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The Crooked Stick, a TALE. Mr. Vicarman. SILVIA, in Days Yore, had been, bright a Nymph as trod the Greer

The Crooked Stick, a TALE. Mr. Vicarman. SILVIA, in Days Yore, had been, bright a Nymph as trod the Greer

j A Croud Youths fucceflive drove, To gsin the fickle Virgin's Love : But r.ow, at ieaft, the Fortieth Year In Svlvia's Viiage did appear, Her Prime, al is! her Diys were o'er ! And (he was teaz'd to Death no more Now (lie began to be afraid—~ That (he (houli die—(hould die a Ma
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fo [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] V a per, (which has nbfolutely inucli more extenfive Circulation than any other in the

fo [ Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] V a per, (which has nbfolutely inucli more extenfive Circulation than any other in the

City: and confeotientlv Niimhcr d„.j . , , Newbcry, BookfelUr, in London Mr. Cadtll, Briftol Mr. Collins, at Salifluiry j Mr" Jackfon at Oxford Mr Raike- » ft" 6 Po'ft Coney, at Bridgewater j Mifs Anderdon, and Mr. Norm, at Taunton Mr. Spencer, Exeter; BuJrough, 'at Devize Mr S■
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
I i; ! ,i ' 'V > ' •"ij iiproVEC;, Oi efficcch&s P'tj !' ' ' Dtfeafe incident !'r H't

I i; ! ,i ' 'V > ' •"ij iiproVEC;, Oi efficcch&s P'tj !' ' ' Dtfeafe incident !'r H't

been puolithed, ; '" for their common ~ -' i"®"da. ce of Phyficians 1 c'ai n' Cafe, entirely , 1 C «»i l .ry. Ufcof Fat E °BALD, M. D. '• Medic.l,l, *. 1 T| le followingcurioiK ke .° f Gout ' in! Ue s Ointment for Sore S emcJ Bite a , : l f r ' e,iS famous Cure for n,e « l and m
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
(compleatly Furnifli'd) And enter'd upon Immediately, A HOUSE, having twolargeßooms 011 Floor, with great Conveniencies be- Jonging thereto; in South-Gate-Slreet,

(compleatly Furnifli'd) And enter'd upon Immediately, A HOUSE, having twolargeßooms 011 Floor, with great Conveniencies be- Jonging thereto; in South-Gate-Slreet,

in the City of Bath, late in the Polf of Mrs. Cochran. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. William YescoMbe, Attorney, in Bath. And enter'd upon Immediately, For a Term of Years, or otherwife, compleatly and elegantly Furnisii'd, A HOUSE with greatConveniencies thereto belon
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arrived the Mails From Holland, FRANCE, and FLANDERS.

Arrived the Mails From Holland, FRANCE, and FLANDERS.

Leghorn, Aug. A Swedifh Vtffel arrived here this Morning fiom Algier", after nine Days and has brought Horn - the Conful, who reiided there on the Part of the Duchy ; in confe quence of a Declaration War by the Bey of Algiers againft the Emperor, Grand Duke of Tufcany. This Rupt
13 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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[PriceTwo-Pence Halfpenny.] I 1 M has much more Circulation than any other in the r"«i a u %} Mr'p y'

[PriceTwo-Pence Halfpenny.] I 1 M has much more Circulation than any other in the r"«i a u %} Mr'p y'

Bookftlltr, in London Mr. CadtH, Brilbl, Mr. Collins, Salifo ur v' T,^?' f Re ers ' and beneficial to theft %in Cone y» at Bridge water Mifs A.ulenlon, and Mr. Norm, Taftton Mr. °* f( '' Gloucefter M.-Goadby, at Sfaer- o Miles Bath; and by the fcews-Mtn ;-at ShillingsTnd Mr. Str
13 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sober Man from Twenty-five "*• Thirty Years Age, that can come well recommended, who can Shave and wn'ieiftandt looking after

Sober Man from Twenty-five "*• Thirty Years Age, that can come well recommended, who can Shave and wn'ieiftandt looking after

Horfes, and that is wiih put his tlaßil to any Thing if required ; live with a fingle Gentleman in tha Country. futher Particulars apply to Mr. Richard Humphry, ♦ ..rney at Law in > o-j;bruge, Wilts. BATH, September 6. be play'd for at Backsword, on THURSDAY the 20th, and FRIDAY
6 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Arrived the Mails From Holland, FRANCE, and FLANDERS.

Arrived the Mails From Holland, FRANCE, and FLANDERS.

|\, 1 mil' ' e^y has approved 1 Utlt d e J Regulations prokOVrf 0h far |,pe - A Colleftion 'he es which Sof ' he '■ ' 3v aiu ' Commanders R,n « ■» l« to their pe.feft *?• ij Ve,h rov» n Courfe of this V\ Pr«a nt0 k the Sea ° n theo,her b,o ? 101,1 forty thoufand T En land a " d
13 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, September 15.

LONDON, September 15.

Yefterday there was very grand Council at St. James's, on Affairs of Importance. It is raid a certain noble Duke wil! IhortTy out in very high Character to a neighbouring Kingdom on an important Affair. We hear a certain General Officer was very lately offet-ed theCtimmand of aß
20 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Brostol, September 1.

Brostol, September 1.

Arri'v'd at the Hot-Wells,—Colonel Stroude, Mr. Stephenfon and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Reddi(h, Mr. and Mrs- Wills, Mr. and Mil's Brittel, Mr. and Mifs Blackwood, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Lorim«, Mr. Mr. Newton, Mr. Wilcox, Mrs. Clayton, Mr. and Mils Mifs Tiuugh, Mifs roll, &c. Came in fenc
6 September 1764 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England