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An Hiftorical and Philofophical Ffifay on the.principal Follies of different Nations.

An Hiftorical and Philofophical Ffifay on the.principal Follies of different Nations.

An Hiftorical and Philofophical Ffifay on the principal Follies of different Nations. [By M. G. Dourx.] ♦THE Nationt which excite the Author'- Lfnghter are the Egypiani, the Greeks, the Pon-iani, ?? Manomttai.-, the Ea ft-Indiam, the Aintric-iiit.ghe Africans, the Cbi'nife, the I
2 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Co \%t public.

Co \%t public.

THE late Mr. WARD'S invaluable Mtdicints, prepared from tbt Receipts givtn by tbat Gentle- man at bis Death, to John Page, Efo, Member fir Cbiebefler, and by bim mtft generoufty beftowed on tbe Public, are tt be bad of tbe under- mentumed Perfbnt t Where may be bad, gratis, D'mß
2 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Falsi and TruF. Happiness

Falsi and TruF. Happiness

t tOVV vain, lug.icious and empty, arc all the H little momentary Pleafurei of Life I How blind and fond a.c we of being deceived I We Lei upon Folly with the converging End of our Telefcop*, the Eye 5 we "lake Mountain! of Frron tppef "° bigger than Mole-Hilli, and ?? Virtue we
16 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
On the SPLEEN.

On the SPLEEN.

r r , UF. Spleen, as it ii call'd in the Men • or the * Vapours, when it ftttet the Spirits of the La- diet, it a tyrannical Difeafe which in Defiance of Reafon rules ut by Pancyi for tho' thii pain- ful Folly of the Mind ii obvions to common S-nfei, yet the ftrongeft Reafon can
23 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Deaths , Mr. Ferdintncto Pennington, Mer* chant in College-Grit, en.— Mr*. Ann Bulb, on St. Auguftine't-Back.— Mt. Edward Stoke*, of

Deaths , Mr. Ferdintncto Pennington, Mer* chant in College-Grit, en.— Mr*. Ann Bulb, on St. Auguftine't-Back.— Mt. Edward Stoke*, of

Twickenham in the County of Somerfct, formerly a very eminent Tobaceonift in St.Thomas Street. — Mr, Burridgi, at Bedmlnfter.— Mr*. Dean, near Spring- Gardens, Hot* Well*.— Mr. Read, In the Great-Garden.— Mr*. Cadell, Wife of Mr. Thoma* Cadell, Bookleller, in Wine-Street.
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
IPntft, Qmbtt 30,

IPntft, Qmbtt 30,

Arriv'd here, Lord and Lady Berkeley t_L Tyrconnel, Sir Thena* Whirtnore I .if** Family, S<r Richard Bamf, !de, Led Ell'mW* Lord Mayor of London, Col. Sayer, Col^** Mrs. Hodges, Col. Mordaui-t, CbmJ ,^ ?? Ptt, Capt. Daw, Capt. Neat, Col. » n< j Campbell, Governor Boucher and Lid
30 October 1766 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A PROCLAMATION.

A PROCLAMATION.

the KIN G, For the Laws in Execution aga Foreftallirg, Regraiinp, and Corn. GEORGE, R. WHEREAS fevtral good Statutes have been made againll Foreltallers, Regrators, and EngrofTers, who are thereby declared open Oppreftpv the Poor, and Enemies their Country : And made in the Parl
9 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LO S T the O&ober Inrtsnt, between Mam'ord in and Norfolk, oy Way Peterborough, and Hank Note Value I, in

LO S T the O&ober Inrtsnt, between Mam'ord in and Norfolk, oy Way Peterborough, and Hank Note Value I, in

a Letter Whoever haf found ihe lame, is to give Notice to Mr. Wnittinghain, in Ljnn, and Delivery the Note, they ihaJl receive ten Guineas Reward. SO In the County Lincoln, ONE Three- Acre Clofe, lying in the Parift Borough (lie now in the ot Widow New:on. ~ , Alio one Four-Acre
30 October 1766 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
[• u M B. U95-1 To the PRINT IR> . a time of genen ' , their eyes arout i

[• u M B. U95-1 To the PRINT IR> . a time of genen ' , their eyes arout i

<S-Q caufe, that the prope • ed; 1 among many ol no more of tlie mattt I perceive it; but SooWvafV) time pretend to knos onfcfs myfelf to I L comforters. However truth If I produce only mtltaken notti are fuch, will an agreeable on outcry has been loudly raifed uors; ' are to lu
20 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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27 October 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England