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London, May 10.

London, May 10.

At a General Court of the Proprietors of E ift- India Stock, held laft Saturday, Lord Clive made it evidently appear, that the Regulation he propofed for the Military Eftablifhment of Bengal, would be produttive of a great Reduction in the Expence and through the whole of his Lo
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, May 17.

Bath, May 17.

Arriv'd here, Lord and Lady Blefllngton, Lord Dormer, Sir John Davie and Lady, Capt. Gaf* kins, Mr. and Mrs. riamley, Mr. and Mrs. Lefter, Mr. anJ Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Waltham, Mr. and Mrs. Gouge, Mr. and Mrs. Henderfon, Mr. and Mrs. Trent, Mr. and Mrs.
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"KJOW Selling, un3erJPrime-cpft, the STOCK in TRADE of WILLIAM OWENS, Bankrupt) the Burrough- Walls, oppofite Cock-Latie, Bath : Confiding of

"KJOW Selling, un3erJPrime-cpft, the STOCK in TRADE of WILLIAM OWENS, Bankrupt) the Burrough- Walls, oppofite Cock-Latie, Bath : Confiding of

Mercery, Linen Drapery, and Lace, N. The Goods will be fold much under the fuft Coft, Aflignees being determined to finifh the Sale very foon. And enter'd upon the firft Day of July next, for one Year certain, compleatly and elegantly furnilhed, A LARGE Subftantial Well-built Fr
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
be SOLD, * the Sear Inn, a gentee 5 \ptl { ' MARE, Six Years old » £ J high,

be SOLD, * the Sear Inn, a gentee 5 \ptl { ' MARE, Six Years old » £ J high,

warranted found.—-® j], does all har Paces TUST imported, and the Proprietors, at r " joining to the ump-RoonH fortment of Mmionet and S jt 'At Gauzes and Modes of all - 1 \, Ribbons, Hats and Cloa* Beads and Garnets, and a. )( and Millenery Goods, „ w ff ll / N. B. The Propriet
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
[Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] v Pa P er » ( has abfolutely much more extenfive Circulation than any other in the

[Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] v Pa P er » ( has abfolutely much more extenfive Circulation than any other in the

City; and confequently greater Number of Readers, and more beneficial ,ellg. y - Newbery, Bookfeller, in London; Mr. Cadell, Briftol Mr. Collins, at Saliflrary Mr. Jackfon, at Oxford Mr. Raikes, at Gloucefter ; Mr.Goadhy, at Sher- p Coney, at Bridgewater ; Jvlrs. Chaulklin, and
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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the Printer, THE Devil take the Pride of the Human Heart, fay I.—You mult know, Mr. Printer, I have met

the Printer, THE Devil take the Pride of the Human Heart, fay I.—You mult know, Mr. Printer, I have met

with a great Lofs; I have loft ne I have long efteemed as true Friend.— You will fuppofe he is but is alive, and merry ; you fancy he is got into Power, or grown rich, but he has not Intereft to make a Conftahle ; nor has Money enough to bribe this petty Officer, fliould be char
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Printer, &c. IN the Manchefter Mercury, of the 28th of February, 1764, there appears a moft fpecious and falfe

the Printer, &c. IN the Manchefter Mercury, of the 28th of February, 1764, there appears a moft fpecious and falfe

Advertifement, meanly attempting to contradict what has been folemnly declared upon Oath before the Right Hon. Daniel Lambert, Lord Mayor of the City of London, on the 10th of June, 1741, " That we, (meaning Cluer, " Dicey and Co.) never entrufted the faid Mary " Beauchamp, or a
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CHLOE to STREPHON, With a Prefent of Flowers. OH ! view, with an impartial Senfe, Thefe Emblems of wrong'd Innocence

CHLOE to STREPHON, With a Prefent of Flowers. OH ! view, with an impartial Senfe, Thefe Emblems of wrong'd Innocence

: Their native Red to Palenefs turns, And Odour's loft, while Chloe mourns. May theie poor Fioweis find the Grace To have on Strephon's Hearth a Place} That in his fofteft, tend'reft Hours, When raviftTd with his new Amours, Thefe faithful Plants may hap'ly prove The Monitors in
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, May 12.

Bristol, May 12.

Arrived at the Hot-Wells, Rev. Mr. Butts, Rev. Mr. (not George) Whitefield, Mr. and Mrs. Bunbury, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Suites, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Mr. and Mafter Sherman, Mr. Dyer, Mr. Gage, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Hall, Mr. Martin and Family, Mr. Owen, Mr. Pratt, Mr. Perri
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 12.

London, May 12.

Laft Wednelday an elegant Tent was pitched in the Queen's Gardens, in which theii Majefties drink Tea. Yefterday Morning Stephen Martin Leake, Elq Garter Principal King at Arms, together with his Son, belonging t' He-nld'* Ofticc, Doctors Commons, let out for Germany, ir veft hi
17 May 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England