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SOMERSETSHIRE. WELLS TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE is hereby Given,—That the TOLLS •ruing at the several Toll Gates die Wells Trust, namely,—

SOMERSETSHIRE. WELLS TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE is hereby Given,—That the TOLLS •ruing at the several Toll Gates die Wells Trust, namely,—

StMierry Gate, Walton Go/c, Chewton Gate, Street Gate, East Wells Gale, Hartlakt Gate, Old Down Gate, Son!hover, Coxlty Stop Torr Hill Gate, Gate. Duleott or Torr Hill Southover Gate. Stop Gate, Will be LET, at the Town-Hall, in Wells, on Monday, the day of November next, at 12
14 November 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TO THE/ÜBLIC. THERE is a LARGE of DEVONSHIRE and IRISH now on Sale at 24, BROAD STREET, Barn, ano/every Monday

TO THE/ÜBLIC. THERE is a LARGE of DEVONSHIRE and IRISH now on Sale at 24, BROAD STREET, Barn, ano/every Monday

and Thursday, which must be SOLI) CHEAP for Cash. BELVEDERE WINE CELLARS, BATH, (Established by the late Mr. G. /}HULBERT, 1809.) HENRY PAYNE begs to announce the recent atrival of some extraordinary OLD LIQUEUR SHERRY, shipped to him direct from Xeres de la Frontera. This rate
14 November 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CRIMES IN FRANCE.

CRIMES IN FRANCE.

roung woman, named Franchise Trenque, appeared the 10th inst. before the Assize-Court of Auch, in France, accused, first, of having caused the deaths of her father and mother, by administering arsenic and nitric acid to them in their food and drink; second, of having by the same
30 July 1829 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND SOCIETY, KOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. TeAo/TGHIItfG MATCH for 1829- PLOUGHING

BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND SOCIETY, KOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. TeAo/TGHIItfG MATCH for 1829- PLOUGHING

MATCH will take place August 7th, on an Old Ley, in the occupation of Mr. TUyward, half-a-mile North from Cirencester, Tbe Committee and a party of Gentlemen will dine together at the Fleece Inn, Cirencester, at half-past Three o'clock; and tbe Report of the Judges will be read
30 July 1829 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BRISTOL, July 28. Married. James Swaine, esq; of this city, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. Caleb Stower, of Tauntou.——

BRISTOL, July 28. Married. James Swaine, esq; of this city, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. Caleb Stower, of Tauntou.——

T. Evans, cooper, of this city, to Mrs. S. Young, of the Dings, St. Philip's.——At St. Augustine's church, the Rev. Alfred Pope, of Leamington, Warwick, to Anna Maria, daughter of the late John Crosby, esq; of Westbury, Wilts.—At Clifton, Major Kirby, 86di regt. to Mary Ann, elde
30 July 1829 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the Editor of the Bath Chronicle. Sir,—Mr. Blair has, it seems, sent a subscription Mr. Head. This was perfectly

To the Editor of the Bath Chronicle. Sir,—Mr. Blair has, it seems, sent a subscription Mr. Head. This was perfectly

natural. Still,»e cannot but struck with the odd assemblage of persons, who rally around the persecuted Vicar of Feniton, whose case excites the sympathy of certain persons because he compelled to eubmit to the very great hardship of complying with his engagements, or take the a
28 September 1843 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY EVENING. Insurrection Greece.—An insurrection commenced Athens on the 14th, and although had been organised for some time, it was precipitated, it is said, an article in the Observe tear of Athens, in which it was asserted that a protocol the Conference of Lond
28 September 1843 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH MIDLAND On RAILWAY.

ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH MIDLAND On RAILWAY.

'««. a Midland Railway, the rooming of Thursday Barn" I ° ° ° lhe trains took p,ace at Cudworth *hich 1r * slatlon ' mixed train for passengers and luggage, Wr Leeds five o'clock in the morning, arrived at theCud°'clock abol,t three miles from Barnsloy, a little before seven Pi(
19 January 1843 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE LATE STORM.

THE LATE STORM.

( Continued from our Uh page.) The Loss of the Conqueror.—/' Further particulars.) —The boy Abchurch bad been lashed spar, and was in a most exhausted stale when washed onshore. Restoratives were immediately applied, and be slowly regained consciousness. Before 10 o'clock Mrs. T
19 January 1843 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday and Tuesday's Posts.

tEB. U. Tf OXJT. ft Bbidkf’* i r»«»o« frowned. ': 'ffl—lgr.' ■ '~- ■ t Tht 0»MBH y«»cl«w>*tlon. permitting «’ imMMMMLWOTMWI Waal neutral j andaiito ibc t>ort ot Gtncu Uia * frprdcat»l. ia rtie Paris 4kc «Mb « having airomcd ■MAanraHWlfiriAi it isiround' • « the difltke c^tJwMMlß
27 February 1800 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England