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IStlNlfrtati and gfuitttonp'tf POSTS.

IStlNlfrtati and gfuitttonp'tf POSTS.

From tbe LONDON GAZETTE. Cadiz, Feb. ij. \fw Tf ItfHE amhaffador from tl.e erhperor of »^ t^w Morocco, who has been here for V T Ktl fo,ne time » »* lo embark To-mor.ow WLrj Wj on board of a large xebeque of war, Ki^^J^ fur Tetuan. He is to be accompa- nied by Don Jorge Juan, a
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NO. +tf f Weeke (met this Paper \ 3351 wat firft p .hlilh d. / THURSDAY, March 19, 1767- ,c*

NO. +tf f Weeke (met this Paper \ 3351 wat firft p .hlilh d. / THURSDAY, March 19, 1767- ,c*

am f OftheSEVBNTHI o Vl4l VOLVM*. J «■ Printed arid publifli'd by CORNELIUS POPE, in St. Jarhes s-btreet, bath; 4 every Branch of the -Pri.tiho B*».i. li executed with the greatert Cdrreftnef, and DHpatch ; o^ -ft -afonable Terms, *nd * By «.i6oi V M anner ,_ BoOK _ WoßlC « the
19 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Marriacbs. At St. Stephen'! church, Mr. Weft; to Mri. Parfoni, widow of the late Mr. George Parfons, i inner, on

Marriacbs. At St. Stephen'! church, Mr. Weft; to Mri. Parfoni, widow of the late Mr. George Parfons, i inner, on

the quay. —Mr. Bayn- ham, Ibaphoilrr in the Caftle Precf. <SU, lo Mifs Chambers of Si.Jamea's.—Mr. Rogers, filgar ba- ker, 10 Mrs, Newport, both in Houlion-Stieet near Traytors-Bridgc. Deaths. Mifi Elton, daughter of Ifaac El- ton, Efq. one of the aldermen of ihis city.— Mri. Br
19 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
pod*

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p Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. 'from the GAZETTE. SATURDAY, March 14. Genoa, 2 1. yefterday morning his Serene the Hereditary Prince Brunfwick arrived in j p this city from Turin. About half an hour after ■ ' his arrival he was complimented by the Mailer ML/St jKj
16 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
s Pott.

s Pott.

Pott. Foreign Mail arrived this Pod. COUNTRY NEWS. Bath, March 12. •g-ww-jv H E following refolution was this day unanimoufly agreed to by the Nobility and Gentry : That p r err k Mailer of the Ceremonies in the city of Batfa : that he be invefted with the full power of diredling
23 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
(Chnftcfiurch.) S D. A Small' Parcel of fine Lucern Grafs SeeJ, brought from Provence, in France. Enquire Mr North* the

(Chnftcfiurch.) S D. A Small' Parcel of fine Lucern Grafs SeeJ, brought from Provence, in France. Enquire Mr North* the

King’s Arms, CKriftchufcH, Hants. .''li ifi-ui, M«i «4i I#* To be Lett, for Term Years. _ . Ami upon »t Latly-Day neat** A Convenient and well fuuatcd Houle for Trade, oppofitc the Five Bells, in the Corn Market, Sluflon. For furthex Particulars enquire of William Armftrong, the
23 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
, Brijlol, March zi. This week frrvant maid William earc, Elq; was taken up and committed to Bridewell, tor robbing

, Brijlol, March zi. This week frrvant maid William earc, Elq; was taken up and committed to Bridewell, tor robbing

him of linen and other valuables, to conliderablc amount. {vents, that when (lie arole on Monday mo: nine, )he obferved, that there had certainly perions in the home that night, for Ihc was feveral times difturbed their noife.——This occafioned a (earth to be made, and many thing
30 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Wanted Lady-Day ncx% A Saber, Ready Man Servant, that has lived a Clcnta man'i Family, and underftands wiil require coaft

Wanted Lady-Day ncx% A Saber, Ready Man Servant, that has lived a Clcnta man'i Family, and underftands wiil require coaft

.nc Attendance; and as J •ii » ,-1 ir imich will be rcpoled m Inm Good . ' ;, , ' ~i .„ , ,0 I'erfon tlut las had the Stuall-pur, tu,doable Chtrader; and his Age ts above •a't. wi»l the more acceptable. . , Mr. Collins, Salisbury. S.iriim Annuity Society the Ihrcc Lions. 'T'li'A
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
L AT 1 N. 17DWARD WITHERS, Jim. and JOSEPH wahcrs induced ,o cng ge Fraaicc, from .he numerous Appl.Catrons nu*

L AT 1 N. 17DWARD WITHERS, Jim. and JOSEPH wahcrs induced ,o cng ge Fraaicc, from .he numerous Appl.Catrons nu*

fo V Purpofe owing, he prefumes. his . ; "”' ° never lift a Patient on. the many Hundrcds uch he l as .noc^ I ited ; and they likewife inform their titends, that the) due Care avail themfclve. of all late Improvements rn tin. 1 N, b, Thev have a large Quantity of true SpaniOr Ar
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
tic ©olD to the ItJijljcft l?i3Dcr, At the Sign of the French Horn and Trumpet, Poole, on Tuefday the 10th

tic ©olD to the ItJijljcft l?i3Dcr, At the Sign of the French Horn and Trumpet, Poole, on Tuefday the 10th

of March, 1767, A Plantation in Petty Harbour, in the Illand of Newfoundland, belonging Mr. John Bearc; confiding of four Boats Rooms, in good Repair. Llkculfc the Revcrfiouary Intcred of Plantation in Trinity Harbour, belonging to Mr. J. Morris, the prcfi-ni Life upwards of 86.
9 March 1767 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England