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rro'be SOLD, tonfidenbly under 1 ?? Door to IWlorfan'. Cbffe*- • ?? ?? _w Bartra -toe* f"b ' ?•_£«•• WAas_tnr.a,

rro'be SOLD, tonfidenbly under 1 ?? Door to IWlorfan'. Cbffe*- • ?? ?? _w Bartra -toe* f"b ' ?•_£«•• WAas_tnr.a,

(he -ft-tlnhrg ?? of <h- grton-ft Variwprf Ta- • BJISKcS- , w_ah%ll Sort, of Toy and c .ffl £*»•'•• ?? ?? * n<ltl,e n___r«»ll f«*. * nd * «H*» neweft ?? MB OW' try Shop-lte*per* have an Oppoeiu- themftlvei on the loweft Termi., iripRING-GARDENS. ?? of the Ladies and Gen- D tlame
13 August 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Dsatus. Mr*. Orlidgc, wife of Mr. Gr- udge, winc-ceopcr, in Small -Street. —Mr. Wm. Miller, foa of Mr. Milfer, jeweller,

Dsatus. Mr*. Orlidgc, wife of Mr. Gr- udge, winc-ceopcr, in Small -Street. —Mr. Wm. Miller, foa of Mr. Milfer, jeweller,

in Brold- Street.— -Mr. Samuel Gardener, matter of Col- . ftom'. School an St. Auguft.n.'* Back.— M. t. Jones, wife af Mr. Joaeii fchool-mafter, in iv James's Barton.
13 August 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
fa'ovi»««ca, rela^iyThuanus,

fa'ovi»««ca, rela^iyThuanus,

?? «•«" of lYanee, on aeeoontof re- *2l_iMk«t-, whe* «h« catholiee befieged '_J2T|j<«, ?? Ci»i|e, one of the moft n\__ mtlcmen of the ?? party, ra- S, ?? *hich madaliim f«» ftnfeleft J*^ rampart into tho town. Some foldiere, him <tcad, dripped and horitd him, negligence on thofe
17 September 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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Vf apt l' A < l whi£ , h j" ,U SW ,y ?? W * ?? " y oth " iB the Neighbourbood ; crnifequently a greatar Number of Reader., and MM htofelai J i **•«* Mr. Ymil J, w,. ° \l Mr. Afliley, Ludgate-Htll, London j Mr. Codell, in Briftol | Mr. tollint, at ?? , Mr. Jtfeklon, a ?? : Mr. Ra
17 September 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
That H U S B A N I>.

That H U S B A N I>.

IF Mcfe'd tbe eaarriage ftate, ai fome agree, Soch, for my bleffing, let my homand be 1 Net in th' impeded bud, but bloom of youth, Hit tongue all (oftncfi, and hii heart ali troth \ Gay wkhoW folly, letroed wiihout pride, Of ihotiefs honour, and of courage try d j FowTat ho can
17 September 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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WM\)> fetPttmbtt ly,

WM\)> ?? ly, Arrived here, C*pt. Nyk* and Ltdi.C* » trtM "» £01. Hyd., Mr. and Mr.. *,£££ Mr. and Mrt. Holland, Mr. tnd Mrt. f!#u? Mr. tind Mri. Thornelow, Mr. aad Mn. £? Mr. and Mr,. Pully. Mr. £d !K. *£&» l.ngen, Mr. Ctpadocit, Mr. Uedo, M r ; »£ Mr. Fiflitr, two Mr. Perkina*,
17 September 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Worcefter, March 26. At our Affizes, which did not end till laft Night, the five following Perfons were capi- tally convicted and received Sentence of Death ; viz. William, George, and Samuel Turners, (three own Brothers) for Houle-breaking at Beauchamp; William Harris, for ftea
3 April 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON, March 28.

LONDON, March 28.

We hear a certain great Perfon in a very few Days will make the lone expe&ed Plan of Operations for this Year, which, for the Boldnefs and Extenftvenefs of its Scope, we are informed, will aftonilh all Europe. On Tuefday Night, at Eight o'Clock, the Numbers upon the Ballot taken
3 April 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

A certain noble Peifonage has propofed a frefh Attempt for rinding out the North Weft Paflage this Summer, in which Undertaking himfelf and feveral other Officers, and Mathematicians of Note, have engaged each other under certain Penalties. It is confidently reported, that Two p
3 April 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Edinburgh, March 14. The fine Carpet, which was fome Time ago ordered to be Manufactured at Pitten- weem, in Fifefhire, for her Royal Highnels the Princefs Dowager of Wales, is now finilhed. It is efleemed by the Judges to rival, if not to excel the Manufactures even of Turkey a
3 April 1767 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England