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J F k • ILLINEP ) From hi t Cardinal and Ribbon Warihottle in Broo4 Stria, Ho/horn, London, now at

J F k • ILLINEP ) From hi t Cardinal and Ribbon Warihottle in Broo4 Stria, Ho/horn, London, now at

the Sign of San, at the SIN% o f Mr,. Tyro, Ladies Shoemaker, &Puma Golden-lall,ct a..id Mr. Hand'', Cork Cutter, in Efilgat St et, aillir, di,' ing the Time of the Fair, ) i EGS Leave to acquaint 1 Ladies, Shop keeper., and Others, That he makes and fells in the newel 'Fade, al
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON. CHESTER, NASIPSVICH, STAFFORD. LITCHFILLV, and COVENTRY MACHINES On Sttil Sprints, in Two Days. to tar?, Four Pnfingt,t. SET S

LONDON. CHESTER, NASIPSVICH, STAFFORD. LITCHFILLV, and COVENTRY MACHINES On Sttil Sprints, in Two Days. to tar?, Four Pnfingt,t. SET S

out from the Swan with Two N cc ks Inn, in Lid Lane, London, every Monday, Wednefiay and Friday Morning at Twelve o'clock pr, cifely, liii:aktatis at the Sun, Marker-Street, Dines at the White Hoyle, Towceller, hus at she King's-(lead, Coverer lets out horn thence the next Morni
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I, From rfiLONDON GAZETTE,

I, From rfiLONDON GAZETTE,

I , From rfiLONDON GAZETTE, ITutfday, Septtmbtr 2Z, 1761. HI S day his Majelly King George the Third, and Queen Char- |'l_^.i£i lotte, were crowned in the abbey charch at Wellminfter, with the l__§[w_s*i-s silix>r^ ceremonies accuflomed upon that great ar'd glorious folemnity. KV
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL, Oaober 3.

HULL, Oaober 3.

Importt. Royal Fifher, Tho. Phillpot, from Iceland, with Cod-Fifli and Oil. Betty, Richard Daniel, from Rotterdam, with Brandy, &c. Vigilantia, Peter Duytf, from Amflerdam, with Wainlcot-boards, Whalefin, &c. New Hope, Ah. Mack- gillbn, from ditto, and Lincoln, John Shaipe, from
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be Sold to the belt BIDDE the D•wellixt Hoyle of Mr. lames being the Silo of :be Gorse IN

To be Sold to the belt BIDDE the D•wellixt Hoyle of Mr. lames being the Silo of :be Gorse IN

Ho lmes Chanel, is Ms Gamy of Cbefter, on Elramoth Day of November tax ettvixt the Hears e' Tam) Five in the Altman", 7 N Eftate of Inheritance in Wharton, Ain the Pardh of estrenham in the Cooney of Cheller, now kss to Thomas Evans, as the Rent of Thirty Guineas. The Hoofs Buil
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New~Street-End. r Vol. VIII. ] _r-c_-cs:o_o ?? TUES D A V, OBoher 6, 176 1. ?? N° 389 •&cSoo_co_oo_o.&cBcc's.
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The New Whole Duty of Man.

The New Whole Duty of Man.

Containing The Faith as well as ',settee of a Cults sT IA made ear) for the Priam of she prekno Age, as she Old Whole Lust of Man was delign'd for shore unhappy Tunes in which is was written ; and (applying she ARTICLES of the CHRISTIAN FAITH. which wanting on that hock. oho' Ef
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Corke, Sept. 14. Sunday arrived his Majefty'sfljipSeor. pion, Capt. Hallam. from a cruize. Same day arrived his Maiefly's Ihip Montague, of 60 guns, Capt. Williamfon, cor. o to a fleet from the Weft Indies. By this fleet, we hear, that Commodore Sir James Doug- las is extremely
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
V(134 X-1 A;4Te had AV.foss< Vas: VARN

V(134 X-1 A;4Te had AV.foss< Vas: VARN

V( 13 4 A; 4 Te had VARN kDAY's P 0 S from HOLLAND and FLANDIMS• Parrflurk Aug. Z. was brought luther the beginning of !ail now a prtioner in the citadel. EL A N D. Lail week died in Stafford ftreet, the right s lord Blaney. dean of Killaloe. His lordhonour and date by his brothe
6 October 1761 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EAST-INDIES.

EAST-INDIES.

Exiratl efa letter from New Fort, near Calcutta, dated Feb. iz, 1761. Some time before this reaches you, I imagine the news of the taking of Pono'cherry will be current in England. We heard of it here the 9th inft early in the morning ; and every gun that was mounted in the old
6 October 1761 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England