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No. z6nr. [ Price Two-Pence. R•4ces thnt or. the Friday before, Mary CU& d was tieca it-3in the Manner above defcribed and whipped •Lines, and !tercel/ twice ; that on the St.....day before, they were locked ii: a dad: under the Cedar Stairs, wheie they had been frequently pet b
29 September 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD RACES.

WAKEFIELD RACES.

On Monday the 14th inftant, the 501. for Four-year-olds, was woo by Mr. Agar's brown Colt, Sheriff 5 t Mr.. Law's bay Filly, Camilla s a 2 Mr. Meadley's grey Colt 4 3 3 The Duke of Cleveland's bay Colt a dr On Tuefday the 15th, the Silver Cup, Give-and-Take, was won by Mr. Hardy
29 September 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
and Flanders.

and Flanders.

Parrs, lax. to. MI the Genevans, who, upon being fummoned before our Lieutenant General of the Police, refufed to fign the plan of pacification propoled by the mediateing are to leave Parts in twentyfour hours, and the kingdom within three weeks. Our troops in Corfica wait with
10 February 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SCOTLAND.

SCOTLAND.

Elinbingh, 7an. 18. Frei Peebles we are int that a Farmer in that neighbourhood had 4 late form, no let; than 100 Iheep, and chg . the Shepherd was, with the tarn dt difficulty, fav We hear confiderable. age has been ful-1 taincd by the bank orthe mon Sunday la;t. The ice came d
10 February 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
It Is timid/ell? *Potted, that two Proteftust Princes have agreed to fupport the,Corficans in their Liberty and Independency, by affilling

It Is timid/ell? *Potted, that two Proteftust Princes have agreed to fupport the,Corficans in their Liberty and Independency, by affilling

them with a numerous body of Formes, should affairs fo require. This morning an exprefs was fent off to his Excellency the Earl of Rochfort, at Paris. It is Paid the affairs of a certain opulent . Company will not be decided fo coon as was expeiled. We hear a bill is under confi
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Ihire ;*George Smith. for ; and Evans, for breaking open in the nighttime the houie of George Woodfor4 in that

Ihire ;*George Smith. for ; and Evans, for breaking open in the nighttime the houie of George Woodfor4 in that

city. The two fah are fince refpited for tranfportation ; but Jordan, 'tis thought, will Infer according to his fentence. James Bifhop, for healing four dozen of butter, dec. was branded, and ordered fix months imprifonment; Edward 1-folligg. for being concerned in healing 17 cw
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ND. I rant. [ Price Two-Pence. 1 )1. Right fchooner from the Rocks, building at Somer.• jellyts fet, on the

ND. I rant. [ Price Two-Pence. 1 )1. Right fchooner from the Rocks, building at Somer.• jellyts fet, on the

well:end of the island. ;cellar Yelltrday morning v••ere married, at \Vhito- chapel church, one William Griffin. a Jour- m, in neyrean Shoemaker, and Ann Mofs, a f-r- • : now want girl. About feves: .nnoths ago the par- vnex'd ties were out-ailed at the above church ;• bat y pro
3 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Saturday fe'nnight were committed to the Cattle at Lindner, one Urrnfon, a Blackfmith, and another man from Wihwick, near Warrington,

Saturday fe'nnight were committed to the Cattle at Lindner, one Urrnfon, a Blackfmith, and another man from Wihwick, near Warrington,

for csining guineas, which they had offered for fare at s. a piece. Yeßerday fe'nnight a terrible form of thunder and lightning happened about Ormflcirk, when a ball of fire fell upon Mr. Rylance's houfe in Chirch-fireet, in that town, and carried away the chimney and nate% from
9 June 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Alio at the above J. Bulkeley's is fold,

Alio at the above J. Bulkeley's is fold,

EWGATE-STREET ; where ADVERTISEMENTS Rates; likewife by R. TAYLOR, in Namptwidi Mangaar's Peruvian Pills, A certain Cure fur the AGUE and FEVilt, attended with the moll dreadful §ymptoms. WO ear \ hrue Doles of this malt excellent Nledicine, perfo m, a perk& Cu.e, the Patient be
9 June 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England