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Letters are come to Bohn from Niagara, dated the soh of June, in fix days, which is the quickeft paffage

Letters are come to Bohn from Niagara, dated the soh of June, in fix days, which is the quickeft paffage

ever known, and mention as follows, viz. " The fchooner from Detroit arrived here la t evening, which they left the of May, the mailer Pays, Detroit was invefted the 9th of May by the Windoits, Catawabas, and other tribes of Indians. That Mr. Fifher and his wife, who lived out o
23 August 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A L S 0.

A L S 0.

JOF MOGFORD, of the Parifb of Sempford, Arundale, in So.. at, ire.' are, f army, w; lot (even T.ars tormented in a moft grievous P. rover with the Cholic and fever° Pains in his Stomach, astended Jcith Griping', bre and tuck many M themes withow race,,. ing the . !ad Reliefs whe
18 January 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
lets than four hours it e6n- Hither adjoining to it. Sevenrain, fix tlables, and five tan. the furniture, grain, forage,

lets than four hours it e6n- Hither adjoining to it. Sevenrain, fix tlables, and five tan. the furniture, grain, forage,

effeds, and four perfons.dioit norning colonel Don Edward lifpatched by Don Pedro Ceyrcs, with the agreeable news of St. Sacrament, belonging ad was immediately admitted who was desirous of having s of the expedition and liege, ltat part of the world. Buenos Ayres le.irned Chit
19 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
POST. ,rd the Mail frost Hou.stoth tatiflon, April 1. i of Ruffia and the k;ng Pruffia sded an alliance, by

POST. ,rd the Mail frost Hou.stoth tatiflon, April 1. i of Ruffia and the k;ng Pruffia sded an alliance, by

which they colt each other with 1 men, third two thirds foot ; upon condition, liethat if Ruilia Ihould be attacked by Praia than furni(h a rum of money ey have alfo engaged to fupport the )offellion of Courland and Semigalia ? A Poland thould become vacant, they t native chorea
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
n Ge, rge and Male ir . Prepared, SILK S, LINE For RIDING•DRESSES, &c OIL cL Manufaitured by MARY Ronal.

n Ge, rge and Male ir . Prepared, SILK S, LINE For RIDING•DRESSES, &c OIL cL Manufaitured by MARY Ronal.

Woolen-Drape And made /'TREAT Coats, Maar Cloaks, Plain Ladies Capuchins, &c. &c. of a tome fuperior Properties to any Thing of thin, and fa pliable, as to admit of held crumpled into any Form or Compafx, witl an improvement of her late Hulhand's that though pliant and gentle, y
26 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AMERICAN NEWS.

AMERICAN NEWS.

Ny 15. An exprefs arrived laft ni ht inchelter, with a letter to the governor dated the t fir inflant, giving an account that all the inhabitants of itampfliire, intimidated by fome &talking parties of Indians, who have murdered feveral families thereabouts, had left their houfe
6 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
to be %oil] to the bigbeft Witanr,

to be %oil] to the bigbeft Witanr,

Pthe Heti( of Mr. john Watkins in .Neflen, in the Hundred rf IVrrall, and Ctfrunty Cbefter, on Afctiday the Fifth Day cf September 1703, itt , ween the if Three and Frye in the Afernoon, A N Fibre of Inheritance in Nets, in the Pariih of Neflon aft , A confi!ting of a fubfrantia
6 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The TRUE ORIGINAL

The TRUE ORIGINAL

JESUITS DROPS, And ROYAL PATENT ELECTUARY, Made by R. ROCK, Licentiate in Medicine, and Chemin, of Forty-fix Years Praftice in Surgery ; OR the Cure of GLEETS and SEMINAL WEAKNESSES, in both Sexes, however contrafted: Alfo for curing all VENERIAL COMPLAINT:, whether recent or of
6 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
97 ,38 5

97 ,38 5

19 July 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
re the Author of the London-Evening Pod.

re the Author of the London-Evening Pod.

SIR, THEnegotiation of peace between the two contending parties being broke off, each fide pre preparing for a vigorous winter campaign ; the one will aft upon the defenlive, whilft the other, it is laid, will, from different quarters, make the molt furious attacks. They both gi
13 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England