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Lett, And Enter d upon Immediately, A Large Mefluage or Tenement, in Trim-Street, in the City of Bath, late 111

Lett, And Enter d upon Immediately, A Large Mefluage or Tenement, in Trim-Street, in the City of Bath, late 111

the PofTeffion of WadhamWyndham, Efq. For Particulars enquire Mr. Yefcombe, Attorney, in Bath Glastonbury, July i 3, 1765. TvJOTICE is hereby given, that on Monday the 29'.h Inftant, all the STOCK, and FURNITURE, confifting of good Bedding, and all Sorts of Upper-Room, Parlour,
25 July 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
<t/. yantt*i, Decanter I§, ~t\. WH'F. t Sir has been humb'y rcpre* len the that *t at Motion utility Lincoln,

<t/. yantt*i, Decanter I§, ~t\. WH'F. t Sir has been humb'y rcpre* len the that *t at Motion utility Lincoln,

w.is on Kr day the rath in the Night broke and entered l»y fc ions unknown and that an Iton which the Ciown's Mo.xy Mas dtpolited was biokc open, and the Sum One Hundred Pounds or thereabouts was the faid Perlons r.i Ken and earned away. His Mijerty better dilcovcring and bringi
3 January 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
all Liven of Mrtb, Em, and iLwuf This Day is Piiblifhcd, Shilling poire Red, ami .rh curK-us Choice Glee," The

all Liven of Mrtb, Em, and iLwuf This Day is Piiblifhcd, Shilling poire Red, ami .rh curK-us Choice Glee," The

tuck's Merry Companion."" • entire New and Clio tc e of the mofl excelled joyous CATCHES and CANTATAS, Societies of Bloods, Bucks, Merry Fellows Choice Spirits and ceicbvated Andamucl Originals than were ever it any Collection before. plain Directions for Singing with a good Gra
3 January 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
America.

America.

bly, by the Governor, Confequence il ltf Relolves cccalioneLl by the Stamp-Aft, theie been an of new Afleitibly which thtre was Exclulion of all thofe Members of the former Alleinbly, who did not affent to Relolves } but ihole in the Intercft were all re-elected. alfo fi-om that
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, September 5.

London, September 5.

his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glocefter arrived in Town, and afterwards waited on their Majefties the Queen's Palace. aLetter ymo uih learn, thatYefterday nnight his Royal Highr.el's the nf GWeft,, pajed through tha.Vown, i„ hi" Way t° Mount Edgecombe. The next Mofnmg went Wate
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SALLY.—A Pastoral Song. YE Shepherds that watch on the Plain, Allow me a Play-day to keepj Ah ! can you

SALLY.—A Pastoral Song. YE Shepherds that watch on the Plain, Allow me a Play-day to keepj Ah ! can you

deny the poor Swain, Who never deferted his Sheep. It my fair Sally's Requeft To-day I wou'd pipe in the Grove j Was ever fond Shepherd lo bleft, So kindly invited Love ? With Care I have prun'd all Trees My Fountains are limped and clear, Banks I have furnilh'd with Bees Below
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

Friday's and Saturday's POSTS.

# # Arrived Mail from Holland. Constantinople, April 1. Day before Yefterday a Fire broke out in the Quarter of Tophana, though immediate Affiftance was enf » continued burning for twelve Hours, confirming about 500 Houfes. The Plague daily carries off a Number of People, two Se
6 June 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, May 30.

London, May 30.

1 efterday was Grand Council at St. James's, when the Right Hon. Lord Weymouth was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the of the Earl of Northumberland. J fte , the P'ogheda kified his g Hand on being appointed Lieutenant- General on the Irifh Eftabliihmerrt. Temple, and two Brothers,
6 June 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Berlin, May 25. EDNESDAY and Thurfday laft the Troops, affembled here for the Rear Vv view, were again drawn up the , Plain of Tempiow, and exercifed before his Pruflian M-jefty, who was extremely well pleaf'ed with them. A great Number the General Officers had the Honour of din
6 June 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, June 6.

Bath, June 6.

Arriv'd here, Marquefs of Carnarvon and Lady, Lady Cullerne, Sir Richard Philips, Gen. Pultney, Rev. Dr. Bateman and Mrs. Rev. Mr. Biown, Mr. and Mrs. Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Hornby, Mr. and Mrs. Ruedett, Mr. and Mrs. Paulmethorn, Mr. and Mrs. Cutherwood, Capt. Smith, Mr. Johnfon,
6 June 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England