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The following is the Dedication prefixed to a Sermon juft publijbedbj the Rev. Mr. Horne. JAMES TOWNSHEND, Efq. Dear Sir,

The following is the Dedication prefixed to a Sermon juft publijbedbj the Rev. Mr. Horne. JAMES TOWNSHEND, Efq. Dear Sir,

TH E faithlefs defertion of friends, and the infen - fibility (hewn to the misfortunes of others, need not reprefented more general than they arc, to mute reflecting mind philofophical religious. Inllancesof contrary condufl and difpofition are rather neceli'ary, to prevent men
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH FfftE-OFriCft. NOTICE ij hereby given, That Hie Oificc at the (it Willi Stationer, in Tritn*Kiect» Bath; where daily Attendance

BATH FfftE-OFriCft. NOTICE ij hereby given, That Hie Oificc at the (it Willi Stationer, in Tritn*Kiect» Bath; where daily Attendance

given for infurttig Moulds. and Furniture. Or the Dtrcflors. WILLIAM t NOJTOX. N. B. Put lons already infuied in oihei Offices, may temove into litis Office ftce of ali Expenses. # v * In Cafe any Lofs by flic, the this will receive Three per Cent, more than from molt Other Offi
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday and Monday's Posts.

Sunday and Monday's Posts.

« ili« LONDON h March it. Majclty has been gractoufly to extend his royal mercy Edward Mac Quirk, found guilty the murder tiTorge Clarke, as appears by his royal warrant to the tenor following. G JiO RG £ K. . doubt had arifen in our royal breaft VVil j the evidence of the death
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PRICES OF GRAIN.

PRICES OF GRAIN.

At the Corn-Exchangc, MARK-LANE, London. Wheat 30s od to 38s od Hog Peafe iBsodto2isod Barley 14s od to 17s od Beans to 20s Rye 21s od to 23s Tares 22s cd to 28s Oats 11s od to 14s od Fined Flour 335. per Sack Brown Malt 20s od to 23s 6d Second Sort - - 31s od Pale Malt 2isodto2
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LKT T» the Year* And entered upon IMMEDIATELY, ADinlno-Roonr, three Bed Chambers, Garret.', Kitchen, with other Convcnicncies, fitustcd St. Michael's

LKT T» the Year* And entered upon IMMEDIATELY, ADinlno-Roonr, three Bed Chambers, Garret.', Kitchen, with other Convcnicncies, fitustcd St. Michael's

Church, Walcot-dreet, Bath. For further Particulars, enquire Thomas Counfcll, the be L E T T, FURNISHED, On a LEASE of Three, Five, Seven Yeats, and upon immediately, A Genteel HOUSE, fituate in Milfbm-Streef, BACH, now in the Poffrffion of Mrs. Trvon. For BATH, now in the of Mr
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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The fclh-using is the Dedication prefixed to a Sermon jujl publijhedby the Rev. Mr. HORNE. To JAMES TOWNSHEND, Efiq. DEAR

The fclh-using is the Dedication prefixed to a Sermon jujl publijhedby the Rev. Mr. HORNE. To JAMES TOWNSHEND, Efiq. DEAR

SIR, THE faithlefs defertion of friends, and the infen(ibility (hewn to the misfortunes of others, need not he represented more general than they are, to make a reflecting mind philofophical or religious. In (lances a contrary conduft and difpofition are rather nectflary, to pre
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
March »7^9' be of, at Mr, BAR On tli« North Parade, .... A Regular PHYSICIAN, Who run* the in few

March »7^9' be of, at Mr, BAR On tli« North Parade, .... A Regular PHYSICIAN, Who run* the in few

and by Medicine fo mild thai ilic Patient is itifcufiDlc the Operation. To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, r r\ * rniJlips in jomnicimiic, .... which lye in the adjoining of Hctnington. The Lands in Norton St. Phillips are Tithe-free, and are didant about Miles from Ball)
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POETS COR-NER. EPIGRAM, AT, drink, flcep, generate, keep thee warm, Alike lo monarch* this, and boors, apply. Our nature goes

POETS COR-NER. EPIGRAM, AT, drink, flcep, generate, keep thee warm, Alike lo monarch* this, and boors, apply. Our nature goes

farther, this round, Always and cv'ry where the fame is found. Shew then the nat'ral difference, who can, Between yon garter'd Duke, and Will his man > tier Grace can live more than Nan. j ELEGIAC BALLAD. r.ow is that fun of repofe, That once to fmile on this brcaft, the morn th
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POETS COR-NER.

POETS COR-NER.

EPIGRAM. Jj'AT, drink, deep, gen'ratc, keep warm, atuldie. Alike to this, and boors, apply. Our nature goes no farther, this her round, Alwaya and evVy where the fame is found. Shew then the nat’ral difference, who can, Between yon garter’d Duke, and Will his man > Her Grace can
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
B A *r H, March 16.

B A *r H, March 16.

Arriv’d herb. Lord Fairfax, Lord and Lady Downes, Lady Mansfield, Sit Richard Mills and Lady, Sir Thomas Ward, Col. Hunter, Col, Meffar, Capt. Kelley and Lady, Capt. Smith, Capt. Elrington, Capt. King, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Kidle, Mr. and Mrs. Holden, Mr. and Mis. Cray,
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England