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LAST DAY BUT TWO, For Cheap GLOVES and PERFUMERY. A S the SALE will finally end on SATURDAY fi\ next,

LAST DAY BUT TWO, For Cheap GLOVES and PERFUMERY. A S the SALE will finally end on SATURDAY fi\ next,

the rcfidueof the PERFUMERY will be fold at near half its Value, only a few pots of unadulterated and bed French Pomatum, at is. id. a p»t f/ remains. GLOVES under the wholcfalc prices, (lamp included. N. B. A few fmall TOYS will be fold very cheap. [6587 qpHE COMMISSIONERS ofth
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SUNDAY and TUESDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY and TUESDAY'S POSTS.

From Saturday's London Gazette. Whitehall, }W ii. THE following advices have been received from the End-Indies by the Rodney, one ofthe Com- pany's Ihips. Extrad cf a Letter from Lord Cornwallis, dated Fort St. Gecrge, December ti, 1790. " In purfuance of the intention which 1 n
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LOMDON, MONDAY, JUNE ij

LOMDON, MONDAY, JUNE ij

We find it was not the Duke of M anchefter, but Mr. Tollemache, who was fo much hurt in the fray at Berlin. Ail the paffengers that came home in the Rodney are arrived in town, except Edw. John Holland , efo,; who, we underftand, is fent home under an arreft, by order of Earl Co
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSETSHIRE.

SOMERSETSHIRE.

MANOR of PURITON cum DOWNEND. TO be SOLD (in Fee) by Auction, (unlefs difpofed of by private Contraft, of which notice will be given) at riper? inn, in the parilh of Alhcott, in the county of Somerfet, on Monday the 27th day of June inftant, between tht hours of four and fie in
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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r-r jf,sC^y VHTHKSig^^-jgC Jfta\->. —^

r- r jf, ?? VHTHKSig^^-jgC Jfta\ ?? —^ PRICE SIX-PENCi PRINTED BY R. CRUTTWELL, VOL. '69. X. 1868 IN ST. JAMES's-STREET, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER '28, 1797.
September 28, 1797 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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icflwj? antl SatucUap's! -^oiiss.

icflwj? antl SatucUap's! -^oiiss.

LONDON, iRIUAY hi 1"T. v. V jg Ednefdaji Lord Malmefbury, ac- \Mi vi companied by Lerrl Morpeth and *ptKss Mr.Ellii, reached h.i: houfe in Spring-Gardens. His Lordfhip 'W'VW Wt Lifle lb lat. •". M ?? His -ii l Fwk return *'" i lU ?? announced '•^.^'^««ll ?? ll ' l - following h
September 28, 1797 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE BATH \^m CHRONICLE.

THE BATH \^m CHRONICLE.

THE B A T H \^m CHRONICLE. Printed by R. CRUTT W E L L, ?? in St. JA M E S's -STR E E T; [Given Gratis.'] Where Advertifcmcnts, Letters to the Printer, and authentick Articles of Intelligence, are thankfully received; and Printing in general executed with Elegance, Correftrlcfsi
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POLITICAL REFLECTIONS.

POLITICAL REFLECTIONS.

In our laft we confidered th* Liberty of the Prefs as confirmed and fecured by the parting of Mr. Fox's Bill for defining and afcertaining, tee. the Law of Libels, and the Rights of Juries in Libellous Cafes. Though that Bill has met with fome delay in the Houfe of Lords, it has
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Polls.

Friday and Saturday's Polls.

LONDON, FRIDAY JUNE its. HOUSE of LORDS, FRIDAY. ' b £?% v 1^ Majesty being featedonthe Ik JsJE H „ I Throne, the Gentleman Uflie-r of !&My>yt% *§f tne Black Rod went to the Houfe ?? ?f Commons and commanded tlieir isWi^a*3! immediate attendance, when lie ?? reWlriie^ Wl * n tne
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Mab mm. Chambrey Brabazon Ponfonby, efq; member in the Irilh Parliament for Dungarvan, to Lady Harriot Taylor, eldeft daughter to

Mab mm. Chambrey Brabazon Ponfonby, efq; member in the Irilh Parliament for Dungarvan, to Lady Harriot Taylor, eldeft daughter to

the Earl of Beftive. Mr.Wm.Dearling, an eminent brewer of Chichefter, to Mift Jane Piggot, daughter of James Piggot, efq. Bibth. The lady of Col. Simcoe, Member for St. Mawes, ofa fon and heir, at Wolford lodge, near Honiton. Dll d. At Lyme-Regis, the Rev. Charles Lawrance, B. D
June 16, 1791 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England