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. WEE KLY CoU RA TUESDAY, July 4,176 r.

. WEE KLY CoU RA TUESDAY, July 4,176 r.

14 July 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
corated with roustains of Rofe Water; but one in particular bad a remarkable fine one. There were above 900 Perfons

corated with roustains of Rofe Water; but one in particular bad a remarkable fine one. There were above 900 Perfons

there, and the Expence amounted to very near loco I. It is Paid there will be another lnflallation of the Knights of the Bath before the Coronation, fo as to make the Number of that honourable Order amount to 6z. • Saturday died at her Houle in Hill-Street, Berkeley-Square, the
9 June 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TRUTH PREV AILETH.

TRUTH PREV AILETH.

CREST:72;:.. Anted by ht. i z. ADA Ms, where Adverti[ements are taken in. Hereas I WILLIAM HARDYMAN, (Sonr (fnr to R. Staples) of London, have without Foundation publ.fh.d. and cauld to be and diiperted, an of this Kinp,rliam, and parti-u:4 It Ct leb Poulton, f in Willi t.onkf N
28 July 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be SOLD,

To be SOLD,

On the t ttb Day of Foray, next, the Hoerr of Three and Six of the ark iw the at tbr Dwelling Hole of Mr. Spotter, hitt the Sist:(lse George in Wbiterh in the Gusty of Salop, THE Water-Works foNufplying of the raid Town of Witchurch with Water together with the Engines, Ciliate,
20 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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21 July 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ovc) Saturday lafl, abort Eleven o'Clm k in the Frye-4 0 noon, a Fire broke out here, and burned till

ovc) Saturday lafl, abort Eleven o'Clm k in the Frye-4 0 noon, a Fire broke out here, and burned till

great 4 Violence till between Seven and Eight in the Evening; when it was happily extinguifhed, after having confumed a Church and about forty Houtes ; amongst which were foetal handfoire Brick Buildings. The Emprefs went Yellerday to Czar vain, but is to return to Town on Frida
21 July 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A Vilipper- in, that ha# been ui a of Fox-Hounds. that is not ahem eleven Stone, d can r .

A Vilipper- in, that ha# been ui a of Fox-Hounds. that is not ahem eleven Stone, d can r .

well, and hove a good Chanter, any Parton fb qualified by apply Fromil cop!' we learn; that things io oneertaits ing so Mr. Daniel Smith in Chelter. Of so Mr. 11-billies Melds. in •fituatton the * ret gad that the Mufti has been difplaced, and bs- Nordswich, may hear of a Place.
3 November 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
( vu!. ] , ... ~..._ of d* EVENTS in Nff le. AUGUST. et TH E French and Saxons took

( vu!. ] , ... ~..._ of d* EVENTS in Nff le. AUGUST. et TH E French and Saxons took

Munden , and made an Irruption into Hanover. 3. The French took Bentheim. 4. The King of Portugal publiffied an Edi& for all Ms Subjefts to quit Rome in two Months. 4. Ludgate, Aldgard, and Cripplegate begs to be pulled 4. Prince Henry of Pruffia relieved Breflau. Tie Freadiaird
17 February 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

New-Yak, Alatch 30. A Letter from RhodeAllard, dated March z 3, 176 t, to the Owners of the Letter of Marque Ship Duke of Cumberland, of this Port, Capt. Cregier, Pays : " With infinite Satisfaaion, I lzy hold of this firfl Opportunity of congratulating you on the Duke of Cumber
19 May 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I R E L A N D.

I R E L A N D.

Dahl, May 6. This Day the Poll for elekling two Members to reprefent this City in the enfuing Parliament was clofed (being the 3th Day) when James Grattan, Efq; Recorder, and Charles Lucas, Efq; were declared duly eleaed. The two returned Members were carried in Chairs to the Pa
19 May 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England