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Pope's Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

17/12/1761

Printer / Publisher: Cornelius Pope 
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Date of Article: 17/12/1761
Printer / Publisher: Cornelius Pope 
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Volume Number: II    Issue Number: 10
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[ NUMB. IO. ] AND WEEKLY GAZETTE. Friday's and SATURDAY'S POSTS. [ No Foreign Mall.] London, December 10. PRivate Lettters from Holland inform us that Marshal Broglio had put off his journey to Versailles, on receiv- ing repeated Advice that since he be- gan to fend Home Part of his Troops to winter in France, the King of Prussia, in Con- cert with Prince Ferdinand, had formed the Plan of a Winter Expedition, which the latter only waited for the Approbation of England, and a Reinforcement of Troops from that Country, to carry into Execution. The Defence of Colberg will necessarily make a great Figure in History. The Governor Vander Hyde, during tie Bombardment, was solicited by the Burghers to capitulate, before the Place was reduced to a Heap of Rubbish, to which he an- swered, laying his Hand upon his Sword, " Gen- tlemen, till this is either burnt or melted, I will never think of a Capitulation." His Prussian Majesty having lately gained some Advantages over the Austrian Forces, near Schweidnitz, we daily expect to hear of the formal Investiture of that Place. They write from Spain, that the British Mer- chant having made an Application, in respect to the Security of their Effects, in Cafe of a Rupture between the two Crowns, were told on the Part of his Catholic Majesty, that they had no Reason to be alarmed, either by immediate or remote Apprehensions, of any such Event. It is also said, that his Excellency the Earl of Bristol is so much better in his Health, as to desist from the Applica- tions he had made to return Home. A Minister who hath resided long at Madrid writés to his Friend, " It may possibly be, that Spain hath signed a Treaty with the Court of Versailles; but I, shall never believe that it is of such a Nature as to make her take Part in the present War against the English : You will see whether or not I am in the right." It was confidently reported Yesterday, but with what Foundation we know not, that five Spanish Men of War, three of which were of th^ Line, were got into Brest, and that the Spa- niards are beating tip for Volunteers. It is said that the War will be carried on in Germany next Year, with great Vigour. And greater Naval Preparations are now making, than at any Time this War. It is now much doubted, whether either of the Commanders of the Allied Army will come to England this Winter, some Circumstances in Ger- many, it is laid, rendering their Pretence necessary, for the more speedy opening of the next Cam- paign. Notwithstanding all that has been said of the Mortality of the British Troops in Germany, we are allured there are now there full 14, ooo brave Men, well and fit for Service. The Number of our Troops that have fallen in Battle in Germany since the Commencement of the War, who have been carried off by Sickness, and what may be in the Hospitals, is altogether computed at 15,000. The Embarkation for Germany will be made early in the Spring, and it is said will be more numerous than was expected. A large Train of Aillery, Camp Furniture and Tools, we are told, are preparing to be em- bark'd with the Troops that are design'd for Germany ; so that the Arrival of the Commander in Chief of the Allied Army may not be ' till af- ter the next Campaign. His Majesty's Ship Edgar is arrived at Ply- mouth from off Brest ; and brings Advice, that the French Fleet, confuting of eight Sail of the Line and fix Frigates, was lying in Cameret Bay, near Brest, when she left our Fleet. her, all Intercourse with the Family was forbid- den him. He did not, however, cease to pursue the young Lady's Affections, but used every Art to have Access to her, unobserved by the Family, that the Ardency of his Passion could suggest. At every Rendezvous for Summer Amusement, he was ever near her in Disguise, and, in Dublin, found Means to fee her with less Difficulty, ' till he so far gained on her Affections, that she con- trasted herself to him, in the Presence of one Witness only, or, rather, married him; for they each read over the Form of Matrimony, and signed interchangeably Duplicates to witness it; their Design was in Appearance to conceal their Engagement ' till a Time of Reconcilement with her Father should offer, or his Decease leave her at Liberty to avow the Choice she had made. But the young Gentleman's Joy was too full to be confined; he could not conceal it from his more intimate Acquaintance, and the Secret was loon divulged. A Process in the Commons, to dissolve the Contract, was instituted, and finally determined last April, in the Court of Delegates, the dernier Resort in that Kingdom, and the Contrail set aside. From that Time Mr. M'Naton seemed to have been actuated by a Madness, mixed with Despair: He declared, in all Companies, he would yet have her, or die, and leave nothing unattempted to re- porters his Wife ( as he persevered to call her) tho' certain Death should await him. On the 12th Day of November, Mr. Knox, with the young Lady and her Mother, set out in a Coach for Dublin, with only their ordinary At- tendants, and a Cafe of Pistols in the Coach, and a Servant, armed with a Blunderness, near. He had not proceeded far, when Mr. M'Naton, with three others in Arms, appeared, and ordered the Coachman to stop. Mr. Knox, on Mr. M'Naton's coming up to the Coach Window, snapped his Pistol at him, which Mr. M'Naton answered by a Random Fire into the Coach, and killed the young Lady: At the fame Instant Mr. Knox fired his other Pistol, and shot Mr. M'Naton thro' the Bread; who, we hear, is since dead. CHARACTER of a PROUD MAN, By the Author of HUDIBRAS. A Proud Man is a Fool in Fermentation, that swells and boils over like a Porridge- pot He sets out his Feathers like an Owl, to swell and seem bigger than he is. He is troubled with a Tumour and Inflammation of Self- Conceit, that renders every Part stiff and uneasy. He has given himself sympathetic Love- Powder, that works upon him to Dotage, and has transformed him into his own Mistress. He is his own Gallant, and makes most passionate Addresses to his own dear Perfections. He commits Idolatry to him- self, and worships his own Image; though there is no Soul living of his Church but himself, yet he believes as the Church believes, and maintains his Faith with the Obstinacy of a Fanatic. He is his own Favourite, and advances himself not only above his Merit, but all Mankind ; is both Damon and Pythias to his own dear Self, and values his Crony above his Soul. He gives Place to no Man but himself, and that with very great Distance to all others, whom he esteems not wor- thy to approach him. He believes whatsoever he has, receives a Value in being his ; as a Horse in a Nobleman's Stable will bear a greater Price than in a common Market. He is so proud, that he is as hard to be acquainted with himself as with ethers ; for he is very apt to forget who he is, and knows himself only superficially; therefore he treats himself civilly as a Stranger with Cere- mony and Compliment, but admits of no Pri- vacy. He strives to look bigger than himself, as well as others, and is no better than his own Pa- rasite and Flatterer. A little Flood will make a shallow Torrent swell above its Banks, and rage and foam, and yield a roaring Noise, while a deep silent Stream glides quietly on. So a vain glorious insolent proud Man swells with a little rail Prosperity, grows big and loud, and over- flows his Bounds, and when he finks, leaves Mud and Dirt behind him. His Carriage is as glorious and haughty, as if he were advanced upon Men's Shoulders, or tumbled over their Heads like KNIPPERDOLLING. He fancies himself a Co- lette, and so he is, for his Head holds no Propor- tion to his Body, and his Foundation is lesser than his upper Stories. We can naturally take no View of ourselves, unless we look downwards, to teach us how humble Admirers we ought to be of our own Values. The slighter and less solid his Materials are, the more Room they take up, and make him swell the bigger; as Feathers and Cotton will stuff Cushions better than Things of of more close and solid Parts. FIDELIA's Reply to the Gentleman's Litter from Worcester, to a Lady at Tewksbury, in our last. LET a Youth | of this Nation, Of a spotless Reputation, And liberal Education, Devoid of Ostentation, And that hateful odd Fashion Of false Equivocation, ( Which gives Virgins Vexation) Make a lawful Probation, By a wife Application, To know my Inclination, By a full Demonstration Of his noble good Passion. And if he'll make no Contention About my Dowry, or Pension ; If he's true to Religion, And above low Ambition, Then, by Hymen's Permission, I'll