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Tuesday Night's Post.

Tuesday Night's Post.

The following Advices cam by the Mails from Holland and Flanders \ From the London Gazette, Sept. 7. Florence, in Italy, Auguft 24. BY letters from Rome we hive notice, that on Monday laft the Pope was feized with a fit, which totally deprived him, for many hours, of his fenfes;
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
&c 'THE GREAT TYTHES of the Tparifl, :s£S& £*2 County and alfo J of one L e> Expeftant, upon the

&c 'THE GREAT TYTHES of the Tparifl, :s£S& £*2 County and alfo J of one L e> Expeftant, upon the

Deter ac h-Houfe, and of a good Dwel l . n 6*. H ° uf tesn Qa en-Charle- Garden thereto adjoining, fituated ton aforefaid.-K?- Queen-Charleto about four Miles iron. Bnftol, one Keynfham, and about nine fiom For Particulars enquire Mr J Attorney, at Bath. AARON Carver, Gilder, an
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The CHAT of the DAY.

The CHAT of the DAY.

WKL S'% as 1 was going to tell you. about, that whether a in its fhou'd be received or not. However, magnanimity winch a great peonage eminently determined him not pake, by his aI. budy of people uneafy for the of a few therefore with much more condefcenfion than Fclk* lay Folks
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Bcjloi, 22. hear that Michael Franklin, Efq; Halifax, is appointed Lieutenant-Governor of the Pro• -nce Nova Scotia, in the room of ih« Hon. Jonathan H«!ch?r, F.fy Philadelphia, I. A Gentleman his correspondent here, that he might afore his frierds. the Spaniards would certainly
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] <I,Mr''*) > EV5E ft« ' Circulation thaft any other in the City; and greater Number of Readers,

Price Two-Pence Halfpenny.] <I,Mr''*) > EV5E ft« ' Circulation thaft any other in the City; and greater Number of Readers,

and more n i l • for this which ha* abfolutely much more ext Briftol } Mr. Collins, Salifbury Mr. Jackfon, Oxford Mr. Raik.es, at • 1 41 >- London Mr. CM"' Mr ' „ Devizes Mr. Stroud, a %t Fnntmi-Offi M* f MEDICINES all Letters from Warfaw mention, that Symptoms of the Plague had
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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London, September 7.

London, September 7.

The Day fixed for tlrfe baptizing the young Prince, is the 18th Inft. at St. James's. It h now faid that his Grace the Duke Richmond will let out on his bmbaffy to the Court of France, about the Middle of this Month. His Majefty has appointed Major William Pifton be Lieutenant-C
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sale by Auflion, at the Exchange CofFee-Houfe in on Saturday the Inftant September, at Twelve o'Clork, About 1000 Virginia WALNUT

Sale by Auflion, at the Exchange CofFee-Houfe in on Saturday the Inftant September, at Twelve o'Clork, About 1000 Virginia WALNUT

PLANKS, and WALNUT LOGS, 500 Feet in Lot, juft imported the Apollo from Virginia, and of a fine Quality, now lying in Lor« the Mud-Dock.—Catalogues may be had by applying toR.ME YLER, Broker, inßriftol. BATH, July 18, 1765. JAMES WALL, LINEN-DRAPER, BEGS Leave to acquaint his Cu
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
a pretended Friend, and real Enemy. THY hefitating Tongue, and doubtful Face, Shew all thy Kindnefs to be mere Grimace

a pretended Friend, and real Enemy. THY hefitating Tongue, and doubtful Face, Shew all thy Kindnefs to be mere Grimace

Throw off the Mafk at once ; be Foe or Friend} 'Tis bafe to footh, when Malice is the End The Rock that's feen, gives the poor Sailor Dread; But double Terror, that which hides its Head. SAMUEL HANCOCK, HAVING taken and enter'd on the GEORGE and PELICAN INN at Speenhamland, in t
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SCARBOROUGH RACES.

SCARBOROUGH RACES.

Tutlday (I'nnight the 50 1. for five-year olds, three mile heats, was won Mr. Shepherd's chefnut horfe, Young Crab Mr. chef. Crab Bloiiom 1 2 Mr. Fenton's bay horfe, Nothiig 3 he 50 1. Give-arid Take, was not run for on Wednesday. Thurfday the 50 1. weight f.»r age and qualifica
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday morning about one o'clock, all the Jong going out or town were flopped and robbed near Green a fingie

Wednesday morning about one o'clock, all the Jong going out or town were flopped and robbed near Green a fingie

highwayman. The lail coach lie robbed was the Exeter, which was in view of the driver sr.J guard the mail. The guaid having unfortunately left his tiorfe at Hour flow, was in the cart ; and being un* willing to (hoot the highwayman, drove on, and got to turnpike before him ; whe
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England