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Tl JOHN WILKES, F.fq', ufrm bis Birtb-desy,.rsftohtr it. 1768.

Tl JOHN WILKES, F.fq', ufrm bis Birtb-desy,.rsftohtr it. 1768.

Tl JOHN WILKES, F.fq', ufrm bis Birtb-desy, rsftohtr it. 1768. LIV V, no more thy heroes deeds proclaim, What's Roman fortitude to Wilkes's, fame ! No Court venality can (hake his foul, No Lord Chief Juftice biafs Or controul i Defpotic menaces, of holts and pains, Pillories, pri
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PLANTATION NEWS

PLANTATION NEWS

From the BOSTON (Ntvj- England) GAZETTE. Boston, September 26. ON Thurfday laft the aad inftant, the Committees chofen by the f'everal towns and dillticls of this province ?? at Faneuil-hall. Their Aft ttep was to prepare an humble petition to the Governor of this province, and
10 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By the KIN G’s Letters Patent.

By the KIN G’s Letters Patent.

Svli by W. TAYLO Book feller, in Church-ftrcct, Ba:h, atidT* Cad ell, Bookfilfer in Wine-ftrect, Briitol, r PHE Original Britifh Herb Tobacco. It is compounded of the fineft Leaves and j of Wood Bctony, Wild Rofcmary Buds, Wild Lcmoi Thyme, Colt’sfoot, Eyebright, See. Sec. The F
17 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PLANTATION NEWS.

PLANTATION NEWS.

From tbt New-York Gazette of Sift, -6. Boston, September 19. AT a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabi- tant, of this town, legally qualified, at Fancuil- hall, on Monday the 11th inftant, the mi-cling was o- pened with prayer hy the Rev. Dr. Cooper, the Hon. James Oti»,
3 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be LETT,

To be LETT,

Genteel Modern-Built HOUSE, fit for fmall Family, containing two Rooms and a large light Drcffing-Room a Floor, with Under-ground Kitchen, Brew-Houf.*, pav’d Court-Yard, and other good Convenicncies, late in the Occupation of **** St an den, Efq; and fituatc in King’s-Mraddirect
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, November

BATH, November

Arriv’d here, Duke and Duchefs of Buccleinrk James Wilfon, Lady Twifdell, Gen. Owen 1 B Hunter, Col. Slpper, Major Sangcley. Rollelton, Mr. and Mrs. Read, Mr. and Mrs hois, Mr. and Mrs. Hotham, Mr. and Mrs a Mr. and Mrs. Humes, Mr. and Mrs. Beckford r?’ and Mrs. Greaves, Mr. and
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To t'.t <,/ ßath Cnronuw. Scandal in Ui> Pope's Mr.mk*. , arc feme Reproached) arc \ and (bin:: which arc

To t'.t <,/ ßath Cnronuw. Scandal in Ui> Pope's Mr.mk*. , arc feme Reproached) arc \ and (bin:: which arc

ns.— The former part of this maxim was nevermore ftronglv verified, that in fcurrilotu Epigram* printed in your Paper, the 17th of this month for, abltrafted from the quarter, from whence they came, nothing argues the • el's of caufe more, than when the arrows of malevolence are
24 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The SCRIBBLER, No. 6.

The SCRIBBLER, No. 6.

Bis dat gui cito dat. virtue conveys to the human breaft uc innate fatisfaction as Charity, V which is the very effence of Chriftiaw nity real and unaffected Charity is never con fined to feet or party, but equally diffufed to eveiy part of mankind for whether a man be a Pagan o
17 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE. Saturday feveral Lords of his Majef- s Hon. Privy Council, and the ■W" O 'W J 'S es ' met n ' le Exchequer Chamber, VVeltminfter-Hall, and nominated three ent ' emen out °f eacU county, as pro- per perfons to ferve the office of fheriff for the year enl'
17 November 1768 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

Extraft of a letter from Conftantinopie, Sept. 28. The preparations making here for war ftill continue with the fame ardour. The gentlemen of the law, with the principal minifters of ftate, and the head officers of the militia, meet every day, in order to give the fultan their a
2 November 1768 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England