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LONDON, ftbnuny aj.

LONDON, ftbnuny aj.

A convfrfttion which lately palled between Mr. Wilko and a certain Placeman, having been mifreprefcnttd, the partieulara of the conference are here fiuth* fully Hated.—The Placeman, who was formerly one of Wilkes’s mod intimate friends, had called fereral times lately on hone# b
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
. Ti' Bristol, Hotwell, March «, 1769. L. SHIRLEY, Begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, fifr. THAT (he has

. Ti' Bristol, Hotwell, March «, 1769. L. SHIRLEY, Begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, fifr. THAT (he has

neatly fitted up the LONG ROOM, »t the HO T WEL L, for the Kocrplion of Coktaky the cnfuing Seafon; where Dinners arc drefb’d, and Neat Wines of all Sorts fold. Cofeie, Tea, and Chocolate, for any Number, at the Ihortclf Notice. BALLS, ASSEMBLIES, Sfc. ufual. She returns ha- fin
23 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THURSDAY, Match 2, 1769.

THURSDAY, Match 2, 1769.

in .the ptefent rtugn, of expulfion, re-expdtfioif; and even an aft AfTembly in the liland of Barbadoes, and their whole proceedings in the cafe, dlfannulled by our gracious arid C—l, as an invafion upon the rights of the people to chufe their Reprefentatives. Several more gentl
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
f-po be SOLD by AUCTION, on Friday th« X 10th bay of March 1769, Fouf o’Clock in the Afternoon of

f-po be SOLD by AUCTION, on Friday th« X 10th bay of March 1769, Fouf o’Clock in the Afternoon of

that Day, the Premii'es herein after in* tended for Sale, (if not fold before by Private Contrail,) Thrtc LEASEHOLD HOUSER With their Appurtenances, in Kingfmead Street in theCttjr of Bath, lately belonging John Wils6h, Bankrupt, and lately lelt 541. per Annum and now held for t
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POETS CORNER. Hit CHOUGH ana CUCROW. A Fable. AiUnft'A MtAtfn Traveller!. A Cuckow one*, at eticka*. iWtf **' Went out

POETS CORNER. Hit CHOUGH ana CUCROW. A Fable. AiUnft'A MtAtfn Traveller!. A Cuckow one*, at eticka*. iWtf **' Went out

upon a winter', crait*. Return'd with the returning fpring, The bird, about him fbrtn'd a ring | A. fluttering from hi. foreign flight They Taw him formally alight. With pHde elate, with travel ftiff, Upon the top of IMVer cliff. They bade him welcome croft the itlaiu Old Englan
2 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
UnMMirt Outth/tfci, «rtiur.*lif.wwlult (« In rtcaivU grt|t many huri'tt ftolan fimi iiaiii Aid itippc .n the tfcrfon i.ow eettmtiitctt hr*

UnMMirt Outth/tfci, «rtiur.*lif.wwlult (« In rtcaivU grt|t many huri'tt ftolan fimi iiaiii Aid itippc .n the tfcrfon i.ow eettmtiitctt hr*

lol'.l numbert u( in and about thiacity, which nfc all Ibppoicd have been ftulen in Dfverfhire, rlet* fhiie, are likewiic ii.foimeil, that iheiv are kvcral hor.ea of value that were in the poflediur. uf thn felljw’j accomplice in Dcrietlhire, which hav, moll probably b.-en liolc
23 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
to lr S;) 1, D ill !• K K

to lr S;) 1, D ill !• K K

S;) 1, ill !• '*pH Ailnnvf.in id llic lirffli Sntillijlolf, .1, vtiih ('iiH|ji I (»| unncM'd, wiiliut fvvi* Mdis 1 h.— f li** Piivilt iCi ol lluf«i Clim't'us »\c cunubtr ol i inp-.ovcmt iits, i!ic Duly bcin !n« l.mu - ii r«l'v* PsiuiriiluM I ol pK*afc apply M (ijkiy.s in iluih. S
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, March 7.0.

BATH, March 7.0.

Arrh'd of Huntingdon, Hertford, Somerville, Lord Kilmausice, .Sir John Moore aid .t Sir Adam Fcrgufon, Gen. Capt. TravelJ. r *- KHiott, Col. Macdaell, Mr. and Mrs. Baker, r Mrs. Lcfcur, Mr. and Mis. Huwens, Mr. and Mrs. , den, Mr. and Mrs. Pearfc, Mr. and Mrs. Mavne, M . Mrs. Pl
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
For tbr TEETH and GUMS. JACOB HEMET, Dcntist to her Majefty, >nd (he Printefi Amelia, bap Leave recommead 10 the

For tbr TEETH and GUMS. JACOB HEMET, Dcntist to her Majefty, >nd (he Printefi Amelia, bap Leave recommead 10 the

Public, hi> dewly difeovered Ejftnce of Pearl, noA Pearl Dentifrice, Which hat found greatly fuperior, not only in Elepnce, but alfo in Efficacy, any Thing hitherto made Ufeof for Compicina of the lath and Corns ; Patticubrly, they will prejmn tie Ttctk in perfril found Stale, e
23 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
By the K I N G’s Letters Patents

By the K I N G’s Letters Patents

By the K I G’s Letters Patents Sold by W. TAYLOR, Bookfeller, in Church-ftrect, Bath, undT. Cad ell, BookfeHer, in Winc-ftrcct, Briftol, THE Original Britilh Herb Tobacco. It is compounded of the fineft Leaves and Flowers of Wood Bctony, Wild Rofcmary Buds, W ild Lemon Thyme, Col
30 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England