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lion is totally and thole wh •)r their conftitoc , for them in Pa, m. of money to thole 4

lion is totally and thole wh •)r their conftitoc , for them in Pa, m. of money to thole 4

t: purpole, and, contin,. ' it ;hale the fervants who receive ey, , ,ssa. they the matters who pay it ? Wherefore. ite, it is a doubt with me, whether Memb,--, - f Par. liament are not at this time the f Frennial mailers, instead of fervants, of the i.Jeople ? and can fervants h
21 February 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be 561 d the Deft Bidder., On Thurfclay the 4th Day of January, 1770: at the in Wrexham, fubJiM.to

To be 561 d the Deft Bidder., On Thurfclay the 4th Day of January, 1770: at the in Wrexham, fubJiM.to

the Conditions to be then and there produced, t FODUj Hundred and Twenty- Nine Trees, marked and numbered, gni tins is Marchwiel, in the County of Denbigh, in • taw Holding of John Dunbasand. Lot a. Four Hundred and Ninety-eight 'Oak Trees, marked andpumbered, on a Farm in March
5 December 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Let,

To be Let,

And entered upon at St. Andrew's Tide next. 'ALL th de two Tenements, with the Demefoe and other Lands thereunto belonging, in the I with of I Imaannan, in the County of Denbigh, ca led by the Names of Beidiog uch.lt and Beidiog ail, confiding of frreral Hund•ed Acres of Land, a
1 August 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
'ItTERE. Whether any . i Gentlemen were a part lall Jury, which Ist on the :larks, ten weeks alter his

'ItTERE. Whether any . i Gentlemen were a part lall Jury, which Ist on the :larks, ten weeks alter his

b John Ranby. "I) eant Cmfar Hawkin s, Hoof Da. Middleton , Pennell Hawkins, ISurl William Bromfield, N fam'd St. George's Fi fell ; At Brantford Clark his ceiv'd ; 'hen Englifh annals !ball ii Thefe were not murders ; licy'd ? - - - r Monday Nigh This day arrived a Mail Lilton,
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
In all its Branches.

In all its Branches.

Containing an Authentic Account the Ltvirs, AuvrATvaEs, TRIALS, EXECUTIONS, and LasT Ovine: Sr 'acmes of the MOST NOTORIOUS MALEFACTORS, of all Denominations, whohave 6a:red for Bigamy, Murders, Riots, Forgeries, Perjury, I Sodomy, Highway-Robberies, Piracy, Starving, Houfe-brea
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Notice is hereby given to the Gentlemen of the MOLD CLUB, That their QyARTERLY DINNER will be at the Black-Lyon,

Notice is hereby given to the Gentlemen of the MOLD CLUB, That their QyARTERLY DINNER will be at the Black-Lyon,

on Tuefilay the ath Inilant, March. Edward Jones, Prefident. N. B. The AlTile W.ek o.caCons the poilponing it from the (as before advcrtifed) to the 288th,
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A. R. P.

A. R. P.

4. A Tenement with 4g a 9of Land, or thereabout, called Nell. odd Wen, in the Occupationof John Pritchard. 2. Another with called Berth. 3. Land ad o s s called Bryn y Pup. per, both occupied by Hugh Griffith. 4. occupied by John Highs. S. A Tenement with 4 • 8 willed Pen Pont y
7 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IT Maredanes Drops.

IT Maredanes Drops.

Maredanes Drops. To Mr. NORTON, Surgeon, Golden-fquare, Lent o " . SIR, Donneraile, Feb. s 6, 176 9 , Have at the Satisfoition of informing you, th it I am pertedtly recovered from my late 11Ineli by ing your Drops. My Difotder was as follows: Abou t the rte of March, sy67, I was
7 November 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
At the THO;

At the THO;

25 April 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Tliurfday Night's Poll. A M E R I C A. Netttort. Rhode liland. 'lsms 3. HERE is in town a

Tliurfday Night's Poll. A M E R I C A. Netttort. Rhode liland. 'lsms 3. HERE is in town a

fample of cloth, made by a young Lady here, which is equal in width, finenefs, and goodnefs, to an 4 Englifh plan of 6s. Ilerling per yard, but coil, with every charge upon it, not quite 3s. 9d, lierling per yard. By the bell calculation, there is more wool railed in this colony
8 August 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England