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! »tl taVlfl Ji*iti tt*t lit)** Afll to »ppll«l « i.hfficUrt nn.l an apotheenty, who gave meillcinea thatfweat me) waa

bllfttred the part, cupped the bllller, and ftill took medicines, but found relief from either ( I was elefti ifu’d, and grew fomethlng better every day, but I again relapfed nearly as bad firtt, though eleftricity, at leaft twice day, but to no purpofc, for could not go without
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Conrrect TABLE of the PRICES of GRAIN.

Conrrect TABLE of the PRICES of GRAIN.

Conrrect TABLE of the PRICES GRAIN. At the Corn-Exchange, MARK-LANE, Lovdon. Wheat 30s od to 35s od Hog Peafe 22s od to Barley 16s od to 18s 6d Beans 20s od to 25s od Rye 21s od to 23s od Tares 24s od to 28s od Oats 13s to 16s od Fined Flour 30s. per Sack Brown Malt 18s od to 22s
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, TUESDAY, NOV. 28.

LONDON, TUESDAY, NOV. 28.

The reports of a French war that univerfally prevailed laft week, and now appear to be without foundation, were artfully propagated, that they impofed upon feme of the mod: experienced,and judicious among the underwriters in the Alley, many of whom would not lign a policy of inf
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

L 0 N, Thursday, NOV. 23. Let ter from Berlin, dated Nov. 12, fays, < ( The King our Sovereign waited too long in affifting the Ruffians, for now they do not want it ; but as his difpofi% .Ay o were equally the fame as if he had taken the field, he mult now invent a . di the laf
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
COACH and CHAISE SPRINGS. TTIS MAJESTY having been pleafed to grant X X his Letters Patent to RICHARD TREDWELL, in

COACH and CHAISE SPRINGS. TTIS MAJESTY having been pleafed to grant X X his Letters Patent to RICHARD TREDWELL, in

> Long-Acre, London, for his new-invented Plate-Worm and Brace Springs, which for Safety, Lightncfs, Eafe, Duration, and Ornament, far excel all others. Thcfe Springs ijj arc more than lbs. Weight lighter than the common t, ones, and by giving proper bearing to the Carriages (cf
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BENEFIT TICKETS in the LOT VERY, drawn fince our last, including Tuesdaj Nov. 28.

BENEFIT TICKETS in the LOT VERY, drawn fince our last, including Tuesdaj Nov. 28.

BENEFIT TICKETS the LOT VERY, drawn fince our last, including Tuesdaj Nov. 28. No. 14.37 was on Saturday drawn prize of twenty tbouj and pounds, and is faid to be the property of Mr. Calvert, Vinegar merchant, in Old-ftreet-road. Prizes of One Thoufand Pounds. —No. 23347, 8170, 1
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, THURSDAY, NOV. 30.

BATH, THURSDAY, NOV. 30.

The FREEHOLDERS the County of SOMERSET, who are deiirous the PETITION for Rcdrefs of Grievances, agreed upon the Meeting Weils on the 18th of October, arc requefted to take Notice, that the Petition will lie open for figning the Town- Hall this City, every Day (except Sunday and
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, Saturday, Aev. 25.

LONDON, Saturday, Aev. 25.

LONDON, Saturday, 25. A meflenger arrived this day at the Earl of Weymouth's office from the Earl of Harcourt, our AmbalTador at Paris and it is confidently that thefe difpatches bring advice, that the Dukede Choileul had in reply to our i’pirited to the remonllrances the French
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, Thursday, Nov. 30.

BATH, Thursday, Nov. 30.

The Freeholders of the County of Somerset, who are defirous to fupport the Petition for Redrefs of Grievances, agreed upon at the Meeting at Wells on the 18th of Oclober, arc requefted to take Notice, that the Petition will lie open for figning at the Town- Hall of this City, ev
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England