change my Condition; Through such a brave Indication, And his charming Persuasion, I'll without Hesitation Make a quick Preparation, To accept his Invitation To become his Relation, By altering my Station, For my own Preservation From future Temptation: And without Recantation, I'll be bound in Obligation, To commit no Devastation, But adorn his Habitation, By a chaste Conversation, In my Day, and Generation, ' Till Death makes a Seperation. R. Particulars of the Life, and melancholy Death of Miss KNOX. Taken from the Examination before a Magistrate. MISS Knox was the only Daughter of Mr. Andrew Knox, of the County of Derry, in Ireland, a Gentleman of large Fortune, and . Member of the last and present Parliament there. Mr. M'Naton, of an antient Family in the Neigh- bourhood, and Fortune not inconsiderable in that Country, conceived a Passion for her that nothing but Death or Possession could satisfy. Tho' his Fortune was net equal to what the Lady might have expected from her own Merit, as well as from her Father's Circumstances, yet Mr. M'Na- ton's Application to have her in Marriage, had probably been well received, but for his incura- ble Attachment to excessive Gaming ; Mr. Knox, other wise, might have been prevailed on to con- sent, as the young Gentleman ( this fatal Passion for Play excepted) was then, tho' very bad since, not only without Objection, but more than ordi- nary agreeable to his Acquaintance, of every Rank and Condition. His Proposal was absolutely rejected; and, on his still continuing to address [ Price TWO- PENCE HALFPENNY.] ADVERTISEMENTS for this Paper are taken in at the Printing- Office in Stall- Street, at 3s. 6d. each Time, if short longer Ones in Proportion. —— The BATH CHRONICLE and WEEKLY GAZETTE is circulated in London, Bristol, Plymouth, Exeter, Tiverton, Taunton, Bridgewater, Wells, Shepton- Mallet, Bruton, Frome, Gloucester, Cirencester, Tetbury, Malmsbury, Worton- under- edge, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Hereford, Worcester, Kidderminster, Bewdley, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, Coventry, Warwick, Oxford, Abingdon, Hungerford Newbury, Reading, Salisbury, Heitsbury, Warminster, Westbury, Lavington, Bradford, Trowbridge, Melksham, Denizes, Corsham, Chippenham, Calne, Marlborough, Dorchester, Blandford, Shaftbury, Pool, Weymouth, Sherborne, & c. & c. at the Post- Offices of most of which Places, Advertisements tor this Paper, and Orders for all Manner of Printing, are taken in; as likewise by the Newsmen.------- No Letters received, unless POST- PAID.—— At the Printing- Office aforesaid may be had, all Sorts of PATENT MEDICINES, & c. [ 37 ] POPE's [ VOL . II. ] Printed and publish'd by CORNELIUS POPE, at his Office in STALL- STREET : Where PRINTING in all its Branches is perform'd on the most reasonable Terms, and in the neatest Manner. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1761. Accounts have been received, that 15 Regiments are actually embarked at Brest. Greater Naval Preparations are making than any this War. We hear that Sir Piercy Brett, with a Squa- dron of Men of War, will fail in a few Days to reinforce Sir Charles Saunders at Gibraltar.- Yesterday Commodore Moore hoisted his Broad Pendant on beard his Majesty's Ship Prince, in the Downs. Transports are taking up for the Govern- ment's Service ; some of which are to be fitted for Horses. Several more Men of War are ordered to Belle- isle, the Bay, & c. Henry Townshend, Esq. is chosen Member of Parliament for Eye in Suffolk, in the Room of Capt. Curnwallis, deceased.— Capt. Barry, for Wycomb, in the Room of the Earl of Shelburn, now a Peer.— Lord Pollington, for Shoreham. in the Room of Sir William Peter Williams, Bart, kill'd at Belleisle— And Thomas Sewell, Esq. for Winchelsea. The Earl of Thomand is re- elected Member of Parliament for Minehead in Somersetshire. Mr. Ramsay is appointed Painter to his Ma- jesty. Yesterday several Lords and Ladies of the first Distinction went to the House of Commons to hear the Debates. Yesterday an additional Duty of 6d. per Gal- lon was laid on all Angle Brandy, and is. on double Brandy, imported. We hear there will be no State Lottery next Last Night undrawn Tickets were sold at Jona- than's Coffee- house for 15 Guineas, and a 20l. Prize at 13l. 9s. Yesterday 75,000 Guineas of his present Ma- jefty's Coin, were delivered at the Mint. The Citizens of Dublin judging it incumbent on the City to give some public Testimony of their Esteem for all distinguished loyal and pa- triot Characters, long used their, utmost Means to procure the Patriot Minister the Freedom of that Metropolis, before they could induce the ruling Part of the City to consent. They waited long impatiently for an Address of Condolance with their Fellow Subjects, upon the Resignation of that most worthy Minister, and of Thanks to him for the happy Fruits of his Administration. Judg- it dishonourable to let such an interesting Event pass over in Silence, an Advertisement was pub- lished to invite the Citizens to consider of such an Address, accordingly one was agreed upon, and signed by several hundred Merchants, Traders, and other Citizens. Mr. Robert Shedwick, the Cobler of St. James's- Street, who went down to the City of Durham to vote for Major Gowland, died there after a few Days Illness. His Pall was supported by six Noblemen and Gentlemen.--- The Contest at this Election is so warm, and Votes so valua- ble, that a Foot Soldier was this Week sent for from Plymouth, to give his Vote there. It was this Day reported, that two Russian Men of War having run foul of each other, the second Day after refreshing their Fleet at Dant- zick, owing to a very thick Fog which arose in the Night, they both received so much Damage, that they sunk, and it is said every Soul on board perished. Tuesday Evening the Flying Highwayman was pursued, for near five Miles, on Honslow Heath, by two Gentlemen and their Servants ; but he out- rid them all, and escaped.— The Reason of his being called the Flying Highwayman, is ow- ing to the Swiftness and Agility of his Horse, which leaps over all the Turnpikes. The 30th Instant is fixed for a Trial of Skill between the original Carrot's two Sons, George Banester and Joseph Banester, for 25 Pounds a Side, against William Stevens the Nailer, and Charles Stevens his Brother, who are to fight in Duke's- Square, near Tothil- fields, Westminster. Year. 38 HUSBAND. TAKE unto thyself a Wise, and obey the Ordinance of God; take unto thyself a Wife, and become a faithful Member of Society. But examine with Care, and fix not suddenly ; on thy present Choice depends thy future Hap- piness. If much of her Time is destroyed in Dress and Adornments; if she is enamour'd with her own Beauty, and delighteth with her own Praise ; if she laugheth much, and talketh loud; if her Foot abideth not in her Father's House, and her Eyes with Boldness rove on the Faces of Men ; though her Beauty were as the Sun in the Firma- ment of Heaven, turn thy Face from her Charms, turn thy Feet from her Paths, and suffer not thy Soul to- be ensnared by the Allurements of Ima- gination. But when thou findest Sensibility of Heart, join'd with Softness of Manners; an accomplished Mind, with a Form agreeable to thy Fancy ; take her Home to thy House, she is worthy to be thy Friend, thy Companion in Life, the Wife of thy Bosom. O che ri s h her as a Blessing sent thee from Hea- ven ; let the Kindness of thy Behaviour endear thee to her Heart. She is the Mistress of thy House; treat her therefore with Respect, that thy Servants may obey her. Oppose not her Inclination without Cause ; she is the Partner of thy Cares, make her also the Companion of thy Pleasures. Reprove her Faults with Gentleness, exact not her Obedience with Rigour. Trust thy Secrets in her Bread, her Counsels are sincere, thou shalt not be deceived. Be faithful to her Bed; for she is the Mother of thy Children. When Pain and Sickness assault her let thy Tenderness sooth her Affliction; a Look from thee of Pity and Love, shall alleviate her Grief, or mitigate her Pain ; and be of more Avail than ten Physicians. Consider the Tenderness of her Sex, the Deli- cacy of her Frame; and be not severe to her Weakness, but remember thine own Imperfections. The FOND NYMPH. KIND Disturber of my Rest ! Closer, closer, still he prest ; In these Arms, my lovely Boy, Give me, give me farther Joy. Why would'st hasten thus away, Prithee, prithee, longer stay ; Why so willing to be gone, Why would'st leave me here alone ? Phoebus doth not yet arise, But in Thetis' Arms still lies ; Why should'st thou less tender prove To my Passion, to my Love ? Time admits of no Delay, Let's enjoy it while me may. At the Request of several Ladies eminent for their Oeconomy, This Day is Published, Price ONE SHILLING, Neatly bound, with Cases for Notes and Letters, and adorned with a curious Print of her most gracious Majesty, Queen CHARLOTTE, And a Lady dressed in the present Fashion, THE Ladies complete Pocket- book For the Year of our Lord i 762. CONTAINING, 1. A N Account of the several Feasts, Fasts, and Holidays throughout the Year. 2, Amethodical Memorandum- book, for keep- ing a regular Account, with great Ease and Pro- priety of all Monies received, paid, lent, or ex- pended; and of all Appointments, Engagements, Visits, paid or receiv'd ; and a separate Column for occasional Memorandums, & c. 3. Some necessary Observations on Exercise, Temperance, and Diet. 4. Some useful Receipts in Confectionary, and other Arts, necessary for the Fair Sex. 5. The Manner of Dressing in the Year 1761, with, some Directions relating thereto. By a Lady of Fashion. 