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%* Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Aleppo, February 3. The four Perfian Noblemen, who ha.l rilen again ft Kerim Khan, and were carried Prifoners Ifpahan, from whence they were delivered by the Troops attached to their Party, have been joined at that Capital
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
And entered upon A very compac At Snarlton-Roy*» # SHAM in the County - fe V For Particulars, e jie»

And entered upon A very compac At Snarlton-Roy*» # SHAM in the County - fe V For Particulars, e jie»

r Randall, at SiMMiNG aforefaid. 7 1 Ci To all the Members of'" e i; feo- J,'!/ wherefoever 1 1 \ On Saturday, May Z, f, f gC No. I. (Pric.onl*' The NEW ES Of our Lord and n^y Printed at large: lt V Expofition of all the difocu Volume, written in pl ain adapted to all Capacities
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, Flanders. LeydeN, April 27. We have jull received an Account from Banda-Nera, one of

Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, Flanders. LeydeN, April 27. We have jull received an Account from Banda-Nera, one of

the Molucca Iflands in the Eaft-Indies, diftant about twentyfive or thirty Miles from Amboyna, that on the of September, 1763, about five in the Afternoon, they ha a molt violent Shock, of Eartnquake, which lalfced about Minutes, during which no one could keep on his Feet , th S
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ftt, And entered upon at Midsvmmer nekt, A MefFuage, or Tenement, Having two go.id Rooms on a Floor, wainfcotted, fituate

ftt, And entered upon at Midsvmmer nekt, A MefFuage, or Tenement, Having two go.id Rooms on a Floor, wainfcotted, fituate

in Orchard-Street, in the City of Bath, now in the PofTeffion of Mr. CatteLl, Surgeon. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Yes- CCmbe, Attorney, in Bath. BATH, May 3, 1764.. NOW Selling off, the Entire STOCK in TRADE of WILLIAM OWENS, of this City, fa Bankrupt) on the Burrow
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Marriages. At Sr. Auguftine's-Churcb, Mr. Reece, Jurr Sugar-Baker, to Mils R.(>fs, Daughter (Jap . Rois of this City.—At Gloceftei fhire,

Marriages. At Sr. Auguftine's-Churcb, Mr. Reece, Jurr Sugar-Baker, to Mils R.(>fs, Daughter (Jap . Rois of this City.—At Gloceftei fhire,

Mr. Matthew rgan, Watdh-Maker, in Wire Griftihs of that Place —The Rev. Mr. Edward to Mifs Lucy Daughter Sir Edwaid Baynton, of Spy Park, in the County of Wilts. Deaths. At his Houfe the Park, Mr. Sneede, formerly an eminent Hooper King- Jji^et.—Dr. Randolph, an eminent Phyficia
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Foreign Mail arrived. 26. Itf HIS being the Bi> th-Day of his Royal U Highnels the Duke of Cumber'and, & T=S who enters into the Foi tv hYear « * of his Age, their Majsfties received the Compliments of the No'ulitv, foreign Minilters, and Gentry, St. James's the Occafion. It is
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, April 28.

London, April 28.

Arrived at the Hat-Wells. Mr. Banks, Mr. M'Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Pleydell, Mr. and Mrs. Simpfon, two Mr. Riggs, Mrs. Franklyn, Mrs. Harrifon, Mrs.' Marnot, Mrs. Orton, Mrs. WiJkinfon, two Mifs Elliots, Mifs Goddard, Mifs Pocklineton, Mifs Watkin, &c. &c. &c
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Curious Chronological Anecdotes, ExiraEltd from Mr. Anderfon's H-flory of the Rife and Progrefs of Commerce. In the Year T ONDON's

Curious Chronological Anecdotes, ExiraEltd from Mr. Anderfon's H-flory of the Rife and Progrefs of Commerce. In the Year T ONDON's

firft fr.-e Charter for 1208 eiefting their own was obtained. Londcn-Cridge was built of Stone. 1234. Straw was ufi-d for the King's Bed. 124.6 Moll the Houfes London wei'e covered with Thatch. 1266 Cities a id Boroughs were firft Parliament. Spe&acles and Windmills invented. Th
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, At the Sign of the Hat and Bhaver, the upper Ei.d of the Market-Place, B.iTH,

THOMAS HARDING, HAT-MAKER, from London, At the Sign of the Hat and Bhaver, the upper Ei.d of the Market-Place, B.iTH,

MAkes and fells all Sorts of Hats, Wholefale and Retail. Likewife Ladies black and white Beavers, and black and white ditto for young Gentlemen, both rough and plain. Whoever buys Hats of him may depend on their keeping out the Rain, and holding their Colour to the laft. N. B. H
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
' 11 ' [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] J' Ts for v,: l> .. r iii« oVi(r>lnt»»lv a miwh more exttnfive

' 11 ' [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] J' Ts for v,: l> .. r iii« oVi(r>lnt»»lv a miwh more exttnfive

Circulation than any other in the City; and coufequently greater Number of Readers, and more beneficial of: * bit Mr cXll, Britiol Mr. Colli*, Saiifcury , %x. Jackfon? Oxford; Mr. Raikes, at Glouctfter Mr.Goadby, at er\ r\°f C ls a/Rriilpfcwater ■ Mrs Chuulklin, and Mr. is, at T
3 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England