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Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

American 2&triceo. Boston, Ofloberß. aE Accounts publilhed in the late Papers of the Indians at St. John's having committed Hoflilities, and killed feverai People in Nova-Sco/Y tia, have been contradifted Authority, as being entirely falfe. New-York, Sept. 9. We hear from South.
17 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Flea of Tafte. SAY, daring Infe£t ! did Ambition's Fire, Or Beauty's Charms, they little Bi ealt inlpire ?

The Flea of Tafte. SAY, daring Infe£t ! did Ambition's Fire, Or Beauty's Charms, they little Bi ealt inlpire ?

Was or Pride, or Elegance of Ta.fte, That tempted Thee to a coftly Feaft, Where Life's the Price of each intruding Gueft ? Thntthou, of Danger feailefs, durlt invade The awtul Hand of that Angelic Maid ; And facrilcgiouflv pre (time to touch— What boldeit Mortals tremble to appr
17 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the Votes of the House of Commons in IRELAND,

From the Votes of the House of Commons in IRELAND,

From the Votes the House of Commons in IRELAND, Nov. 8, 1763. A Motion was made, that an humble Ad- drefs be prefented to his Majefty, to reprefent in the mod dutiful Terms, that the Debt of this Kingdom is become very great. That the Penfions, now in being, that have been placed
24 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FISH, by Land-Carriage. THE Proprietors of the London City Fiih Society, who haive undertaken to fnppjy this City every Day

FISH, by Land-Carriage. THE Proprietors of the London City Fiih Society, who haive undertaken to fnppjy this City every Day

with ftefh Sea Fiih by Land Carriage, moderate Terms, (in order to reduce the exorbitant Demands thofe whom the City were formerly fupply'd) being inform'd that the aforefaid Perfons have entered into an Affociation, in order to endeavour to defeat their Scheme, by underftlling
24 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
??? ??? ??? Hu 7 les d] A w ' lvytees are bent. fG^!fcthe Nobility and lreb.nl v'."'E>m %l," :

??? ??? ??? Hu 7 les d] A w ' lvytees are bent. fG^!fcthe Nobility and lreb.nl v'."'E>m %l," :

'"t ofi, of th = Eft-em of Hi the p, ntot Na,U:e » the fefr, *• LIQUID of Jessamin, fa(T, We J' ltnown to m ake k>, Malt rs ' Small-Pox, ' X> r - S be,n on the V,, -"IP- Perfumers, ! S 4v»are Vboie-Street, M JPPerr J- o j r t^e upper Bath fc\, h° Ml' I! °f Fj rea,eft Perfection
3 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
France.

France.

FoNTAINfiLEAU, Oil.iS. On the Inftant the Earl of Hertford, his Biitannick M.ijefty s Embatfador at this Couit, had private Audience ot the K.ing to his Letters of Ci dence and the 15th Mr. Neville, the Butiih Minifter Plenipotentiary, had like Audience, 111 which he presented t
10 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The TRIUMPH of BEAUTY. [Addrejfed to Clarissa.] I. CLARISSA piqu'd at Caelia's Scorn, Complains (he's very rude Such Ufage is

The TRIUMPH of BEAUTY. [Addrejfed to Clarissa.] I. CLARISSA piqu'd at Caelia's Scorn, Complains (he's very rude Such Ufage is

not to be borne, She cries—in angry Mood. 11. A Word—-ClarifTa—in your Ear- Look round the World—and fee— If ever yet two Belles fo fair Cou'd heartily agree. nr. Nor marvel, if Charms as Thine Two different Paflions move j fome to Envy they incline, In others kindle Love. IV. A
10 November 1763 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
I It E L AND.

I It E L AND.

of the other A man took him and had - he appeared Ratified ; next day was as well as usual, May .ained that his ancle was /lightly bruited. A . few nig t hts fince, a man genteely dreffed knocked at a Lady's door in Martlet-court, Bow-fireet, and being opened by the Lady herfelf
8 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ed Paul's • • Lownds , Church- , • er , Ai the Boole .:rs ON Ireland .. y` Namptwich,

ed Paul's • • Lownds , Church- , • er , Ai the Boole .:rs ON Ireland .. y` Namptwich,

Stafford, Litchfield, FLYING MAC H i . N• . (On &fel-Spring! in Two DAYS, and a half) 'Tor the Winter Seaßin to carry Six l'affengers, • . Ts out from the Bietromnn, Lawrence-Lane, eirry Monday Morning, and from the Golden Crops, Charing-Crops, esery Thurtilay-I,oorning i and fr
1 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
L 0 N D 0 N, .o,7der. 29..

L 0 N D 0 N, .o,7der. 29..

L 0 N D 0 N, .o,7der . 29.. 1 lave, of enievt horfes the props rechauffee committed, taken. " The Thomas' tuation, tain and ber but by ulcers, forded th the coat, of the wind ?crnandii provident and from her, ane ft of ing to of the , of them Murry board, thougl On Mcrlii RON% I
1 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England