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The following is the Derivation of the Name of Piast, often mentioned in the Present Disputes of Poland.

The following is the Derivation of the Name of Piast, often mentioned in the Present Disputes of Poland.

THE Deputies of that Nation had affembled at Crufvicia for a confideiable Time, with out being able to agree in the Choice of a Kiig. The great Number People, whom rhe Ele6bon had drawn together in that City, created fuch a Scarcity Proviiions, that the Lords thcmfelves were def
7 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
And eftter'd upon the ' for one Year certain, * furnifhed; A large p ; Freeftone MESS having two largeßoom»

And eftter'd upon the ' for one Year certain, * furnifhed; A large p ; Freeftone MESS having two largeßoom»

large Out Routes thereu J * *»' (l Southgate-ftreet, >J'' Poffeflion Mrs. Coch r- , t» y For further Y efcombe, Attotney? J By the KING'S ' Friday the Firfi * ' Price only (Illuftrated with a new a , te North-Eaft Coaft of the 1» V/ Coaft of America, *>, f^ coveries, neatly en &
7 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, July 14.

London, July 14.

His Royal Highnefs the Prince Wales, and the young Pnnce his Brother, are perfe&ly recovered of their Indilpofition. We are allured certain great Commoner has, within thefe few Days, waited on a great Perfonage at Richmond, where he continued upwards of two Hours. It is pofitive
19 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, August 18.

London, August 18.

Yefterday the Duke of Cu mberhnd Packet- Boat arrived from New- iTork with Aiail, which brought the following Advices. From the Boston Gazette. ProviSENCE, June 30. Capt. Willi Earl, who arrived here fince our laft, Days fiom Monti Chrifto, informs us, That few Days before he le
23 August 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By his Majejly's Letters Patent, The STOMACH PILLS Are prepared by JAMES SPEEDIMAN, at the Pine-Apple, near Arundel-Street, in the

By his Majejly's Letters Patent, The STOMACH PILLS Are prepared by JAMES SPEEDIMAN, at the Pine-Apple, near Arundel-Street, in the

Strand, London, and fold at is. fid. per Box, with particular Account of them, figned in his own Hand-Writing. They are ufeful in all Difeafes of the Stomach and Bowels, where tjiere is Inflammation The Inventor wifhes not impofe on the Public their Effefts, when tried, eftablif
23 August 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sober Man from Twenty-five "*• Thirty Years Age, that can come well recommended, who can Shave and wn'ieiftandt looking after

Sober Man from Twenty-five "*• Thirty Years Age, that can come well recommended, who can Shave and wn'ieiftandt looking after

Horfes, and that is wiih put his tlaßil to any Thing if required ; live with a fingle Gentleman in tha Country. futher Particulars apply to Mr. Richard Humphry, ♦ ..rney at Law in > o-j;bruge, Wilts. BATH, September 6. be play'd for at Backsword, on THURSDAY the 20th, and FRIDAY
6 September 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.

|\, 1 mil' ' e^y has approved 1 Utlt d e J Regulations prokOVrf 0h far |,pe - A Colleftion 'he es which Sof ' he '■ ' 3v aiu ' Commanders R,n « ■» l« to their pe.feft *?• ij Ve,h rov» n Courfe of this V\ Pr«a nt0 k the Sea ° n theo,her b,o ? 101,1 forty thoufand T En land a " d
13 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, September 15.

LONDON, September 15.

Yefterday there was very grand Council at St. James's, on Affairs of Importance. It is raid a certain noble Duke wil! IhortTy out in very high Character to a neighbouring Kingdom on an important Affair. We hear a certain General Officer was very lately offet-ed theCtimmand of aß
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, April 14.

London, April 14.

The Hcufe of Commons is adjourned To Wednefdav next and we hear that his Majefty will go the Houfe of Peers on Thurfday, and put End to the SefTions. On Thurfday Dr. John Pringle kiffed the Queen's Hand on being appointed her Majefty's Phyfician in Ordinary ; did Dr. Charlton Wo
19 April 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ExtraSls from an AS of Parliament which receinj'd the Royal Affent Thurfday April 19, entitled, " An AS for preventing

ExtraSls from an AS of Parliament which receinj'd the Royal Affent Thurfday April 19, entitled, " An AS for preventing

Frauds and Abufes in Relation to the fending and receiving of Letters and Packets free from the Duty of Pojlage.'''' FROM and after the Firft Day of May next, fo long as the Revenue of the Poft-Office fhall continue to make Part of the Aggregate Fund, no Letters or Packets fhall
26 April 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England