6. The favourite NewSongs sung at Vauxhall- Gardens, Ranelagh - House, and other polite Concerts. 7. An Address to the Ladies of Great- Britain o11 the Subject of Gaming; with a Tale adapted thereto, intitled, Piquet, or Virtue sacrificed. 8. An Account of the House of Mecklen- burgh, from which her prefect Majesty is de- scended. To which c added, a List of her Ma- Jety's Houshold. 9. Twenty- four Country Dances, for the Year 1762; Tables of Stocks and transferable Annul- ties; Marketing Tables ; Table of Expences and Wages, & c. . *** Printed for J. NEWBERY, in St. Paul. Church- Yard, London : And sold by J. Leake, and W. Frederick, in Bath ; J. Palmer, and T Cadell, in Bristol. POPE'S Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette. To be Lett, by the YEAR, ( UNFURNISH'D) At JOHN LLOYD'S, Grocer, At the Green- Canister in Stall- Street, BATH, A First, Second, and Third Floor, three Garrets, a Kitchen, Brew- House, and Plenty of soft Water. N. B, The above will be Lett together, or in separate Apartments. FOY, Surgeon- Dentist, WHO attended last Season in this City, and perform'd every Operation on the Teeth and Gums, with surprizing Success and universal Applause, begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, & c. that he is now at Mr. BRETT'S, op- polite the late Mrs. Emblyn's Boarding- School in St. James's- Street. && He cleanses the Teeth and Gums of all Scorbutic Humours which always attend them when foul, and brings the Gums to fill up the proper Places and Channels, which the Scurvy eats away, bringing them again into their proper Frame of Nature, and causes a sweet and pleasant Breath immediately after the Operation.------- He makes the Teeth as beautiful and white as the whitest Ivory : He also fastens those that are loose, which the Unskilful commonly draw out; and dissipates painful rotten Stumps of Teeth, or such as are broke in the Gums, and are not in the least perceivable, in a Method preferable to that of of any Man in the Kingdom, without fastening any Kind of Instrument, as several of the Nobi- lity and Gentry here, and in other Parts of Eng- land, have experienced.— He makes and fastens Artificial Teeth, from One to a whole Set, which cannot possibly be distinguished from Natural. He attends on the shortest Notice ; and desires nothing for his Attendance, if he does not suc- ceed beyond Expectation, even in the Presence of any Physician, without the least Degree of Pain. His Dentifrice for the Teeth, and Opiates for the Gums, with proper Tooth- Brushes, and Di- rections, are to be had only at his Lodging, as above. *** Mr. FOY returns to his House near the Red- Lodge, Bristol, every Saturday; where he gives his Attendance ' till the Monday following, and then comes to Bath. BATH. This is to acquaint the Curious, That there is come to this City, at the GEORGE- INN, near the CROSS- BATH, A WONDERFUL MAN ; A Wonderful Man indeed ! That is born with a Double Voice as soon as one Voice speaks, the other answers in the some Breath. He pleases the Curious, and astonishes the Wife. His Performances are next to Impos- sibilities, and the Satisfaction they give universal. The ROYAL FAMILY, Royal Society, and se- veral of the Nobility, have honoured, him with their Company. He has likewise been heard before learned Di- vines and eminent Physicians; and has been al- lowed by all to be a Miracle. The Price is One Shilling for each Person.-- He will wait on Ladies or Gentlemen at their own Houses or Lodgings, if desir'd. N. B. This is the Person who had the Honour to perform at Marvel- Hall, by Vauxhall, before . the Royal Family, twice in one Week ; and had likewise the Honour to be sent for to Court. All that in Miracles rejoice, Come and hear this Change of Voice, And to this little Fairy haste, Who will not fail to please your Taste. DR. ROBERT WALKER'S Patent Genuine JESUITS DROPS, or ELIXIR of HEALTH and LONG LIFE. ( In Bot- tles only of 2s. 6d. and 5s.) ----- The great Success and Demand that is daily made for my never- failing genuine JESVITS DROPS, which are the most certain, cheap, pleasant, safe, effectual and im- mediate Cure, ever discover'd for Gleets tend Seminal Weaknesses, tho' ever so obstinate, of ever so long standing, and by whatever Means occasion'd, and also for the Venereal Disease, from its slightest to its most malignant Symptoms, has occasion d some Persons to endeavour to imitate the same, and public Medicines pretending to some of the like Virtues. His Majesty that I should reap the sole Advantage of my said va- luable Invention, and that the Public should receive the Benefit of the same genuine, was most graciously pleas'd on the 29th of November, 1755, to grant me his Royal Letters Patent, for England and the Planta- tions in America: And, on repeated Representations of the great and surprising Cures daily perform'd by my said JesuitsDrops, has been since also graciously pleased, that his Subjects in his Kingdoms of Scotland and Ire- and should also have the said Medicine genuine, and for preventing them from being imposed upon with spu- rious Medicines, falsely pretending to the same Virtues, to the Prejudice of their Healths and Constitutions, as well as endangering their Lives, to grant me his Royal Letters Patent for those Kingdoms. My said Patent genuine Jesuits Drops have no Mercurials in their Composition, and neither purge or vomit, but carry the Disorders clean off by Urine ( the Dose only 15 Drops in Wine, Water, or on Sugar) and is an excellent Remedy for Travellers, and Persons going to Sea, as to be taken so secret, that even a Bed- fellow cannot make Discovery, and at any Time, in any Season or Climate, ( keeping their full Virtues ten Tears) without Alteration in Diet, and eradicates Root and Branch all the poisonous Symptoms of those loathsome Distempers, and absolutely answer all the Ends that can be expected by Salivation, and were never known to miss of curing after Salivation had fail'd. *** I am to be consulted gratis at my Warehouse and Persons of either Sex may, on personal Application, depend on the strictest Honour and Secresy, and re- ceiving a certain Cure, with a mild Medicine, with- out their Constitutions being torn to Pieces with rough Mercurials. And I give gratis, seal'd up with each Bottle, a fruited Treatise on Gleets, Weaknesses, and tie Venereal Disorder, by which Persons of both Sexes may cure themselves, with the greatest Secresy, and know if the Disorder be of a mild or malignant Na- ture. Veritas prevaleat. R. WALKER, M. D. To be had at the Patentee's Warehouse, the Bible and Crown, the upper End of Fleet- Lane, opposite the Sessions House Gate, Old Bailey, London; of Mr. Brown, in Christmas- Street, Bristol; of C. Pope, and Comp, at their Office, in Stall- Street, Bath; and of the Distributors of this Paper. At the Printing- Office in Stall- Street may be had, The famous new- invented Blacking- Ball for SHOES : Price 2s. the large, and 6d. the small. To be Sold, By Elizabeth Chancellor, From her LACE WARE- HOUSE in DUKE- STREET, St. James's, LONDON, ( The IMPORTER from ABROAD) Now at the Printing- Office in Stall- Street, BATH, ALL Sorts of Brussels Point, and Brussels Lap- pet Heads, from six Guineas a Pair to fifty or a hundred ; with Minuenet Lappets, Mechlin Lace, and great Choice of point, Brussels, and Bath Lace ; also great Choice of the newel Fashion Minuenet Lace and Devonshire Lace, together with Minuenet for Caps, Ruffles and Aprons ; likewise all other Sorts of Lace. Work'd Ruf- fles for Gentlemen, from half a Guinea to two Guineas a Pair ; likewise Brussels, Mechlin, and Point Ruffles, quite compleat for Gentlemen, from two to sixteen Guineas. Mechlin Lace Ruffles for Gentlemen at one Guinea a Pair. N. B. I am the Maker of Bath and Bucking- hamshire Laces, of which Ladies may have any Pattern made in a very short Time ; and I also make Minuenet Laces, and have new Patterns every Month at my Warehouse. *** I beg Leave to acquaint the Gentlemen and Ladies at Bath, that they may, by directing a Line as above, be waited Oil at their own Houses on the shortest Notice. I am well provided with a great Choice of new Fashion Laces, Points, Mechlins, & c. and, as an Encouragement to my Friends, I purport: sel- ling Needle- point Lace as cheap as corded Mech- lins. All Sorts of long and short TrolIy Hoods, Minuenet and Trolly- Fissue Handkerchiefs, dou- ble and single, from half a Guinea to six Guineas. Just come from Abroad, fine Fissue Handker- chiefs, all Point, from twenty- five Guineas to forty Guineas; fine Fiffue ditto, all Brussels, from fifteen Guineas to twenty- five Guineas, in the newest Fashion.