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Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

London, at . ei ght o'clock, feveral grand jr es Freeholders of Middlefex, proec* ' the places of rendezvous the Paul's Sec le town through the city, by St. an intent *t ne .,° we "tdown Newgate-ftrect, with v ' er difDat ° n a Allen ; and two perfons otnpli t0 ac< ua ' nt the C
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ALL Pcrfons indebted to the Eftate of HENRY BIRCH, late of the City of BATH, Vint* .| ner, a Bankrupt,

ALL Pcrfons indebted to the Eftate of HENRY BIRCH, late of the City of BATH, Vint* .| ner, a Bankrupt,

arc delircd to pay the Money they refpcftivcly owe to him or his Ellate, forthwith, unto Mr. THOMAS WATFORD, of Bath, Grocer, v who is iin- - powered by the AfTignees of the faid Bankrupt's Ellate to receive fuch Money. AT JAMES AT WOOD'S, BRAZIER and TINMAN, at the Golden Coffe
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
0A If, A,'iil 19, ' v ' Selling off, at the Gallic and Mall, , St< Michael'., ('•iinr.li, IRISH 11.itel

0A If, A,'iil 19, ' v ' Selling off, at the Gallic and Mall, , St< Michael'., ('•iinr.li, IRISH 11.itel

j ill pa. J, winch will lie told ninth r the ictor having tctumtn I. ■eland a Days. a April 1769. Arabella the \Vifc Rnhard , Servant Mr. George Wha I ley at Pi'vizrs, lately doped tiorn hei laid Hufliand: This is give Notice to ail Pcrfons not to her, lie will not pay any Debt
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday and Thursday's Posts.

LONDON, APRIL IS. MILE-END, April 17, 1769. HIS day, in pwrfuance an advertife- in the jmbl ic papers, thefreeholdvfa cls l ' ie connt Middlefex met at the affcmbly room at this place, to ccn- V/ the proper meafurcs to be taken in fupport of their undoubted right to elude their
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be LETT SOLD, At EPSOM, in Surry, THE large and elegant AfTcmbly-Room, with without the Mineral Waters, Gardens, Garden

To be LETT SOLD, At EPSOM, in Surry, THE large and elegant AfTcmbly-Room, with without the Mineral Waters, Gardens, Garden

Ground, Walks, Stabling, and fundry other Premifes, tnotUy built the Plan of Tunbridge Wells, and fo long famous for its falubrious Nitrous Salts all over Europe, and for the Virtues of which refer the Reader Dr. Toland’s Works, the liritilh Magazine, (No. 5, Page 245,) Dr. Rutt
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
John Jones. Breeches-Maker ani Glover, (From LONDON) Opfrjite Cock-Lane, in Cheap-Street, Bath, MAKES and fells all Sorts Buck and Doe-Skin

John Jones. Breeches-Maker ani Glover, (From LONDON) Opfrjite Cock-Lane, in Cheap-Street, Bath, MAKES and fells all Sorts Buck and Doe-Skin

Breeches and Gloves, in the hell and ncaull Maimer: Alfo the bell Patent-Dye Black Breeches, with Shammy Linings, at 12s. the Pair* .Servants Livery Breeches at rl. is. the Pair. Gentlemen and Tradefmen may with four Paii of new Buck or Doe-Skin Breeches, at il. is. the Year. Br
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EPIGRAM on the frefent mode of Head-Dreffing. TN days old, when Virtue plac'd Her truft in ev'ry fair, Men were

EPIGRAM on the frefent mode of Head-Dreffing. TN days old, when Virtue plac'd Her truft in ev'ry fair, Men were

py flowing perukes grae'd, And ivctnen wore their hair. How chang'd that decent mode of drefs is By every belle and prig! The men appear in plaifter'd trejfes, —Each ivoman wears a WIG. An account of the feveral Monies expended a certain Society from the time of its foundation,
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, ACompleat finished HOUSE, furnifhed, at Mr. AINSLIE'S, Belvidere, Lanfdown-Road, Bath being the moft

To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, ACompleat finished HOUSE, furnifhed, at Mr. AINSLIE'S, Belvidere, Lanfdown-Road, Bath being the moft

beautiful Situation of any about this City. N. B. Coach-Houfe and Stable il wanted. MR. DE LA MAIN has opened a Public DANCING-SCHOOL for Young GENTLEMEN and LADIES at his Houfe in IKiJlgatc-Strcet, BATH, where he teaches on Thutfday and Friday He alio attends Mrs. ALDWORTH'S Bo
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PRICES of GRAIN.

PRICES of GRAIN.

At the Corn-Exchange, MARK-LANE, London. Wheat 30s od .to 38s od Hog Peafe 18s Barley 14s od to 6d Beans 16s od Rye, 20s 21s od Tares 22s to 26s od Oats * 11s od to od "Fineft FJonr ' 335. per Sack BrownMalt 2os jpd '<Sdl Second Sort - - 30s od Pale Malt 21s to od Third Sort -"
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POETS CORNER. EPITAPH an elegant Monument, now everting in the 'Abbey Church, in the city of BATH, to the Memory

POETS CORNER. EPITAPH an elegant Monument, now everting in the 'Abbey Church, in the city of BATH, to the Memory

of the late Mr. QU N. [Written by DAVII) GAR RICK, Eft}."] THAT tongue which fet the table on a roar, And charm'd the public ear, is heard more; Clos'd are thofe eyes, the harbingers of wit, Which fpake before the tongue what Skahcfpeare writ; Cold is that hand, which living was
20 April 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England