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H E Game, particularly Grume, 11 in the Manors of Sir Williams Wynn, Bart. in Denbighthire and Montgomerythire, fusing been

H E Game, particularly Grume, 11 in the Manors of Sir Williams Wynn, Bart. in Denbighthire and Montgomerythire, fusing been

much destroyed, if any Unqualified Person does hereafter kill or dellul any Game in the faid Manors, he will be prolecuted slid it will be taken as a Favour if all Qtaalified Gentlemen be obliging as nor to Ipore in the faid Manors till the Game is 'enured.
27 June 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
STRAYED;

STRAYED;

From the Ya . ch. in Chefler. on Thurfday the 22d of June, N Old Brown Mottled Pointer Citch, the left E)clath torn, when 101 l had a Cord round her Neck, and anfwers to the Name of Flounce. Whoever will brung the lame to Mr. Hart, at the Yatch atorcfaid, (hail receive Half • Gu
27 June 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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DA ell ing-Houfe, Bowling-Green, and Two Orchards, fhume at Dos-Side. in the Ch,r--t, r, now, in this Kfluffinn of Jahn Ryd,s.—Ano Lk, two who, Daglling Hoof s, a Orcnird, no,r th,. Nawgat:, in the I..id Cis y Outfit, in :ha Votioffion of John Forretter and John iiarkey. knqui.e
16 September 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I young Gentleman of fortune. Bigamy, in intermarrying with tit wife being living, was taken n Southwark, and gave bail

I young Gentleman of fortune. Bigamy, in intermarrying with tit wife being living, was taken n Southwark, and gave bail

in a zance to take his trial at the be holden at Kingllon, for the rry. utcher at Coggefhall, in Raiz, wherein were found thirty-nine lere teen by many people. )RD CIRCUIT. in Perrot, Mr. Jullice Yates. re, March 25, at Gloucefterfhire, seller, the fame day, at the City, re, Sat
24 February 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CO N D 0 N, March 29.

CO N D 0 N, March 29.

CO N D 0 N, March 2 9. negle gab.. fee:, We are told from Paris. that that City only, brit% the Months of November and December, had fent 2317:4 Marks of Silver Plate to the Mint. The Value they fet on it is from 56 Livres to 54. Livra 4 fob per Mark. All the Cavalry that are to
1 April 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
•ihonlderand '6 • I , the ferrets of the eanfederarf to theelMinifters, and brings very heavy charges obliged to quit,

•ihonlderand '6 • I , the ferrets of the eanfederarf to theelMinifters, and brings very heavy charges obliged to quit,

when the Mob levelled every perfons who were appointed to take vire of Cleared out of the Port of Chefler. pease of either fex, not even to their wives or home to them. lam perfuaded they were well thing to the grout*, and destroyed all the him, one of whom, however, (the B ea d
26 April 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I R E L AND.

I R E L AND.

Dublin, May 3. The fuppofed French mentioned to have been Peen off Dungarvan, proves to be a Fleet of Falling Boats. with two large FA India Men, homeward bound, which accidentally in with them. A Mailer of a Ship who arrived here lalt Tuefday, fays, that he met our Fleet at Sea
13 May 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Where may be had,

Where may be had,

The Sn-much fam'd Pitent Ointment for the ITCH, hich etteCtually cures it at once ufing, without any Inconvenience to the Patient, Price ,s. 6d. the Tin Pot. likewife the Tincture which never fails cuing the Rheurnatifm, Gravel, Stone, Cholic, and the Piles, Price aI. the Bank.
23 August 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To COVER this Seafon,

To COVER this Seafon,

At Oat Gannon and Half a C.renvn, to paid at tbs Stablt Door, H E Chefnut Horfe, formerly call'd LITTLE DAVID, afterwards LEGACY : He was the Property of she late Sir Waikin Williams Wynne, Bart &coned; but is now in the Hinds of John Hall, of Ofwi.ftry, in the County of S.lnp.
19 February 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England