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'Co &olb, For [the Remainder of a Term of Years, determinable on Lives, FourMefiiiages or Tenements In Walcot-Street, in the

'Co &olb, For [the Remainder of a Term of Years, determinable on Lives, FourMefiiiages or Tenements In Walcot-Street, in the

City of Bath, with the Garden Ground thereto belonging, extending from (he Street to the River, and containing Breadth Feet, and in Depth Feet. Enquire of Mr. Fowell, Attorney at Law, in Bath. 'T'O be Sold by Audlion, fome Time "*■ October next, either together or in Parcels, Se
12 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

the following Advices catrte the Mails from Holland) Itance, and Flanders, Frankfort on the Majtte, Attgujl 27. THE letters from Infprack, cannot the confternation and farrow which reign there lince death of the Emperor. The Imperial family who are ire inconfolable. The Etnprefs
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

York, July 22. Captain Caftles arrived here la 11 Friday from Penfacola, in 25 o'avs; by whom we learn, the of June floop arrived therefrom Vera Cruz, having on boarJ one million and bait hard milled dollars, and have traded for t had they been permitted: but vefic! fconer ancho
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sra?c t.f rtcry, 5, pc T C iHARESo/TICKE «t s, Shakes Arc J. HAZARD, and Co. Stcck-Bipkcrs, their under the

Sra?c t.f rtcry, 5, pc T C iHARESo/TICKE «t s, Shakes Arc J. HAZARD, and Co. Stcck-Bipkcrs, their under the

Rcyal'Excla and thei Houfe in Ludgate~Strtet. Whcie the and Regifter Rooks the Drawing the Lottery are Krpr, TICKETS SHARES Six-pence pur Number, nd the narlielt Account of their Succefs lent any (Jrtat-Britain, Sic. The SCHEMEof the LOTTERY. No. c f Value Total each. Value. m i
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS.

COUNTRY-NEWS.

Lynn, Sept, Lad Thurfday being St* John's at a very full Afiembly of the Corporation, Sir John Tar. ner, Bart, was chofen Ma>or of this borough ; upon which he paid the full fine 60 1. to exculed Jcmng that office this year. Mr. Alderman Cary is elected Mayor this borough for th
12 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
London, September 10.

London, September 10.

Sunday being the Anniverfary of their Majefties Marriage, the fame was obferved at Court; when his Majelty received the Compliments of the Nobility on the Occafion, and at Night there weie Bonfires, &c. in different Parts Weflminfter. is faid his Serene Highnefs the Prince Brunf
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
 
London. yalate Aft of Partheir r ?° nS fe,,n, wine by Re- V 'int. °f t'i • ICence Ten Days

London. yalate Aft of Partheir r ?° nS fe,,n, wine by Re- V 'int. °f t'i • ICence Ten Days

before 51 1) to fell 'P Licences, h'H Without"?'- and all Perfons rellin p forfeit the Sum N B -T nfo " ds one Half whereof • H i' 5 - Bto rant Licences or »f. "ida are from Nine oXlock \Ss, CXCe P lec ') until the 20th of Ur a, f*' C€ nces will be granted fea^^dB 1 . AUCTION '
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