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R. Alexander Hatfield, Wakefield, Winc-Merchant, having given over and his Stock Trade to Meffrs. LINNECAR and MAXFIELD, takes this Method

R. Alexander Hatfield, Wakefield, Winc-Merchant, having given over and his Stock Trade to Meffrs. LINNECAR and MAXFIELD, takes this Method

return,ng his Friends Thanks, and begging Leave to recommcnd to their future Favour, the laid LINNECAR and MAXFIELD, who carry the Bufineis in the fame Vaults and the faid Meffts Linnecar and hereby allure their Friends, who /hall .be to favour them with their Orders, that thev
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, 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
 
HULL, March 19.

HULL, March 19.

HULL, March Import:. Scmale Varen Wende, Tjeerds, from Weft-Friezland; and Norwich-Mcrchant, from Honfieur, both ballaft. Exports. Berry, J. Hall; and Liviathan, Thorns, for Greenland. Watfon, J. Sharp Triton, J. Wright; Hoghton, J. Terry; and Ruftord, R. Mc'Fariand, tor Riga, wi
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TV/TRS. DAWSON's BOARDINGIVI SCHOOL in DtJar-Lane, Lesss, Young Ladies are genteely Boarded, and carefully in all Kind Neeiir-Wo:k upon Terms.

TV/TRS. DAWSON's BOARDINGIVI SCHOOL in DtJar-Lane, Lesss, Young Ladies are genteely Boarded, and carefully in all Kind Neeiir-Wo:k upon Terms.

, The Young Ladies are alfo iliftrucled in the following Languages, viz. and French, grammatically} Writing, Arithmetic, and Modem Geography, withth® Ufe of the Globes ( thefi Articles arc taught by Mr. Put man, and his Afliftants,) Drawing, Mufic, and Dancing, able Mailers. Mrs
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To Sold to the ft Bidder, Ck the 9 th of this M", March «7«P. ot t Howe Mr. Henry

To Sold to the ft Bidder, Ck the 9 th of this M", March «7«P. ot t Howe Mr. Henry

Dewliutft, .» the ii»>i George, in l-«k, in the C.unty e y Statfoid, lifwixl the urs f two and fire of tie Llo,k ,n the Afternoon, ju'jeti t: fuel Conditions if Sale as frail he then produced, SEVERAL Lots very fine Oak Timber, ft for any I Ic, containing in tbc whole fight Hund
21 March 1769 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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[ Price Two-Pence. ] who are the chief fupporters of the throne ( lie middling people) to infinuate the lead

[ Price Two-Pence. ] who are the chief fupporters of the throne ( lie middling people) to infinuate the lead

(titpicion of their difloyalty ; and is the only fiep, if purfned, that will the minds of the people with a jealoufy, that if the Court can obtain fuch addreffes, a: that of the county of Effex, from other parts. and from London in particular, that they will then proceed to the
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ATJERE. Whether uny of b.,. Gentlemen were a part of the argeona t a il Jury, which frt on the

ATJERE. Whether uny of b.,. Gentlemen were a part of the argeona t a il Jury, which frt on the

body of :larke, ten weeks after his burial ? John Ranby, Serjeant Surgeons to the Cmfar Hawkins, Houfhold. Da. Middleton, Pennell Hawkins, iSurgeons Extra to William Bromfield, the Perfon. N farn'd St. George's Fields young Allen fell ; 'At Brentford Clark his mortal wound re- c
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold to the bell Bidder,

To be Sold to the bell Bidder,

On Seurday the 15th of March 1011. at the Dwelling- of Hugh 10ne..., the Harp, in Conway, TWO Hundred and Ten Oak Trees, now Rending, marked and numbered, in the Parith of Guffin, in the County of Caroarvon, one Mile Difkance of the River Conway. N. B. For further Particulars en
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold, At the Houk of Mr. George Ellifon, the White Lyon Inn, in Stockport, in the County of

To be Sold, At the Houk of Mr. George Ellifon, the White Lyon Inn, in Stockport, in the County of

Chefter, on Friday the 7th Day of April next, at Three &Clock in the Afternoon, according to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, "THE Fee Simple and Inheritance of all that Meiluage, Farm, and Tenement, called the Lane-End, containing upwards of Twenty. three Chefhire Acre.,
21 March 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Sunday's and Monday's POSTS.

Arrived the Mail from France. Warfawy Fsbruarj xB. HE nth of this month the Sieur it? Malezewfki, at the head of 1500 men, appeared before the gates § of Czenftochau, and demanded them to be opened; the inhabitants however only allowed Malezewfki himfelf to enter; but while he w
21 March 1769 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England