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Recelyes for Making friendship, Antical and Motors.

Recelyes for Making friendship, Antical and Motors.

find curious t v Unit?^ oma Friendftiip 3 efteemed in thole C were wifhou^ ;t - in \»i s » l His . l hey were indebted Tfc Ce, P , had it in the l'"V i'Wi? •'°H "'°' t ' Roman Friendftiip N,S?>"»». N<?• "> ftv on °f H«m, (a fine >, griefs p Part of the Kingdom) j flnt erefted ,
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Heads of the Cyder Bill.

Heads of the Cyder Bill.

Mi y *761, additional S,'tt ?«r, * «<• P'rrr. viz. W 1 ", 1*" and v'" td 5 ' T°" » teC * l|C r (~>t being i n feXfecl ' ofls '- fo, " c " j Dd Perry made in Owners andManageiK'w\k and Officers ofEx' X b d » "der like Of- r ' rs appoint a fuffi- and l^e Duties (hall 1 Cr a a, £ f
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
in facred Wor/hip to the Cod of Day, S-iveeteJi Perfumes in every Age difplay In antient Temples the grateful Scent,

in facred Wor/hip to the Cod of Day, S-iveeteJi Perfumes in every Age difplay In antient Temples the grateful Scent,

And modern Altars tvhere the Knees are bent. arren and Co. Perfumers, At the Golden-Fleece, in Marybone-ftreet, Golden-Square, London j and at Their Perfume-fhop, the upper End of Orange-Grove\ Bath, PRepare and fell the following Articles, viz. His perpetual Essence Flowers, al
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH. W. TAYLOR, Bookfeller, Stationer, and Print-feller, (From Mr. LEAKE) At his Shop in the Church-Yard, HA S a feleft

BATH. W. TAYLOR, Bookfeller, Stationer, and Print-feller, (From Mr. LEAKE) At his Shop in the Church-Yard, HA S a feleft

CollcAion of the moft modern enteraining Books, which he lends to read 011 the following Terms, viz. 10s. 6d. per Year, 3 s. per Quarter, is. 6d. per Month, or by the fingle Volui .e. He likewife fells (Wholefale or Retail) all Sorts of Books, and Stationary Wares, on the moftre
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Extem P° re fiver at other Simplon mS> Hervey. hL ' htS ' Man " CrVCS hIS |' ' S

Extem P° re fiver at other Simplon mS> Hervey. hL ' htS ' Man " CrVCS hIS |' ' S

Country's FoesaltVm UBh, y n !° m °re dittant Skies ; th Throne, n » l a 'ound it flione. KSftV tCU MB£,HE R VEV, tIIUS O* • d Une ual F 'g ht n r '\ n more great, y aai t ex P their Fate. v'tl *» vr ith Virtue join'd ! 1 o,m iheirMind. W 0, e fat E ; Land encreafe ll >ev S *aio
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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A Hou.se in the King's Circus, Late in Pofleffion of Lady HARTOP. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Jelly, Carpenter, or Mr.

A Hou.se in the King's Circus, Late in Pofleffion of Lady HARTOP. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Jelly, Carpenter, or Mr.

John Ford, Maio:i, in Chailes-Street, the City of Bath. -f be ©old .fee, The DWELLING-HOUSE Gardens and Orchards, Of the Late Charles Holder, Efq. Bath-Hampton, About Mile from the City of Bath, and pleafantly fituated. For further Particulars, enquire at the Houfe, or of Mr. Le
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

5. Ycfterday, and not before, the right hon. the carl of Bute refigned his place of firft lord of the treafury. We are aflured his lordfhip intends to retire, for the future, from all publick bufinefs, and fets out with his lady and family in few days for Harrowgate in Yorkfhirc
18 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERD E E N.

ABERD E E N.

•A VERT I S M E T S 3y Order of the Managers of the Infirmary of Aberdeen, WHEREAS many Purifies 'within the Bounds of the Synod of Aberdeen, have, notvoithfanding repeated Appointments by the revd. Synod, fill negleSed to make the CoHefiions for ‘Support the Infirmary at Aberde
18 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN: Primed and fold James Chalmers. [Price Two Half Penny.

ABERDEEN: Primed and fold James Chalmers. [Price Two Half Penny.

18 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MI SC E.LDAN.E OUS ARTICLES. WnitEHALL Evening-Post, Jpril 14. THE king df Denmark has fold his plantations of Santa-Cfuz, as

MI SC E.LDAN.E OUS ARTICLES. WnitEHALL Evening-Post, Jpril 14. THE king df Denmark has fold his plantations of Santa-Cfuz, as

well as the royal fugar refinery at.Chriftiatjlhatin, to the Baron de Schinielmann, for the fum of 400,000 crowns. 2. We learn from Paris, that the duke de Praflin had fignified to M. de BerkenroJe, the Dutch ambaflador, tbaf, in confequetice of certain meafutes taken with the c
25 April 1763 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland