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rsni . ‘r% Load' aid Cheater MA Winter Seafoit, To carry -Six P A S S out float the Swan witk London, every Monday. Wed' from the Talbot. and Mr. Hart's, at Tuefday, Tburfday, and Saturday ford both op and down Each Pallet te r to pay tw o Pounds two Shilhi Weight of Luggage, all
3 November 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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27 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
• of Pomfret, aged 63. She was daughter and heifers to. the L lord Jttieries, and grand-daughter to the famous

• of Pomfret, aged 63. She was daughter and heifers to. the L lord Jttieries, and grand-daughter to the famous

chancellor that name. We hear the is to be interred in the parifh church of Towcelier, nesr the remains of her late contort. By her lady_ {hip's death a fortune of 3000 I. per annum devolves upon the prefent earl, who yefterday let out for the country to give orders for the fune
22 December 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
at as K and Tenenients fitoate in Holt, in my of Denbigh, viz. Tenement held by Thomas Rene et 441.

at as K and Tenenients fitoate in Holt, in my of Denbigh, viz. Tenement held by Thomas Rene et 441.

'Cr, , at 141. Morgan, al 0. mean 1 tme May be had of Mr. Jones, ham. or of this laid Mr. John Mayes, . 1. tsubliihed, Price I !. 6d. 3MBER IV. edicatioe. Preface. and Index to Ftrft Volume. and the Tem OF II E . 9 s MAGAZINE; R. k's and SOUCITOR's SAL LIBR AR Y. g many other Pa
22 December 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be S. 0 L D,

To be S. 0 L D,

To be S . 0 L D, At the New Barn in Cavfmvorth afar Atacchtfield, between tbr of Taco and Five in the Afternoon, on Wednefday the 18tb Doy of February next. ALarge Parcel of Wool and Oak B A R K. now growing within the bilanon,of Gawfworth and Bofley. AL L Perfons who are indebte
27 January 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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WEEKLY C o [IX.) TUESDAY, May Ruf is fr Elm ews, ,arttl nent Batta ['rife and Prot Coy uo Cc

WEEKLY C o [IX.) TUESDAY, May Ruf is fr Elm ews, ,arttl nent Batta ['rife and Prot Coy uo Cc

ag ong, n ton; Vhat then ? ought, by Ate babutrir. d: I'. fn. T. 's PO ; nd ETT E, May noctal Governor) lATION. Writs have bet ieet and to be h t 9th Day of Mt fit to fignify his :Hamm be put c ing. We do thi d Parliament be Tuefday the 23, and Temporal, at ifcharged of their y
19 May 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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he(sikl>.l o A i(E (• >OM 1 )1 11. h't 1 1.4 Z MU v A 'a .P OS T. From the LONDON GAZETTE, 4. :Aire 26. 0M E P etentiofs of the Erna King's Houkhold Troops. as well as the v,oient Rains have fo much re carded the Niarch of Prince soubift's Army, that it was :he 23d before the EL-
7 July 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
gh;rell-.• nera . P.a brat Scher.ites, • in order to attack t ra oe liege of Colherii; at. t in

gh;rell-.• nera . P.a brat Scher.ites, • in order to attack t ra oe liege of Colherii; at. t in

great want both of p•ov lion Nc:•. 3. I. —gypt, oe.sfioned by an augment..• • •eming in all the rats of the empire The Eng'•lll amnia-tor hath declar. t. ter, out of .yard to the Grand Signi to a Frenci , • igate to go from Toulo • '•om •hat ifland io Conftantinople the was carr
15 December 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be S 0 L 1),

To be S 0 L 1),

At Frew. 0 Britn't, Merchant, in the it'attrgate-Strret. Chisice Parcel of Cognack Brandy, which will be dtfpos'd of by the Ho d, or any Quantity not lets than two Gallons. Chtfier, April 6, 1761. UNERAL Efcotcheons, A tchievements and Arms Painting in General, carefully p,Aform
5 May 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AIAERICAN NEWS.

AIAERICAN NEWS.

Part of a Letter, dated Halifax, Nowa Scotia. jay t 5, 1761. Gnat numbers of Indian* come in daily ; we had the other day at the governor's farm, the grand ceremony of burying the hatchet, with tome of the Indian kings, and many of the chiefs ; and on our fide the chief juflice
10 November 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England