— Likewise great Choice of Meck- lenburgh Point Lace. All the above Articles will be fold here on the same Terms as at my Warehouse in London. My Stay in Town will be but short. OCTOBER. 3, 1761. At the ORIGINAL INSURANCE- OFFICE, At BREWTON, in the County of Somerset, Lately open'd by Messrs. Whitehead, Dampier, and Others, ANY Person liable to serve in the MILITIA is the said County, at the next or any fu- ture Balloting that shall happen in the Space of Three Years from the Date hereof, may be in demnified therefrom by paying Ten Shillings and Six- pence into the Hands of the said Comp. who hereby promise to provide a fit Substitute, or pay the Fine for them. N. B. For the Convenience of those who live at too great a Distance to apply to the said Office at BREWTON, any Person may be insured by ap- plying to Mr. Samuel Strange, or Mr. Tho- mas Beech, at the Angel- Inn, in Bath; Mr. John Starke, at the Globe in Newton ; Mr. Tho- mas Crow, at the Lamb, or Mr. John Baber, at the Crown, in Keynsham; Mr. John Hole- brooke, in Bedminster; Mr. Tho. Whitehead, Clothier, Mr. Jonathan Chandler, School- mas- ter, or Mr. Hancock, in Frome ; Mr. Sabatier, at the George in Shepton- mallet ; or Mr. Mat- thew Thomas, in Evercreech. Proper Agents are appointed in all the princi pal Towns in the Western Part of the County. Any Persons proper to serve as Substitutes, who will apply as aforesaid, shall have all proper Encouragement, and their Names registered, that due Preference may be given to such as apply first, [ VOL. COLDS caught at this Season, lay the Foundation for the worst Disorders. The following Medicine cures them, and prevents the Danger, often by a single Dose. Peroral Balsam of Honey, A new- discovered Remedy for Coughs and Corsump- Hons, all Phthisicky Complaints, Asthmas, and tough Phlegm, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, and Stuffings- up of the Lungs. The Author of the Pamphlet on the Virtues of Honey, has found its fragrant Balsam may be se- parated from the grosser Parts; and is then a molt perfect Dissolvent for all the other Balsams. The Greeks knew this, and he has endeavoured to re- store the Practice. This Medicine will be a last- ing Proof of its Utility: A Tea- spoonful contains the Virtue of two Ounces of Honey, and never disa- grees with any Constitution; it converts a Glass of Water into the Nature and Quality of Asses Milk, with this balsamic Addition; it takes off the Hectic which attends a Consumption, recruits the Strength, allays the Cough, and heals and preserves the Lungs. If it be in the Power of Medicine to slop the Ravage of that cruel Disease which cuts off such Numbers of our Youth, this balsam will effect it. It is sold by Mr. Leake, Bookseller, in BATH ; Mr. Baldwin, and Mr. Jackson, in London ; and Mr. Brown, in Bristol : In Bottles of 3s. each, sealed and signed by the Author. Where may be had, 1. VALERIAN, Genuine Tincture of the TRUE ROOT.------ It is excellent beyond Parallel in all Nervous Disorders, Lowness of Spirits, Head- achs, Tremblings, vain Fears, and Wanderings of the Mind; in Convulsions, Hysteric Fits, Hypochon- driacal Complaints, and the Epilepsy. It prevents Sickness at the Stomach ; and takes off entirely that Sense of Fulness and Swelling of the Flesh in damp Weather, which so greatly affect Persons of lax Fibres. It gives a serene Cheerfulness of Disposition in the Place of those careless Horrors which so dreadfully op- press People who have weak Nerves.— Providence seems to have given the Plant in a peculiar Manner to England, where these Disorders are most common, A Medicine not only for the Body, but the Mind. Sold in Pint Bottles at 10s. 6d. the Smaller 5s. and 2s. 6d. each. 2. For the Certain CURE of the Scurvy, Essence of WATER- DOCK. There is no Question but this Plant will cure the most inveterate Scurvy: The Ancients ail affirm it, and the Cures daily now performed by the Essence prove their Truth. It not only Hears the Skin of Eruptions, but mends the whole Constitution. Scorbutic Persons are subject to have bad Stomachs, and to be miserably low- spirited at Times ; and many have these Com- plaints, not knowing the Scurvy is the Cause : This Medicine takes off the Faintness, creates an Appetite and good Digestion immediately, when that Distemper in their Blood is the- Cause ; and gradually cleans the Skin, and prevents future Eruptions. The Afflicted may depend on these Effects. Price 3s. the Bottle, with Directions. 3. For die Gout and Rheumatism, ELIXIR of BARDANA.--- The Numbers who have found Relief from this Medi- cine prove that it has at leaf answered the Expecta- tion with which it was made public ; and fresh In- slances of its good Effects daily shew, that the Author is so happy as to have been of some Benefit to Man- kind. To prevent the Returns of the Gout has been found impossible; but to relieve those who suffer, it if in our Power; to reduce the Number, and shorten the Continuance of the Fits; and to alleviate the Paint of them : So much will be effected by this Medicine. And this is as much as a considerate Person would de- fire: In the Rheumatism, it is a certain and absolute Cure; and the Disease never returns. The Dose is a Tea- spoonful in a Wine Glass of Water, Night and Morning. Its Operation is by insensible Perspiration, and slightly by Urine.------ Price 3s. the Bottle, with Directions. 4. Essential Tincture of Golden Rod, The most successful Medicine now used for the GRA- VEL and STONE.— Each Bottle remaining about 16 Doses; and is an effectual, safe, and pleasant Re- medy in all Degrees of those Complaints.— Price 4s. the Bottle, with Directions. ' THE True Original Jesuits Drops, made by R. ROCK, Licentiate in Medicine and Chemist, of 45 Years Practice, for the Cure of Gleets and Seminal Weaknesses in both Sexes, however contracted: Also for curing all Venereal Complaints, whether recent or of long Standing, ( used according to a Book of full and plain Instructions given with each Bottle) as Ulcers in any Part of the Body, par- ticularly the Mouth and Threat, fistulous Ulcers in Ano, Fistulas, Venereal Eruptions in any Part, & c. Pains by Day or Night; also Scurvy, Rheumatism, Hysterick and Hypochondriac Disorders. The most pleasant, safe, effectual, and cheap Medicine ever in- vented ; that will retain its Efficacy many Years in any Climate, and therefore the fittest Medicine that can be bought by Persons going Journies or Voyages by Land or Sea. They are sold by the Doctor at his Patent Ware- house on Ludgate- hill, London, in Bottles of 2s. and 4S. each.— Allowance to Merchants, Sea- captains, Country- dealers, or others taking a Quantity. Sold also by Mr. Gibbons, Grocer, in the Mar- ket- place, Bath ; Mr. Gould, Chandler, in Wells; Mr. Burrough, Bookseller, in the Devizes; Mr. Blackman, Bookseller, in Reading; Mr. Crouch, Bookseller, at Marlborough ; and Mr. Wimpey, Bookseller, at Newbury. II. ] POPE'S Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette. JOHN BRYANT, Upholder and Cabinet- Maker, REMOV'D to the Upper End of the Market- Place, Bath, Performs all MANNER of Upholstery and Cabinet Work, And sells the various Articles belonging thereto, at the very lowest PRICES. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of all Kinds ! it to Hire, in separate Articles. SEDAN CHAIRS made, mended, and lett to Hire. By VIRTUE of His Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, The following Medicines are Sold at Mr. New- bery's Ware- House, the Bible and Sun in St. Paul's Church- Yard, opposite the North Door of the Church, London ; by C. pe and Co. at the Printing- Office in Stall- Street; Messrs. Leake and Frederick, Booksellers; Mr. Lambe, Grocer ; and Mr. Duperr, Perfumer, in Bath ; and by Mr. Cadell,. Mr. Brown, Mr. Palmer, and Mr. Ward, Booksellers, in Bristol : DR. James's Powder for Fevers, and other Inflammatory Distempers, which is a very safe and pleasant Medicine to take, will re- move ( as has been experienced in many Thousand Cases) any continual acute Fever in a few Hours, though attended with Convulsions, Lightheadedness, end the worst Symptoms: But, if taken in the Begin- ning of a Fever, one Dose is generally sufficient to perform a Cure. It is likewise a most effectual Re- medy for all internal Inflammations, Pleurisies, Quin- sies, acute Rheumatisms, and the Lowness of Spirits and Uneasinesses proceeding from flow and latent Fe- vers, which are generally mistaken for Vapours and Hystericks. It is extremely effectual in the Small- Fox, Measles, and St. Anthony's Fire, and a single Dose remarkably slops the Progress of a Cold, and cer- tainly prevents the ill Consequences arising from that very common Disorder, the Source of almost all Dis- tempers.