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JOHN KENDALL, at his China-Shop, the «- Golden -Caniftei in Pi I*l*ol nt-Sst*. it r, neat (lie South- ..

... JOHN KENDALL, at his China-Shop, the «- Golden -Caniftei in Pi I*l*ol nt-Sst*. it r, neat (lie South- -I'aiaeli', lUt/i, It. !. on llie molt rcafoiialilc Terms all Sous of Ul'.-iiil CHINA, both Foreign & Englijh ; Cti|,s and Sjjcci! of all I'liies; funic ...

HOU S E in the C I X CU S WANTED to Purchafe, or to Kent, at Mid- ?? Michaelmas

... HOU S E in the C I X CU S WANTED to Purchafe, or to Kent, at Mid- ?? Michaelmas next. Apply to Mr. George Chatwan, in th. Abbey C'hur. h-yard. f:;i: iTTT 'M tRS it f T \r.\ N T F. 0, in the parifh of N T.J N N V, a \V UOVURNOR forthe VVORKHOUiE. Any ...

BATH, 0:\. 14th, 178 J. WINTER BEASU N. TIIK Nobility, Gentry, and Pubiick, are moll re- fjetafully-acauainted, ..

... THE great objection to BOOTS having arifen from the difficiiltynf drawing them on and off, WILLIAM irj THOMAS SAUNDERS, Curriers in GLOCESTER, in cw-cttie- with JOS EPH WILLIS, of LONDON, have at length deviftd meansof making BOOTS nponfuchap .nc.ple as ...

I AN T.QVAI LAND-TAX. |

... land-proprietors to redeem, alter fuch warnings given tlicni. and f.,eh repeated 1 -iteiltioni of t^le act, not to let flip the golden opportunity. From the iircleii! fair price of the fundi, an advanta- geous redemption nny vet he made — which ihon!,! be done ...

WILLIAM HETLING, Wine and Brandv- h.EecuAKT, Hctliog -Court, Wellgate- Building*, Bath, beg-i leave to inform ..

... plain muflins ; black and white thread laces and edgings ; bail ansl. Scotch linens ; filk trimming and thread gauze; muilin, kent- ing, leooa and gauze handkerchiefs; printed linen aad cotton ditto } marleilles quiltings, corded and plain dimities, India ...

PRIVATE TUITION in Classical Leaknisg, By the Rev. JOHN TOOGOOD, M.A. Rcftorof Kington-Macna, Durfct. _ Kj* ..

... the CASTLE and BALL, near St. Michael's Church, BATH, every Morning at Five o'Clock, arrives early the fame evening at the GOLDEN CROSS, Charikg-Cboss. A COACH with FOUR HORSES, Every Sunday, Tuefday, and Thurfday Evening, from the WHITE- HART, Broad. ...

OLD BATH FIRE-OFFICE, removed to No. ij, Stall-Stiieet, oppofitcMrs.Lambc'sTcaWarehoufc. COnlfcmt attendance is ..

... increasing their ; ?? be again employed. • ..BilJs of Indictment having been fend againft fuch refractory ! Journeymen in Kent, the. Mailers .alfo determined that fimilar pro- J fecutions fhould becammenced'againft thole who had been active ; in the ...

WARMINSTER and WILTSHIRE BANK, -ft MAY, ITO^. THE Bufinefs of this Bank is now carried on under the firm of

... printed tcrr.F, particulars, and ci r« ?? WATER-PROOF BOOTS nnd SHOES. THOMAS HAY XES, Brock-S 1 REET,begs leave moft ?? to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends in general, that his Water-Proof Boots and Shoes, are made of prepared leather from Ids ...

MASTERS's MODEL of BATH CONTINUES OPEN FOR INSPECTION AT No.ji, ORCHARD. STREET, oppofite the Theatre. ..

... A T rL THOMAS HAYNES, Ladies' and Gentlemen's BOOT and SHOE-MAKER, No. 13, Margarct's-Buildhigs, begs leave moft refpcftiully to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, that his new-invented Water -proof Boots and Shoes, for fliooting, &c. made of prepared ...

The Mifs F L E, MING S Refpeftfully acquaint their Friends, that the WINTER BALL for their SCHOLARS will be

... [2975 HOMAS HAYNKS, Ladies' and Gentlemen's BOOT .and SHOE-MAKER,!*,. 13, Margaret' s-Buitdings, begs leave moft rel'pcflfully to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, that his new-invented Water-proof Boots and Shoes, for (hooting, &c. made of prepared ...

Cheap Hat, Hoficry, ad Glove Wnre-Houic Near the Paruii-Room, Bath T 1? n a acquaints' the Nobility, fl? ,t £*b

... and other Chocolates, Cocoa, $cc.; which, with all kinds of Grocery, he fells wholefale and retail at the lowed prices. ?? MAIDSTONE GENEVA. THE Proprietors acquaint the public, that by an Aft of Parliament palled lad Scffioni, they have an ewlu- five light ...