Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 9,819 articles

.7 a that alterations will greedily be made both pOttint Itcovery has been made of a competition, We hear that

.7 a that alterations will greedily be made both pOttint Itcovery has been made of a competition, We hear that

the minifter from the king of Proffitt will let in Lie and uthan houfe. hiswhic called and by which (hips bottoms may be out on his return home in a few days. And it is fait.: that the removals at the Excite will be fo preferved from rottenncfs and worms alto We hear that when R
8 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
li e • ~.... By the KING's ROYAL LITTERS PATENt Dr.FRAVNCE's STRIINGTA . MING ELIXIR. Which is a Chemical Preparedly.

li e • ~.... By the KING's ROYAL LITTERS PATENt Dr.FRAVNCE's STRIINGTA . MING ELIXIR. Which is a Chemical Preparedly.

eattaned (remake mot ' - and efficacious Fists. oushis ieria Medica: and is p er h aps great a Reflorative and Strengthener as Medicine can product. THIS ELIXIR is . adapted for the C ure of many FemaleTiiforders which the Fair Scx of all Ai da and Conßitutions are liable todwhi
19 July 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RIGINAL

RIGINAL

DROPS, T ELECTUARY, n Medicine, and Chemin, of rice in Surgery ; S and SEMINAL WEAKhowever contrafted Alfo for whether recent or of long of full and plain Infiruflions ny Part of the Body, particuous Ulcers in Ano ; Fiaulas, ,übo's, &c. Pains by Day or , Hyfteric and Hypocondria
13 September 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
and in as dirtAed, and that it had the moll happy eel, by w..rrning and comforting his stomach, and putting

and in as dirtAed, and that it had the moll happy eel, by w..rrning and comforting his stomach, and putting

hiln into a gentle breathing fweat ; fo that by tontilining to take two bottles regularly, he was quite cured,' and has not been troubled with that diforder ever fince. And further maketh oath and frith, that about three years paft, he was molt violently attacked with a tlrong p
12 April 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
f tbe Retrain's f Forcer on Expedition MAXILLA. • HE troops allotted for this enterprize were the 79th regiment, and

f tbe Retrain's f Forcer on Expedition MAXILLA. • HE troops allotted for this enterprize were the 79th regiment, and

a company of the royal artillery. The auxiliaries furnifhed by by the gentlemen of Madrafs, confided of 3o of the artillery, boo feapoys, a coMpany of Caffiees, one of Topazes, and one of Pioneers ; to which they added the precanous affiftance of two cowponies of l'ienchman, enl
3 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
P, WHEREAS by late AA of Parliament, all g Retail, are to renew their Licences ten Days before the Expirat'o,,Y

P, WHEREAS by late AA of Parliament, all g Retail, are to renew their Licences ten Days before the Expirat'o,,Y

of their refpettive Licenrus if they continue to fell Wine: And all Perf,,r,„ telling Wive by Retail without LiCCJICC, forfeit the Sum of One Hundred one half to the Iliformor. N. E. The Hours to grant Licences, or to receive are from Nile o'Clock till One, Ffolydays excepted, u
26 July 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Ne• 1315. r ya a te- Ne• 13115. dignity of a baron of the laid kingdom, by the and title

Ne• 1315. r ya a te- Ne• 13115. dignity of a baron of the laid kingdom, by the and title

of Lord Sr. Gebrge, baron of /faulty in the count e, of Rofcommon and Leitrim. [Gazette.] rrmad the Mails from HOLLAND and FLANDERS. Ord 16. A Genoefe privateer took out of awes!. ramous Corfican fea captain, and fent him to Bar- it is faid, he was hanged. In reriwn for which i
17 May 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
fult or the conferences at Hubertfburg, as it affords an opportunity to do fomething in favour of the houle of

fult or the conferences at Hubertfburg, as it affords an opportunity to do fomething in favour of the houle of

Saxony : Their rich benefices, Liege, frcyfingen, and Rntilbon, may form an eltabliihment for prince Clement • and thus the king of Poland might be better difpofed to accelerate his accommodation tith the king As to this klutary work, a letter from a good hand renews the advice.
22 February 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Co be folta to the ben 15E ter,

Co be folta to the ben 15E ter,

Co be to the ben 15E ter, At the Mule J. Brcel, in Banbury, tie County cf atflr, on Fti.fay th Seventh Day I ns Oa • the Boort of Tee.: and S..c in s4e alfterno,n, ALeafetiohl } :fate in u aforefaid, of the yearly Value of Forty Seven Potindc, con(ilLog of Two bliffo,ges, Stables
4 October 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
•~

•~

30 August 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England