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France, and Flanders.

France, and Flanders.

# * Arrived the Mails from HOLLAND, pETERSBOURG, June ji. The ..Troops diftfibuted in the (everal Places of this Province have received Order to hold ready for the two Camps which it is decided (hall be formed, one near Riga, other in the Environs Revel. Genoa, Juries.3. By the
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A NEW SONG. 1. ISaitf, that fonger a Slave To my Fair-One's Caprice I*d remain But 'twas foolifti to think

A NEW SONG. 1. ISaitf, that fonger a Slave To my Fair-One's Caprice I*d remain But 'twas foolifti to think

could brave Her Beauties, or loofen Chain. 11. Can the Mifer forget his dear Pelf? Can the Turtle forfake its fond Mate f Can my Heart e'er prevail with The capricious Celinda to hate f 111. No, furety hut Prudeilce infpires, Since the Nymph's thus refoiv'd to feem coy, Tho' Bof
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
lie &aID, On Monday the 30th Day of July, At the FOUNTAIN TAVERN Taunton, LL that Meflfuage or Tenement and

lie &aID, On Monday the 30th Day of July, At the FOUNTAIN TAVERN Taunton, LL that Meflfuage or Tenement and

Farm, call'd HAYNE FARM, being all together contiguous, and fituate in the Parifhes OTTERFORD, PITMISTER, and CORFE, lying four Miles from Taunton, five from Wellington, and fix from Chard, all three confiderablc Market Towns the County of Somerfet. ConGlting in the Whole of Two
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fe«,?>pv nf wn HOUSE o n c IC Midsum- d £sooa of somerfct:- J o Cl, ,IIS the Floor >

fe«,?>pv nf wn HOUSE o n c IC Midsum- d £sooa of somerfct:- J o Cl, ,IIS the Floor >

ft, 1 l ' le fecond, ? f0 , r Se with very 4 rgc a,ni, Coach : g h r od Gaibe efir e ny 4 antit y of Mea- ' . * > will u,rc of Mr'CV «in r ewthefa,rtet^Ss oln Biifto| tlly^'tua;ion » lO Miles ton e, S' lt from Well?, Si?' l h 'We a g°®d Turn- has Ces -» > CLn lately put good ':v
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JuJl publijhed, Price neatly bov.nl 2S. Printed on fine Paper and a quite new Type, (To -which is prefixed a

JuJl publijhed, Price neatly bov.nl 2S. Printed on fine Paper and a quite new Type, (To -which is prefixed a

curious and practical Table, exhibiting at one rich all the -various Cafes ( by different Divifors) in the Rule of PraSice,, in order to eafe the Memory of fuch Perfons as underhand Figures, (is ".veil as prove the Book by) Britannicus Estimator: Or, The Trader's Complete GUIDE.
26 July 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.

Arrivd a Mail from Flanders. . V Stockholm, "Jutieir. 20th the Burghers of this City pa (Ted in Review befoie his jetty, which only once n £3ch p n - The Cavalry d of 500. Infantry 1506; former extremely well mounted,' and both Coi. went through their Evolutions with great Credi
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, July 19.

London, July 19.

Yefterday his Majelty was pleaTed to appoint the Hon. Hans Stanley, Efq. to be Governor the Ifie of Wight, the Room of the Hon. Henry Holmes, deceafed. His has been to appoint Humphry Senhoufe; Efq, Lieut, of the County Weftmorelartd. We hear that the Right Hon. tlieE :rl of Pow
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bristol, July 21.

Bristol, July 21.

A>-ri<v'dat //« Hot-Wells, Admiral Griffin, Rev. Mr. Holme, Rev. Mr. Prcfton, Rev. Mr. Townfend, Capt. Maxwell, Capt. Wadman, Mr. Browning, Mr. Dicey, Mr. Ducane, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Gore, Mr. Hanger, Mr. Mead, Mr. Mr. Stroud, Mr. Simtnonds, Mr. and Mrs. B3yes, Mr. and Mrs. Raiders,
26 July 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Scotch ; he woulcTTiTvc , now many comfortable civil employments tiicy hold, which arc attended with g’cat profit, and no

Scotch ; he woulcTTiTvc , now many comfortable civil employments tiicy hold, which arc attended with g’cat profit, and no

labour. Thcfe, fir, are the proper fubjefts of complaint— Thtfe are real grievances—The great number of offices, finecures and penfions, arc a difgracc gov—m —t. ’Tis niameful and unjuft, that many great, idle drones fhould fatten upon the labour and induftry cf the hive ! • . '
23 July 1764 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
L O N li.O N.

L O N li.O N.

Extraft ofa letter fro.P aris, Jidy 'rj. lou may remember, ,r, that we w-rre for lome time lafl year amiufedwith an account cf a new difcovered ifland, for i.ich the people cf ihis country propofed to themfeh i'mnienfe advantages. Tjic report was occafioned bthe fitrinrr cut of
25 July 1764 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland