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CUSTOM, i Satiii.

CUSTOM, i Satiii.

JUTISTAKF.N world \ conf.derate, how Few' -"* Biafs'd by paflions ! fomcthing ye purfue. On earth what mighty bufinefs ye prepare, Eternity you think not worth your care. Is happinefs your aim ?— mistaken frill ■ Mankind may all be happy if the) will ! Shoit-fighted judge* !— ac
8 December 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POLITICAL MANOEUVRES

POLITICAL MANOEUVRES

Nov. 15, 1768. IN confeouence of repeated folicitations on the part of the Earl of Chatham, a moft cordial, firm, and perpetual union thi* day took place, with his noble brother-in-law, Earl Temple. It is not doubted that (hi* friendlhip win produce the moft folid advantages to
8 December 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Vol. VIIL N°. 425. THURSDAY, December 8, 1768. Price Two-Pence-Half penny. by R. C R U TT WE L L

Vol. VIIL N°. 425. THURSDAY, December 8, 1768. Price Two-Pence-Half penny. by R. C R U TT WE L L

and W. ARC H E K^t the Printing-Office, in St. James's-Strcet, BATH; «JS R T ™s.e taken in; and the ?? Bu«.„. in all i„ Branches executed with Elegance, O^^Pfr* ""^^ W here ADV ER a„th_ht,c Aht.ci._s Ot Int*luo.hc-, will be thankfully received, and duly auended o A DV ?? R n £l
8 December 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE

COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE

Oxford, Da. }■ A few days (mcc the Rev. Mr. Jfcnry Stevens, of Exeter College, Reftor of Ilinton on ti.'c Green, Gloceitx.lhire, was admittctl to the de- cree ot" Doctor in Divinity. This week the rains have been fo exceffivc heavy both jn this city arid weft ward, that the floo
8 December 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COUNTRY-NEWS

COUNTRY-NEWS

Brjflol, March 19. We near that there it fo great a demand for provitions in a certain Borough in the weft, that too guineas have been given for half an ox, and it is yet expected to be at a mort advanced price.
29 March 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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An' EPITAPH, "

An' EPITAPH, "

For the Rev. Mr Laurence Sterne's Tomb-stone By a LADY STERNE, reft fcrr eve; , and no longer fear TheCritic'sceiis r ure,or thcCoiccomb'sfneer, The gate of Envy now is clos'd on thee, And Fame her hundred doors fliall open free ; Ag»s unborn fliaH cejeurate the page, , Where fr
29 March 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The following was on Friday hit polled up at the Sun Fire Office in Cornhill. Britannia, to John Wilkes, Efq;

The following was on Friday hit polled up at the Sun Fire Office in Cornhill. Britannia, to John Wilkes, Efq;

DROOP not. my Son, thy laurels cannot fade, Tho* venal Citizens deny thee Aid. On me, on me, their barb'rous rage they turn, My rights they trample, and my altars fpurn, I too muft fall N--TOO well, alas 1 I fee Each fhaft that wounds thy breaftis aim'd at me. Droop not, my fon,
29 March 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EPIGRAM.

EPIGRAM.

A Drop of amber, from a poplar plant, Fell, unexpected, and embalm'd an ant ; The little infect we fo much contemn, is, from a worthlcfs ant, become a gem. a4n aclual Survey of the ifand of Anticofti, by T. Wright, who wintered on, and fur- veyedthat Ifand. By order of Governmen
29 March 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ro the CANDIDATES for Seats in.Parliament.

ro the CANDIDATES for Seats in.Parliament.

ro the CANDIDATES for Seats in Parliament. NOTHING bids fairer for increafing the averfion to labour, and inflaming the appetites of the lower clafs of people than the prefent mode of electioneering. It un- hinges their minds, and takes them oft" from that which is their constant
29 March 1768 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

From the French head quarters Corlica, Oct. 30. We have lately received a reinforcement of eight battalions, and expected three other regiments of four battalions each, which are near Toulon, but they mull flay where they are cantoned, the bad weather will lender encampment impr
26 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England