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FELL PARKER, AthisOki-Fflablifhetl Cninmiflinn WINE VAULTS, No, ?? Wapping Ntw Stairs, Lunook, HAS now on board ..

... Polt-Chaifes, -Sec, Sec. NOI'ICF to CREDITORS. TIIE Creditors 0! JOHN BOULTON, lite of Kilc.lt, in the county of Gloceflcr, Miller, de- cc.if.d, are requefted to meet the Executors of tie faid John iioult.rii, on Wednefday the lit day of July next, at the ...

SOMERSET. PURSUANT to tlie Rtquejl of tht Grand Jury, at the /fjjixri held at Briefgrivater, Notice is hereby ..

... in the bloed. Mr. John Ingram, of Codford St. Maty, V\ ilts, ttire-' of a nioft iiivettt.ut leurvy .1 twenty years Handing; his bidy was coveted all ovei with blotches an! uke:-, vvh eh Itait.l off like fcalts ol a lilh. VV itnefs John ( .cnnei , ol I leytell ...

Turnpike from Warminfter and Frome, to Bath. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Truiiees of tiiis Turnpike will ..

... London* Among the various aiticles are, Sharp's only true Chinefe Gloves for making foft, white, and de- licate, tbe hands and arms, and may be depended on. The Po- made Degrafte, which is the only thing yet difcovered that will effectually thicken the hair ...

HENRY PHILLIPS be^s leave mott ?? fi in .111, the Nobility Gtntiy, 11 I | v' He ii gvi c-

... fuppoit this inititution, is requelied. STIiW A R D S C! .1. Worfran Cornwall, Efq. I Rev. Mr Stephens 11 v. Mr. Stiages I Mr. John TVooI. Tickets to br; had at the bar of the George inn, at 4*. each. ,T/» Dinrer on table pitcilcly at three 0 clock. ST \TE ...

BOARD and TUITION At Mr. STRFRNS's ACADEsMT, No. 7, BARioN-Bi'ir.i.tNos, Batji. ' YOUNO pENTLEMEN are Boarded, ..

... WIiYMOUTH-ARMS INN. R. STARLING RETURNS her moll grateful thanks to the No- blllty and Gentry frequenting the faid Inn, and to bis Friends and l!ie Public lv general, fur all pall favours, mid informs them be lias declined bul'incf. in favour of Mr. John Cross ...

OLD BATH FIRE-OFFICE. NOTICE. is hereby given, that there will he a Oeneral Meetine of the Copn-tncrs of the above

... Dithop of St. Davidi haa appointed the Rer. John Jones, rector of Johnfton-c um-Stcinton with Bofhorton, Pembrokelhlre, and chaplain to Lord Caw- dor, to the ftall at Brecon, held by the late Archdeacon of Cardigan. Lient. Pulling, who pafled Ihrough thl* ...

On the toth cf O.lolvr t yfj, AN ENGLISH and FRKNCII GRAMMAR o V DAT-SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES, By Mrs

... the de- mands. Brillol, 16111 Auguii, r-rsS. (Signed) JOHN PARSONS, STEPHEN GEORGE, JOHN PARRY. ft^. The above concert! is carried on a s ttfual, f together vim ihe Sugar Rcfl.inr. 'Trade) by JOHN PARSONS and )OHN TARRY, under the firm of 7t>ru, a,isry ...

I BOARDINfi and TUITION. At Mr. ST£VENSs ACADEMY, No. 7, llarton.Huildini(s, QueethSijiuire, llath, YOWG ..

... debts at either the above places.—- Dated the ?otb June, r 79f. JAMES CARPENTER, Mitnefs, JOHN PARSONS, Thomas BuariTT. CHARLES PERKS. BATH, ill Juty, 1795. JOHN PARSONS refpeiflfully inform, his O Friends and the Puhlick, that he purp.fes Continuing the ...

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... H„n'inai„n lloiitnglonfhire, Dili Stmiei Mev..,iney Cornwall, tl.th-.f John M.ress.i.siiy I Slsmpfhiif, in.) ' ' ' J ?? Bolil!,i b i B;e-on Brecinlhiif, p , t Panlvd.ttnear, t Carmarthen, Cardigan, _ov.enj.mei J Ca'rlijiii J and Pcinbrokefliiics, B.nmMl ?? Dover ...

FELL PARKER, .. AtliisOlil.rn.hlilliitl Cuniniiirinii WINK VAULTS, No. 2/9, Wnppins Neil Stairs, London, HAS, ..

... young Gentlemen whofe health may if quire it. For 1 card of the terms, anil information of other particulars, apply to Mr. John Breach, hatter and fur- rier, in Bath-|t reet, Bath. [Alll ~TO I'HE FACULTY. HTO be DISPOSED of, the STOCK and SHOP 1 of the ...