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Wednesday Night's Mail.

Wednesday Night's Mail.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty-Office, Jan. 15, 1800. CL bics of 10 Admiral Lnt-widge. KcmcG», Dow net, Jan. t, 1800. YOU w'll pl« fed to hearof my having boarded and taken the French privateer r Le Renard, mounting four-poundtrs, wi,h fi»y- ,ive men » J ean J ac q ue Crmmti
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Tuesday Night's Mail.

Tuesday Night's Mail.

<London, Yeftcrdsy'taorningTaris Papers weft received. The intelligence i» the impurUutyut ttf their cottrfrfß. Notion or operiliafcof porta nee bat eitle* in Italy, Switzerland, or the Rhine. The French - remain maters Genoa, but hare removed their head-quartan to Anhtes, on ae
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FOR THE CHESTER CHRONICLE.

FOR THE CHESTER CHRONICLE.

CmstEK, I*o. WHETHER the termination of the eighteenth century took place the of December last, whether it will not take place till the 31st of the present year, is a question (though eagerly contested, and variously decided) which appears to me only to admit the following solut
January 17, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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
 

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- 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
 
V Sr 5 l * the London Committee tor the l><:r n, t,niY ea ti'itig Infirmary, held the Pace’s Head

V Sr 5 l * the London Committee tor the l><:r n, t,niY ea ti'itig Infirmary, held the Pace’s Head

3"tDec. 1790, tw * hanks this Committee be given Dr. Frampton, 'he * nd humanity, has ihewn inaueodobjeQs that have been under his cate. h»i the rzrr~A s,te » for the'ir fitm ‘bi Committee given to the Surgeons at , attention to the poor objects under their R *folv t d, the Rati
January 17, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England