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To the Printer, &c. IT is faid to one the fundamental Maxims of our Conftitution, that the King can do

To the Printer, &c. IT is faid to one the fundamental Maxims of our Conftitution, that the King can do

no Wrong. I know, indeed, all of them have been adored while living, though execrated when dead ; and, to fay the Truth, Pack of forry Rulers they have moft of them been, down from the Conqueft to the Revolution. But if the King can do no Wrong, I (hould be glad to know why fo m
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PERJURY A-la-mode. A Cantata. Recitative. HAPPY the Rogue (whate'er betide) Can gain proud Midas on his Side j need not

PERJURY A-la-mode. A Cantata. Recitative. HAPPY the Rogue (whate'er betide) Can gain proud Midas on his Side j need not

fear the triple Tree, _ If but well (kill'd in Perjury. For ah the Times are alter'd quite, Right now is Wrong, and Wrong is Right he Scales are crack'd, the Sword is broke, And Jujlict is a (landing Joke ! I R. 10-vilj Lafs to a Friar came. If in the Courts your Suit depend, Or
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Country Intelligence.

Country Intelligence.

Oxford, May 26. On Monday laft mad Dog was fiiot in one of the Streets ihis City, and the Day following another. A Boy, and feveral Dogs, had been bit by the firlt. Yelterday one John Smith, of this City, better known the Name of Flefhy Jack, by Trade Butcher, was committed to P
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, &c. WHAT vaft Rout Folks make about the Riot , (as they call it) at Ranelagh ! What!

the Printer, &c. WHAT vaft Rout Folks make about the Riot , (as they call it) at Ranelagh ! What!

fay they, are we to be infulted, abufed, and beaten, by our own Servants, and are they to become our flutters ? But, Sir, this is plainly the Language pafllonare Men, who will never confider Tittup's coolly and candidly, rfad jfiey given themTelves the Trouble a little Reflectio
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
3ietr, And enter'd upon Midsummer next, The Crown INN in Wells, A good accultom'd Houfe, fituate in the Market-Fiace. For

3ietr, And enter'd upon Midsummer next, The Crown INN in Wells, A good accultom'd Houfe, fituate in the Market-Fiace. For

further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Tho Mas Robins, at the faid Houfe, or Mr. John Trutc h , the Houfe el Is aforelaid. 1 s O be RAFFLED for, at Mr. Wiltshire's Ball Room, Uy forty-five Subscribers, at Three Guineas each, An elegant Chamber Organ> With an uptight Harpsichord Eft
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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[ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] l<: ta u this Paper, (which ha* abfolutely a much more extenlive Circulation than any other

[ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] l<: ta u this Paper, (which ha* abfolutely a much more extenlive Circulation than any other

in the City; and confequently a greater Number of Readers, and more beneficial.to at i] ,n b y Mr. Newbery, Bookfeller, London; Mr. Cadeli, in Briftcl; Mr. Collins, Saliftniry ; Mr. Jackfon, at Oxford; Mr. Raikes, at Gloucefter; Mr. l ',i ' Coney, at Bridgewater ; Mrs. Chnulklin
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
t Machine l, f m days, e - Inn in J? n '.Monday the of s .'l'? ever Monday and

t Machine l, f m days, e - Inn in J? n '.Monday the of s .'l'? ever Monday and

, le M° to carry f W i Ca ea Outfide Paffen- C\ p 0i : ap ' H .alf-Price. To be f>ay one We,ghl Lu a e » enn y P e Pound. f or e^s , will be ac- paid for as fuch. . 10n HOUSE 5 f'tuate at Char-1' V by At" 1 Count of Somer- 3r C '• •• Confiding of ' Con .^ ervant ®-Hall, two f< V
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Poland.

Poland.

Warsaw May 7. This, which was the Day fixed for the Opening of the Diet, has happily palled without any Acts of Violence. Prince AdamCzartorinfky, CoufinGtrman toCountPoniatowfky, was chofen Marfhal and having taken the Oath, fixed the Seflion for the Day after Tomorrow j after
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Bltalp* Venice, May 11. Auftrian Government Iftria has opened fiefh Communication with the Venetian Iftria, which had been W ut "P ea ' °" Account tbe Plague in Dalmatia; and the Proveditor Extraordinary in litiia has pnblifhed Proclamation, containing O
31 May 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. Hague, May 18. La Perrieie arrived here on "**• Wedr.efday laft, and has prefentkl ed his Credentials to the States-General, as Minifter from the King of Sardinia to their High Mi^fctineffes. May 25. Baron Nolken, Envoy Extraordinary from tlie King Swede
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England