— Price 2s. 6d. the Paper, containing four Doses. Dr. John Hooper's Female Pills, Unversally esteemed the best Remedy against those ge- neral Complaints which the Fair Sex are subject to ; they cleanse, purify, and cause a free Circulation of the Bloo'd, and remove all Obstructions ; whereby Health is recovered, and the Patient who looked like Death, restored to a lively Complexion.—— Price 1s. the Box. Mr. Greenough's Tincture for the TEETH, well known for its Excellence in cleansing, whitening, fastening, and preserving the Teeth, and curing the Scurvy in the Gums. — Price 1s. the Bottle. The Stomachic Lozenges, which are the pleasantest and most effectual Remedy yet discovered for Disorders of the Stomach and Bowels. They cure the Cholic, and all fixed Pains of the Stomach, Indi- gestion,' Wind, cold Phlegm, and Want of Appetite ; And immediately relieve the Heart- burn, and sour Risings, and prevent the ill Effects of hard Drinking, especially ally of bad Wine, four Punch, stale Beer, & c-— Price 1s. 6d. the Box. The Pectoral Lozenges of TOLU, Being a pleasant and most effectual Remedy, for all tickling Coughs, Catarrhs, fore Threats, Hoarsenesses, and Defluxions on the Lungs ; for they sheath the Acri-. mony of the Humours, heal the Rawness and Soreness of the Breast, and promote Expectoration. -— Price 1s. the Box. Dr. Robert Eaton's Styptick, which is a sovereign Remedy in all inward Bleedings, Vomit- ings, and Spitting of Blood, or Bleeding at the Nose, & c.— Price 2s. 6d. the Bottle, or a smaller Sort at 1s. 6d.------- [ See a Character of this Medicine in Dr. Cheyne's Book, entitled, The Natural Method of curing the Diseases of the Body and Mind.] The BALSAM of HEALTH, Or, ( as it is by some Persons called) the BALSAM of LIFE, which being a Composition of the finest natural Balsams and balsamic Herbs, is the most admirable Vulhèraryin Nature, curing all fresh Wounds at once or twice dressing, and is a most excellent Remedy in Chronic Disorders, viz. the Rheumatism, Gout, Asthma, Wind Cholic, Gravel or Stone in the Kidneys, and all inward Decays and Weaknesses.— Price 1s. 6d. the Bottle. The Proprietor of this Balsam having fully established his Property ( as may be seen by the Pro- ceedings concerning it in the High Court of Chancery) now offers it to the Public at 1s. 6d. the Bottle, tho' that which is called the Balsam of Life is sold for 3s. 6d. *** As Counterfeits of the above Medicines are hawked about the Country, the Public are desired to be particularly cartful to apply for them to Mr. New- bery, at the Bible and Sun in St. Paul's Church- Yard, opposite the North Door of the Church, or to those who are impowered to fell them in different Parts of Great- Britain, Ireland, and the Colonies Abroad, under his Hand and Seal. ALSO, The famous Cordial Cephalic Snuff, Price 6d. each Paper. Curious Issue Plaisters, to stick with- out Filleting, at 1s. the Box. London, Bath, and Bristol FLYING- WAGGONS. ( By Way of the DEVIZES) SET out from Gerrard's- Hall, Basing- Lane, and the King's- Arms, Holbourn - Bridge, London, every Sunday and Wednesday Evening; arrive at Bath every Wednesday and Saturday Morning early, ( lying but one Night on the Road) and go to Bristol the same Day. Set out from Bristol every Saturday and Wednesday Noon, and from Bath every Sunday and Wednesday Even- ing ; arrive in London the ensuing Wednesday and Saturday Mornings early. There are also Waggons set out on the other Days of the Week, from the same Inns in Lon- don, and from Peter's- Pump at Bristol, ( thro' Bath and Devizes) which lie three Nights on the Road: By which Means, Gentlemen, Tradesmen, and others, have more frequent Opportunities of being served in the Carriage of large Quantities of Goods, to and from London, Devizes, Bath, Bristol, Shepton- Mallet, Wells, and Places ad- jacent, together with most of the principal Towns, in the West.— Goods are likewise forwarded to and from all the principal Towns in South- Wales. For further Particulars, apply to Benjamin Burnley, at Gerrard's- Hall Inn in Basing- Lane, and Jacob Watts, at the King's- Arms, Hol- bourn- Bridge, London ; at our Ware- house in Bath ; and in Bristol to Mr. Richard Giles, at the Lamb- Inn, near Lawford's- Gate, or on the Exchange ; also to Frederick White, at the Ware- house in St. Peter- Street, or to their Compter op- posite the Pump in the said Street. For the better Conveniency of the Public, these Waggons take up and put down Goods and Pas- sengers at the New Wite- Horse Cellar, and Black and White Bears in Piccadilly. The whole perform'd with the greatest Punc- tuality and Dispatch, on the lowest Terms, by the Public's much obliged and most obedient humble Servants, LIONEL LEE, RICHARD GILES, THOMAS KING, JAMES BULL. Sunday ' s and Monday ' s POSTS. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Germany . HAMBURGH, Dec. 4. THE Advices we had received from Pomerauin, of General Romanzow's Retreat, are now contradicted; and we are assured, that the Russians made themselves Masters, on the 5th past, of a small Fort called Munde, situated at a Quarter of a German Mile from Colberg, at the Entrance, of the River Persante, the Lose of which cuts off all Communication by Water be- tween Stettin and Colberg. The Prince of Wurtemberg has passed the River Rega, and has repulsed a Russian Corps commanded by Gen. Berek as far as Lepin. From Berlin we learn, that the Inhabitants have been under very great Apprehensions at the Ap- pearance of an Austrian Corps under General Lasci, at about seven German Miles from that Capital ; but Prince Henry having detached Ge- neral Bandemer in Pursuit of the Enemy, it was hoped' they would again pass the Elbe. The King of Prussia was still; the 27th of last Month, at Strehlen. COLOGNE, Dec. 4. This Day the Elector of Cologn honoured Count Blankenheim with a Visit, and dined there. His Electoral Highness was re- ceived, by the Commandant and Garrison of this Town, with all the Ceremonies and Honours that are doe to an Elector of the Empire. Much about the same Time arrived here the Prince of Soubise from Dusseldorf, who also dined at Count Blanken- heim's After Dinner the Elector returned to Bon ; and the Prince of Soubise continued his Jour- ney to Versailles. LIEGE, Dec. 6. The Prince of Soubise arrived her incognito this Morning . He alighted at Count d'Andlau's, the French Commandant in this City, where he breakfasted, and then set out for Versailles. We expect To morrow the Regiment of Royal Bavaria from Ostend : They are destined to rein- force the Garrison of Wesel, which at present- eon- sists only of five Battalions. London. ADMIRALTY- OFFICE, Dec. 12. Capt. Man, of his Majesty's Ship the Milford, is arrived in King road, and has brought in with him the Loven Snow of Lancaster, which was bound from Corke to Barbadoes, and taken by the Diana, a French Privateer of 26 Guns, but retaken by the Milford [ Thus far the Gazette.] Frigate is highly Warned for not supporting the Honour of the King's Flag, by opposing this Act of Violence with open Force, as Dutch Captains have done more than once i11 this War. It is said that another is already named to have the Command of the Frigate. All our Officers, who have served this Summer as Volunteers in foreign Armies are ordered to join their Regiments at the End of the Campaign Portugal. LISBON, Nov. 4. Yesterday Mr. Haye, the British Minister, gave an elegant and magnificent Entertainment, on Occasion of the King his Mas- ter's Coronation ; at which were present all the great Officers of State, and principal Nobility, and most of the foreign Ambassadors and Mi- nisters. Shocks of Earthquakes continue to be felt from Time to Time, which, though flight, occa- sion no small Terror, as they shew that the Causes which produced the Earthquake of the 1ft of November still subsist. Germany. VIENNA, Nov. 25. It is said the Congress at Augsbourg will be opened 0n the 28th of Janu- ary next. HANOVER, Dec. 1. Prince Ferdinand hath had a Return of his Fever, which hath obliged him to keep his Chamber for ten or twelve Days at his Head- Quarters at Eimbeck; but at present he is pretty well: recovered. He waits only for the Dislocation of Marshal Broglio's Army, to put his Troops into Winter- Quarters. France. PARIS, Nov. 30. The French Squadron being completely victualled, by the Arrival of five Spa- nish Ships with Provisions, will soon put to Sea in three Divisions. The first will consist of the Ships the Due de Burgoyne, the Defenseur, and the Zephir. The Viscount de Belsunce is on board the first of thosé Ships, and the Regiment of Feix on board the others. The Hector ( on board of which is the Chevalier de St. Croix, who defended Belleisle) with the Prothee, the Diligentes, and the Opalle, form the second Division, 0n board of which the Regiment of Quercy is embarked. The Regiment of Boulonnois is on board the Diademe, the Dragon, the Brillant, and the Ca- lypso, which compose the third- Division. The Count de la Tour d' Auvergne, Brigadier