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7bts is to acquaint the Public,

7bts is to acquaint the Public,

TH A T William and Jonat Evans, who kept the Black Lion in Conway for three Teats, and from thence removed to the King's-Head Inn in Conway. and kept from May 1749. to Michaelmas 1703 has enter'd Mice All- Sa;nts IA patt, into a new and commodious Inn, can the Bull's-Head in the
29 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
• For S A L E, By Order of the Boxourable Commiffloners of bit MapNl the of jaxuary, Three ix

• For S A L E, By Order of the Boxourable Commiffloners of bit MapNl the of jaxuary, Three ix

the Tarlday Mill be to aim, at the Ciifiom Braumaries, ifi IIGH T Hunched S 'Pounds Wt. of Bohea Toil; too Pounds Weight Coffee, 600 Gallons Brandy, ano allow Miura : And on Wednefdsy following will be fold like Manner, S. the Cullom-Houk, Conway, 4.18 Pounds Weigh , Bohea Tea,
8 December 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
. i Vati.nt, cuainiancc with the innocent Opennets and Yrsedom of the Eng Ladies rimmed to encourage in him, and

. i Vati.nt, cuainiancc with the innocent Opennets and Yrsedom of the Eng Ladies rimmed to encourage in him, and

that was tht , mirconflruing common Civilities from the Sex into a Warmth of Inclination for hitufelf, and confequcntly forming Dtfigas on the ?ethic of alma every Woman with whom he had aity Opportunity of an unreftrained Intercourfe. is it appears that he had been guilty of wi
9 September 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
the E: '-pence which for fome iduced the Right Hon. went ageing the Authors of dick spina accepting th .

the E: '-pence which for fome iduced the Right Hon. went ageing the Authors of dick spina accepting th .

s ca,e Y N E W let one john Donaldfon, a Scolf- Bridge ioal, for healing fcver a i :ity, whillt he was buying other:, igsFehended, had the Shopk eeper ' s idabeing apprehended that more of which he had a confiderabl e Whole was detained, and is now it may be viewed by any Perro
9 September 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold to the belt Bidder,

To be Sold to the belt Bidder,

At the Houfe of Mr. Cenrse El:ifon, being the White Lion in Stockport, in Cheritre, en the 3d 1.1.9 , of next, ac u'Clo.k in the After- large Brick Houle, Shop, archouie, .And 3uiLliagr, nn North Side of the Market• Place in Strukpoir, laic in the Poiretlion of Mr. Peter Swindel
4 July 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
. this ,Day., it Thrblith'd, Nice Two ShiAlga neat!) , bound in Raj. The Second FDIT lON. Unroved, and adorned

. this ,Day., it Thrblith'd, Nice Two ShiAlga neat!) , bound in Raj. The Second FDIT lON. Unroved, and adorned

with an elegem FRONTISPIECE, finely Enpand by GR 6 NION. COMPLETE INTRODUCTION T THE ART of Writing LETTERS. uniyerfaily adapted to all Claes and Conditions of Life, dcfigned not only for the of Youth in gener:l, bus for every realms who would learn to write CI It it a well. Com
29 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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30 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Let to the belt bidder,

To be Let to the belt bidder,

And entered upon at Old Michaelmas next, ALL the Farms and other Tenements (Tythes excepted) v itltin the Manor of lace in Chefhin, confiCting of about Two houfand Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pollute Land, betide many Hundred Acres of Pafture hitherto uninchafed. No Day of lett
10 October 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold to the befl Bidder,

To be Sold to the befl Bidder,

On Friday the 13th Day of Ofiober Ina. at the Houle of Mrs. Bird, known by the Sign of the Golden- Talbot, in the City of Chefler, between the Hours of Tuo•and Six &Clone in the Afternoon of the fame Day, fubjed to fuck Conditions of Sale as be then produced, unlefs in the mean
10 October 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
M C OURA NT

M C OURA NT

S ,~ W Magidla Bleak of EDG fro Day of ty6o, thin to acquaint I *ea Is liar as their Houle, they will pre a+ Lau Weimar* Mat any any whaigbywar, be win no Per RAIN "a• tA'rt • N°. 1218. A Letter from Bern in Switzerland mentions an faience of prolifick Virtre : A Man, born in th
19 February 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England