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;TORY of ENG L &ND, la -Chapelle, including a Complete the PRKSINT WAR. OLLET, M.D. di Continuaiion, the following Patti_ others, ate related, iris t! Ai:-la-Chspellc. Charater of the she Bill 'aiming so Seamen. the she Navy. Severing* wreaked upon tams for a Settlement as Nova
22 July 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Allies and Cie French, to the Adranisi hem good Authority, are informed Night a general 034=1 W3' :.e fairs of

Allies and Cie French, to the Adranisi hem good Authority, are informed Night a general 034=1 W3' :.e fairs of

importance.. A French S4ip from Smyrt a Mi Fame Privateer. CaPt. rati ic , anci . According,to fume Advice,. Geo. the large Pruffian Magazine the neig' Tuaday his Excellency Governer froM America, waited on molt gr;c:oufly received. Yelterday, both,Mufes of Con vocatii Chamber,
22 July 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be 1. E T T, and Enter% THE old and accultotn'd Inn k ROYAL OAR. in Glover'tone. follow Bufiaeis

To be 1. E T T, and Enter% THE old and accultotn'd Inn k ROYAL OAR. in Glover'tone. follow Bufiaeis

without being free of a plivileed Place; there is very and all other Conveiiencievht fo (aid Houfe may be had as they For further Enquire Houfe. . To be SOLD a A Handfome and well-bu or Dwelling Hoare, navy Bathe nofpital-Streer in Nenrwieh. c Lichen, conveniunt Cellaring, five
22 July 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
broke upon us. The turf continued dangerous ; the rains increafed ; the landing of our artillery and flores became

broke upon us. The turf continued dangerous ; the rains increafed ; the landing of our artillery and flores became

very hazardous ; our remaining troops were put on fhore with much peril, and Come lots ; lieut. Hardwick was drowned : But the courage and activity of the Icemen furmounted all ohflacles ; they got on fhore pan of the feapoys, Tome provifions, and fuch ftores as were &ft wanted,
3 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Earl GTawhile. LOrd Prefident of the Council. The Duke of Newcalle.

Earl GTawhile. LOrd Prefident of the Council. The Duke of Newcalle.

Lord Anion, Firil Lord of the Admiralty. Lord Ligonier, Captain General of the Forces. Mr. Pitt, Secretary of State. Lord Barrington, Secretary at War, withdrew on receiving his Inftruaions concerning the Land Forces to be employed. The following is Lord Ligonier's Anfwer to the
21 October 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WEEKLY C o [IX.) TUESDAY, May Ruf is fr Elm ews, ,arttl nent Batta ['rife and Prot Coy uo Cc

WEEKLY C o [IX.) TUESDAY, May Ruf is fr Elm ews, ,arttl nent Batta ['rife and Prot Coy uo Cc

ag ong, n ton; Vhat then ? ought, by Ate babutrir. d: I'. fn. T. 's PO ; nd ETT E, May noctal Governor) lATION. Writs have bet ieet and to be h t 9th Day of Mt fit to fignify his :Hamm be put c ing. We do thi d Parliament be Tuefday the 23, and Temporal, at ifcharged of their y
19 May 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
he(sikl>.loA i(E(• >OM 1 )111.h't hhk 11.4 Z ioA

he(sikl>.loA i(E(• >OM 1 )111.h't hhk 11.4 Z ioA

he(sikl>.l o A i(E (• >OM 1 )1 11. h't 1 1.4 Z MU v A 'a .P OS T. From the LONDON GAZETTE, 4. :Aire 26. 0M E P etentiofs of the Erna King's Houkhold Troops. as well as the v,oient Rains have fo much re carded the Niarch of Prince soubift's Army, that it was :he 23d before the EL-
7 July 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
1- ( T. E Y's BP; a nd I'OBACCO, from St. PAUL'. COFFEE-HOUSE, LONDON, are dill fold by Mrs. ADAMS,

1- ( T. E Y's BP; a nd I'OBACCO, from St. PAUL'. COFFEE-HOUSE, LONDON, are dill fold by Mrs. ADAMS,

Printer, in Chefter. THE Tobacco is not only fisperior in the Elegancy of Its Flavour, but is ally fa Mose I-item-Loos in all tiers of the Head and Lyra f in ftecnithening the Nerves Stornacli, and in and comforting the .Breall and Lungs. than any Thing of thd ever yet 44- ries'
29 December 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
mcnazd. is •: Fos a Gentleman' , Fami!v the Country, that till. Mima;rracnt of a it n.t cal crt:4 tut

mcnazd. is •: Fos a Gentleman' , Fami!v the Country, that till. Mima;rracnt of a it n.t cal crt:4 tut

J•wr to be dirty ay Branch u: in 14- qn:tring undanial i lt apply 0 Men v.ho 'Lc News, or by Mr. Brasi‘r, iu Atttnlon of Na t theta Kingdoms. i 4 A An caly IntroductistaMtlin2lilli Grammar, is. 6 :Br r ine ,itr6ies, lit young iednea in ratite (r.tJ the frit it udiineint ts in L.
29 December 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold, At th e Black Dog in Wittor:, on Thurfday the 7th of. January next,,.- NE l'undred• and

To be Sold, At th e Black Dog in Wittor:, on Thurfday the 7th of. January next,,.- NE l'undred• and

Tweotit Oak Trees, Eighty Poplars, Twenty .4thcs, an 3 TueNe Ow lzrs, • grr a ing an Lime in l'ham, ley, in the County of Cheller, known by the NAmcd PehAvars p a d, ..td in the Potrellton of Thumai who will thew the '14.1! ,r. iFurther Pariicolars may be had and Advrfon, of Nor
29 December 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England