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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
 
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
 

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On CELIA.-An Epigram.

On CELIA.-An Epigram.

BY artful Glances, and inviting Smiles, Celia firft hints her Skill in amVous Toils Returns each Ogle from Philandtr's Eyes, And With him languishes, and with him At length, the happy Man dares fpeak his Fjanle, The willing Fair too deigns to own.the fame With melting Ki'fies ta
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
America.

America.

Boston, July Phillips who wived here laft Friday Days from New. foundland, we learn, that there are four Englifti Men of War, and two French, on that otation, for the Proteflion Trade ; and that one of the Tenders belonging to the going into St. Peter's, had taken three Englifh
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
 
LONDON, Sept. 9

LONDON, Sept. 9

LONDON, Sept. St. James's, Sept. 7. a letter from Dunkirk received yeiterday learn, that the demolition of the Jet tecs of the channel of Dunkirk was begun the inlhnt. The King has been pleafed to conllitute and appoint his Grace Thomas Holler, Duke of Newcaftlr, be Lord Lieutena
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England