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London September 13.

London September 13.

It is again ftronger reported at the St. James's Ei.d of the Town, that their Majefties will vifit the Univerfity of Oxford in about a Fortnight's Time; and that great Preparations are making at Lord Harcourf's at Newnhain for their Reception, their Majeftics intending to jUay t
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London September. 8.

London September. 8.

We hear that the following Noblemen will Tomorrow kifs his Majefty's Hand for the following high Employments. The Duke of Leeds, on his being appointed Prefident of the Council. The Earl of Sandwich, Secretary of State for the Northern Department. The Earl of Halifax Secretary f
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
,S, E °f t-. A au ty. to, 11 the lo f"pe- HL* ar e, ® W orld ber '

,S, E °f t-. A au ty. to, 11 the lo f"pe- HL* ar e, ® W orld ber '

ut y And a V"''y«r» W °f el Peft't N u pidly in\*V^H«.°,Uta?ai!!?onand A Fair Sex » - r' c| > 't. Uine nt, they S'\»M°V h ' o p "w»rofE " trail '' malicious > ft % h r lU-N'a% o^ cia" * are the ev?A^itihT" to Lov « and 7 Sue?- t>iflilc e * a e tainted, then , .'5*; .o a****- it:
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BRADFORD ASSEMBLY, Will be on Thurfday the 22d Inft. at the new Room the IVhite-Swan. Co tie Genteely FURNISH'D, A

BRADFORD ASSEMBLY, Will be on Thurfday the 22d Inft. at the new Room the IVhite-Swan. Co tie Genteely FURNISH'D, A

very good HOUSE, Three Rooms on Floor, With all Conveniences ; Situate near the Abbey-Green. * * For Particular, enquire of Mrs. GIBBON, Millener, in the Church-Yard. Bath, Sept. 8, 1763. 31 ett, &>etjen Compleatly Furnish'd, A Houfe in St. James s-fireet^ Of two Rooms on a Floo
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol Bridge-Office, August 8, 1763. 'T t HE Eftimates for Rebuilding Briftol Briage, already delivered, appearing to the Truftees to

Bristol Bridge-Office, August 8, 1763. 'T t HE Eftimates for Rebuilding Briftol Briage, already delivered, appearing to the Truftees to

be' vaftly too large; Notice is hereby given to all Perfons inclinable to undertake the building fuch Bridge, and who can give good Security for the Execution of the Contra#, •that the Truftees appointed by A£l of Parliament for rebuilding ihe fame, will at their General Meeting
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Lisbon, Auoujl 21. Harry Frankla d, tl'c Conful Ger. jg./ VjW I.is Lady, failed the 6th 11) the o Qjj "Hanover Packet, for England. being his Highnefs the ' mJ* Prince of Beira's Birth Da/, who er.Lejs ihe Third Year of his Age, the Foreign ard Nobili'y
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, September 13.

Bristol, September 13.

Anted the Hot-WJ Port, General C Mr. Ludmore and £- ~p Mr. Alhbey, Mr. Be Wood, Mr. Wollefto"? y, ne, Mifs Hubert, M fs e Came in fince our "' n < from the Grenadoes Jo' 1 ' 1 from Virginia. e Anted, Ar V ward, M'Namara, f roi the Mary, Moore, ' r0 ' . 1 ' badoes, the Fanny an<
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On the LARK. UPWARDS the Lark direfts her facred Way, And zealous leads the Praifes of the Day. Obferve Devotion

On the LARK. UPWARDS the Lark direfts her facred Way, And zealous leads the Praifes of the Day. Obferve Devotion

kindling in her Wings, More high (he rifes, (he more frequent lings (Her Song is more fublime and more refin'd, The nearer (he's to heav'nly Songllers join'd.) Such Love to praife in herfoft Bofom burns, Not 'till the Song is finifh'd (he returns ! Now filent fits, quite deftitu
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On a late propofed Reconciliation. TO you our Polls we freely will refign, o'er what's pall you will the Curtain

On a late propofed Reconciliation. TO you our Polls we freely will refign, o'er what's pall you will the Curtain

draw : Justice reply'd, it is ray fix'd Defign, To leave unfcreen'd all Trairors to the Law. On the prefer.t Oppofit'ton. THO, Grumblers and Growlers (till rail at the Peace, Their clamorous mult fpeediiy ceafe *Tis firm, a»d glorious, I boldly advance; It brings Joy to Old Engl
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
American Advices.

American Advices.

Charles-Town, July 3. In Confequence of an Application our Governor to General Amherft, Orders are iffued for vi&ualling at the Expence of the Crown the Indians at theCongrefs to be hoJden at Augufta. July ao. It is faid the King of Spain hdeclared Monte Chrifti a free Port for
15 September 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England