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Russia.

Russia.

%* Arrived the Mails from Holland, France, and Flanders. Petersburch, June 12. The Treaty concluded here, between the Emprefs of Ruflia, and the King of Pruflia, on the nth of April, is in Subftance as follows: By Articles I. and 11. a Treaty of Defenfive Alliance, and mutual Gu
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the Printer, &c. DRINKING Tea lately a Friend's, where there was a large Circle of both Sexes; an old

To the Printer, &c. DRINKING Tea lately a Friend's, where there was a large Circle of both Sexes; an old

Beau with great Virulence began to rail Matrimony, and threw out many fcvere Sarcafms on the whole Female Sex, not even allowing one Exception, Not content with denying we had any Merit of our own, he afTerted, that all the Vices and Follies of the Male Part of the Creation, wer
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

21. ExtraS of Letter from Madrid, May Difpatches from Don Pedro Cevalf,3F los, Governour of RioPJata, in South America, we learn that the Portu- W guefe having fortified themfelves in the Defile of Chuy, and fome other Places along the Ccaft as far as Rio-Grande, he had out on t
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JOHN TRINDER, Paftry-Cook and Confectioner, In Orange-Grove, BATH, (Late Cook to Ralph Allen, Efq. at Prior-Park) Has open'd Shop for

JOHN TRINDER, Paftry-Cook and Confectioner, In Orange-Grove, BATH, (Late Cook to Ralph Allen, Efq. at Prior-Park) Has open'd Shop for

the Sea/on at Bristol Hot-Wells, Oppofite the Adam and Eve> near Dowry- Square. The Nobility, Gentry, and may depend on being ferved with all Sorts Made Difhes, Foreign and Englifh; Paltry of all Kinds, cut and ornamented Confectionary, See. Sec. in the greateft Perfection, and
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, June 23.

London, June 23.

We are allured her Majefty has •within thefe few Days been prefented with curious Set of China of Englifh Manufa&ory, which is allowed Judges to be equal in Beauty and Make to any foreign China whatever - } and a curious Clock of exquifite Workmanfliip. Tliey write from Brunfwic
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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Bristol, June 23.

Bristol, June 23.

Arriv'd the HoT-^ re j^r•' ler, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Parckhirft, Cap*- 1 t*' Mr. Butler, Mr. Bucher. Hunt, Mr. LoyeJ, Mitchells, Mr. \V'-' Vaflal, Mr. Wadding, *p, White, Mr. and Drummond, Mr. and •]«, and Family, Lady Athol, Mrs. Packer, Caftleframe, Mrs. ltLl * Hodgfon, Mifs LOve
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Flatterer. OF all the Vices which debafe the Mind, Delude our Senfes, and our Reafbn blind, The meaneft, loweft,

The Flatterer. OF all the Vices which debafe the Mind, Delude our Senfes, and our Reafbn blind, The meaneft, loweft,

the moft fervile Art, Whofe pleafing Draughts intoxicate the Heart, Is Flatfry !■—That fawning Sycophait, Who, Food colle£ling, imitates the Ant, Round Summer-tables will artiduous prey, And careful fhun the Winter of our Day.— How mean ! how bafe ! the Flatfrer"'s only Care, Wh
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
f 0 ' [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] V\a \>/ n '»i 8 a P er (which has nbfolutelv much more

f 0 ' [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] V\a \>/ n '»i 8 a P er (which has nbfolutelv much more

extenfivc Circulation than any other in the City; and confequentlv a Number u r• , , BookfelUr, in London Mr. Cadell, Briftol Mr. Collins, at Salifbury M r. Jackfon, at Orford -t Glo« 'ft ™ re * enc Coney, Mrs. Chadlklin, and. Mr. Norm, Taunton Mr. Spencer, at Exeir, Mr. BurrSeh
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
rbe 'RE PROOF. i. CEASE, ceafe ; 'tis all in vain ! Complaints nor eafe nor cure the Pain. .

rbe 'RE PROOF. i. CEASE, ceafe ; 'tis all in vain ! Complaints nor eafe nor cure the Pain. .

thou a faithful Friend, Would liften to thy Grief, And cordial Pitty lend, Oh this thou think'it Relief! But foolifh Maid -thy Wifli is vain Complaints Prolongers are of Pain And what Sighs and Tears would end, Is agravated and renew'd each condoling Friend. 11. Then impious Mai
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
E Pr G R A M. THE Glow-Worm's Light, and Luftre pale, Philofophers remark, but a Female's fiery Tail, Love's

E Pr G R A M. THE Glow-Worm's Light, and Luftre pale, Philofophers remark, but a Female's fiery Tail, Love's

Flarabeau in the Dark. Taught this Worm, ye and Beavs Alluring Harlots fpurn ; Their fiery Tail no (hows, burn
28 June 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England