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FATAL DIFFERENCE . Mineral .mi vegetahi.e medicines. C.T.ilimption Drop*. »hK'h are d.lrilM mtimaW-v conncrlr.t; k. AAlm.j.ml l f. ' h

FATAL DIFFERENCE . Mineral .mi vegetahi.e medicines. C.T.ilimption Drop*. »hK'h are d.lrilM mtimaW-v conncrlr.t; k. AAlm.j.ml l f. ' h

"'r” .• .... j. .1 .. .. i kiiiV. ii.'tinit ni in* iicnirti from »s» u* lion the proJocine tumours ail |» l »>c ui'y.imviii .• i , charges into ihght itrokrs; in? ari;C>p» may their into one mleale.—4 the lii«oi»vrilV!s, morbid or uni' |'H K VV'r.l.mlf VKf.N'OS. X long vibrated
August 21, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HOUSE AND DRAINAGE.

HOUSE AND DRAINAGE.

so.' !!',.< • rSHIRE. Adjo'.a i'Lti ;.i in}« ■>! the Proprietors of V Lands am.ri't! I". •uertecl Drainage of the liver Brut. held 'out Bridgwater In the laiij county, - • >th July 1800, purfuant aoVt r'ilenUT* * ,p (•; H'iH' . i, <‘iq; in t':c Chiir; :v- ‘» the opinion this Mee
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SONNET ON CHATI*F.RTON. O Chat teuton! fair Genius’ elded born ! Thou who oft (traying Avon’s hanks along, Tour’d forth

SONNET ON CHATI*F.RTON. O Chat teuton! fair Genius’ elded born ! Thou who oft (traying Avon’s hanks along, Tour’d forth

fo thy wildly warbling Pong, With clouds o’crcaft arofc thy cheerlcfs morn ! 11l could'U thou bear lh* unfeeling taunt fcorn The chilly hand of Wantbeneath the darts Of Obloquy, and Envy’s bcllilh arts, Too foon, alas, thy fpirit funk forlorn! Thy features wore the pallid hue of
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

LONDON, FRIDAY AUG. «. OUNT St. Julien, the Auftrian % Miniftcr, has left Paris, after nSkj* having had two long conferences » T with Talleyrand, and fct oat for Vienna, accompanied by Duroc, Bonaparte’s principal aide-decamp, who the entire conhdence tire Chief Conl'ul. r, to B
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FOR THE BATH CHROMICLE.

FOR THE BATH CHROMICLE.

Tha grett importmceofthe abler*itiont contain'd in tiic fottMriag Letter will,; doubl not, apolojilt for lit length. wee Kept, that cxeufe will bedcemrd nrctflarjr rtaderi, '*’U appear amiable and captivating will induce them to iirten gladly to any tutu, that may iead tliem to
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sydney-Gardens Vauxhall, Hath. T HOLLO WAY mo rcfpcftfully informs • the Nubility and Gentry* the J'ublick Tea and Even in*

Sydney-Gardens Vauxhall, Hath. T HOLLO WAY mo rcfpcftfully informs • the Nubility and Gentry* the J'ublick Tea and Even in*

'Promenade Are continued e,cr, THURSDAY, Attended with Mufick.—Admittance It. Tea-6d. WILTS. ANNUAL VENISON FEASTS will A be the DEAR INN. DEVI 'Wednesday Augull 20* and the SWAN BRADFORD, Thurfday Augufl 21. CHEAP HABERDASHERY, HOSIERY, and LACE WAREHOUSE, No. I, BATH-STREET, o
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH. Auftirt. fully Kui-h, has opened SHOP- i Kf.t (nearly oppofite the the SELLING and DISPENSING All Setts DRUGS. A«S.T.

BATH. Auftirt. fully Kui-h, has opened SHOP- i Kf.t (nearly oppofite the the SELLING and DISPENSING All Setts DRUGS. A«S.T.

determined procure I.is from Apoihmealies'-Hall,, and mean* pcrfonalVy and. employ in difpenfint Cucb Cent him far that hopes glee fatinfaCtioh to all who may favour with their yWtronage. SHEPrOK-MAJLLET, Auguft 11 % ilico. NOTICK is hereby given, that the CO-PARTNERSHIP between
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DIED Near Bombay, ford, Col. Hawker. —in aged Ho. Mr>» ChatUrton.- Dallcey, Ireland, need 10;, Budget Hudfon, a poor woman.—

DIED Near Bombay, ford, Col. Hawker. —in aged Ho. Mr>» ChatUrton.- Dallcey, Ireland, need 10;, Budget Hudfon, a poor woman.—

Mr. “May, Berks,; Mr. Wm. Rolfc. one sin lay-vicars, ami tli* member belonging Win* cJnflcr cnbedral. The Rev. Mr. o, Burley, near Oakham.
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED. John Foord Nailh. efq; of Warwick, Mifs Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton, prefent High Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton.efq; high bailiff

MARRIED. John Foord Nailh. efq; of Warwick, Mifs Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton, prefent High Agnes Gumming.—B. S. Heaton.efq; high bailiff

Birmingham, Mifs Colley, of F.dgbaflon. DIED. Liverpool, aged 79, Mrs. Steers, reli«£l Alderman S. Steers. Suddenly, Mrs. C. Monkins, of Stourbridge.—Mrs. Erikine, of the Holmes. daughter of the lion. Thomas Erikinc, M.P. PREFF.RRED. Major Munro, colonel of marines; Capt. Winter
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED- Lord Dunfany. Smith, of Portman-fquare,——At Plymouth, Wm. Mil - ' third daughter the late •h] r . Knighton. Plymouth,

MARRIED- Lord Dunfany. Smith, of Portman-fquare,——At Plymouth, Wm. Mil - ' third daughter the late •h] r . Knighton. Plymouth,

to Mifs I). Hawker, fourth daughter of the late Captain Hawker.— I). Prichard. Reward the Mary packet, . frounce, Falmouth.—Mr, G. Bub. of lit Mini, to Mil>- M. Hunter, daughter of the late Mr. Rob, Hunter, merchant..* Jones, attorney, of Abergavenny, Mil's Morg.tu. -I. D. Campb
August 14, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England