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°f '^JlBatfiCSronitlc. Birmingam, Feb.\. i , l a |» n if ''ed u, ' >er me particular Bufi- VK 1

°f '^JlBatfiCSronitlc. Birmingam, Feb.\. i , l a |» n if ''ed u, ' >er me particular Bufi- VK 1

atancient P° pulous ' lto^! As my Affairs there ih ar Ce or fome Time, I, after fpent Evenings in Trade, It •' '< to J T Me «ing Sj I return'd Home ■f lfe til jn' when being fatigued h inclin rge Com an y 1 had i ,jft a 10 recru ' t Spirits by , of,N '^ , ' sßeft ' bl c, L many
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, February 9.

London, February 9.

Yefterday (after many idle Reports to the Contrary) it was rumoured, that their Highnefles the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick were fafely landed at Embden, and this Day an Exprefs arrived with the Confirmation of the fame, the univerfal Joy of the Public, who were under fmall
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Sunday's and Monday's Posts.

Fran.ibe LONDON GAZETTE. Genoa, January 21. Letters from Baftia of the joth © the Malecontents have iJ blockaded Calvi and Hiaci - Two large Barks have been laden w with Flour and other Species of Provifions, and three Companies the German Troops failed them fix Days ago, to rel
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Advice to Phillis. PHILLIS, at length your Airs give o'er, 'Tis Time to lay fuch Thoughts afide ; Why fhou'd

Advice to Phillis. PHILLIS, at length your Airs give o'er, 'Tis Time to lay fuch Thoughts afide ; Why fhou'd

you think of Hufband more, Or hope, or wifh, to be a Bride ? Full twenty long and tedious Years, You've try'd each Female Wile and Art; Your Cheeks are furrow'd down.with Tears, And Sighs have almoft broke your Heart. Why will you, fond of youthful Tricks, Still pine with barren
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
. tttt for ii Ready-Fui»" isH At CORSTON, ear e<!i i( (And enter'dup"" ()\ The MANOR Confiding of a large

. tttt for ii Ready-Fui»" isH At CORSTON, ear e<!i i( (And enter'dup"" ()\ The MANOR Confiding of a large

1 V s principal Bed-Chambsrs. Kitchen, Brcw-Houfe, Cel Conveniencies for a Family > c Dove-Houfe, two Stables a' u jth walled Garden well fet Filh-Ponds o' c e<l' Ground near the Houfe» , l) _ The Tfcnant will be ' C fporiing on the Manor, and and Brooks. * Enquire of Mr. ' f if
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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The Bath and Bristol FLYING WAGGONS, . (Late Lee, King, and Comp.) Wiil be A HOUSE, Furnifh'd Unfurnifr'd, for Family,

The Bath and Bristol FLYING WAGGONS, . (Late Lee, King, and Comp.) Wiil be A HOUSE, Furnifh'd Unfurnifr'd, for Family,

with Come Land, Village within fix or Miles of Bath. Any Perron having a to left, may >car Tenant by applying to Mr. Thomas Shaw, in Duke-Srreet. A fmali Hou fe ready-furnijh 1 d Fir for fingle Gentleman ;• Or APARTMENT, from Houfe. 1 he Perfon will take it for a Year certain an
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Arriu'd the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Vienna, January 18. a contagious Diftemper makes great A Havock amor.gft the Turks in Bofnia, Baron Beck, Governor of the W Generality of Carlftadt, has formed Line of Troops on the Confines of Croatia and Bofnia; by which we
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON. At J ames Ashley and <SWs Hovife, Ware-Houfe, Vaults and Cellars, Ludgnte-Hill And at their other Ware-Houfes, now on

LONDON. At J ames Ashley and <SWs Hovife, Ware-Houfe, Vaults and Cellars, Ludgnte-Hill And at their other Ware-Houfes, now on

Sale rt large Paicel curious fine-fiavour'd JAMAICA RUM, The beft chofen that came in the laft Fleet as fome thoufand Gallons curious old CONIAC BRANDIES, Such as fcarcely can be had tlfeivbere at any Price. Tlie Rum by the Puncheon at Bs. 9d. le'ier Quantities at 9s. per Gallon
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, February 11.

London, February 11.

The Yacht which the Prince of Brunfwick was on board of, had her Mad carried away in the PalTage Holland. Wr hear that her Serene Highnefs, the Princefs of Brurifwick, was as well as could be expe£ted the Paflage, and kept her Bed moft Part of the Time going over. The Pilot who
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Now Selling, extremely (For Ready-Money only) ROBERT ATKINS, AthisWARE-Room at rhcPRiNTiNG-OFFiCE in Stall-Street, (up one Pair of Stairs) The Remaining

Now Selling, extremely (For Ready-Money only) ROBERT ATKINS, AthisWARE-Room at rhcPRiNTiNG-OFFiCE in Stall-Street, (up one Pair of Stairs) The Remaining

Part of The Stock of two Bankrupts Lately Purcbafed, viz. Plain, Strip'd, Check'd, and Flower'd Lutefirings; Ducapes; Tabbies; Black*Sauiris; rich flower'd Tiflues, and Sattjns ; black Peelings; plain and flower'd black Modes, and Sattins, for Ladies Cardinals ; plain, ftrip'd,
16 February 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England