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60,. 00 lo,soo 59 1 ,g0e .---. at to/. ezch, 1 , 1 Oco,o N. B. Not nee !flank and Circe garters to a Prise. The Prizes to be transferable Annuities, at the Bank of England, bearing; per Cant. per Annum. The molt Money paid for Prizes at there Offices, at as drawn. • The relent P
4 August 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the PR IN

To the PR IN

Corrsiptio HE Con( others, for mail of the C the Fre A Peopl fro, when they pay no T themfelves think right, Laws but what The And fuch is the Conti 'The People cannot be ta: to any Laws, bat what their content to by their Parliament; and their Re Honour, always confult Intereft
7 July 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
N. B. The Prem,ict in each Lot

N. B. The Prem,ict in each Lot

of greger yearly Value than the prefcni The Premiks to he [hewn by Richat Trot yr Aron. ABOUT Three Th. Worth of Oak, Ails, Poplar, 'frees, chiefly Oak, Part thereof in Minfbull-Vernon, in the Coin E.rdfwick Hall, in the Tenure of Ano,her Part titan Elton in Hartford, ty, in the
24 February 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
JAMES PHILIPS, (LateHork-Breaterin the City of Chefter) Rep Leave to acquaint the THAT he ha.s taken the Dorfet&ire Yacht, near

JAMES PHILIPS, (LateHork-Breaterin the City of Chefter) Rep Leave to acquaint the THAT he ha.s taken the Dorfet&ire Yacht, near

the Two Mills on the Heath, on the Parkgate Road; which Houfe is now fitted up in a commodious Manner, luitable for the Entertainment, of any Perfons who lhall ideate to favour him with their Cuftom, and AIMS such, that they may depeni on meeting with the moll civil Ufage, and t
10 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A MIR IC A. D•t. 24.0% Frida7 let his Excellency our Governor gave his affent to twenty ails pallid this

A MIR IC A. D•t. 24.0% Frida7 let his Excellency our Governor gave his affent to twenty ails pallid this

kfion ; among which were the following : An aft further to continue an aft for guilting to his Majelly the fevers! duties and impofitions on goods, wares, and merchandizes, imported into this colony. An aft for paying the falaries and fervices of the feveral officers of the gove
10 February 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PHILIP CROSE, of Wrexham, in the County of Denbigh, Shoemaker, having affigned over all his perfonal Ethic and Effeds to

PHILIP CROSE, of Wrexham, in the County of Denbigh, Shoemaker, having affigned over all his perfonal Ethic and Effeds to

Mr. Thomas Patton, and Mr. Robert Richardfon, of Chefter, and Mr. John Jackfon, of Wrexham aforcfaid, three of his Creditors in Trull to difpofe of the fame, towards fatisfying themfelves and all other his Creditors, rateably and in Proprrtion to their refpeaive Debts s All l'er
9 June 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
'l'o be Let for a Term of 21 Years, And entered upon immediately, AWell-accufiomed Inn, known by the Name of

'l'o be Let for a Term of 21 Years, And entered upon immediately, AWell-accufiomed Inn, known by the Name of

the Queen's Head, is Macclesfield, in the County of Chefier, together with ao Statute Acres of Land, or thereabouts. The Owner propofe• to make great Improvements in the Houle, and other Buildings, agreeable to Plan taken for that Perpofe ; and for the Encouragement of a good Te
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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22 September 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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'l . o_ So.d, AFreehold Meffuage and Tenement k noa - n by the Name of lying in the roirrithip of Segroit ucha, in the Parish of Llanrhaiadr, in Kinsmen h, in the County of Denbigh, in the Val: of Cl, id,--akin' NtiLa of the Market-Tcwn Den Sigh, and four from Ruthin, of the year
22 September 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Yeiterday arrived a mail from France.

Yeiterday arrived a mail from France.

July zo. A trial will loon come on in this city, fur a crime of the molt horrid nature: A young woman, very beautiful, Lorn of honed parents, tho' not rich, became the objett of the criminal &tires of three young men. Each had feparately attempted to reduce her, but nithout Incu
18 August 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England