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WANTED, TWO MASONS, to go to JAMAICA, fot a Term to be agreed upon, and to whom jjood Wagis, and

WANTED, TWO MASONS, to go to JAMAICA, fot a Term to be agreed upon, and to whom jjood Wagis, and

all due Encouiagement will be given. Enquire at the li ?? Office in St. James's-ilrcct. London, Sept. 19, 1768. By his Majesty's Royal Letters of Licence, On Saturday tbe \fl of OBober, will bey a to be pub* lifhect, A New Edition tf THE ILLUSTRATION of the NEW TESTAMENT of our
13 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To Ihe P R I N T E R, <Vc.

To Ihe P R I N T E R, <Vc.

Omnia Roma- prctio. WHEREVER money can do all t'lings, nun will do all things for money. In this age f.nd kingdom, it may be truly faid, that money doth all tilings, and confequcntly ihat men will do every thing to get it. He who hath but money, though he got it by rapine and mu
13 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the P R I N T E R, (Ac.

To the P R I N T E R, (Ac.

AS a linking inftance of the ?? luxury of the prefent age, a French cook was hired laft waek in an Englifh Nobleman's family at the exorbi- tant wages of two hundred pounds per annum. We arc now arrived ro fueh a pitch of luxury, that it can be equalled by nothing but our conn p
13 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednefday &Thurfday's Pofts

Wednefday &Thurfday's Pofts

Arrived the MAILS from Holland Copenhagen, Oct. 1. eER Danifh Majefty, and the Prince Royal, arrived here on VVednelday lall, from the Palace of Fredericklburgh, and are now fettled in that of Chiiilianiburgh for the winter.— Gazette. Leghorn, Sept. 16. Laft Sunday the Cameleon,
13 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be L E T T,

To be L E T T,

To L E T T, A Genteel H O U S E in B» c k-St tT. the freond the Right Hand from the Ciicus; for the Remainder of Lcafe held under Mr. SprnU. N. B. heic is iome very good FoANixcrs, Tenant may have at a fair Appraifcment. Any Lady or Gentleman lhall be waited '*>'h ‘he Key, and th
6 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
\. R. An A P P R K N T I C E wanted.

\. R. An A P P R K N T I C E wanted.

\. R. An A N T I C wanted. Hath, Oclobcr 20, 1768. WILLI A M A T LET T, Liphohl.rer, Undei rnker, aw./ Coffin-Maher, Mr. Drjrhu.vp'.y K Loudon, ECiS Leave acquaint liis Friends, and JG) the PuMic, that opened Smop, the Prii.ting-Ofuce, St. james’s-Stmt.-—riiofe wi-.o pleafe him w
20 October 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
that plzce. v h to the gea tat counties of Lancafler communication of tF We hear from Llat were lately

that plzce. v h to the gea tat counties of Lancafler communication of tF We hear from Llat were lately

taken out Roberti's, o.iicer of 671 b. viz. one and the third 17 lb. and weighed byi cer, in I.:4nrwii. Sunday n ht tht Pnrter, in Cotv-I.: - ..nk chlllren ; the other lived but a On Sunday fermi; John Slack, r.n trail Man: Vier, Oa. On . ein..fday fait at the Court Loot held fo
25 October 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
emit's*, Junes?, .4NCULATION. t acquaint the Public, Mr. SUTTON, Surgeon, ettiedan this. hrhood to praaife :or ski - _Conjunction with

emit's*, Junes?, .4NCULATION. t acquaint the Public, Mr. SUTTON, Surgeon, ettiedan this. hrhood to praaife :or ski - _Conjunction with

41,15, 3 reign. t attended the SVT- , renders it arm:cel- I ti lity of a Pfaake fo univer- Are dtlirOUS to lel inoculated by the above Cc. + may dr rend tiporgreeeieing the moll tender and , Treatment, haft under their Care. Any Families, if aactioiretl, 011 be waited on, and Le
25 October 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 27.

LONDON, Sept. 27.

On Friday morning fall Sir Robert Ladbroke. Knt. Locum Tenens, (the Right lion. the Lord Mayor being indifpofed) together with the Aldermen and Sheriffs, attended by the city officers, fet out from Guildhall for the Three Cranes, the Locum TeIICIIS being in the flarecoach accomp
4 October 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THURSDAY, Sept. 29th.

THURSDAY, Sept. 29th.

The Gentlemens Subfcription Purfe of Fifty Pounds, free for Five Years old, Six Years old, or Aged Horfes, that never won more than two 50 1. Plates. Mr. Alder's grey Horfe, Prize, (alias Sulphur) - 3 _ ?? 4132 Mr. Merrit's bay Mare, Juliet, 1 2 dr. Mr. Dighton's bay H. Chiquino
1 October 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England