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Co &Met ibto %Won,

tie Crea at Tone, near Stifnah, in tie Of Sakp; TSUI a Mare ' and gay a C• own ri: Gr on; tie Moll to at Static Door, or before tin Mani art takes from Graft, LIGHTNING. Late Mr. BY WE LL TO M. Free fro. Natsral Do hereby Certify, That Dywell otherwife Lightning, was got by Cade
22 March 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ildcrmen, Went in the city Coach to St. James's, to addrefs his majefly on the late peace : there were

ildcrmen, Went in the city Coach to St. James's, to addrefs his majefly on the late peace : there were

only eleven coaches followed the Rate coach. They met with but indifferent treatment as they palled along, and fomc of the bells we re rung muffled. Wednefday two letters were ' diiPerfed throughout the city, re. the firft from the fecretaries of nate to Mr. W. in anfwer t o the
17 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TUESDA Y, February 22, 1763.

TUESDA Y, February 22, 1763.

watch and money in his pocket, but that he had fpent all among whores, fold his cloaths, and bought piftols to go on the highway. That he had been out with intent to rob fevcral times, both on horfeback and on foot ; but the fear of committing murder had always prevented him fro
22 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
to be (boll to the bett 113itinc0, 0.714 day the Fir, Day of March, 1763, at the Dwell of Owes

to be (boll to the bett 113itinc0, 0.714 day the Fir, Day of March, 1763, at the Dwell of Owes

kenboldes, known by :be Sign of the Boot, in the f C.,rnarvon together, er is tie following Lott, a Parcel of OakTitaber, fit Jr Ship- Builtbng, or other now onark'd and growing Elate, is the Cow yof Merionetb, all suitbitt a Mik of Tradlitawr, axe tee Nortigabk River Aberglafel
1 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH PLUTARCH

BRITISH PLUTARCH

0 R, BIOGRAPHICAL ENTERTAINER. Being a felca Collation of the Lives at large of the moil eminent Men, Natives of Great Britain and Ireland, from the Reign of Henry VIII. to George 11. broth inclufive; whether ditling,uith'd as Statefmen, Patriots, Warriors, Divines, Poets, or Ph
7 June 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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30 August 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
the Dorktfts're4su::•i.‘ that mm-.. tnese ••es with.fuch mud dexterity before his majetty ;v wu o wing to t h e

the Dorktfts're4su::•i.‘ that mm-.. tnese ••es with.fuch mud dexterity before his majetty ;v wu o wing to t h e

cue. Drill, and judgmen• of the adje. This new exercife is fo different and painful the en, that one of them lately Paid be would ratner do g than undergo fuck difficulties, which was callc4 n ; and he *as fentenced to receive Soo lathes. We hear that a certain lord, who is goin
13 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
it, x.70,- be ...a-, e.deodt b/ r acthe acciu obferl'yout 25 deg. rata. to 39 North iatitode, Mid it's molt

it, x.70,- be ...a-, e.deodt b/ r acthe acciu obferl'yout 25 deg. rata. to 39 North iatitode, Mid it's molt

to dcg. min. Weft longitude lit'. length being nearly tOOO Englit': mil , • Dot the y s ..:I,able. They extend it on the North Apalach, in.. , antains, where it is very narrow, and make the river .',,tuniiha the boundary hetweep it and Georgia, by which tt '.v • !min the whole c
15 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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15 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Co be loW to the Weft I}3itiDet,

Co be loW to the Weft I}3itiDet,

A tie Dwelling 'kith cf Mr. yofifrb Lawrence, lorwn by the Sign of the Raven in lkratolloniy, in the Gamy of Salop, on Saturday the orb D a y o f next, banyan the lbws of Two and Six the CAI in the 'Viewer:74n c[ the fame Day, the following ?remit/is, either together or in float
15 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England