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BRISTOL, HOTWELL, March 77., 1769. .L. SHIRLEY, Begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, &c. THAT fhe has neatly fitted

BRISTOL, HOTWELL, March 77., 1769. .L. SHIRLEY, Begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, &c. THAT fhe has neatly fitted

up the LONG R O M, at the HOTWELL, for the Reception COMPANY the Seafon; where D INNER arc drefs'd, and Neat WINES of all Sorts fold, COFFEE, TEA, and CHOCOLATE, for any Number, the fhorteft Notice. BALLS, ASSEMBLIES, '4c. ufual. She returns her finccre Thanks,to the Company for
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
» * April 6, 1769. ON TUESDAY next, the nth, will begin Selling, at his Dwcllirig-lloufc BROAD- in the laid

» * April 6, 1769. ON TUESDAY next, the nth, will begin Selling, at his Dwcllirig-lloufc BROAD- in the laid

City, the GENUINE HOUSEHOLD PURE of VV AI.LCOTT, . And 011 will be Sold, the Sideboard.of Genteel PLATE and CHINA. he Sale v/ill begiq.cach Day at felcvcrf o'Clock. To the PUBLIC. A PROPOSAL made by Mr. BRERETON to Mr. PLOMER and his Friends, alfenibled at the Bear Inn, Wednefda
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ft A It. t'C SOLD, lit Mr. KING'S, Cdach-M after, 'h'cr l.jne, a vciy genteel Nl AKTO N, li'mg <»:t

ft A It. t'C SOLD, lit Mr. KING'S, Cdach-M after, 'h'cr l.jne, a vciy genteel Nl AKTO N, li'mg <»:t

.Veil Springs, Vr'ith Pair very litlle * for Wear. A State of Mr. I'OLL, ic. THE Numbers on the SwbfcriptioivßooJc to the Balls, at Three o'Clock .Saturday Apiil i. i;6y. were - The Abfentces and Neutrals, that arc known fuch, arc - - 36 The Number of Ladies and Gentlemen who vo
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SONG. COnfuler, ye virgins, before ye engage, That marriage binding for life ; To pay for their youth you mull

SONG. COnfuler, ye virgins, before ye engage, That marriage binding for life ; To pay for their youth you mull

nurfe their old age, never become a man's wife. A wife is term but made ufe of for Have, Obedient to what tyrants fay ; And whether a good man you wed, or a knave, You are equally bound to obey. a rake is your lot, he'll roam without law, His errors the world will forgive : But
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
benjamin biggs, At the Lamb INN, Stall-Street, Batb, J AVING neßtty fitted up the fame, and laid H in Stock

benjamin biggs, At the Lamb INN, Stall-Street, Batb, J AVING neßtty fitted up the fame, and laid H in Stock

neat and genuine Lujuom, acquaint! lm friend* and the Public in general, that they may depend on good Accommodation! and civil Treatment, on the moll rcafonablc Terms. WHITtBRfcAD'i LONDON PORTRR. N. B. A foe open Yard, and excellent Water; good Cdtch-Houfei, and Stables; the be
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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SOLD, Mr. King's, Coacli-Maftcr, in IHh'CT-l.iinc, gcmcel PHAETON, »«t Stul Springs! With Pair Haincb, very liillc \|»e for Wear. State of Mr. PLOMEK’s Poll, &c. | HIE Numbers on the to the Balls, at Three o'Clock on Saturday April i. I . . w 606 The Able nice» and Xculrala, tha
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday and Monday's Posts.

Sunday and Monday's Posts.

11S frbrt Fr«*ct, and Arrb dl March day the Doge's Lady, after long and painful illn tK.-GaxMH fij PARIS, March , It certain; that the King ratified the 15th inftant, a treaty of alliance concluded between his Majefty, the Emprefs-Queen, the Soain, and the King g fYhiS ance is n
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Secretary of State, Mr. find fons concerned. " Hough it is not in/he,ft(font paper, (lays Mr. Foot) I not eafily

Secretary of State, Mr. find fons concerned. " Hough it is not in/he,ft(font paper, (lays Mr. Foot) I not eafily

forget the aniwer Mr. Juftice Gould td Mr. Recorder London, who, on the trial of M'Quirk, WHISPERED obiection to fonie part of the evidence being taken, fot fear it Ihould atfeCt Sir W. R. Proftor. Mr. Gould anfwcred him ALOUD, that if Mr. Recorder had any objeaion to make, he m
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the Ltcßitef art! granted at St. Feb. «8, 1769. An Entire W WO K. Oft Saturday the ttb of April

the Ltcßitef art! granted at St. Feb. «8, 1769. An Entire W WO K. Oft Saturday the ttb of April

<xtsill puHifhrd. Price only 6d. cmbcllifhcd curiottl [The Whole completed in 70 timbers, making Tun Volumes Folio, and decorated with more than Cd/ftr* plate Prints, from original Drawings taken on the Spot, end engraved Grignion, Hal), and other Artjls,'j Number I. (to be cont
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
anecdote.

anecdote.

WHEN Alexander Dun made hi* attempt upon the lifcof Mr. Wilk*s, the motley circle at George's were giving their opinion* on what would done with him. Some (aid he would be lent to Moorfields, other* to Newgate, and at laft one (aid be would be hanged. Hanged! (fay* an Irilh offi
6 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England