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Goods imported at London fince our last.

Goods imported at London fince our last.

Goods imported London fince our last. AROOL, BirdgnC, Powell 30C. NF. A 1., H. M. Coda Ofwalc! aool, llcfwick 8001. CREAM TARTAR, Siri 55C. INDICO, Kirvan 1400!. lb. Oliver ton, Amlinck 14001. CALLS, Dtivclu* Loovnoo, Bean 15 ton, Johndon 24, Oliver 5, Haylcy 80, Nclbctt 1,5, Inn
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
be LETT immediately a FLOUR-MILL, wiih r Vfc '7 Pair Wflehei, five large Bins f p r Jlih for Flour.

be LETT immediately a FLOUR-MILL, wiih r Vfc '7 Pair Wflehei, five large Bins f p r Jlih for Flour.

,0r Corn. a..,i »f t five )arg< Mill r> 11 '" . «m nour. lhe Mill i> »1r ' 9,1(1 Water; and fituate five Miles from B.ff W: Pi!! ford, four from Trowbridge, and iln-p r' ' r For particulars, ,l »)£&<"< Mr. ucker, at the Greyhound and M,'.; , 1 '' 1 1 ;.. be LETT ready furnifked,
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
the BATH and BRISTOL CHRONICLE. LETT E R I. .(r,HE Engliih have never been rightly undeiflood, except by themfelves: they

the BATH and BRISTOL CHRONICLE. LETT E R I. .(r,HE Engliih have never been rightly undeiflood, except by themfelves: they

W are called hot-headed, turbulent; outit* rageous, and incapable of being fatisfied: Ay t hefe epithets make up our defcnption among Foreigners; yet not one of thefe We are moody people. This is our belol f nndit is one Angular, there is not in any thara fm' ?e a word to exprel
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To Mr. JAMES ROWLEY, at No. 4., in St- Paul's Church-Yard, LONDON.

To Mr. JAMES ROWLEY, at No. 4., in St- Paul's Church-Yard, LONDON.

Mr. JAMES ROWLEY, at No. 4., in St- Paul's Church-Yard, LONDON. LEIGH, in EJfrx, June 1769. AS I think we ought not only commend, but n\c. try recommend whatever new-invented Medicine we ourfelves have found Benefit I take this Opportunity, for the Encouragement of tne induftnous
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
This Day it publijhed, Price only Neatly bound in Red, adorned with bu'nomus Frontjpiect, ft nth engraved from an Original

This Day it publijhed, Price only Neatly bound in Red, adorned with bu'nomus Frontjpiect, ft nth engraved from an Original

Dtatoing, pACCHUS and VENUS; or, the Harmony jr> of LOVE and WINF.: Confiding a droll Collection SONGS iii high Humour, they arc by the Votaries of Bacchus and Venus, as well as by the Sons the Chace, and the Bucks, Bloods, GeniufTcs, Choice Spirits, and other Fellows high Fun a
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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TAUNTON MARKET-HOUSE. AS PLAN for Building ihc fame is 'fixed uponThu acquaints MA.TtR-Buu.DiKj, ih.i thtv rntypurufe il, applying William Nortis,

TAUNTON MARKET-HOUSE. AS PLAN for Building ihc fame is 'fixed uponThu acquaints MA.TtR-Buu.DiKj, ih.i thtv rntypurufe il, applying William Nortis,

Printer, iri raunton; and deliver in Ellim.tc, fealed up, oduced at Meeting of the Trufteev to be held at the Guildhall in rauntou aforcraid, on Monday the jethot hnuavv 1770, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. Order of the Trustees, . WILLIAM NORRIS, Clerk.
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Notwithftanding all Minifterial Offers and ThrbatSi This Day is pubUJhed, Price 5/. 3^. THE Genuine ESSAY on WOMAN. To which

Notwithftanding all Minifterial Offers and ThrbatSi This Day is pubUJhed, Price 5/. 3^. THE Genuine ESSAY on WOMAN. To which

is added, The MAID’s PRAYER. Sold bv G. Richards, inßell*Savage>Yard, London, and all Booklellers and Newfcarricrs in Town and Country. ow. i. Memoirs of Mifs Parsons's Amours with the Duke of Grafton every Copy of which is figned Mifs Parfons, a. The Wanton Widow ; being Memoir
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, THURSDAY, Dec. 21.

BATH, THURSDAY, Dec. 21.

B AT H, THURSDAY, Dec. 21. Dcfire of Jever al Ladies. For the Benefit of BETTY (late of Wiltlhire's Rooms) on Saturday, December 23, 1769, will BREAKFAST, at Mr Simpfon's Rooms. After the Breakfalt, a BALL. Tickets to be had of BETTY, atMr. Simpfon's. The FREEHOLDERS the County o
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MONDAY's POST.

MONDAY's POST.

Auivcd the MAM S from Holland and Flanders* BREST, NOV. 28. N confequcnccof the judgment pronounceL' ; y the cornmiffion appointed to try I die fpies who attempted to burn the port of this city, Louis Alexander Gordon was beheaded the 2ill of this month. His behaviour was firm,
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY, Dec. 16.

LONDON, SATURDAY, Dec. 16.

We have it from good authority, that treaty of peace is actually upon the tapis between the Turks and Ruflians, which, in all probability, will foon eftablifh the general tranquility of Europe. There are accounts from Lifbon, that fhock of an earthquake was lately felt at the il
21 December 1769 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England