ik a 'f • s f at 7 s- P er ® et » com * ' »' Vv > ' nt 0 ? 1 s * to s'*
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BATH, March, JOHN PRITCHARD, SILK-MERCER, On the Lower. Walks, TAKES this Method to inform his Friends and Cuftomcrs, that intends

BATH, March, JOHN PRITCHARD, SILK-MERCER, On the Lower. Walks, TAKES this Method to inform his Friends and Cuftomcrs, that intends

this Month to remove from thence to the Turk s- Head, on Ludgate-Hill, LONDON, where be hopes the Continuance of their Favours and Orders. has now fine Aflortment of black undrefs'd Armozeen-s, Sattins, plain Silks, and Crapes, felling Pnme-colt; and fancicd Silks, that are not
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TREATY OF PEACE.

TREATY OF PEACE.

th n jCi Ma ' eft y. the mod Chrifof Spain j concluded 763 to the fame Day. :'/"*> 'rj and undivided Trinity, be*. 'n to w hom it fhall, mW anner belong—lt has nion an?'? l ° C, ' ffule lhe Sp '" "s(rf Vif Concord amo,, the , rea d Troubles in !>to«°; ,d " »o inipire them fe th
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LOndon, March 19.

LOndon, March 19.

We hear that his Majefty has been to appoint Philip Stanhope, Eiq. Minifter to the Court of Munich and that Ralph Woodford, Efq. his Majefty's late Secretary of Embafly to the Catholic King, fucceeds him as the King's Refident at Hamburgh. Diffentions are faid to run very high a
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
1 of his , tl , TN the Name of the nity, Father Son and .' f/l it known to

1 of his , tl , TN the Name of the nity, Father Son and .' f/l it known to

all thofc t° '] pLU't . belong : The Ambaffadors Britannic Majefly his , jrig '• $ ~■/ of his mofl Catholic Mdjefly* fi C \,4t' figged Paris, the iotb °j Definitive Treaty of ea C?.' . the Tenor of which is as foll°' ' ■ [Fiat And the (aid Ambaffadors a fW L ing in friendly Mann
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Two-Pence Halfpenny.] 11 '^. V^t!,e for this Paper, (which abfolutely much more extenf.ve Circulation in the City; andl consequently a

Two-Pence Halfpenny.] 11 '^. V^t!,e for this Paper, (which abfolutely much more extenf.ve Circulation in the City; andl consequently a

greater Number Readers, and more beneficial VVT Car! tta in by Mr. Newbery, Bookielhr, in London Mr. Cadell, Bnftol } Mr. Colhns, Sal.foury Mr. Jackfon, at Oxford Mr. Raikes, Glouctfter t^l »h p' at ells • Mr. Coney, Bridgewater ; Mrs. Chaulklin, Taunton Mr. Spencer at Exeter Mr
24 March 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England