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«• HOUSE, plearant!yft quire of Mr. Trefi ' (i j«fi 1 Green Street, at .f fl® N. B. The laft

«• HOUSE, plearant!yft quire of Mr. Trefi ' (i j«fi 1 Green Street, at .f fl® N. B. The laft

ceeding from By His Effence J,«gv. Ic^r'S'gn?^ mach and Bowels, > n 1 , ings from other Cat' e '. Wind, W. as others, .re dadj<*&„ dial and Stomachic by any other Medic'" e " Prepared and and Apothecary* r , and is appointed to 1 ' I Apothecary and C , he^' by ji ' y Gate-Street
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

Turfy, J, THE new Dutch Ambafl'acor armed here twelve ago. Jhe of Plague ill t.iis City every day. (Ju^ftte. . cc cr Papers il'arjaw, IVla*J Auguji 21. The King ha? a ij enquire into, gr.v,. and pub the) to p Hop to u»ury. ul. exm gain, 10 e!t*l'».ih iuuptuaiy Las, and fuj.rret»
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, 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
 
Bristol, September 7.

Bristol, September 7.

Arriv'd the Hot-Wells.—Mr. Mr. Evatts, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Jackfon, Mr. Johnfon, Mr. Ludas, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Rigbey, Mr. Sherlock, Mr. Balaero, Mr. Evans, Mrs. Hotchkinfon, Mrs. Manners, Mrs. Orday, Mifs AJhe, Mifs Warburton, &c. (Sc. &c. Came in fmce our laft,- The Britannia, Fijh
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath, September 12.

Bath, September 12.

Arriv'd here, LadySj"'p Lady Catharine Murray» , . Bre/eton, Mr. and M«. S Ketto, Mr. and Mrs. Partridge, Mr. and M lS ' f Mrs. Fell, Mr. and 5, p ■M f Whitmore, Mr. and Mr. Blair, Mr. Barnav«M ingham, Mr. Fr»nW«"»* ftead, Mr. Powell, Mr. rS> Wolfe, Mrs. Beckett, 1 Mri Watts, Mr
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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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
 
flit Day is (Price 6J) With a beauti:ul PeHpcdtivc View the Walk Vaux* all C»A^iDtNS with tlx buildings clcgutiMy un

flit Day is (Price 6J) With a beauti:ul PeHpcdtivc View the Walk Vaux* all C»A^iDtNS with tlx buildings clcgutiMy un

and, aeon witU a DeLription ctut ivolt dcltgtaiiy place. HnHEGENTLEMAN's MAG A-1 ZIN Ej for A 17« S. Containing, more io Quantity and greater Variety thin Book the Kind and Price, Letter Earl, on the prclent important Vktvl obfervaAini on the importation ot timber irom l\<cr»pMo
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, 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