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llttti and entered on immediately? 1 A -Large Meflfhage or Tenement, Trim-Street, the City of Bath, late the Wadham VVyndham,

llttti and entered on immediately? 1 A -Large Meflfhage or Tenement, Trim-Street, the City of Bath, late the Wadham VVyndham,

Efq. For Particulars enquire Mr. Yefcombe, Attorney, in Bath aforeiaid. be Lett immeOiatelp, A Convenient HOUSE, fit for a Gentleman's Family; having feven good Bed chambers, two Parlours, with a Kitchen, Brew-Houfe, Sec. Scabling for Hor/es Kitchen and Fiower Gardens; and much
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Lett, and to entered Michaelmas next, *or Term five and a half then come, a large commodious HOUSE/, being tl<e

Lett, and to entered Michaelmas next, *or Term five and a half then come, a large commodious HOUSE/, being tl<e

firft next Gay-Street, the Eall Side t.f the Kind's Circus, Bath, row in the Edmund PIoWDEN, Efq. Confifting of three Rooms on Floor, befnles five Garr;ts, with double Offices, tone und> r another.—Enquire at the Houfe, Mr. John Attorney, Lady- IMcid, Bath N. B. The in the above
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS for this paperTwo-Pence Halfpenny.] I a, £ME Tirculation than any other in the Neighbourhood confequently greater Number of Readers,

ADVERTISEMENTS for this paperTwo-Pence Halfpenny.] I a, £ME Tirculation than any other in the Neighbourhood confequently greater Number of Readers,

and more ' en >n°b Ul S Pa er (which ha# absolutely more exten IQ Br jft o l Mr. Collins, at Saliflmry Mr. Jackfon, at Mr. Raikes, Glouc.-fter j Mr. V y > - . Newbe v London Mr. , Taurjton , Mr. bpencer, at Exeter; Mr. « Devizes Mr. Stroud, at the Polt-OAcSS" water; M* the had,
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, July JAMES WALL, BLINEN.DRAPf.R, RGS Leave to acqmirit hisCuftomers and the Public, that he is ju(t return'd from Ireland,

BATH, July JAMES WALL, BLINEN.DRAPf.R, RGS Leave to acqmirit hisCuftomers and the Public, that he is ju(t return'd from Ireland,

and has brought over very large Aflortnient of Linens of all Kinds, Diapers, Huccabacks, Sheetings, <Scc. which he will fell (together with every oilier Article in the Linen-Drapery BufineTs) on the molt moderate Terms.—-He alio takes this Opportunity to return fincere Thanks to
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, September 19.

London, September 19.

On Monday Afternoon their Royal Higlvnefies the Dukes York and Glocelter went tne at Four o'Clock returned ,h« Chriftening the P, Tuciaay his l the Hereditary Prince of Bruofwick was at Woolwich in order to view the Artillery at that Place, and expieffed the greateft thereat. We
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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London, September 24.

London, September 24.

Yefterday in the Afternoon, their Royal Highre(l<-s the Dukes of York and Gioceffer, and their HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, fet out for the Princefs Amelia's Seat at Gunnerfourv, where a grand Entertainment was given, and at Night there was a Ball, Preparatio
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, for Great-Britain and the Plantations. PIKE's GRAND ANTIDOTE for the Itch, and all Scorbutic

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

Humours. ejr'HE Proprietor has appointed CLUER DICEY and Co. Dr. Bateman's Warehoufe, in Bow-Churchard, London, the only Venders of this Ointment, to whom all Perfons are defer ed to apply for it. Merchants, Captains of Ships, and Conntry Dealers, will have good Allowance to fel
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Epitaph on a young Gentleman who died for Love. from this Dream of Life* this Maze of Here rells^he Lover

Epitaph on a young Gentleman who died for Love. from this Dream of Life* this Maze of Here rells^he Lover

and the Friend Alive refpeaed, Jov'd bj-allbut one, To him the fame tho belov d by none. This dearer one by cruel Slander ftrove To wrong his Fame, as had wrong his Lore. From her unkind Reproaches funded more Than all the giddy Turns of Thofe Arrows piercing a w ll * k " 0W1 l£
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
And Enter d. upon at Lady-Day next, OHARPSHAW FARM, in the Pa- rifh of Nunney, the County of Somerfet ;

And Enter d. upon at Lady-Day next, OHARPSHAW FARM, in the Pa- rifh of Nunney, the County of Somerfet ;

containing about Acres of Meadow, Pa'ture, and Arable Land, all in good Condit'on, well watered in the dryeft Summer, and lying contiguous poflibie around the with Fruit enough in a tolerable Year to make ten or twelve Hogfheads of Cyder. The Farm Houfc, Barns, Stables, &c. all
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AARON JjS! Carver, Gilder, an ' ,1 (From 'At his LOOKING Tower-Lane, * t>EGS Leave 3 bilitv, Gentry, and o«

AARON JjS! Carver, Gilder, an ' ,1 (From 'At his LOOKING Tower-Lane, * t>EGS Leave 3 bilitv, Gentry, and o«

larre AfTortment i">,.i f and Burniih Gold Frames, ; alfo a large Aflortment -i • and Burnifti Gold ; ' 11 ' li(b' Frames, See. Old C £ ' 1 tbe loweft Prices, i> eSt a '' in London. He engages to L Ladies, who pleafc fle 1 ! Commands, with Glafc r' eh- White Burnith'd ' Mafhee.
26 September 1765 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England