Gene- ral, is on board the Diadene. They write from Dijon, that on the 12th of November, about Five in the Mowing, a Cloud was formed round the Moon of about 50 Feet in Circumference, from whence. issued such a large Body of brisk Fire; that most of the Spectators, unable to stand the Glare of it, fell down with their Faces to the Ground. This Phenomen on lasted some Minutes, It was followed by a Noise like that of several Battering Cannon discharged at once. And the Commotion of the Air w « s so great, that the Doors and Windows of all the Houses trembled. Holland. HAGUE, Dec. 8. There are no fresh Accounts from Pomerania, or Silesia, or Saxony, The Armies in Westphalia are preparing to go into their Winter- Quarters. However, some think that these Disposions are only a Feint. Mean While the French Tents are so much worn, that they will not hold together to be put up for a Fortnight longer. The French heavy Cannon is to be lent to Francfort. Some Accounts say, that Marshal Broglio will stay in Germany during the Winter. The Marquis of Granby and Lord George Le- nox are hourly expected from the Allied . Army, in their Way to England. During the Marquis's Absence, the Command of the British Troops de- volves on General Conway, whose Lady, who has resided here several Months, is just set out to at- tend him. Arriv'd the Mails from HOLLAND and FLANDERS. Denmark. COPENHAGEN, Dec. 1. The Court heard, with great Indignation, that one of our Merchant Ships, homeward- bound from Smyrna, under the Convoy of the Moen Frigate, had, in Violation of the Treaty of 1670, between Denmark and Eng land, been detained in the Mediterranean by an English Man of War, under Pretence that she had Goods on board for the Account of French Merchants at Marsailles. The Captain, of the London, December 12. Thursday an Express arrived at the Admiralty, with an Account, that the Brest Squadron, con- fisting of eight Ships of the Line and four Fri- gates, had got out of Brest, and were lying at Anchor in Conquet Road, under the Protection of their Fort, which is of thirty- six Guns, forty- two Pounders, and that they were closely watched by ten Ships and two Frigates of our Squadron, under the Command of Commodore Keppel. This Fort lies, on the North Side of the Entrance into Brest Harbour, where are several other strong Forts thereabouts. Some Letters from Barcelona, dated the 22d of November, from Merchants of Reputation, as- sure, that the Reports about a Spanish War are without Foundation, there being no more Prepa- rations making, than usual in Time of the profoun- dest Peace, in the Province of Catalonia; and that the Spaniards of all Ranks there wish to pre- serve a good Harmony and Understanding with the English Nation. It is said a Sloop has been dispatched to the West- Indies express, on Affairs of the greatest Importance. Amidst the mighty Threats of Vengeance de- nounced against this Kingdom, at present, by the French, and the vast Preparations making ( as they say) for invading us; it cannot but give 39 every Englishman Pleasure to know the Answer returned by a great Patriot, to a certain foreign Minister on an Inuendo that if the Terms pro- posed, were not accepted, they would be enforced by twenty thousand Men ? I hope ( said the' Pa- triot) you will not send us so large a Number, for as our own Poor already are heavy upon our Hands, and yours have been a very great additi- onal Burthen ; 20,000 Prisoners more, would ab- solutely lay us under a Necessity of erecting some new Manufactory for their Support, unless hit most Christian Majesty should think proper to fend Money enough along with them, to bear their Expence6swhile in England. Yesterday an Account arrived by the New- York Mail, that his Majesty's Ship Alcide, with the Transports and Trade under Convoy, were safe arrived there, and were to sail from thence for the West- Indies with the Troops, in ten Days from the 27th of October. The last Letters from Silesia advise, that the greatest Part of the Troops of both Armies had been put into Quarters of Cantonment, and that the King of Prussia was daily expected at Breslau ; but Advices from Saxony still insinuate, that Mar- shal Daun is meditating some signal Blow; and that his Prussian Majesty will probably leave Si- lesia, to come and put himself at the Head of Prince Henry's Army. A Report prevailed at Hamburgh when the last Letters came away, that Letters had been received from Petersburgh, advising that the Czarina had fallen ill; and that, besides an Attack of her usual Disorder, the had been seized with a Defluxion on her Breast, by which her Life was in great Danger: But as, the Reports that were lately spread of her Death proved false, this will per- haps be found to deserve no more Credit than they did. The French Party at the Hague assert with their usual Effrontry, that all the Declarations of Spain's earnest Define to cultivate a good Under- standing with England, with which the English News- papers are daily stuffed, are without Foun- dation, and calculated merely to facilitate the raising of the Supplies, by preventing Foreigners from being discouraged from placing their Money in the English Funds. According to Letters by the last Ships from the Indies, it seems to be not at all impossible that the Prince who lately demanded the Protection of the British Company may be hereafter seated' on the Throne of the Moguls. The Vizir who assas- sinated his Master the late Emperor Allumpeer is sled into a distant Province with the young Prince of the Race of Timur, whom he proclaimed by the Shah Jehan, as the Defeat of the Marrtatas took from him all Hopes of Safety. The Patans finding Disturbances arising in own Coun- try, have dropped the Design of ing their own King's Son upon the Throne, and it is believed they either have proclaimed, or will proclaim, Shah Zadda, Uncle to that young Prince, Empe- ror of Indostan at Delly. The House of Commons in Ireland, on the 26th past, unanimously resolved, That no Person should be protected by any Member of that House who was not a menial domestic Servant of such Member, receiving Wages : And all written Pro- tection. which were already, or might thereafter be granted by any Member, were at the same Time declared to be null and void. Lord, George Cavendish is re- elected Knight of the Shire for the County of Derby. William Wilsop, Esq. is elected Member for Ilchester, in the Room of the Earl of Egmont, who has made his Election for Bridgwater. William Lee, Esq. is elected Member of Par- liament for Newport in Cornwall. Col. Hervey is elected Member of Parliament for Gatton in Surry. Five Regiments of Foot are daily expected in England from Belleisle. Five Regiments of Foot wilt still be left at that Place, with 100 Light Horse, and 150 Men of the Train of Artillery. A few Days ago failed for the West- Indies, Mr. Harrison, Jun, of Red- Lion- Street, Holbourn, with some Mathematical Machines, invented and made by his Father and him, towards the dis- covering the Longitude at Sea. Four Prisoners were capitally convicted at the Old- Bailey, viz. Daniel Looney, for shooting Capt. Shank with a Gun ; Robert Greenstreet, for the Murder of his Master, Mr. Souch, in Crooked- Lane ; Mary Morris, for stealing a Quantity of Lutestring Silk out of a Shop ; and Thomas Ash- ton, the Dragoon, who guarded the Bristol Mail, for robbing the Bath Stage Waggoner, at But- chers- Grove, near Hounslow- heath, of upwards of Fifty Shillings. An ODE to LYCIDAS. WHY, LYCIDAS, should Man be vain, If bounteous Heay'n hath made him great ? Why look with insolent Disdain On those undeck'd with Wealth and State ? Ca n s pl e ndid Robes , or Beds of Down, Or costly Genis to deck the Hair, Can all the Glories of a Crown Give Health, or Smooth the Brow of Care ? The scepter'd Prince, the burthen'd Slave, The Humble and the Haughty die ; The Poor, the Rich, the Base, the Brave, In Dust without Distinction lie. Go, search the Tombs where Monarchs rest, Who once the richest Glories wore ; Fled is the Grandeur they possest, And all their Greatness is no mere. L. R. POPE'S Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette. 40 BATH, Dec. 17, 1761. WHEREAS it lias been a Practice among the Night- Watchmen, to collect Money from the Inhabitants of this City, by Way of Christmas- Box, which has been productive of many bad Consequences :— The Magistrates of this City therefore desire the Inhabitants to desist from giving the same ; and are determined to dis- charge all such Watchmen who shall be discover'd in endeavouring to obtain Money by the aforesaid Method. A fresh Parcel laid in for the Holidays. RICHARD PAGE, Pastry- cook, In Cheap- Street, BATH, BEGS Leave to acquaint the Ladies and Gen- tlemen, that they may be supplied with the best Canterbury, Oxford, and Shrewsbury Brawn, and will fell by the Collar to Taverns or Inn- keepers, and others who fell it again, as cheap as in either of those Places. Westmoreland, Cum- berland, and Yorkshire Hams and Tongues.