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Published in One Volume, price 55., SERMONS. Preached at the Octagon Chapel, Hath, the Rev, FOUNTAIN ELWIN, one of the

Published in One Volume, price 55., SERMONS. Preached at the Octagon Chapel, Hath, the Rev, FOUNTAIN ELWIN, one of the

Ministers of that Chapel. Hatchard, London; and the Bath Booksellers. whom may be obtained, in 3 vols, (nearly 500 pages each), price 125., or separate and complete vols., price each, SCRIPTURAL INSTRUCTION FOR THE LEAST AND THE LOWEST ; or, the Bible History in its simplest For
January 25, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH UNION. NOTICE hereby given, that, in pursuance of X Provisions of Act passed in the Sixth and , Years

BATH UNION. NOTICE hereby given, that, in pursuance of X Provisions of Act passed in the Sixth and , Years

of the Reign of his late Majesty King William eh. 86, intituled •* An Act for Registering Births, D"' 1 and Marriages in England," Mr. THOMAS residing in the Pultenev Road, has beeo apy"'"? REGISTRAR of BIRTHS and DEATHS for jj! BATHWICK DISTRICT, which comprises the Pari»*J of
January 25, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A *»*■ INCORPORATED SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS. Charteredby King Wm. 111., A.D. 1701. BATH

A *»*■ INCORPORATED SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS. Charteredby King Wm. 111., A.D. 1701. BATH

DEANERY ASSOCIATION. President. The LORD BISHOP of BATH and WELLS. ANNUAL SERMON in behalf of this Society will be preached (D.V.) at the ABBEY CHURCH, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, on the Morning Monday, January 29, 1844. Divine Service to commence at Eleven o
January 25, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARKET CHRONICLE.

BATH MARKET. Sa.crday, Dec, 30. Wheat (per Qr.) ..... UrhSftj Oat* .. », v Barley ._.-....„ Bean* „ rthe*rolouJ)—W%er.ten,ld .- Standard, 6rf. Meat (per pound Skdt fold ; Veal Ftd t» Lamb. Park, idtotd. ' Uamsper Haeompgr'fb Cheese per%Hdto\od Fresh Buttei per Salt ; Dairy Eggs
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH POST OFFICE.

BATH POST OFFICE.

The general delivery ofletters is made about eight o'clock in the morn 1141; a second delivery (within the 1..m1* of the city; » following part*. _ London and intermediate place* (day main 0 Southampton, Salisbury, Frome, Warminster, ike., (day mail) .mi. (0 morning Bradford and
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 3.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 3.

Iron - GAZETTE DAY Evening. BANKRUPTS. John Wheatley, Kennington-cross, livery.stable-keeper Robert Stevens, Neweut, Lambeth, dealer in china He*iit Turner, Myddeltoo-street, Clerkenwel!. painted baite-raannufaciurer Donald Nicholson, Liverpool, halter William Wood and Henry Por
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH POLICE.

BATH POLICE.

Thursday. —Wm. Collin*. journeyman carpenter, lately in the employ of Mr. S. Pitman, of Jame»-»treel, was charged wiih obtaining quart and a bottle of brandy, one on the I9ih and the other the ?6th insl., of Mr. Mor. riih, wine and merchant. Argyle.buildin?«, under pretenoe that
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Guano from Cathnees.-A correspondent, says’ " I wonder you have not taken up the subject and erplained to your readers,

Guano from Cathnees.-A correspondent, says’ " I wonder you have not taken up the subject and erplained to your readers,

that there is great abundance it to found in Caithness, Sutherland, Orkney, and Zetland, amongst the islands, stacks, and cliff* the rocks— o' Groat's Journal. Oxford, Jan. I.—Messrs. John Young Heatwave, Wiliiam Henry Milman, Mark Haggard, and Stephen Swabey, have been admitted
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH BLUE-COAT SCHOOL.

BATH BLUE-COAT SCHOOL.

The following a copy of the address delivered the Senior Boy, mentooed in our last: We know not how better to approach our kind earthly friends and benefactors this renewed opportunity hete presented to us. than respectfully reminding them a passage ont of that Sacred Volume fro
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Dec. 27th, the Rev. George May, jun., A.M., was instituted, by the Lord Bisbopof Gloucester and Bristol, ■to the Rectory of Lid.lington, in the County ol Wilts, vacant by the deatit of the Bey. Michael Hare. Patron, his Grace the Duke of Marlboiough. Visit of the Due de Bordeaux
January 4, 1844 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England