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Legberx, Feb. 28. A letter has been re-, ceived here from a Corfican at Macinaggio, of which the following is an extra& : " Our Commander, after having taken all the necefrary meafures for finking a blow, caufed to fail from this port, in the night between the 16th and 17th, fou
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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,agli lurid( law

31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ICI-LARD DAR WELL, late • Foreman and Dretra to )4i. DICAS, (who has work'd in (even! Capital Shops in London,

ICI-LARD DAR WELL, late • Foreman and Dretra to )4i. DICAS, (who has work'd in (even! Capital Shops in London,

via. Mr. Grunter, (Lucen's-*rat, Golden-Stowe, Meas. Gaff and Lansot, ciupert-*rat, Lek:Am-Fields, Mr. Wrathes in Qteen's-ftitet May-Fair) begs Leave to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen that Mr. Die as has taken List Into Partnerihip in t he Ruhnefs, which they carry in all its B
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Ljtt, And entered upon immediately, ALarge well-built Brick J-loufe, fituatc in Hawarden, in the County of Flint, of

To be Ljtt, And entered upon immediately, ALarge well-built Brick J-loufe, fituatc in Hawarden, in the County of Flint, of

four Rooms on a Floor, with Brew-houfs, Stable, and Garden, thereto belonging, and with or without Seven Acres of Land that lies very contiguous thereto. N. B. The above Houle wat intended, when built, far a Public Houle, but would be very fuitable to any' Te.' nant mcfinable to
31 March 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Cbe£*^3tofelttgewer.

Cbe£*^3tofelttgewer.

N° I*¥ TUESDAY, March 31, 1767. Printed by GRIFFITH WRIGHT, at New-Street End. [Vol. Kill. ]
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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SIR, TH E Free Examination, &c. pag. 138. infiiltingiy afketh this queftion, asfup- pofing thefaclto be undeniable: " Did Cran* " user's confcicnce mofl religioufly conform " itielf to his Monarch's lulls and cruelties ? '« a quellion which the members of the " eftablifhed churc
31 March 1767 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To be fold, together or Immediately private Contrail, or if -which timely - Place nitre, he given in this Paper,

To be fold, together or Immediately private Contrail, or if -which timely - Place nitre, he given in this Paper,

A Copyhold and Lands, called Teiu Trees, J Msrthewram, the Parifh Halifax, and County >' crl fmiate one Mile and a Half from the Town Halifax of John Barjlow, Jofeph Lee, and John Acirovd, die year!)' of about 401. Alfo two Freehold aD Lands, AJik'cs nerds, Shelf, the Parifh, tw
31 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
For the Benefit Mr. R. Wainwright, the THEATRE, in MANCHESTER, On Thurfday the fecond of April 1707, will be perform*d,

For the Benefit Mr. R. Wainwright, the THEATRE, in MANCHESTER, On Thurfday the fecond of April 1707, will be perform*d,

A CONCERT of Focal Injlrumental MUSIC the beft HANDS thefe Parts. The Vocal Parts by Mifs Ratcliff, and Mifs Wood. ACT Firft. ACT Second. An Overture, with Trumpets and An Overture with French Horns, Kettle Drums, by Handed. by Abel. A Song die Oratorio of A Song. A Lelfon on di
31 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, 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
 
To be Sold Auction, At the Mr. John Yates, the Sign of Black Bull, in Blackburn, tht County of Lancafter,

To be Sold Auction, At the Mr. John Yates, the Sign of Black Bull, in Blackburn, tht County of Lancafter,

and Wednefday the and 6th Days cf May the Sale to begin precifily at Onee'Cloci in the Afternoon of each Day, JitbyeS to Conditions fall be then and there predated, TUESDAY'S SALE. Lot ift.nrHE Fee Simple and Inheritance, all that Mefluage and Tenement, with the Appurtenances, c
31 March 1767 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England