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Auth( rity of the King's Royal Patenf. Bateman s Pectoral Drops,, Prepared 1 y DICEY and OKELL, in Bow Church

Auth( rity of the King's Royal Patenf. Bateman s Pectoral Drops,, Prepared 1 y DICEY and OKELL, in Bow Church

Yard, London. TT/'HICH for more than fifty Tears, have beeti known to be the fafejl and furejl Relief in the acute Rbeumatifm, Pains in the Breafl, Limbs, ami Joints, Fluxes, Agues, flow and latent Fevers, preferable to any new Inventions, &c. A fmgle Dofe remarkably flops the P
21 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JOHN BRYANT, Upholder and Cabinet-Maker, At the Upper End oj the Market-Place, Bath, PERFORMS all Manner Upholllery and Cabinet Work,

JOHN BRYANT, Upholder and Cabinet-Maker, At the Upper End oj the Market-Place, Bath, PERFORMS all Manner Upholllery and Cabinet Work,

and fells the various Articles belonging thereto, at the very loweft Prices. Furniture lett to Hire in feparate Articles.—Sedan Chairs made, mended, and lett to Hire. Having a very large Quantity of Paper Hangings, will fell the fame at a very fmall Profit, order to promote a qu
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
machine KWr ilHalf&'&,*> ° l,r Paffengers, wC, r o'cin n y and Thurf'• ! )'ar i' t ' le C

machine KWr ilHalf&'&,*> ° l,r Paffengers, wC, r o'cin n y and Thurf'• ! )'ar i' t ' le C

» ' am ' returns from £ ndJ "" Ma 'ket, OXFORD, V Pif wo in the Atter-1 B'uford. Carries , V t (^r en iln s each. Outfide '^^"4 ' Mf-p""- . n Sthe,l ri "g tllc Summer, and ter - x of Burford. 01 J ew will be acand paid for as fuch. ' Primc °^ V , ,ale Retail, Part 0 f the trade
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Houfe in Orchard-Jlreet, Having two Rooms on a Floor, wainfeotted j «ow in thePofieflion of Mr. Cattel, Surgeon. For

A Houfe in Orchard-Jlreet, Having two Rooms on a Floor, wainfeotted j «ow in thePofieflion of Mr. Cattel, Surgeon. For

further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Yes- COMbe, Attorney, in, Bath. Alfo, to be Lett or Sold, HOUSE in Charles- Street, near the Square, now the Poffeflion of Mifs Shutz. For further Particulars, enquire of the Mr, YESCOMBE. be llttt, And enter'd upon the firft.Day of July next,
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wanted Journeyman Houfe-Carpenter and Joiner. One that is-a good Workman, and willing to fettle hirnfelf, may have conftant Employmeat, good

Wanted Journeyman Houfe-Carpenter and Joiner. One that is-a good Workman, and willing to fettle hirnfelf, may have conftant Employmeat, good

Wages, and good Encouragement, by applying to Edward MuLLiNS, Carpenter, Bradford, Wilts, - And enttr'd upon immediatEijf The Crown INN in Wells, A good accuftom'd Houfe, in the Market-Place. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Thomas Robins, at the Houfe, or Mr. John TRUTCH
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
M O N D AY, June 25, 1764.

M O N D AY, June 25, 1764.

M O N AY, June 25, 1764. WEDNESDAY POST. Arrived a Mail from Flanders. NAVAL AFFAIRS. From the English Papers, June 18. Extract a letter from major Adams to the governor and council of Calcutta, dated, camp near Rune/- Jera), Oflo'Jer 1763. Gentlemen, HE particulars of the mafl'a
25 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
own o Lorucs, :auib oJ ftorucs, ‘:ging, ograxie. MR.. William School-Mafter at Monynra&7 with his Son educated at the Univerfity.

own o Lorucs, :auib oJ ftorucs, ‘:ging, ograxie. MR.. William School-Mafter at Monynra&7 with his Son educated at the Univerfity.

E.no'.iurgh as his Helper, will be ready to receive Boarders ayaicll the firll next July. They teach Eoglifh the old and new Way, Latin, Writing, Aiithmetick, ‘look keeping, nletal I’aits Mathematick*, furvt’) Land, a;id Church niu(ic!c. And Mr,. Cord mi and her Daughter will in
4 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
trem the tnghjn May 2b. LETTERS from Madrid, by the laft French mail adv.fe, that orders had been difpatchcd from

trem the tnghjn May 2b. LETTERS from Madrid, by the laft French mail adv.fe, that orders had been difpatchcd from

the admiralty to Ferrol and Carthagena, for the immediate building an additional number of frigates from 20 to 40 guns each. 2. The laft letters from Cadiz advife, that orders have been received there to get ready « conliderable quantity of ftorcs, gunpowder, &c. in order to be
4 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
- The ABER E JOUR N A L, 4; upon ranlc'lsroaJ clover, burfl: and died inftantly der of Mary Taylor

- The ABER E JOUR N A L, 4; upon ranlc'lsroaJ clover, burfl: and died inftantly der of Mary Taylor

and Kenneth her ADVERTISEMENTS and the whole flock, confiding; of fome hundreds, husband’s mother and brother: it was pled for her were with the greateft difficulty faved. This it’s that (he was innocent of the crime, and could prove 011 Sch o ‘-^ fter at Woniprefumed, will be a
11 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

10 A gentleman at Rome writes word, tbst the duke ot York had the curiofity and opportunity of feeing incog, the cardinal York perform in the fundlions of his holy office but whether his royal highnefs had had fight of the chevalier de St. George, he could not tell. 11. Yefterda
11 June 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland