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be SOLD, * the Sear Inn, a gentee 5 \ptl { ' MARE, Six Years old » £ J high,

be SOLD, * the Sear Inn, a gentee 5 \ptl { ' MARE, Six Years old » £ J high,

warranted found.—-® j], does all har Paces TUST imported, and the Proprietors, at r " joining to the ump-RoonH fortment of Mmionet and S jt 'At Gauzes and Modes of all - 1 \, Ribbons, Hats and Cloa* Beads and Garnets, and a. )( and Millenery Goods, „ w ff ll / N. B. The Propriet
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

3 No Foreign Mail arrived. Edinburgh, May z6. laft, the General lembly of the Church of Scotland met here. On this Occafion, his Majefty's High Commiflioner, the Earl of Glafgow, made grand Appearance: The Afiembly made Choice of the Rev. Dr. Alexander Gerrard, Profeifor of Divi
7 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
r [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] WWte"' °K rthis Paper, (which ha* abfolutely a much more extenfive Circulation than any other in

r [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] WWte"' °K rthis Paper, (which ha* abfolutely a much more extenfive Circulation than any other in

the City; and confeauentlv a ereater Number of , c• / Bopkfellcr, in London; Mr. Cad,ll, in Briftol , Mr. Collins, at Salifbury Mr. la2f»T« OxfoS?7 Mr. Raikes! more bcneficalto thole \ le ,1' Con . c y? at Biidgewater Mrs. Chaulklin,and Mr. Noriis, at Taunton Mr. Spencer, at Exe
7 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Berlin, Jufy 7. he Duke and of Brunfwick, ihe Hereditary ince and Princefs, the Printers Elizabeth of Brunfwick, at Pofzdam Tomorrow or next Day ; where Preparations been making for their Reception far ibs ETTB.j
19 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
D eath Jirangely prevented. IN the Hiftory of Mufcovy, publiflied by the AmbalTador Demetrius, we read the memorable Fortune of

D eath Jirangely prevented. IN the Hiftory of Mufcovy, publiflied by the AmbalTador Demetrius, we read the memorable Fortune of

a Country Peafant. This Man feeking for Honey, got into a hollow Tree, where was fuch a Plenty of it, that fucked him to the Breaft; and being unable to get out, hehadli.ed two Days upon Honey only, and finding his Voice could not be heaid in that (olitary Wood, dclpaired of fre
23 August 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arrived the Mails From Holland, FRANCE, and FLANDERS.

Arrived the Mails From Holland, FRANCE, and FLANDERS.

N GAZETTE. pteuheri7 ' 1 t0 an En !ifh erh,C,h waS ' ky Miftake, t r. hy the Cc-aimo- S P'»»ifl» Xebeques '■ j ' tne Algerines in the ' er Jal ' ,a,e repaired out of v\ I. f p And, in nt^0, S mad< * on f' ' hie S m baffador the de , olick Maieft y ,<ll Ex ence of the Were °unded
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, &c. I Was led providentially with Friend the i6tli Lift, to Comb-hiil, in the Parilh of Leigh, about

the Printer, &c. I Was led providentially with Friend the i6tli Lift, to Comb-hiil, in the Parilh of Leigh, about

fsven Miles from Gloucefter, where I called upon one Lawrence Curtis, Innholder that Place, who had been lVizcd feveial Days before with violent Fever. lie was quite delirious, and was ifiiifted with fuch a violent Pain in hi Bowels, that a Mortification ft have been the Conf'eq
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
lie (And enter'd upon at Lady Day next) The Capital or Manfion-houfe With the Appurtenances; fituate at Charter-House-Hinton, the County

lie (And enter'd upon at Lady Day next) The Capital or Manfion-houfe With the Appurtenances; fituate at Charter-House-Hinton, the County

of Somerfet, now occupied by Mr. Wild : Confiding of Hall, three Parlours, a Servants-Hall, two Kitchens, and all convenient Offices, eight Chambers belidcs thofe for Servants, two Garrets, Coach-Houfes, Stabling for Horfes, and Very pleafant Garden of about two Acres together w
15 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
As the Treat ice of Droit'le Roy, or Prerogatives of the Crown, (which lately burnt by the Hands of the

As the Treat ice of Droit'le Roy, or Prerogatives of the Crown, (which lately burnt by the Hands of the

common Hangman) is become the SubjeSl of public Converfation, our Readers ivill, no Doubt, be glad to fee the follo wing Extracts from the Account of it which was given in the lafi Appendix to Monthly Review. THE extraordinary Author of this Treatife is the fir ft, we believe, f
15 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
I. That the Kings England did never Je jure acknowledge any Superior here Earth, either in Church or $tate. z.

I. That the Kings England did never Je jure acknowledge any Superior here Earth, either in Church or $tate. z.

Thai the of England 13 indivisible. 3. 'i hat t lie Regaiity of this uncoytmunicable. 4.. That the Royalty is unalienable. four he attempts to prove Authorities. The fiift he endeavours liipport, citing feveral old Statutes, which in were made with other View than to alien the I
15 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England