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\ I 4-4. -as • • . _ . - . • • 2 4 • • (VI.) • TUESDAY,

March 1, 1763. NQ. 1376. r 0 the AUTHOR, Lee. Whitehall, Feb. 22. The king has been pleated to grant un- and frith cloth, cards of buckles, buttons, &c. two watches, . to William Levinz, Efq; the ofiiee of receiver general and and other things ; and in one of the boxes the` lilv
1 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
[IV.] Thurfda.y Night's Pon. Vetterday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Wa rfivw, Sept.. to. H E Confederates have

[IV.] Thurfda.y Night's Pon. Vetterday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Wa rfivw, Sept.. to. H E Confederates have

lately received tome great checks in Lithuania. There was a T very !harp engagement near Wlodowa, between a body of W.-A( Ruffians commanded by Colonel Reline, and a body of the Confederates commanded by the two bro. then Pulawiki. The latter was entirely defeated, having loft a
17 October 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Let,

To be Let,

The Lands to he enter.d upon at St. Andrew's, awl the and Out-Houfes at May, al rbr prefrnt Tr cant is to Eat his Crop upon the Pimlico, anal to lute the emeriti for the next Tenant, ;TH6 of Treabbot in the Pavia' of Whitfart in the County al Flint, conof about s i Acres of Arab
12 September 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold to the belt Kidder,

To be Sold to the belt Kidder,

On Monday the gth Day of Oaola..r next, haturen the Flours of Three and Six in the At.ernoon, fuojett to loth Conditions at be then and there 'reduced at the hioufe of Mr. Ri.herd Walley, at the Sign of the Golsen Lyon of the Highway-fid wAFleehold Etiate with good and fofficien
12 September 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
• .erred into —.it Week the Skellutbs4 a Man was dug out of the Foundstion of a Houk near Ballybbogh-btidge

• .erred into —.it Week the Skellutbs4 a Man was dug out of the Foundstion of a Houk near Ballybbogh-btidge

in she County . of Dublin. Caftlebar Goal, Two Men were apprehended and lodge for the Murder of a young Man near Monaghan, who was in Company with them. travelling to the Noah to buy Yarn. 'aw. 8. George Wefion.llq; Surveyor of Skerries, feized Cocks of Brandy and zo of Tea, whi
27 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
r inforcai, astiexpell to be more fame Brandenbourg, it is feared they may thin into Bohemia by Geirfdorff. In the

r inforcai, astiexpell to be more fame Brandenbourg, it is feared they may thin into Bohemia by Geirfdorff. In the

mean dohn is very wat and has lent Orders are ablest, to oin their refpetlive Regimen:s N D 0 N, 3a,. We hear thatt i neral Clive, (having tree from the Bath Waceri) on his return to Tr Tradefmen of that City attended him as far his Journey. CHESTER, Janata, To M— OXONI ' HAIL,
27 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO thi PRINTER tbr CHESTER COURANT. SIR, T give all Lovers of their Country exquifite Pleafure, to 'den on the

TO thi PRINTER tbr CHESTER COURANT. SIR, T give all Lovers of their Country exquifite Pleafure, to 'den on the

Laws that have lately been made for eliablifhing fuch a Body of occafional Forces, as will not only deter all Invaders, and in Time even prevent their very Threats, urn utcy cbu:e to become the Ridicule of Europe ; but alfo react the Number of our (landing Forces. tilde Regulaos
29 July 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
pay foal a with a Lc every Pales reran *kb steel Trot. oak Cellecten fe Wife awl* really,. The fagot

pay foal a with a Lc every Pales reran *kb steel Trot. oak Cellecten fe Wife awl* really,. The fagot

iely dcfervat.Ailoadverfao, fu the so be looked upon Gamblers. and Mooy-dpoppen. We bear will be !der to reader that Iniliuttion p eo ple as polsble. add a proper All l ilies of the Men whilli on Duty. A Privateer of no Goa is taken by the Start. 7ufl Irriv'd from L 0 fold by th
8 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Co Cour tbio tcafon,

Co Cour tbio tcafon,

And Exhibiting The State of the Vellieerent Powers at the Commencement of the War ; their Interefls and Obieels in its Continuation; and Remarks on the DAeafures, which led Great Britain to Viftory and Conqueil. Interiperfed with the Char-afters of the able and difinterefled Sta
12 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CONDIT I O N S.

CONDIT I O N S.

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12 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England