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London, April 23.

London, April 23.

Lord Vifcount Weymouth is appointed Matter the Horie to her Majttty, in the Room of Earl Harcourt, Lord Chamberlain her Majefty's Houfehold, the Room of the Earl of Northumberland, appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. It is faid that the Hon. Charles Yorke, Efq. will foon rcfig
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, April 28.

Bath, April 28.

Arriv'd here, Duke Nivernois, Lord and Lady Fane, Lord Charles Spccer, Lord Trevor, Lord Littleton and Son, Lady Herbert, Sir B.iynton Kolt, Sir Jo'in Seahiight, Gen. Ellifon, Gen. Severin, Gen. Duroure and Lady, Gen. •>abine, Gen. Armiger, Col. Col. arleron, Major Long, Major B
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Price Only SIX-PENCE> The SECOND EDITION (With Large Additions) NEW BATH 1 GUIDE: Or, Pock et-Compan ion : Nectflary for

Price Only SIX-PENCE> The SECOND EDITION (With Large Additions) NEW BATH 1 GUIDE: Or, Pock et-Compan ion : Nectflary for

all Perfons refiding at, or refortto this anucnt and opulent City, Giving an Account its Antiquity, fix ft Difcovery its Waters; Dclcription tlife City and its Buildings down to theprefent Time; and much more correal Account than any yet publifh'd of the going out and coming in
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sold, Whole/ale and Retaili By WILIAM EVILL, At his Shop oppofite the White-Lion the Market-Place, BA'i H, The Following Goods,

Sold, Whole/ale and Retaili By WILIAM EVILL, At his Shop oppofite the White-Lion the Market-Place, BA'i H, The Following Goods,

viz. ALL Sorts of Silver, and Pinchbeck Watchcs, which are nm-le by a very good Workman, and I will warrant every good 'that I fell Four Guineas a;,' J innvards. and will engage to keep in I'epair for feveil Years, or longer requir'd ; the flift Year gratis, and as. 6d. a Year a
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EPIGRAM. wife Man foys, or I have quite forgot, Wee H> the Wicked, for his Name/ball rot ■, in Placc

EPIGRAM. wife Man foys, or I have quite forgot, Wee H> the Wicked, for his Name/ball rot ■, in Placc

I've read, I think, The Name if bim tbat"i mijehievous /ball Jiink. Oh let His rot and let it ftink, to boot, That cura'd with fitch Tax our yearly Fruit. To Mr. of Bath, On bit the Author with having written Jome Lines in Praife of two Ladies. No, no, my Friend, to me belong no
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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o? ' j FAILAN ' , Being} neatly fitted up, bles with Stalls, and twelve • unto belonging, with R'S

o? ' j FAILAN ' , Being} neatly fitted up, bles with Stalls, and twelve • unto belonging, with R'S

Wraxall Hills, and ie if i a Pleaftnt Dowji, within. tt» in the County of Somerlet;, J' | from the Hotwells, and four 1 j frequented the Gentlemeni Places; and where il?e Hundreds of Bedminlter and ,n hold their Meetings;—it ae l ' > Enquire of Cann Wilk.in s » County, Efq. Bris
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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, April 26.

London, April 26.

There is not the leaft Foundation for the Report in fome of the Papers, of Mr. Grenville's resigning. We hear that the St. Carlos and St. Jago, the two Ships from the Carraccas, which were taken by our Men of War, &c. have fi on) 30 to 40,0001. The above Ships are now coming to
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sap if Price 3s. €d. neatly bound Variety of Copper-Plates, „■: The NEW PA Or, Fabulous flfcA; then Gods, d

Sap if Price 3s. €d. neatly bound Variety of Copper-Plates, „■: The NEW PA Or, Fabulous flfcA; then Gods, d

4. Explain d in a Manner E And render'd much more ro^',4 therto publifli'd for thofe jfV» cc!' Hiltory, Poetry, Painting, . ' dais, &c. and particularly 31 1 . jV v An Explanation •of the logy the Autients, 1 ll ? 11 (es, the Egyptian, Grecian,, Hiftorians, Philosophers, J.' By
28 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. Nuremberg, April hear, that Major Wolfling, Imperial CommifTary, and Lieutenant WT General Willich, Pruflian Commif- U J 3t re^en » Ave agreed 011 the sfollowing Convention t(>uching the Exchange of the Prisoners of the Empire, and Piufiians. I. he Gener
28 April 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England