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place, the inhabitants or by Article VIII. The king of Great Britain !hall reftore to France the iflands of Guadalupe,

place, the inhabitants or by Article VIII. The king of Great Britain !hall reftore to France the iflands of Guadalupe,

of Marie Galante, of Defcrade, of Martinico, and of Belleide ; and the fortreffes of thefe iflands !hall b reftored in the fame condition they were in, when they were conquered , by the Britifh arms ; provided that his Britannick majeity's fubjeds, who fhall have *tiled in the ,
5 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Containing

Containing

The Flub as well as Prafthe of 3 Cutts ; made ra(y fur the Age, as the Old Ditty Aran at..defign'd Times in it written ; and hipplyin; she T:• of toe CHRIST FAITH, are Icarring that 1;44, 34.2' Effentially nectlfary to Salvation. WITH DEVOTIONS proper on feveral acaficm. A ND A
5 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LOT 11.

LOT 11.

Another Manage or Tenement in Bettws afnrefaid, called Orferld, is the Holding of C.kiwitlader Joncr o of the yc:aly Value of 211. ur then:- atrouts. L T 111. Another Meflloge or Tenement in Bettws aforefaid, called Vawr, in the adding of John Jones, of the yearly Value a 451. '
5 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
/it Titre Creditors o the late John Dav:ts, of Rtiddlan, in the County of Flint detested, are hereby delired to

/it Titre Creditors o the late John Dav:ts, of Rtiddlan, in the County of Flint detested, are hereby delired to

fend in their refpcilive Demands to his Widow (being Adminiflratrix of her Hufband) by the toth Day of September next, and every Parton that is indebted to the raid John Davies, are dellred to difcharge their Paid Debts without any further Notice.
30 August 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
travels along with the above Age, a jolly w.:11-made Woman, ft oni.'rooth before. s CASEY, alias MATTHEWS, iy Complexion, and

travels along with the above Age, a jolly w.:11-made Woman, ft oni.'rooth before. s CASEY, alias MATTHEWS, iy Complexion, and

grey Eyes. little round-feed Woman, fair Gon, and fumetimes a dads tars of Age, five Feet fix Inches ty Complexion, long thin like a Gentleman, with a Gold Man, a little pitted with the long Fingers, tall and flint, Lid ARDSON, alias HENDERSON, air, inclining to Tandy, and oftca
13 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
• 4 4 ..... . . (IV.] TUESDAY, February r 5, 1 763. N° • 13 74. ro the AUI'H

• 4 4 ..... . . (IV.] TUESDAY, February r 5, 1 763. N° • 13 74. ro the AUI'H

0 R. made of all flaps coming into the oert of London, and of Sunday there was a very numerous court at St. (tunes'_, all warrants of the cultoms in the laic. tort. at which were prefent all the royal family, and feveral fo- S I R, The king has been plcafed to grant into Richard
15 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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4 October 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
15, 1763•

15, 1763•

November Y, ter.o c Cotton alfo grows ►wild here in great an,. ...ern? and flax are lilcov.ife ►;:ry common. many rivers with w4ich Florida is watered render it fertile. The coaft is very flat, fandy, and full of thoals.: On this level lhore thcre are prodigious number, of order
15 November 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
?? ere the Full Powers, &c. granted h ?? f,hbcontra3ing Parties, to their rejpedive Plenipotentiary, for concluding tke ffinitive Treaty

?? ere the Full Powers, &c. granted h ?? f,hbcontra3ing Parties, to their rejpedive Plenipotentiary, for concluding tke ffinitive Treaty

of Peace. His Britannic IViajejty s run tower. r v o R G E R. i-^ EORGE the Third, by the Grace of Cod, K'mgo' Great Britain, France, and Ire- TT land" Defender of the Faitb, Dake of V-*P Brunfwick and Lunenburg, Arch-Trea- and Prince Eleaor of the Holy Roman Em- • Sec To all an
26 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
• EDINBURGH

• EDINBURGH

Extract of a letter from London. March 15. a The Lords yefttrday proceeded in the ciute veen John Mackenzie, E-q; appellant, and Col ?? Scott, refpondent; affirmed the decree. J a The Commons, in a committee, went thro' u n bill to punilh mutiny snd dcfertion Rea J a fecond time
19 March 1763 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland