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London, September 12.

London, September 12.

Tuefday her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales had a numerous and fplendid Levee Leicefter Houfe : The Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, and moft of the Royal Family, were prefent, who afterwards dined with her Royal Highuefs at Carlton-Houfe. Yellciday there was a num
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Quin's Soliloquy on feeing Duke Humphry at St. Albarfs. A Plague on Egypt's Arts, I fay Embalm the Dead lenkkfsClay

Quin's Soliloquy on feeing Duke Humphry at St. Albarfs. A Plague on Egypt's Arts, I fay Embalm the Dead lenkkfsClay

Rich Wines and Spices wafte ! Like Sturgeon, or like Brawn, fhall I Bound in a precious Pickle lie, Which I can never tafte? Let me embalm this Flefh of mine With Turtle-Fat and Bourdeaux Wine, And fpoil the iEgypiian Trade ! Than Humphry's Duke more happy I— Embalm'd ali-ve, ol
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
jv .j EPIGRAM, Dukes, ot r \ And haughtily deip' b"L|J' Venus, r / H.r Votaries that 'V (A. Warring

jv .j EPIGRAM, Dukes, ot r \ And haughtily deip' b"L|J' Venus, r / H.r Votaries that 'V (A. Warring

to par Has curs "em wit"
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, September 14.

London, September 14.

The voung Prince is to bebaptiled Wednefj day next; a cuiious new State Cradle, with crimfon Velvet and rich Gold is brought'into the Nurlery, and all other neceffary Preparations are making. . - hear his Serene Highnefs the Prince Brunl'wick will take a Tour with his Royal the
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Toi.tSOL n. the lime .fave: Ail'n't*, t c Zign of iiiuc in Louth in tin 0/ Ltnct.'i, the eighth of

Toi.tSOL n. the lime .fave: Ail'n't*, t c Zign of iiiuc in Louth in tin 0/ Ltnct.'i, the eighth of

17^>5, improve.: c^nfi'tin'* ot Firm convenient Out-buildings, C i tes and Parcels Mc dow, and I'jitirc, r- and lyiig in Frulthorpe and button in the laid County Lincoln, now \Vi<Jow tin; yearly Rene 31 !. tt Chiet Ken: fit ao». a Year, which the Ttnit.r a*id i'.f» li nks. Alio
19 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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Bristol, September 14.

Bristol, September 14.

Arrived the Hot Wells.—Lord Hope, Lord Leigh, Rev. Mr Dodfon Rev. Mr. Scott, Dr. DunJafs, (.apt. Donavan, Mr. Fothergill, Mr. Menfe, Mr. Powell, Mr. Craven, Mrs. Thompjon, &c. &c. &c. Came in fi ce otfr laft', The Plain Dealing, Begge, from Oporto; Penn, Harkies, from Philadelph
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

Friday and Sunday Nights Posts.

. Fid following Advices cam by the Math from Holland) France, and Flanders. Rene, in Italy, Jugnft 21. tV.e this month the Pope went to-' affift _ divine Isrvice in the church Roch ; but his return the Palace, he was taken with a fhortncl's of breath, which deprived nim his till
19 September 1765 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, for Great-Britain and the Plantations. PIKE's GRAND ANTIDOTE for the Itch, and all Scorbutic Humours.

his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, for Great-Britain and the Plantations. PIKE's GRAND ANTIDOTE for the Itch, and all Scorbutic Humours.

J HE Proprietor has appointed CLUER DICEY •*- and Co. at Dr. Bateman's IVarehoufe, in Bow-Church-Yard, LondoA, the only Fenders this Ointment, to whom all Perfons are defired to apply for Merchants, Captains of Ships, and Country Dealers, <will ha ve good Allowance to fell again
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
and intent upon increafing the public Finances, and efpfcially the Duties of Cuftoms ; wherein he laboured to eftablifh a

and intent upon increafing the public Finances, and efpfcially the Duties of Cuftoms ; wherein he laboured to eftablifh a

favourite Hypothefis of his own, and convince Mankind that the iMethod of Colle'aion may be rendered as effedual as that of Excife. But his Addrefs was dry, ungracious, cold in obliging, and fourly negative: Bufinefs tedious, minute, pugnatious: In Power jealous without Caqfe, f
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
nro be Sold by Auftion, fome Tim Oflober next, either together eels, Several Leafehold MESbUAGE. NEMENTS, Clofes, Pieces and Parcel

nro be Sold by Auftion, fome Tim Oflober next, either together eels, Several Leafehold MESbUAGE. NEMENTS, Clofes, Pieces and Parcel

dow, Patture, and 'Arable Gioun . Tiv. rton, Twerton, the Cuu.. Som.ru,, a pleafcnt Village near ':he City Bath.— imely Notice of- ' Place of Sale will he given this rape • SAMUEL HANCOCK, T TAVING taken and enter'd on the ' H and PELICAN .. S'W»» in the County of Bents, lalc "
19 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England