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~To be Sold to the be Bidder,

~To be Sold to the be Bidder,

Either together or in the following Lots, At the E..ties Inn at Wreahan, on Thutiday the I sth D..y of September next, b.gwe4n the flouts of four and S:x in the Afternuen, L* -. HE Inhs.ritcnce of Four*Par....." eels of Land in the Townfh:p of Rrnmbo, an the ruins of Kreshaen, c
23 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
T AKEN up in Chatcr about a Week ago, a Ray Mare Whoever can tell she Mans o e raid

T AKEN up in Chatcr about a Week ago, a Ray Mare Whoever can tell she Mans o e raid

Mare and proving her their Property, may have her all Charges) by applying to the Printer hereuLt r t NOTICE is hereby given. Tr all Gtntloatn, Ladies, and Otbrrs, travtlling from &Jaquith to any Part of England, THAT they may be accommodated with DUI four-whead Pon-Chaife and a
29 January 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
sm France, Genoa, Naples; aired them, to purchafe alt they can polfibly fend from hole kingdoms and Repubnfequence thereof, agents

sm France, Genoa, Naples; aired them, to purchafe alt they can polfibly fend from hole kingdoms and Repubnfequence thereof, agents

;dom for thole purpofes. 'LAND. as. By a letter from Wick, e informed, that there arc herrings on that coal, and nee of ruccersfut fifhing. mats and two Chips emplo7- nne fplrited Gentlemen in crew of the (hips have for ing, caught from twenty to s every night. There are =played
30 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
bete 6 and to t be won. b eat , evc. , money Blue Cap againft him. Thurtday so 1.

bete 6 and to t be won. b eat , evc. , money Blue Cap againft him. Thurtday so 1.

by the City, added to &fibferipeon-purfe, by fix-years old and aged ivories. Lord Rockingham's black h. Pilgrim M r . Wentworth 's ch. h. Chatfworth Mr. Veraon's bay h. Tortoife Mr. Stapleton's bay h. Beaufremont Sir Ch arles Sunbury gr. b. Gimcrack Hon. Francis Charteru's bay m
30 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Repair, , River-Side, and Bangor S. Foe further I Wine-)Merchant, both is Wrexham.

Repair, , River-Side, and Bangor S. Foe further I Wine-)Merchant, both is Wrexham.

Repair, River-Side, and Bangor S. Foe further Wine-)Merchant, both is Wrexham. in either three or four Situated in a fine Sporting ,th Raft of Holywell, in Flintthire, where there is a good Weekly Market, a Church, and Romith Chapel. The Houfe modernbuilt of Brick, five Rooms on
30 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I *4 fio. th Eretiona corX al. eady by the their Pi pride, Ocinfel La , %s4l them, seeding Be

I *4 fio. th Eretiona corX al. eady by the their Pi pride, Ocinfel La , %s4l them, seeding Be

to aunt the Le their j u dges urn pri, Purpof A'• If p•) W To Upon
30 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold,

To be Sold,

APleafure Boat, with Fifty Yards of a Trammeling Net, aU in good condition. Foe (unbar PA:titulars enquire of Mr. Samuel Taylor, at the Black Lyon, in Boughton, who will he fame. THE Timber srowing upon an Ellate in Hartford, in the County of Chch.r, late the Property of Mr. Ch
24 November 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be 3 U LD,

To be 3 U LD,

To be 3 LD, iredisefday the Tweist-Seuexth Day of this 11flant February, at Eataxis Coffee-Hoofe, hams the Sign of the Red-Dog, in Raga's-Streit, between the Hoar , Three and Fifth •'Clock in the Aflame, of the fame Day, fabjed to 'Jab Artitko atAall then and there be produced, A
19 February 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COUNTRY N E W S.

COUNTRY N E W S.

Caate►bary, Feb. t 3. Laft Sunday was committed to his Majetty's Gaol in St. Ducttan's, Henry Smith, charged on the Oath of John Mutton, with having ttolen two Game locks from the Outhoufe of William Auften, which were found upon him. Ipiwieb, Lb. We have Advice from Wickham Ske
19 February 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
flung _ 2

flung _ 2

o be foil) to the bell 13i0ber, the Dwelling Hot of Mr. normal Hooky, by tie Sign of the Lip of Man, and Inn, in Prelief, I.nn..afhirs, on Tref:lay the Sixth Day D:cember next, between tie Mar: of Three and Fight of she Cloth in the After-eel", upon furb Corations as pall then b
15 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England