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' • • yea '• - • • DA S •' ..1 r, - • P M.) , UESDAY 7

' • • yea '• - • • DA S •' ..1 r, - • P M.) , UESDAY 7

7, .1761. N°. 12 77 . +++ for about 4o of them jumped over-board when the Boats boarded ftruck his Pickaxe on a Slope. The Earth being removed, th'y Cirewt o f this paper and the the Vainquer ; and so Men were found wounded on Board. The imagined, from its Size, drat it was a Ro
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CRICKET will Cover this Seafon for Half a Guinea each Mare, and One Shilling the Groom, at the n:ar Denbigh.

CRICKET will Cover this Seafon for Half a Guinea each Mare, and One Shilling the Groom, at the n:ar Denbigh.

c 3 HESTER; Printed by EL Iz. AD•Mil l where iftivertitements are taken in.
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
NOTICE is hereby given, THAT there is to be fought a Main of Cocks between the Gentlemen of Staffordfhire and

NOTICE is hereby given, THAT there is to be fought a Main of Cocks between the Gentlemen of Staffordfhire and

Darby(hire. at the Crown Inn in Stone. for Tcn Guineas a and One Hundred the Main, to weigh 4: Cocks on each Side. and 20 Aye-Battler: To weigh on Monday the 27th Day of April. and so fighs the three following Days,i.., DAVISON and Furless: ) wOOLEY. 5 THE CTC L E being expired,
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Saturday Night's POST.

Saturday Night's POST.

From tb, E V EN I NG - POS TS, April z. COUNTRY-NEWS. ExtraS ef a Letter from Newcafiie, Marcb 28. I&osSssL £ are all pretty quiet and peaceable hereabouts 3-3-i" W$-_ now a 2 a ' n - 'ho' three companies of our mili- V-f jfl! tia were ordered to Hexham this morning, to <w^v£*£
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTRY.NEWS.

COUNTRY.NEWS.

COUNTRY. NEWS. Ingonty ,n Cornwall, March 1 ; . An foine of our Tinner* were lately employed on anew Mine, oneofthem accidental^ llruck his Pick-Axe on a Stone. The Earth being remove they imagin'd from its Size, that it was a Rock 1 but fon*.' Characters perceived on a moreclofe
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of YORK. TJAving been encouraged by a numerous Ap- J, J

To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of YORK. TJAving been encouraged by a numerous Ap- J, J

pearanct of cur Friend,, at tbe Mating btld btrt thi. Day, to offer eurfelvt, at tbe nixt Gentral ?? at Jeint- Candidatt, tt reprefient thit County in Parliamtnt, we beg Leave te offer our Services, and intrtat tbt Favour of yonr Fetes and Interefis. If wt Jhall bi fe fortunate
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON, April 4.

LONDON, April 4.

It was yefterday reported that a Congrefs was agreed to be beld at Augfburgh, a free city in Suabia. L. Chr. Thurfday and Friday fifty large colliers were taken up in the Government's fervice. It is faid they are for a fecond expedition. Information has been received, that Princ
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To COVER this Season,

To COVER this Season,

At the treat Bell at Toag. star Shifaall, its the County ofSalop; a 12 .s. an./ It! (:..m ; the . 'vcar t: be phi • err • /ex . /ion Graft. LIGHTNING: Late Mr. Fenwict.' , BYWELL TOM. Free from all Natural Bleminses. 1 her. certify that Li. Tom. otherwife LIGHT nby Cade, his Dan
7 April 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SHIP-NEWS

SHIP-NEWS

Extraa of a Litter from Pertjmoutb, Marth 29. " On Sunday our grand expedition failed from Spithead. The tranfports failed through the Needles under convoy of the frigates ; the fhips of the line are to meet them as they fail round the Ifle of Wight. The fhips of war are as foll
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LCCDCO, 3pttl 7.

LCCDCO, 3pttl 7.

This Day, To-morrow, and on Thurfday, the Duke of Rich- mond's Regiment of Foot, quarter'd in this Town, at Halifax, Wakefield, and Bradford, march for Reading in Berkfhire. Tbe undtr-mtntiontd Ptrjens claiming tht Benefit ef tbt AS lattly pajfed for Rtiitf ofi Insolvent Debtors
7 April 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England