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that the Governor of Montreal had Cent for the Rev to come back. Important News is hourly expeaed from Germany

that the Governor of Montreal had Cent for the Rev to come back. Important News is hourly expeaed from Germany

The Hereditary Prince of Brunfwick has taken Fulda. They write from Dunkirk of the soth Inthnt, that Dauphine Dragoons caufed a great Tumult and Mutin; the 9th, advancing to the Parade, where they Allem! der to Plunder that Place, becau(e Ten of their Comrade condemned be Hanged
24 June 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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Cur -das which, the l'atr Sex of Ah WfirCh vary too cauti..ully the robbed of an mut , stliem.weakoatd knd Ind, thc tided upon a. a fife and very r" aired by low:. fuccchtul nal-liable Cur.:, ; the mit: an, may ndly in Mai a. and at n 3 Bat Id. . I with lon are Ma g. i t r the l
24 June 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A REILLFR Y. Mojur Goodwin ; zd Lieutenants Ii Scott ; Lieut. Fireworker Davidfoo. Prover. Lieut. Fireworker Cock, who is

A REILLFR Y. Mojur Goodwin ; zd Lieutenants Ii Scott ; Lieut. Fireworker Davidfoo. Prover. Lieut. Fireworker Cock, who is

alto Major M.Keller, Cum'. ENGINEER RANGERS. Wounded. Capt. limey. TOTAL. Killed. Wounded. Prifoners. 6 89 13 RETURN of the Non-comini.fivn'd Rank and Ifoiata'rd, Regiments Scri,ant, Amhe:lt's Bragg's Otway's Kering:6'4 Killed, Drum- Rank and mers Pile 21 14 12 Seejeanc Lakelles
24 June 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Rao eke LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. is. St. joitteit, Nov. 12, 1760. This Day the following Addrefs of the Univerfity of

Rao eke LONDON GAZETTE, Nov. is. St. joitteit, Nov. 12, 1760. This Day the following Addrefs of the Univerfity of

Cambridge was prefented to His Majetly, by his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle, their Chancellor accompanied by the Rev. Dr. Sandby. Matter of the Magdalen Colley, Vice-Chancellor; the Right Hon. the Earl of Hardwicke, High Steward ; and feveral of the Nobility, Students of the I.:n
25 November 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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8 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Co be WO to the bigbeit istober,

be WO to the bigbeit A the Dwelling Hoofi of Me. -ph Jack on, the King's-Aim in - bp en Moodily the Day o the Hors of There and Six in Ile TW good fubflantial Dwelling Houf with the Appurtenances, molt conveniently situated for Trade, in the High Town in Nantwich afuiefaid, now i
8 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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8 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1767.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1767.

Things very unufual, and altricift unknown here. In the next Place, there may be fame Danger, from his Experience in Naval Affairs, of his Caving his K—g, by keeping our Ships and Men on a refpeaable Footing : Befides, France and Spain will difapprove of it, becaufe he has alway
4 August 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Jr- our *monists from -heir manufuttures are is a fourig M a i m, anu turn to better account tkan

Jr- our *monists from -heir manufuttures are is a fourig M a i m, anu turn to better account tkan

nriViitUre, or the making of smote-6,4n to lend to England. We tiave c l u d t other manufottoree fro* thence, m are as good of .the kind as any they get from us, and in general fitter for The manufaltures the Colonies hoe entered into in confequence mf our taxes a mum, and inju
4 August 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold to the heft Bidder,

To be Sold to the heft Bidder,

Tcgetbcr or in Parcels. At the Wide of Mr. Broad, known by the . Sign of the Queen's Head, in Newcattle, in the County of Stafford, on Wednetilay the s6th Day of Augntl intl. Inkjet% to the Condition; of Sale, which will then be produced, AFreehold Etlate in Chefferton, about tw
4 August 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England