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PARODY.

PARODY.

YE to Truth, fay, whether Moon or Star Could make a Man from Reafon err fo tar ? ['was much more relit than they, and g•eater Odds : For none but Hears, would call poor Mortals Gods! S. 1. CiIESTE R, 3. We hear that tee Sitting of Randle Wilbraham, Efq; Vice Chamberlain of the C
3 October 1758 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Miles before, he was befet by tixteen Indians. who hill'd and ltripp'd him, and then made off witiihisHorfe, &c. We

Miles before, he was befet by tixteen Indians. who hill'd and ltripp'd him, and then made off witiihisHorfe, &c. We

are likewife alfued r that the Indians-have Gwen or eight People in the County of Halifax, near Smith's Mountains; and that at leaf( (crusty or eighty Families have left their Habitations in that County and fled, fome to North Carulina, and fame further down into the County of L
14 October 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To fatisfy the cations Obfcrvers of arid Well withers to our Naval Affairs, I fend yoila Lin of Mr. Bofcawcn's

To fatisfy the cations Obfcrvers of arid Well withers to our Naval Affairs, I fend yoila Lin of Mr. Bofcawcn's

Squadron, &c. Torbay, Vice Admiral Bofcawen, Capt. Colby Monarque, Rear Admiral Moflyn, Capt. North. Sbits. Cattattu. Somerfet, ' Gcary, Nottingham, Matfhal, Fogeux, Spry, Deßoner, Andrews, Le Mars, A ruhurfl, Litchrirld, Barton, Northumberl. I.d. Colv:11, Anion, Man, Dunkirk, H
10 June 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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10 June 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
God's formal broken dron. and to the .orces. A Covina has alto been held in the King's Pretence, which fat,

God's formal broken dron. and to the .orces. A Covina has alto been held in the King's Pretence, which fat,

feveral Hours, and now we hardly cxpet any other Decifion, but fuch as may be produced by Events. April so. We begin to lore all Hopes of Pence from the wall Preparations that are making on board dig Fleet, upon which India Stock fallen lower than ever. Athenian, April 23. Our !
6 May 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Cowl/ Pat:le

Cowl/ Pat:le

jut' ow mutt' do no diC SEA , our faithicfs Afp that Uturpecs, Caufc algal, 1.. can expea can be Eye of that fat, as IdOketb his H.s., nvar. M fappo y fe are of ' 'alas, . 1 co poefenlie Hamiliados Land though we think, proclaiming thoufatich look for fore Judgment, its Point do
6 May 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ILY JOURNAL; OR, USEFUL

ILY JOURNAL; OR, USEFUL

and ACCOUNT BOOK, or the Year 1759.. At entirely Ni w. moreatiained to. and eonyeperfoe's Bawds. than any other Book of the i. wbicb is tow aided, ALENDAR , N T AIRING, Royal Bo& I their Rafts. Nembar of Guns, with a and oak TM in fall and hall Book of Pay. X. The Adminlty. Navy
12 December 1758 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
On Tuefday jail, about Noon, di a Z 4 .21 gate in Kent, and arrived PalaortatKenfingr!"•. Nine o'Clock at Night,

On Tuefday jail, about Noon, di a Z 4 .21 gate in Kent, and arrived PalaortatKenfingr!"•. Nine o'Clock at Night,

in perftet Health. His Royal Highnef, the Prince of Wales, the r. - Dowager, and the Duke, were at ICanlington Come re before the King's Arrival, waiting to pay their Majefty. Arad his Grace the Archbilliop of Canterbur , the :.aid Chancellor, the Duke of Newcaftle, Sir Thomas f
23 September 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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26 August 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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26 August 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England