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ASSIZES.

ASSIZES.

At C*M»»tDOl, Tliouui Salmon, for Dealing lamb, w*. capitally convicted, but iiaa been fine* reprieved.—• Charier Clark, alia. William DiXon, for Dealing trunk, finl.nccil tranfported lor feven yearn. At Woacisria,J. Robbins, J Atkins, S. Walfortl, T. Dra pier, W. ballicc, J. Ko
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED. Cap?. Dear den, the JnnlfirilUng Mil* Braider, Stourbridge.—-Alt. R. Richards, miniature painter, wf Birmingham. DIED At Mid lit. Sudex,

MARRIED. Cap?. Dear den, the JnnlfirilUng Mil* Braider, Stourbridge.—-Alt. R. Richards, miniature painter, wf Birmingham. DIED At Mid lit. Sudex,

Mrs. Mafcn, aired Mr. John Knight,of Farnham. accd 77.—AtChapcI-Afli, mar Wolverhampton, Mils Wilkes. I*REFERRED. Mr. R. S. Wyebe, a infirmary. W k-OfKICK, Au%. 2. —Brevet I.ieut.- Cot W. Wade lieut.-col, Watfon, who retires. -L rep. foot. —The Hon. Major Wm. Bbgh, from 26th lig
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIED. Mr. Jagger, farmer, of Chalvey-green, near Wind for, aged 79. to bis girl, Betty Thomas, aged 12. She is

MARRIED. Mr. Jagger, farmer, of Chalvey-green, near Wind for, aged 79. to bis girl, Betty Thomas, aged 12. She is

the daughter one Thomas, labouring man of Compton, near Hey, Beths: what U remarkable, Thomas has ten children, all living, and the Parfon of the his credit it th z tenth child, and has brought up, and educated it, at Ins own BIRTH. I.ady afon. DIED. John Chambers, cfq; lincn-fa
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

LONDON, MONDAY AUGUST 4. . : Oaze&e Rm<*i the 1 captive of t!t-’Spanifh ihip pac!;vl . Cortes, 01 14 gur,.'. 44 r.son, 1 the Middleton. The packet tt-a$ k.kn wiiii cocoa, liivicr., ! ..How, &c.* mid iWac ; threw her mail ovcrb-air-J when the Flora .1 her. Also the capture the Aj
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

Our almofl every part the weft England gives very favourable accounts the crops the different kinds grain \ and there every profj»cCl our being bit lied with line weather for fee tiring abundant harveft, there cannot doubt but that the prices the life will continue one half of t
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Agricuslural for July.

Agricuslural for July.

ALTHOUGH hot and droughty weather has prevailed for fo great length of lime, has not been injuriouato the grain crops; they have in instances continued to feed and well, and many the more fuothern i, arc now ready for the fickle. The crops are find, in genera), be unufually full
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
i m wiiit Aim Andrews,daughter of the late John Andrews, Northumberland.â??â??John I one*, of to Mifs Barclay, daughter of the

i m wiiit Aim Andrews,daughter of the late John Andrews, Northumberland.â??â??John I one*, of to Mifs Barclay, daughter of the

i m wiiit Aim Andrews,daughter of the late John Andrews, Northumberland.——John I one*, of to Mifs Barclay, daughter of the late R. Barclay, M. I*, for Kincardine.—David Dean, to Mifs Burnell, Ham-abbey, Effcx—Rev. J. H. Burgh, of Donore, Ireland, to Mils M. Burgh, daughter cf the
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FROME, SOMERSET. T*o be LETT, and entered upon immediately, 1- fora of 14, or 21 Yc*i». that good.**ecuftnmed INN PUBLIC*

FROME, SOMERSET. T*o be LETT, and entered upon immediately, 1- fora of 14, or 21 Yc*i». that good.**ecuftnmed INN PUBLIC*

HOUSE, called the SWAN, near the BRIDGE. FROME. For particulars apply Mr. Baltic, From*. SOMERSETSHIRE. be SOLD, or LETT, Modern-built *• HOUSE, suit aql• rot Eimilt. ■‘leafamly hunted tne village *f Hah atom- Mac* a, <»ur mile* from Sherborne, amt live mile,4 from Yeovil, !«»od
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GUILDHALL, BATH, Auguft I. having been given the Ma*• gistrates of this City, that certain BA K£RS, in order to

GUILDHALL, BATH, Auguft I. having been given the Ma*• gistrates of this City, that certain BA K£RS, in order to

obtain Cut tout, have, and do frequently sell their Bread iti shorter time after baking than is ordered the late Aft Parliament; and as such conduit entirely frustrates (he wise intentions of the Legislature, and is injury to the fair 'Traders THIS IS TO HU'S NOTICE, That any Pe
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE ACIDULATED TABLET, WHICH ihe tafle uncommonly grateful, while. imparts odour to the breath, its gehdy acidulous quality, v:lci jitics

THE ACIDULATED TABLET, WHICH ihe tafle uncommonly grateful, while. imparts odour to the breath, its gehdy acidulous quality, v:lci jitics

About the mouth, throat, and hie.ift ; an I ie.iJt, }« the mod natural mlnncr, to excite allays third,and removes orynels the tongue all complaints, and in (Ins fopicafaor, commodious, efficacious, and late orators, public lingers, and all perlims hejtc c.olir r.ioms, hot weathe
August 7, 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England