-— Fine Sturgeon. Yorkshire Muffins new every Day, being the only Pastry- Cook that makes them in BATH. To be Lett or Sold, A HOUSE very healthy and plea- santly situated to a fine Prospect, with very large and convenient Work- houses, at BERFIELD, in the Parish of Bradford, in the County of Wilts, about a Quarter of a Mile from the Town; wherein Posthiumus Bush, Cloth- worker, deceas'd, lately dwelt, and carried on a very large Trade.— It is convenient for a Clothier that makes a great Quantity of Cloth, and may be converted into a proper House for a Malster or a common Brewer, there being no Want of Water ; and there are two very good Cellars, with a large Kitchen- Garden, a genteel Court before the House, seve- ral Acres of Pasture Ground adjoining; and new- built Stable. For further Particulars, enquire of Benja- min Bush, at Turline, in the said Parish of Bradford. HAGUE Dec. 11. By our last Letters from the Head- Quarters of the Allied Army at; Hilde- sheim, dated the 5th Instant, we learn, that the Troops, which compose it, were marching off successively to their respective Winter Quarters : And from Cassel we learn, that Marshal Broglio, having abandoned Nordheim, was fallen hack upon the Werra, the French Army being gone into Winter Quarters likewise. London. ST. JAMES'S, Dec. 14. The King has been pleased to constitute and appoint the Right Hon. James Marquis of Kildare, to be Major- Gene- ral of his Majesty's Forces. Major- General John Stanwix to be Colonel of the 49th Regiment of Foot. Marcus Smith, Esq. and James Prevost, Esq. be Colonels of Battalions in the 60th, or Royal American, Regiment of Foot, commanded by Major General Sir Jeffery Amherst. The King has been pleased to constitute and appoint John Taver, Esq. to be Governor of Portland Castle; and John Catherwood. Esq. to be Governor of Scarborough Castle, WHITEHALL, Dec. 15. The King has been pleased to order Letters Patent to be passed under the Great Seal of the Kingdom of Ireland, con taming a Grant unto the Right Hon. John Baron of Rawdon. of Moyra in the said Kingdom, and his Heirs Male, of the Dignity of an Earl of our said Kingdom of Ireland, by the Name, Stile and Title of Earl of Moyra, in the County of Down. The Right Hon. the Lord Viscount Pultenoy, Son and Heir Apparent to the Earl of Bath, is arrived in Town from Belleisle. Robert Boyle Walsingham, Esq. is chosen Member for Fowey, in the Room of the Hon- Lord George Edgecumbe. The Merchants of Corke, in Ireland, are going to erect, at their own Expence, a magni- ficent Statue to the Memory of Mr. Pitt, for the many eminent Services he has done to three Kingdoms. The superior Influence of the Dutch at the Court of France, hath prevented the Hamburghers from succeeding in their Application of hiving the Liberty of trading to the French Ports restor'd, which they find to be a great Loss to their Navi- gation and Trade. Four of the principal Marchants of Naples have farmed the Tobacco Duty for the Term of six Years, at the Rate of 400,000 Ducats per Annum. The People, of the Bonetta Sloop, which arriv'd at Plymouth from Seville, report, that when they left Cadiz, there were in the Road nine Sail of Spanish Men of War, all of 74 Guns, reported to be well manned, and ready for Sea; that they, were bound for the West- Indies, to watch the Motions of our Ships on that Station; and that the same Number of Ships were already failed. They further report, that it is said at Cadiz, that a great Number of Soldiers have been shipped off there in Dutch Vessels. Bristol, December 16. Came in since our last, The Patty, Nixon, from New. Providence ; the Lark, Seal, from New- foundland ; the Winberg, Neshart, from Stock- holm ; the Union, French, from Cork ; the Good Elizabeth, Gardener, from Barbadoes ; the Wes- ton, Stout, from Newfoundland ; and the Han- nah, Darvill, from Carolina. Arriu'd, At Malaga; the Prince Ferdinand, Carbry, from ditto; the William and Mary, Southcott, from Newfoundland ; at uples, the Marquis of Granby, Stott, from Leghorn; at Dublin, the Rebecca and Catharine, Sinnett, from this Port. DEATHS. Mr. Llewellin, Fishmonger, on the Buck. Mr. Rosco, Master, of an Academy on St. Michael's Hill. Bath, December 17. The Public are desir'd to be careful to ask for POPE'S BATH CHRONICLE ; as the Printer of the Bath Advertiser ( a Saturdays Paper) al- ter d his Day of publication to Thursday, wben our Proposals mere first distributed, and likewise pi- reted Part of our Title, viz. Bath Chronicle.--- We therefore give this necessary Caution, left he shou'd attempt to impose his Paper on the Public for THIS. Arriv'd here, His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Col. Brudenell, Col. Evelyn, Sir William Booth- by, Hon. Mr. Cadogan, Earl and Countess of Bradalbane, Earl of Suffolk, Lord Masham, Sir Abraham Isaac Elton, Sir John Thomas Stanley, Sir Thomas Worsly, Major Fitzmaurice, Capt Ross, Capt Brandon, Mr and Mrs Russel, Mr and Mrs Wet ham, Mr and Mrs Wright, Mr and Mrs Lesure, Mr and Mrs Darch, Mr and Mr Eaton, Mr and Mrs Wise, Mr and Mrs White- ford, Mr and Mrs Bockey, Mr Wheele, Mr Mal- pess Mr Marriott, Mr CoJinaa, Mr Harrington, Mr St. George, Mr Tyson, Mr Donneland, Mr Farmer, Mr Colley, Mr Dodson, Mr Edgell, Mr Blizard, Mr Duff, Mr Lodge, Mr Onslow, Mr Gunston, Mr Lewis, Mr Wood, Mr Watt, Mrs Birch, Miss Bockey, & c. & c. His Royal Highness the Duke of York arrived here on Friday last about Three o'clock in the Afternoon, in perfect Health : As soon as his Highness enter'd the City, the Bells at all the Churches began ringing, and continu'd the greatest Part of the Evening ; and when his Royal High- ness came to lire Lodgings at the Center- House on the South- Parade the Guns on Mr. Simpson's Platform were fired. Soon after his Arrival, the two Sheriffs waited on his Royal Highness, to know when it would be agreeable for the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common- Council, to pay their Compliments, and his Royal Highness was pleased So appoint the next Morning at Eleven o'Clock. — At Night his Highness went to Mr. Wiltshire's Rooms, and opened the Ball with Mil's St. Quin- tin, and danced Country- Dances with Miss Low- ther.— Saturday Morning the Mayou, Aldermen, and Common- Council, attended by the Clergy, waited on his Royal Highness at the Time ap- pointed, and the Town- Clerk addressed him in an elegant speech, to which his Highness was pleased to return a moil gracious Answer : They were introduced by Col. Brudenell, and had all the. Honour to kiss his Royal Highness's Hand. On Sunday Morning his Royal Highness went to the Abbey- Church, ( where a very elegant Pew was erected for him) attended by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common- Council ; the Hon. Charles Sloane Cadogan, Esq. his Royal High- ness's Treasurer ; Col. Brudenell, Groom of the Bedchamber; Sir William Booth by, Master of the Horse, and the rest of his Retinue, which made a respectable Appearance. [ Thus far the Gazette.] CHURCHMAN's PATENT CHOCOLATE By the late Mr. CHURCHMAN'S famous WATER- Arriv'd the Mails from HOLLAND and FLANDERS. Germany, BERLIN, NOV. I8. They write from Gros- Ziethen, that one Daniel Ammyer, belonging to the French Colony, died there on the 21ft of Oc- tober, aged. 113 Years and four Months. He was born at Blois in 164.8, and had served in the Troops of France, Sweden, and the Emperor.— He enjoyed an uninterrupted State of Health, ' till within a Fortnight of his Death, when his Constitution broke all at once. VIENNA, NOV. 28. Their Imperial Majesties, who seldom come Abroad, on Account of the In clemency of the Weather, apply assiduously to Affairs of State ; and they have at present under their Consideration the Means of putting an ho- On Saturday Evening the Flying Highwayman robbed several People between Hampstead and London : He appeared in two different Dresses, and had also two Horses. Justice Fielding's Peo- ple are making a diligent Search after him, but as yet cannot come at him : His Name is known. Yesterday Morning Robert Greenstreet, for the Murder of his Master, Mr. Souch, in Crooked- Lane, and Daniel Looney, for the Murder of Capt. Shanks, were executed at Tyburn. MARRIAGES. John Swinnerton Dyer, Esq. eldest Son of Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart., to Miss. Vickery, of Windsor.------ His Excellency Count D'Ursins and Rosenberg, Primy- counsellor to their Imperial Majesties, and their Ambassador to the Venetian Republic, to Miss Justiniana Wynne, eldest Daughter of the late *** Wynne, Esq. of Hertfordshire. DEATHS. At Dublin, the Right Hon. the Lady Viscountess Doueraile.— Near Wind for, the Lady of Sir George Warren, Knight of the Bath : She was Heiress of Tho. Revel, Esq.------ Thomas Worlidge,' Esq.------ Samuel Southouse, Esq. formerly an eminent Ironmonger in Leaden- hall- street.— Myneer Hopp, Envoy Extraordinary from the States- General, in which Quality he has resided several Years in England : He married the Daughter of Sir John Lambert, Bart.