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American Advices.

American Advices.

Philadelphia, April 5. Sir.ce laft we received what follows from Cailiile, viz. The Diftrefles of the back Inhabitants are greater than *can well be conceived. Two hundred Miles of an extended Frontier are fo expoftd to the Incurfions of Indians, that no Man can go to fleep with
24 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 19.

London, May 19.

Thurfday, at Two o'Clock the Afternoon, his Excellency the Earl Northumberland, the jj Countefs, and the Honourable Mr. Percy, attendf with a large Retinue, ariived at Norih'umbciland-Houfe from Dublin; and we ate informed an Exprefs met his Lord (hip Chelter, with Account of th
24 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ring - W the ell ' d Fields I ftray, v Coo| t an . Ch ° ly Hours away

ring - W the ell ' d Fields I ftray, v Coo| t an . Ch ° ly Hours away

5 g bll ade I f lt reclin'd ; "J ''illy! i'uj oun teous Hand defign'd > wind: rS«/"""'Otis Strains, v_ ,° n Mufe difdains scll N o , 1 y' youthful Fire, , d ° eseach Thought infpire. lerat Clofe of Day, X n Wilds m 'ftakes his Way hii er, r Co^d » depriv'd of Light, 6 t . he Sha
24 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
And enter'd upon Immediately, The Capital or Manlion HOUSE With the Appurtenances fituate at Char- TER-HousE-Hinton, in the County of

And enter'd upon Immediately, The Capital or Manlion HOUSE With the Appurtenances fituate at Char- TER-HousE-Hinton, in the County of

Somerfet, lately occupied Mr. Wild Confuting of Hall, three Parlours, a Seivants-HaLl, two Kitchens, and all convenient Offices ; eight Chambers betides thofe for Servants, two Garrets, Coach-Houfes, Stabling for fixteen Horfes, a very pleafant Garden of about two Acres; togethe
24 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
I® v TO be Wiltshire's ® a^ Subfcribers, at Three « (/'■ An elegant Cha With an upright * Efteem'd

I® v TO be Wiltshire's ® a^ Subfcribers, at Three « (/'■ An elegant Cha With an upright * Efteem'd

by the beft J. lK iti & Piece Workmanfhip r There are two Har.d ~ lo ,i mny be played Mufic. t» To be feen at Mr. !T1 $ Street, or applying to J ef White-Hart in Stall-Stree«-» are taken in. | The Bath & In TWO CAT out from tllC Stall-Street, er^ rt April, and continues g°' ? '
24 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OW Selling, under Prime-coft, j the STOCK in TRADE WILLIAM ENS, ia Bankrupt) the Burrough- "Walt?, oppofite Cock-Lane, Bath :

OW Selling, under Prime-coft, j the STOCK in TRADE WILLIAM ENS, ia Bankrupt) the Burrough- "Walt?, oppofite Cock-Lane, Bath :

Confiding Mercery, Linen*Drapcfy, and Lace, N. The Goods will he abfolutely fold much the fvftCoft, -lie Affignees being determined to finifh the Sale very foon. llctf, And entered upon Immediately, FRANKLY HOUSE, fitted for a Gentleman's Family ; filuated a fine healthy Spot be
24 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Defence of the Fair Sex

A Defence of the Fair Sex

LVp the °j Vn ' , 13t lam faithv\ alw and » likea Champ fend their Charac- Cov, ep ' oach es of their Adver'.iSn the ot^er Afternoon, ' de Sexes where the fry tUrn 'd on the Superio!';?Ve>ndn' '" Relatio the En- V W oxf e [ y fmart y° un VW ar.d t d .' had a Mind to Si' oflrin e
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Arrived a MailJro.n Flanders. 3lrnlp» Rome, April 27. the Wine which the Duke of -j-. ~3>l£ Yoik has cauied to be embarked for the King of Great-Britain, his 810- 'her, his Roy.il Highnefs has lent his Majtlty twelve white Peacocks, fome fine Cedar Plants, and a £heft of Citron
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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
 
London, May 29.

London, May 29.

Yefterday Morning his Majefty reviewed Lord Robertßertie's Regiment oi Foot, in Hyde'Parkj they went thro* their Exercife with the greaeli F.xafinefs and gave univerfal Satisfaction : Her Majefty in her own Coach, their Royal Highneffes the Princes William-Henry, and Frederick,
31 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England