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IC seta. LON D N 34 1760. a new Sort sad Morning early Admiral Pocock arrieea in Town at MARGARET

IC seta. LON D N 34 1760. a new Sort sad Morning early Admiral Pocock arrieea in Town at MARGARET

4RADBIJR Y, Widow after bids till b his Houfe at Whitehall ; and the fame Diy be ;suited on his Ma- of Robert Bradbury. lately deceafed. begs Lame to acquaint was the " Ida * P o the jetty Kenfington, and wan MLA geacioolly received. fur Friends and that puteofes so conitouu on
30 September 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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31 May 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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24 June 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
By the iilNG's ROYAL a tieTTERS PATE, s ,a, _sat/hiakin': can pro: This Day puttliP.l'd, Trice One Shilling, 1 PEPE

By the iilNG's ROYAL a tieTTERS PATE, s ,a, _sat/hiakin': can pro: This Day puttliP.l'd, Trice One Shilling, 1 PEPE

4S a Punkt opt sled and 1 againft William Lerton the Ttongtr, late of Drayton its Hale,; Dr.,FRoftINCE's F Baikal MG EU— Ey his Royal Licence and ProteCtion. in the County of' Salop, Skinner and Dealer, and he being declared a l Which It a gatemacal P,eparation,espe 1 NUMBER 111
24 June 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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In vain we hope, To keep the pleating kene alive s Some trifling thing will intervene, And in an instant, change the fcene ; The flattering prof - pact fades and dies, And florms and tempelts then arife. "rwas in a little Country Town, Not famous, nor vet quite unknown ; A Couple
12 January 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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chafed of theft too tor Which were feat to Newgats, aad too to each of the Compters, to bi dsaributmi

chafed of theft too tor Which were feat to Newgats, aad too to each of the Compters, to bi dsaributmi

among the Prifoners. They were bought at two shillings a Score, and ivereltiy gore The Hon. Michaal Adolphus, Efq; of Sackvale Street, Piccadilly, ordered, this Day, a great Qu . antity of Coals td be diftributed to numbers of poor People in the Parifh of St. James's, Wellmintle
12 January 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
.7 a that alterations will greedily be made both pOttint Itcovery has been made of a competition, We hear that

.7 a that alterations will greedily be made both pOttint Itcovery has been made of a competition, We hear that

the minifter from the king of Proffitt will let in Lie and uthan houfe. hiswhic called and by which (hips bottoms may be out on his return home in a few days. And it is fait.: that the removals at the Excite will be fo preferved from rottenncfs and worms alto We hear that when R
8 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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13 December 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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20 May 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
old to the belt Bidder,

old to the belt Bidder,

John F01i0..., known by the Sign of the udlem, in the County of ChHter, on igth Day of March next, fubjeft to ball be then produced, ofe Six feveral Clofes or f Lana, lying and being in Buerton, in f Cheat', call-d or known by the Name norm, containing, by Eflimation ' Fifty r u
24 February 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England