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RISE OF LQttiZfTtC&TS. TU£ very unparalleled Benefits that are be gainea in the present English Lottery, have caused great and

RISE OF LQttiZfTtC&TS. TU£ very unparalleled Benefits that are be gainea in the present English Lottery, have caused great and

unusual a demand for the Tickets and Shares, that those who hare not already purchased, willmajce a considerable *avi»g, laying out their money immediately a circumstance which ' MR. NICHOLSON, 1,. ' V o ' CORiqiILL, LONDON, (opposite THE BANK OF ENQLAMI) apprised the public of
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Harp in, Conway,' on Monday the 27th day -of January, 1800, atfour o'clock

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Harp in, Conway,' on Monday the 27th day -of January, 1800, atfour o'clock

in the afternoon, ALL that capital MESSUAGE or MANSION, called Bum dda,"with convenient Offices' l and Outbuildings, and about Acres of rich Land, in the parish of Gyffio, within two milts of Conway, now in the occupation of. Mr. Hugh Willi*nfc, under a lease which will expire a
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
- JO Bfi SOLD~BY AUCTION, 1 At the house of William the Hawk, in * " renbury, the county oJ'

- JO Bfi SOLD~BY AUCTION, 1 At the house of William the Hawk, in * " renbury, the county oJ'

Chester, Thursday the day of January, 1800, between the hours of three and six in the evening, subject to condi-1 riOns OAK TREES, 15 CYPHERS, 55 ASH, CYPHERS, and 1 ALDER. The above timber is exceeding sound and good (the ■ principilly maiden) and grows upon an estate holding o
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BAtA HUNT. I HE GENTLEMEN .Neighbourhood, JL the FRIENDS of die fraifeot, are requeued to meet the 28lh iiwto .?

BAtA HUNT. I HE GENTLEMEN .Neighbourhood, JL the FRIENDS of die fraifeot, are requeued to meet the 28lh iiwto .?

. WM. DOI7LBEN, , B. the VVlM>Uti no—Ball and Supper, the. Bull's-head. )-■ . Hotuids turn yi the morning. it* 3, 1900. STRAYED, SATURDAY NKJHT ' FROM »IK WHITE LRG.G'S, ASHLEY, Dark grey WELSH MAKE, three Tears old, and a «le?d« Uighlbay FILLY. ioe»er may have the »»i*a, .a»d w
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WROTE ON A BLANK LEAF IN THE SORROWS OF WERTER.*' IMMORTAL BARD ! may thy pathetic lines, Whc*e Nature, deck'd

WROTE ON A BLANK LEAF IN THE SORROWS OF WERTER.*' IMMORTAL BARD ! may thy pathetic lines, Whc*e Nature, deck'd

by God-like genius, shines, Whose every thought the,pang-pierc'd soul commands, Profanement never meet from vulgar hands ! hence far hence, ye breasts genuine steel, Whom Heav'n, in wrath, denies the pow'r—to feel; Let none thy page peruse, who cannot share Thy Werter's passion,
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HIGH WATER At Liverpool and Parkgate the ensuing week. Morn. Even. (Height. | January* Friday 11 24;16 Old 12th day

HIGH WATER At Liverpool and Parkgate the ensuing week. Morn. Even. (Height. | January* Friday 11 24;16 Old 12th day

Saturday 18 3 18 15 Char. b. d. Sunday 19 4 47 21 S(J S. aft. Epipb Monday 5 Tuesday 7 46 13 Wednesday 8 21; b<>. 11 Vincent Thursday ij Oliiiil. Tr. beg.
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
READING, Saturday, Jan. 18.

READING, Saturday, Jan. 18.

We have this day to congratulate the public on the Anniverfary of the of our muchbeloved Queen, whofe in> rcafe years has been marked by the augmented attachment her fubjects. On this Occafion, the Reading Volunteers paraded in the Forbury, from whence they marched into the Mark
January 20, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WW (Ms and .. . - Incomes AS feveral of linall independent .', boaid from their circur.ifUnces-in times . quale

WW (Ms and .. . - Incomes AS feveral of linall independent .', boaid from their circur.ifUnces-in times . quale

to the ex pence? ; Lady Gentleman would willingly grant Board and Loo gratis, any real Gentlewoman A defcription, would tine the charge ri' (mall family, and conduct with the fame and fidelity as it were her own ; and the would b« treated kindnefs M tent ton, and r.e: . refpect
January 20, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HENRY CREW, BRICKLAYER AND PLATSTERF R, REGS leave inform hi? friend; in particular and the public general, that he his

HENRY CREW, BRICKLAYER AND PLATSTERF R, REGS leave inform hi? friend; in particular and the public general, that he his

taken a houfe at MAIDENHEAD, Berks, where Jit; intends carrying the above branches with punctuality and difpatch. the Tame tune he takes this method return his molt thinks the Noblemen and Gentlemen the Br and its vicinity,, for the many favours already conferred on hnn, and min
January 20, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
A extraordinary Cure SPILSBURY's DROPS. A boy about three years old, fon mine, was afflicted, the age of three months,

A extraordinary Cure SPILSBURY's DROPS. A boy about three years old, fon mine, was afflicted, the age of three months,

with moft violent fcorbutic eruptions In his face, which afterwards Spread all over him, and Which refilled variety prefcriptions from faculty, confequence of which purchafed of Thomas Wright, the Printer of this Paper, three bottles of Spillbury's Antiscorbutic Drops, which hav
January 20, 1800 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England