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i, o AS flit* til oil. ntitl aitful Meiftl nflVft been, and lie life oft deprive of Inttrell and Honour

i, o AS flit* til oil. ntitl aitful Meiftl nflVft been, and lie life oft deprive of Inttrell and Honour

waiting upon the Non t* LITY, and M r. , at tJtKft J" L '>C OVyof BRISTOL i well known the Name or Sign the WillTE LION in BROAD-STREET; humbly beg Leave this public Manner addrcls tnylelf to Tliofc, who have already honoured with their Company; entreating, that thev will be plc
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
 
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
 
Good Lodgings for Families, or Single Gentlemen.

Good Lodgings for Families, or Single Gentlemen.

WHITE SWAN INN, DEVIZES. TILLIAM ARCHER, from Bath, having VV taken and neatly fitted up the above Inn, for the Reception of Gentlemen, Tradefmen, and Others, humbly follicits their Favours and Encouragement, as he will make it his chief Study to render their Accommodations in e
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
tics, in the nrttcft and hi n '«H in it moderate Pricca. „II « F artii '"u and L,Ktw^ (

tics, in the nrttcft and hi n '«H in it moderate Pricca. „II « F artii '"u and L,Ktw^ (

all 50,,, JJ« v..». . _ s fj'i,, ,n # Not Article in ,1 Bom SI, i bought ready-made, but all C Makin «'iJ MR. JON ES, Bath beg, Leave to info, m al | F cct fquare, David Tevitre. P ' FC£ - t',! the Corrcttnefs, joined the Ha.- to exn a that runs through the Whole of this Pic Co!
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TO be LETT, on the 25th of March next* A large Commodious HOUSE on CLIFTON-HILL* fituated between Sir William Draper's

TO be LETT, on the 25th of March next* A large Commodious HOUSE on CLIFTON-HILL* fituated between Sir William Draper's

and Alderman Elton's, with all convenient Offices, a Garden, Stabling for eight Horfes, ar.d Coarh-Houfcs; fit for a Gentleman's Family or Lodging-Houfc, now in the polTefiion of Mr. Thomas Wood all, who has been Tenant for fourteen Years lad pad. Apply to Mr. Anthony Swymmer, A
30 November 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England