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CHESTER, ANgull 19.

CHESTER, ANgull 19.

CHESTER, 19. Sir Waikin Williams Wynn's CYCLE, which is appoints to be on Monday the zith of this lolLant, is &fired to be pu otf 'till farther Notice, for Reafoos which will be communicatec to the Members at their r•ext Meeting. Lalt Saturday Evening died a Batchelor, (at his Se
19 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Monday Night's POST.

Monday Night's POST.

t_? No Mai l s yet arrived. From the Evening-Posts, Auguft 16. AMERICA. Extratl of a Letter j'rom Charles-Town, South-Carolina, June 4. F"^sV^_ bave now little material to advife you of, but ■^ T the increafing misfortunes of this poor colony, •§£ %■ w ' l ' c^ ' s now fbrrounde
19 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
■f^fff "^n jl ■ I^W, 118 Mill gTT F ?? WHEREAS Information has leen mate, that Jeveral Perjons not qualifitd,

■f^fff "^n jl ■ I^W, 118 Mill gTT F ?? WHEREAS Information has leen mate, that Jeveral Perjons not qualifitd,

do enter into the Lai.di in the Lcrdjhip of IYI iddlei on , 1. tht County (if Yoik, and clan- dtflinly Take, Kill, and Defray tbe GAME therein : This is therefore to give NOTICE, To any Perfon that mill difcover fuch Offender or Offenders, fo as he or they may be brought to Jufl
19 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
By ill KIN G's Royal Letteh patent.

By ill KIN G's Royal Letteh patent.

By KIN G's Royal Letteh patent. THE LIQ_CID SHELL for the .S TON and AV ft, which ha, Thoufands th.d sher,with, peil.ll.d of fu , h m bk qualities, th.,l it enters she Pores the :nose:, dr s with 'acid Ott and Salts, ths.ir prim.tplv Ctmenr, their loheflon, to that they etiFolve,
19 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
the : Thai which he to the their not were the he woult! that • Oflic, had t Iror e

the : Thai which he to the their not were the he woult! that • Oflic, had t Iror e

.xh the . cot r., and eforc ')N lcials, • r ent Tll Is J 0( s 'b 11th 1 1. 4 'V. t,0., I , F I in Solis. .115 . 1 of the Sc the Fort; E. hem : That o Time among ward, and o heir Canoes al n which he to "'Lk e was a great sic urn the ['tiro ark to the Poi v. t their Tribe ; °mild
19 August 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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LONDON, August 12

LONDON, August 12

LON D ON, August 12 Noivvithllamling the great Advantages jull gained over the French, it is reported that they are in Pofleffion of the City of Caffe!. The French, upon meeting with Rcfiftance from the Troops in that City, immediately fired in with red ho: Balls, which Fire to f
19 August 1760 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHIP- N E W S.

SHIP- N E W S.

Ex trail oJ a Letter from Pcrtfmouth, AuguJ) 12. " Yeflerday came hither Sir Edward Hawke, and hoifted his flag on board the Royal George, which (hip is ready tor fea. 'Tis expected he will fail in a day or two. " Admiral Rodney will fail the firft moderate weather to refume his
19 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Thursday Night's POST.

Thursday Night's POST.

*■$> Not having room in our laft for tbe following Letter, which gives feme further Particulars of tbe Battle of tbe lift of July, vie hope it will not now be unfeafinable. _C_*v of a Letter from the Marquis cf Granby to tht Earl ™ U J of Holderneffe. My l*ri, fSt>%*S&L T > s wi
19 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY. NEWS.

COUNTRY. NEWS.

Plymouth-Dock, Auguft 10. Laft Night the French Pri- foners at Old Mill Prifon broke out, by digging a Hole under the Wall, and about 150 made their Elcape; and this Day there have been about 60 of them taken and brought back to Prifon again. Theyconfulted their Meafures well, a
19 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Leeneo, 3tigu& i 9.

Leeneo, 3tigu& i 9.

On Tuefday laft died, univerfally regretted, the charitable, good-natur'd, affable, inoffenlive. Gervas Smith, Gent bon ofthe late Mr. Smith, Alderman of this Burrough Wa hear that on Tuefday lalt, a certain Great Man, by his Agents, paid the Sum of One Thousand Pounds, to Mifs
19 August 1760 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England