------ Lord Charles Manners, a Major- General of the 56th Regiment of Foot.------- The Rev. Winch Holds- worth, D. D. Vicar of St. Peter's Chalfont, in Bucks.------- The Relict of William Owen, Esq. Commander of the Ipswich Man of War.------ The Ipswich Man of War.— At Elfineur, the Lady of David Fenwick, Esq. Brother to the English Consul.— At Trevethin, Monmouthshire, Francis Watkins, aged 102 Years and nine Months.------ Lady Kingston, Wise of the Right Hon. the Lord Kingston, of the Kingdom of Ireland.— Edward Weld, Esq. The Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Willes, many Years Chief Justice of the Common- Pleas. Charles Pratt, Esq. his Majes- ty's Attorney- General, it is conjectured, will suc- ceed his Lordship.------' The Lady of the Right Hon. Lord Wentworth.------ In Ireland, one Eli- zabeth Merchant, aged 133 Years. Her Husband died 15 Years ago, aged 116.------ In Denmark, a Woman, aged 102; where a Man, aged 136, is now living, hearty and robust as at 30. BANKRUPTS. Richard Sparrow, now or late of Maeclesfield, in Cheshire, Mereer and Draper. — John Cooke, late of Eagle- court, Bread- street, London, Ware- houseman.—- Henry Tyler, late of St. Thomas in the Cliffe near Lewes, in Sussex, Brazier. STOCKS. Bank Stock, 100 1- 4th. a 1- half. India ditto, ——. South- Sea ditto, ——. Three per Cent. Bank reduced, 69 3- 8ths. a 1- half. Ditto consolidated, 69 1- half, a 3- 8ths. Three per Cent. ditto, 1716,——. Three 1- half Bank Annuities, 1756,——. Three 1- half per Cent, ditto, 1758, 74 7- 8ths, a 75. Four per Cent. 1760, 81 3- 4ths. Three per Cent, old S. S. Asauities, 71 3- 4ths. Ditto new Annuities, 71 1- 4th. Ditto 1751, ——. Ditto India Annui ties, 68 1- half. Long Annuities, 21 1- 4th. India Bonds, 5s. a 6s. Prem. New Navy Bills Dec. 10 1- half disc. Exchequer Bills, 10s. disc. Lot- tery Tickets, 16l. 00s. nourable End to a War, which occasions such Distress and Desolation in Germany, as they can- not but look upon with Regret. It is now resolved, that all our Fortresses shall be garrisoned for the future with Battalions draughted from the Invalids ; and that the march- ing Regiments shall join our Armies. HANOVER, Dec. 4. The famous Mortar, of exquisite Workmanship, which the Prince de Sou- bise, in 1758, wanted to fend so Fnce, hath been discovered, by some Soldiers. 5th the Weser, where it had teen hid by our Troops. It weighs 5000 Weight; the Diameter of its Bore is 18 Inches, and it throws a Shell of 525 lb. Weight. France, ROCHFORT, Nov. 28. We flatter ourselves, that by the Help of our Prames we shall force the English Squadron in the Road of Basque to quit their Station; and, in Consequence of which, our Ships that successively come down the Charente, will put to Sea. PARIS, Dec. 4. It is said, that one of the Powers at War hath proposed a Suspension of Anns ' till the Month of April. We talk of as sembling, in the Month of March, an Army of 60,000 Men, in Lower Britany, for the Security of our Coasts, or for other Ends. Mean while the Brest Squadron is ready to fail ENGINE, at the Castle- Mills, in BRISTOL, ( The only Work of the Kind in Great- Britain) Is now made by Joseph Fry, Who has been long concerned in the CHOCOLATE BUSINESS, And John Vaughany Jun. The said Mr. CHURCHMAN'S Executor, The present sole Proprietors of the said ENGINE, who have open'd Ware- houses for Sale thereof, In Wine- Street, BRISTOL, And in LONDON, at N. BURROUGH'S, Grocer and Tea- Man, in Threadneedle- Street And to prevent Counterseits, each Pound will have a Stamp affix'd to it. THE great Superiority of this CHOCOLATE, to all other, will appear on Trial to any one, by its immediate Dissolving, full Flavour, Smoothness on the Palate, and intimate Union with Liquids; and as it is much finer than any other Sort, so it will go further, and is of greater Nutriment, and of easier Digestion to weak Sto machs ; being by this Engine made perfectly clean and free from the usual Coarseness, Grit and Sediment, so much disliked in other Chocolate. Those Shopkeepers and others who don't choose to go to the Price of the finest Sort, may be supplied at their WARE- HOUSE in Bristol, with very good Chocolate ( far superior to what is usually sold) at the London Prices, but without the Stamp. Allowance will be made to those who fell again. Wednesday's and Thursday's POSTS. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Germany. WESEL, Dec. 7. THE Regiment of Count Horion, that makes Part of this Garrison, has received Orders to march to Lille, without staying any where to recruit; which makes it probable that Regi- ment is to be broken or incorporated. Royal Bavaria is shortly expected here to rein- force our Garrison. LIEGE, Dec. 9. The French Commandant, who had promised the Magistrates, this City should not be burdened with any more Troops than what are already here, and that even the State should not be incommoded by the Passage of the other Regiments, has now insmuated to the Privy- Council, that it is necef& ry two Swiss Regiments should have their Quarters in this City London December 15. We hear that an Express is arrived from Com modore Keppel, with Advice that the Brest Fleet was sail'd, with 3000 Forces on board, supposed for the West- Indies ; and that he was in Pursuit of them. On Saturday, between Twelve and One, their Majesties in a Poll- Chariot, escorted by a Party of Light- Horse, como aver the two Bridges to the Tower; and after seeing the Curiosities, went out at Whitechapel, and continuing their Airing round the Town, returned to St. James's about Three. Admiral Saunders, in the Mediterranean, is to be reinforced with several Men of War. On Saturday last Commodore Moore dispatched from the Downs his Majesty's Ships Syren, Bid deford, and Union, to cruize on the Coast of France. It is said that there are two Expeditions going on in America, one against Martinico, the other against Louisiana; the first under the Command of Gen. Moucktou, the latter under that of Gen Amherst. An additional Duty on Spirituous Liquors and on Windows, is to pay the Interest of the new Loan of Twelve Millions. The Election ended at Durham Saturday Eve ning, when Major Gowland had a Majority of 23. It was warmly contested by Gen. Lambton and his Party. Our last Letters from the Hague are in a very pacific Strain, and assure us that a certain Neutral Power will speedily propose a general Cessation of Arms, to commence next Month, and continue to the 1ft of April, during which Space the Con gress at Augsbourg is to assemble. State- Lottery, 1761. Tuesday No. 51,462, was drawn a Prize of 1oool.— No. 19,848, 500l.— No. 7432, 44,721, 45,996, 52,860, and 57,913, 100I. each.— No. 6122, 13,589, 21,522, 22,970, 38,279, 51,943, and 54,9951 50I. each. Wednesday No. 40,893, 29,587, and 57,351, 1ool. each.— No. 29,439, 26,463, 47,595, 11,144, 43,423, 3403, and 13,399, 50l. each. Thursday No. 6773, 7085, and 55,306, 100l. each. — No. 12,244, 24,850, 26,972, 36,972, and 47,595, 501. each. Friday No. 3349, 5000l.— No. 25,425, 100l.— No. 38,622, 33,916, 44,155, and 52,128, 50l. each. Saturday No. 9327, 35,310, and 43,051, 500l. each.— No. 7455, 10,740, 59,114, 59,135, and 28,304, 50l. each. Monday No. 12,157, and 11,574, 1oool. each. — No. 3687, and 58,162, 500l. each,— No. 1611, 100l.— No. 26,846, 43,786, 17,910, 3875, and 12,924, 501. each. Monday his Royal Highness commanded the Play of the Confederacy, at the Theatre in Or- chard- Street, where was a very brillant Appear- ance of Ladies and Gentlemen as there like- wise was Iast Night, at Messrs. Tinducci and Si- prutini's Concert at Mr. Wiltshire's, commanded by his Royal Highness. We Hear his Royal Highness will have a Levee twice a Week during his Stay here: And ' tis said that before his Return he intends visiting the City of Bristol. On Monday last was married at Farm borough, Mr. Abraham James, an eminent Maltster, of Chelwood, to Miss Flower of Barraw- Hill ; a very agreeable young Lady, At Devizes Market last Week, Wheat sold from 24s. to 33s. Barley from 15s. to 17s. Oats from 133. to 15S. Beans from 22s. to 26s. Pease from 21s. to 24s. On a young Lady taken ill at an Assembly. AS Mortals languish, when the Rays of Light By envious Clouds are hid from human Sight, So when inclement Heav'n had cast a Shade On CÆLIA'S Charms and Graces, lovely Maid I A sudden Anguish seiz'd each generous Breast, And in her Wound a double Part tonfest. No more with Gaiety the Dance goes round, No more we mind attractive Musick's Sound. But when the Gods, in Pity to our Pain, Sent her again to cheer the youthful Train, Our former Strength and Sprightliness return, Our Souls transported with new Raptures burn. May then, ye Deities that guard the Fair, This beauteous Nymph be your peculiar Carel Let no intruding Fears her Mind molest, Let no Disorder break her pleating Rest ! And when she's wafted to your nobler Sphere, Grant her forever to be happy there With Angels, whom in Charms she equal'd here. [ VOL. II. ]
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