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Tuesday last, after a short illness, Mr. Phoenix, the Angel Inn, in this city.--- He obtained and merited esteem of

Tuesday last, after a short illness, Mr. Phoenix, the Angel Inn, in this city.--- He obtained and merited esteem of

a large circle of friends. At Stanwix, aged Mary, the wife of Jol.n Carruthers. woman l>ore ten eliildreu four births, namely, 4, 3, and I At Ormslirk, after long and tedious illness, a -<d 63, Elizabeth, wife of Jlr. llliam Boningham, inukeeper, that place, much and deservedly
November 27, 1818 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WANTED, Middle arjed WOMAN, as a Dairy Woman, and House-keeper, to a farmer, who can bring a good character.—Apply to

WANTED, Middle arjed WOMAN, as a Dairy Woman, and House-keeper, to a farmer, who can bring a good character.—Apply to

the Printer. CHESHIRE, TO WIT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Th at an adjournment the general QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE, for the county of Chester, will held Nether Knutsford. in and for the said County, on FRIDAY the -it!i of DECEMBER next, at twelve o'clock at noon. By the Court
November 27, 1818 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BE-OLD BY AlJCll US, -J} MR. THOMAS LEWIS, the Glvniie Arms Inn, the county Flint." on Friday the .lav November,

BE-OLD BY AlJCll US, -J} MR. THOMAS LEWIS, the Glvniie Arms Inn, the county Flint." on Friday the .lav November,

at lour o'clock the afternoon, subject condition' . Bv virtue of a writ of Fieri Facia*. I,IN fl Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at Westminster; the following lots: Tfflß LOT f. "B LL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE \ Garden, and Stable, situate in Church-street, in the town of Ha
November 27, 1818 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WANTED, WOMAN SERVANT, capable of Waging. Baking. and Plain Cooking; she must be an industrious, clean jierson, arid produce a

WANTED, WOMAN SERVANT, capable of Waging. Baking. and Plain Cooking; she must be an industrious, clean jierson, arid produce a

good character from her last place.—Apply to Mrs. Gilbert, Runcorn, (if letter, post paid.) 7 Surgeons, Apothecaries, &;c. Wants a Situation, \S an ASSISTANT, a Young Man who has been actively employed in extensive practice for several years Letters (post paid) addressed to the
November 27, 1818 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
of ( harles /. (ficom the r.w monthly magazine,) piper the Lan*d.awne MSS. the British Museum, the c irctunst ince

of ( harles /. (ficom the r.w monthly magazine,) piper the Lan*d.awne MSS. the British Museum, the c irctunst ince

espectmg the unfortunate Chailts the First, »nd one of favorite couttiers, the youthful ~«ceuipli bed who wis stain in skirmish, in which had rashly unnecessarily the day be.'bre the first battle of Newburv. About tins tine there fel the King an accident, whi- h, though a triile
November 27, 1818 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, Wednesday, July 14, 1841.

LONDON, Wednesday, July 14, 1841.

H 9': zett . e of yesterday docs not contain L official appointment. The Par* papers from Friday to Monday inclusiv h.t\e reached town. Tho Munitenr publishes the ofthebndget of 1842, in which the expenditure i JMO 143f / Vl tln<l the recei i' ts ™Ihc,l a J,!(»(),f»i..5,14Jf. ,
July 19, 1841 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM AND DERBY JUNCTION.

BIRMINGHAM AND DERBY JUNCTION.

DOWN TRAINS. PI>PA * Binningh. Hampton. Tamworth Burton. Derby. •• A.*. 145 A.M. A.*. 240 A.*. •• -• ti 45 A.*. 7 5 A..M. 745 A.M. 821 A.M. I) A.M. A.M. 15 A.M. A.M. il 10 A.M. 11 4«» A.M. 12 15 P.M. " 45a * >i 0P P.M. 158 P.M. P.M. 315 F.M. •• p.M. p.m. 425 P.m. 5 0 P.M. 530 p.
July 19, 1841 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON, Saturday, July 17.

LONDON, Saturday, July 17.

fllE Paris papers of Thursday have been received. 2 The publishes the official notification of the signature by the French Minister at London of the final protocol and convention relative to the Dardanelles aj>d the Bosphorus. The citv of Toulouse remained in tranquil state ; M.
July 19, 1841 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S POST CONTINUED.

WEDNESDAY'S POST CONTINUED.

Royal Agricultural Society ok E.vrlaxd. A monthly meeting of the Council ot this Society was held the inst. &ir John V. B, Johsstose, Lart. M.P. the chair the following members were likewise present The Hon. William 15. Baring, Sir 1 Francis Lawley, Bart., Sir Charles Lemon, Bur
July 19, 1841 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

(From the Mark-iaiw Kjrprreis Monday, Julj 14 Although the weather has since our last undergone decided improvement, the temperature having been warm and genial, and the rain that has fallen not character to do injury even to the Wheat plant, still unfavourable reports continue
July 19, 1841 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England