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Bristol, April 9.

Bristol, April 9.

Arrived at the HOT-Wells.-* The Dean of Oflory, Capt. Weft, Mr. Blacltaller, Mr. and Mrs.Thompfon, Mr, and Mr.MalTe, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Mackenzie, Mifs Douglafj, Mifs VVright, &c. &c. Came in fince our lajt, The Fanny, PoweJ, from Lond on. . 9t <o Arrived, At Africa* the Arabella
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
'Ztx Lett, Immediately, A pleafant Airy HOUSE, Rooms on a Floor, Situated near the Crofs-Bath j and lately in the

'Ztx Lett, Immediately, A pleafant Airy HOUSE, Rooms on a Floor, Situated near the Crofs-Bath j and lately in the

PofTeifton the Hon. Mrs. Arundell. For Particulars, enquire of Mr. King, Coach- Maftcr, in Bath. lie &aID, At William Martin's, in George-Street, near Gay-Street, Bath, GENLEEL, STRONG, CHESNUT GELDING, FIVE YEARS Old, Fifteen Hands and better ; \v3lks, trots, and gallops, as we
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the MONITOR. No. 400.

From the MONITOR. No. 400.

THE firft Account the Royal Prerogative confuted oply i»> the Power of creating the Ndbilifty, the confirming and executing the Laws, the pardoning and the coining of Money, Value could not be altered abated without the Confent the general Afifemblyi And when boundlefs Ambition
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, April 12.

London, April 12.

We hear that Thomas Orby Hunter, and James Harris, Efq. Lords of the Admiralty, are appointed Lords of the Treafnry, in the Room of Sir James Dafliwood "fcnd James Ofwald, Efq. That Admiral Coates and Lord Digby will fucceed them Lords of the Admiralty. And That Sir George Pococ
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

the Printer, &c. BY the Aft for granting to his Majefty certain Duties upon all Cyder and Perry, it is

laid, The Duties upon Cyder and Perry, made in England, to be under the Receipt and Management of the Commiflioners and Officers of Excife there and thofe in Scotland under like Officers there." Now, I (hould take it as a Favour, if you, or any of your Correfpondents, would info
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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JAMES MAGGS, Bristol and Bath For upwards of 40 Years TAKES this Method to acquaint the Public, that for the

JAMES MAGGS, Bristol and Bath For upwards of 40 Years TAKES this Method to acquaint the Public, that for the

better Convenience of thofe Perfons who pleafe to employ h.m, his STAGE WAGGON fhall conltantly go and re turn every Day in the Week (Sundays excepted) —All Goods fent by him will be tak t,le , mod Care of, and if any Thing fhould be loft, or accidentally damag'd in the Carnage,
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, April 7.

London, April 7.

When the Bill for laying additional Duties on Wines, Cyder and Perry, pafled the Houfe Lords, many of them entered Protefts againft paffing the fame into aLaw, as being unconftitutional, the Exteniion of the Excife Laws, and inconfiftent with the Rights and Privileges free Peopl
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, April 9.

London, April 9.

and not before, the Right Hon, th*- Earl of flute refigned his Place firft Lord the Treafury. We are affured that his Lordlhip intends retire, for the future, from all public Bufinefs, and fets out with his Lady and Family 'in few Days for in Yorkfhire, his Lordfhip propofes to
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

From the LO N DO N GAZ EIT E. Vienna, March 9. Day being the Keaft of the Arch- duke, it was celebrated here, with great Pofrrp. The Pruflian Officers, si the Number which amounts to near two hundred, were admitted to their Majefties and the Imperial Family at Dinner. Great Civi
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Ratisbon, March »8. 1 "P eriai M3jetly has named Count Seidewitz, Imperial Con-Commiflary H here, his Commiflary for the Ele&ion of new Bifhop Rati (ban for which Prince Clement of Saxony, the Bilhop the Prorolt EIF- Count Cotiingsfeid, arc Candidates. C
14 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England