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VERSES on Thomas Shaw, an excellent.Baker at Bristol.

VERSES on Thomas Shaw, an excellent.Baker at Bristol.

VERSES on Thomas Shaw, an excellent Baker at Bristol. ■i ■ Bonus pifior, honui aiijj. HP HA J Shaw* a public bkfW may be faid, He boy « good corn, and felts v genuine bread » , But Pharaoh's white-bread belter was a cheat. Who firft mixt AHutn with ?? wheat. Sbffvi, like, gicat S
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
An ÆNIGMA, by the Auther of the laft in our Paper.

An ÆNIGMA, by the Auther of the laft in our Paper.

MY situation's on the fl Sides Of OuJt the briny Tides: Tfe e proudly have dwelt for Ages pad, And if E;rth holds as many at From Belgia boggy Plain, Materials that produce obtain. homo CaUa'tmu lends her Aid, From her Productions air. uften made : The Winds thera elves, Weji cr
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
On Satarcfay night laft, rhc Molly, a trow v-e- -tongingto Mr. Baily of Wotcelter, in her paf- faze from hence

On Satarcfay night laft, rhc Molly, a trow v-e- -tongingto Mr. Baily of Wotcelter, in her paf- faze from hence

10 Glocefter, wat loft in a hard gale of wind off* Gatcomb | the crew with diffi- culty laved their lives in their boat. Tbe veflel is eutircly loft, and very little of her cargo will be fared. Oaf day this week the body of Jane Kelly, a poor old woman, wat taken out of the rive
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Deaths. Mr*. Pine, wife of Mr. Pine, Cft-mafter, in this city.— Ai the Hotwelli, Mils igh, of the Ifie of

Deaths. Mr*. Pine, wife of Mr. Pine, Cft-mafter, in this city.— Ai the Hotwelli, Mils igh, of the Ifie of

Wight.— Mh Boulfter, for- merly a gunfoiith in thie city, wbo bad retired from bufmef..— Mr.. Francs Smyth, matron of Sit. Peter's hofpital.— Richard Warren, Efq. of th* Ked-dift, captain in the Glocefterfltire militia.— Mr. Olborne, grocer, on the Back.
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Price of Stocks.

Price of Stocks.

Bank Stock 1 half a 3 4ths. India Stock, 1 -half. India Annuities 87 Bth a 1 4th. South Stock, 103 » a i-half. Old South Sea Annuities 5- Bths a 3 . New South Sea Annuities, 88 aB7 3-4' hi. Three per Cent. Annuities, ■ Reduced Bank Three per Cent. 89. .Three half Rank Annuities
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 

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?? &UfU>ap'o and ?? POSTS. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Stockholm, February 2. flptyOtOljE arc very much furprifed to fee 3L •sir s»L feveral accounts, without the f* jfc lea^ f° u »dation °f tfuth, lately Li yd publilhed in fome of the foreign gazettes, relating as well to fomc of t
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, tTMitli 10.

London, tTMitli 10.

London, ?? 10. Thi. morning th* Right Hon. the Earl of Chatham had a long conference with tbe two fecretarie. of itatc. The difference* and difputes among the Great Out, at the weft end of Ihe town, it is now (aid are all happily compiomifed, on which account the expecled changes
12 March 1767 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Tuesday Nights Post

Tuesday Nights Post

following Advicet cam by the Mails from HOLLAND. From the London Gazette, March 7. Stockholm, in February z. are very much iurprized to fee leveral accounts, without the foundation troth, lately in feme the foreign Gazettes, relating as well of the Rcprefenrativcs of the lall Di
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS

COUNTRY-NEWS

March io* Laft Saturday Lady Sufan u»ely delivered daughter General L.n.bton's Seat Harraion, in the County of Durham. Lord Ancram's regiment thto' Coroughbridge their way • Lalt Thomas Hardmin, who Is both dumb and deaf* '* s commuted t-«.tt!e on lufpicion or being Art l'" murd
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday Night's Post.

Wednesday Night's Post.

The fc lowing Advices came Mails from Holland and tlanders. From the London March Copenhagen, in Denmark, February 21. TH E Thaw has continued withou any interruption fince the I2'.h, but the bound is not yet free from Ice. Our Poll now arrive pretty tegularly, Hague, in Holland
12 March 1767 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England