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for would you think me worthy to your Wife, when you had found me wicked enough to be—— what I

for would you think me worthy to your Wife, when you had found me wicked enough to be—— what I

cannot name to you. No, Sir, you are bafe enough to be bent on my Ruin, but at lead fhall be innocent: I have been weak enough to have confefs'd I lov'd you,—l do fo but unlefs you intend to perform your Promife, never fee me more ; I fhall bear the Pain of the Man I elteem, but
29 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arrived a Mail from France. Turin, March 7. The 3d Inft. the Duke of Savoy and the Duke of Chablais

Arrived a Mail from France. Turin, March 7. The 3d Inft. the Duke of Savoy and the Duke of Chablais

paid a joint Vifit to the Duke of York. The Duke of York dined Yelterday with the King ar,d Royal Fami]y in privaie. Yelterday he went, under the Title of the Earl of Ulftcr, take Leave of his and in the Evening he gave very grand Supper, to which feveral Ladies of the were invi
29 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, March 17.

London, March 17.

This being St. Patrick's Day, the Tutelar Saint of Ireland, the fame was obferved Court as a high Feltival j when the Knights ot the moft noble Order of the Gurttr, I and ap in the Collars of their refpeftive Orders j and hisMajefty and thc the Royal Family wore CrofTes in Honou
22 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Paris, March 9. is rumoured that r.re on the F T Point of a Rupture with the Court of W Rome, which efpoufe3 the deiperate Cauf'e of the French Jefuits j and that the Pope's Nuncio is preparing to leave this Court. Madame the Marchionefs Pompadour, at the Point of Death.
22 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, March 20.

London, March 20.

To-morrow his Majefty will go to the Houf e of Peers, and fuch Bill are ready for the Royal Aflent. It is fiid that Regulations will fhortlytake Place, relating to Members of Parliaments, if they become infolvent when Trade. It is faid that the Right Hon. James Stewart Mackenzie
22 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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For Six Months, from Lady-Day n&xt, HOUSE Ready-furntJJj 1 cl, Two Rooms on a Fioor, with a Garden to fhe

For Six Months, from Lady-Day n&xt, HOUSE Ready-furntJJj 1 cl, Two Rooms on a Fioor, with a Garden to fhe

Water Side : Situate at the New Buildings near the Bell Waleot-Street, Rath. For further Particulars, enquire Mr. Taylor, Grocer, in, the .Market-Place. —.—. publtfij'D, Price is. 6d. The Young Wife's GUIDE, In the Management of her Children. CONTAINING, every Thing necefiary to
22 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On the of a Young LADY. memor Letbi-—fugit HoraSe e c . THE Bell tolls ! the mournful Sound Fills

On the of a Young LADY. memor Letbi-—fugit HoraSe e c . THE Bell tolls ! the mournful Sound Fills

every Clift, echoing Vale around 'Tis Knell, —whofe Death I now bewail, With Tears prqfufe but fears will Nought avail. Alt', lovely Cxlia ! (Woids are wanting here To the Merit the beauteous Fair) Thy fliining Virtues,, (landing itill,the Of every Trnl, wtre by all Sweet Innoce
22 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, March 10.

Bristol, March 10.

' /r'Aa Came In fince our and the King George, M- May Flower, JackJ'on, an { £ from Liverpool? the J p r(jtii idi f,c '} f^ from Amflerdanr, the * Stockholm •, and the 11 >' 6 A-rtW, A Packet, Evans, the atr „" >- x bead, Forreji, and the S 'K Jfl J all from this Port; and a' Le
15 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, March 15.

Bath, March 15.

Arrir'd here, The J Moyfton, Major Oath Milu, and Lady, Col. id' *'4 I'on and Lady, Capt» ar '\i Mrs. Burton, Mr. and 1 M Mrs. Collifon, Mr. 1 Whitmore, Mr. Gofs, Mr. Tomiinfon, Mr. iffy 1 ' Mr. Chemmert, Mr. Mifs Bluett, Mifs Gardiner, j•* Nalh, Mifs Burton, &c ' Laft Night a C
15 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
\ ————— [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] v for thi« p,.,, /'«,v,;rVi >,« much more extenfive Circulation than any other in the

\ ————— [Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] v for thi« p,.,, /'«,v,;rVi >,« much more extenfive Circulation than any other in the

City; and confequently a greater Number of Readers, and more beneficiajf tho»f ''fe" VMr £in UnT»- MrTcSu«!"» Bri*ol, Mr. Collin., ,« , Mr. Jaclcfon? , Mr. Raitea a. Glo„«9«r, Mr. Goadby, « Shar- £ Mr Concv at'Brideewater - Mrs Chaulk-lin, and Mr. Norris, at Tanriton Mr. Spencer
15 March 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England