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THURSDAY, March 16, 1769.

THURSDAY, March 16, 1769.

It is very extraordinary tliat the firft diforder or indecency that has happened at thefe meetings, ftiould be committed the gentlemen who exclaim fo loudly agamft riot and tumiilt; and that they fhould come armed with fticlts for the iake of Quiet, and give blows to keep the pe
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, March 14.

LONDON, March 14.

It is that the Gentlemen, fupporters the Bill of Rights, have come to a refblution allow Mr. Wilkes 3001. per quarter. The firft payment of which has been already made to him by the hands of Sir Cecil Wrav, Bart, and James Townfhend, Efq. the fixed f-effiltititJtl Mr. fi no cand
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
E. T'H ORNT O N,

E. T'H ORNT O N,

Late of tbe Church-Yard, Bath, HAS juft opened a Linen Warehoufe at the lower End of the Ab«»y-G»i»n; where he it enabled by the kind Aflittance of fotne of his late Creditors to fell the following Goods on the moil reafonablc Terms, via. Iriih Linens of the belt Make and Colour
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, March 6. 1760. MEflVs. I-I E WITT and Co. beg Leave inform their Friends and the Public in general,

BATH, March 6. 1760. MEflVs. I-I E WITT and Co. beg Leave inform their Friends and the Public in general,

That the GOODS which weie detained the Road the Neglcft ol theCairier, arc now received and readv for Sale, at their Cfojhire Shoc-Warehoufe , in Horfe-Street. MR. D E LA MAIN has opened a Public DAXCIX'G-SCIIOOL for Young GENTLEMEN and I.ADIES at his Honfe in ll'ejlgatc-Street,
16 March 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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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
 
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
 
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
 
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