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eleition of a new Mayor, that none who ha. been, or thotild be Mayor thereafter, fhould refume, or be admitted

eleition of a new Mayor, that none who ha. been, or thotild be Mayor thereafter, fhould refume, or be admitted

Mayor by Leven years next be fully complete after the completed his Mayoralty. We hear that the military gentleman was he made his elcape„ was thoufand, fix hunclsgd and It is certain that he above leave to fell 'his commitliosta.' moderate computation will thoufand pounds ; thi
10 October 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
We readily own, temptations to enfnare do thicken all around you. Invention i s p ut o n I the

We readily own, temptations to enfnare do thicken all around you. Invention i s p ut o n I the

Ilretch to deprave your minds, to vitiate and debauch your tapes. Numerous, fhock- ing examples, even among the higher ranks and orders of the people, are before you. Gallantries and debaucheries, not only among the unmarried, but among the married a:fo. Now fcandaloully common
5 December 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
0 R. T If E

0 R. T If E

Harmony of Love and Wine. Conhaini of a droll Ciliation of Songs in High Humour is t Fy are lung by the Votaries of Bacchus arid Venue, as well as by the Sun, of the Chace. and by the Bucks, Bloods, Ceniuftes, Spirits, sad other Fellows of High Fun and Good Felhiwfbip, includirg
5 December 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ins who have any Claims upon the real or perfonal E nate and ICHARD SWAN WICK, l_te of Courtly of

ins who have any Claims upon the real or perfonal E nate and ICHARD SWAN WICK, l_te of Courtly of

Salop, CornfaElor, de:ofend an Account thereof to Mr. t Pima-farm ' near Wem, in' the . Samuel Bic kerto n, at Alkington, arefaid (the laid Mr. Swanwicle t Dewey, Attorney, in Whittlila that the fame may be difeharged. wet anyway; indebted to the laid hi• Life-time, arc required
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
This Day is publithed, In Beautifully printed, Price is. 6d. bound in Red, For the Ufe of YOUNG GEN I

This Day is publithed, In Beautifully printed, Price is. 6d. bound in Red, For the Ufe of YOUNG GEN I

LLMEN and LADLES, being much eflecineo In .11 SCHOOLS, A New and Accurate Spelling Dictionary : TEACHING The Part of Speech and Pronomiation of every WORD and SYLLABLE in the ENGLISH TONGUE, And d'getbed in a rational and rafy Manner: Kith a Lift of proper Names of Men and Women
25 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Mifs HARRISON

Mifs HARRISON

Takes this Method to inform her Friends, THAT the has lately taken a Houle, and fet up a School at Northw ich, at the Entrance of the Town, on the Chester Road, in en open Air, and pleafant Situation, where young Ladies may be Boarded, taught and inftrufted in all Sorts of Ncedl
18 July 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
't . STAMP-OFFICE, Lincoln's-Inn, London ) June 30, 1769. THE Commitlioners for managing his Majeny's Stamp-Duties, no hereby gi,e Notice,

't . STAMP-OFFICE, Lincoln's-Inn, London ) June 30, 1769. THE Commitlioners for managing his Majeny's Stamp-Duties, no hereby gi,e Notice,

Thcre will be Attroidance every the Wise. Licence-Office, (rune Half un.Hour after Eight of the Clock in the Morning 'till One in the Afternoon, (Ho- Ldays este:pied) for granting Wine-Licences. Awl whereas the laid Commiffioners hare received Information, chat dirt..s Perfons f
18 July 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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9 May 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
*Tet y large bonfire, and 3 platform or it pieces itteannon, were fired every half hour, and tile company who

*Tet y large bonfire, and 3 platform or it pieces itteannon, were fired every half hour, and tile company who

di n ed with his Lurdfbip was the molt numerous and gen. 'alerts fern in that part of the country on the 1!..e carton, f, that nothing was to be leen but mirth, tiltiy and jay. Lat"l.turfday, in purfuance of public notice, there numerous anceting tit the Eledors and Inhabitants
17 October 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Let,

To be Let,

_A Large and convenient MetThage or in Lower-Brldge Street. in the Cite ot Chettcr, late in the Holding of Mrs. Mary Hunt, deceako.
17 October 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England