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Fortune proved not to be blind :

Fortune proved not to be blind :

IVith the Story of an avaricious Miller. THObF. Perfcns are themfelves blind, who delcribe Fortune without Sight. firft Rate Beauty ever had finer Eyes, or faw more clearly th* y who have no other Tiade but feekirg their Foirune, need never hope to find her; Coquet like, (he fl.
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
??? ??? of Tromas Usher, aliat ikij "omasUsher, alias •v 40 expr . '"it0 nx>ai condemn'd the Vv ' Hill

??? ??? of Tromas Usher, aliat ikij "omasUsher, alias •v 40 expr . '"it0 nx>ai condemn'd the Vv ' Hill

C the of May, ':!|A;'O °ih«rwift WILLIAM y.'Cjt; llB'°us u* ears of Age, born ia \}kV} and ihentS', who gave him a ' " f'i et<>s "'°ugh good Friends, Merchant at rtr%j ' cur t"1 Spain. Having r.St {■ u*»co',nnued with his Matter ; .1 Vj 'lie n J?.00 Regard for him : efi'aM feren
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 8.

London, May 8.

Yefterday Morning his Ma'jefty, attended by his Brothers the Princes William Henrv, and Frederick, the Marqujs Granby, and feveral other Perfons of Diftinftion, all on Horfeback, reviewed Gen. JefLries's Regiment of Foot in Hyde-Park the Soldiers were hearty looking, well-propor
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
And entered upon Immediately*, FRANKLY HOUSE, fitted for a Gentleman's Family fituaied on a fine healthv Spot being one '

And entered upon Immediately*, FRANKLY HOUSE, fitted for a Gentleman's Family fituaied on a fine healthv Spot being one '

V from Bradford, two from Holt, and fix from Bath ; with or without Pafture Land. For Particulars, enquire of Mr. William Stfvens, of Bradford, who will tue Premises. Auction, At the Exchange Coffee-Hovse in Brijlol, On SATURDAY the of May Inftant, at One o'Clock punctually, 51
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
[ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] : ?. f this Paper, (which hat abfolutely Much more extenjlve Citation than any other in

[ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] : ?. f this Paper, (which hat abfolutely Much more extenjlve Citation than any other in

the City; and confidently eat £ * ofotSlSl Mr. Newbery, Bookfeller, in London; Mr. Cadell, in Mr. atl ' i>( , V p Mr. Coney, at Biidgewater Mi's. Chaulkhn, and Mr. Nurus, ; NJj.Lurroug <f we j,., n„, } . lc . ~ 5, StS-Offices within 50 M.fcs Bath and by the News-Men ;-at ThrAs S
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Bristol, May 7.

Bristol, May 7.

at the Hot-* fs> fi / and Mrs. Adams, h'j"' Mr. Mannings, Mr. 1 L -faj' 1 Piignell, Mr. Rouie, , Mis. Dunftal, M.«.G« nC . King,&c.&c. e ■ car ' \ Sr.Lunr, 'h«/ avo »"'ii„» M' Sla. philips' nJ ~ Bilboa; the Content, - rt(J j Sarah, Hunter, from .' d-' £■''' Friends, Enter d Out,
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JOHN KENDALL, At his China-Shop, the Golden Canilter in Pierpoint-Street, near the Sourh-Parade, Bath, fells on the moll reafonable Terms

JOHN KENDALL, At his China-Shop, the Golden Canilter in Pierpoint-Street, near the Sourh-Parade, Bath, fells on the moll reafonable Terms

all Sorts IREFUL CHINA, both Foreign and Englifh Alio fine Teas, Coffee, and Chocolate, the higheft Flavour j and all Soits of Grocery. He has juft laid in a large AfTortrnent of Bowls,- Bafons, Difhes, Plates, and Terrenes; China Difhes at 3s. 6J. each Foreign blue and whiie Cu
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Question to Naturalists.

A Question to Naturalists.

ABOUT thirty Years ago at pjec Cock- Match at Cherter, between . and Gentleman that Vi io>l, ' v Cocks were pitted, on both i great Dependance; as knowing he dof to be of belt Courage. Cocks 'ok. *1 .it each oiher, pecked the Turf, and walked about unconcerned Corn was thrown tn
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Arrbif d a Mail fro n Flanders. Constantinople, March 4.. Affairs of Poland attract ;he At- L J tention of the Porte, who is not dif*r (ed to fuffcr the Poles to be P i in their Liberties, asappeus 1 ) tne following Memorial, which has been delivered to the foreign Minifters her
10 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. Venice, April 25. Plague continues to decline in Dalmatia j and the 'government have r the greatclt Dilligence to pre vent the Spreading of 'his Diloider along the Coaft of the Province Iltria, and on this Side of the Gulph from Chiozn.-i to the Point of
10 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England