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ASSIZE OF BREAD.

ASSIZE OF BREAD.

The following' is the assize price of for this city (after having been baked twenty-four hoars) which took place ; and lie in force levcn Jays.— The the Wjnchefter. buftiel and baking s.' r lit ex di. The peck loaf . . 17 ti Ditto household, .... ,■ . 17 7 The lulf peck loaf whe
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FEMALE CONSTANCY. OR, THE EFFECTS OF POETRY.

FEMALE CONSTANCY. OR, THE EFFECTS OF POETRY.

(From a Paris Journal) POETRY or music, which or the two possesses the most influence on man ? It difficult to decide upon the superiority either. It is known what weu by tUe litter tT* fingers and Amphion,ajid the effects which produced thro' the organ of Tirtaeu*.— Neither are
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Spotting Intelligence.

Spotting Intelligence.

NEWMARKET THIRD OCTOBER, OR, HOUGHTON MEETING. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. Mr. C. C. Smith's h. h by John Bull, 9st. heat Lord Milsintown Whitethorn, lOst. 71b. D. I. 50gs. ( to 4 on Bull. I Mr. Heattoote's Popinjay, beat Mr. Wyndham's c. by Woodpecker, out ol Platina, Bst. each. R. M.
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
At our market on Saturday lad, the average price of grain (Winehefter meafure) was as fuiiows :—Wheat Us. Oats 6s.

At our market on Saturday lad, the average price of grain (Winehefter meafure) was as fuiiows :—Wheat Us. Oats 6s.

Bsd. —Nant- the latin? day, Wheat 14s. 6d.— Oats 6s. 8?d —Stockport, baturday fe'iiiiigiit, Oatmeal (is. fid. Friday lalt being the day appointed for the election tif Corporate Officers of this city for the year enfuinsi, John Meacock, Efq. was Mavor; Mr. John Cottrreave and Mr.
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FORTUNE TELLING.

FORTUNE TELLING.

I'll whisper prediction thee, and thou shall pro- j phecy." Love for Lovr. consequence of private information received Mr. Ford, that foreigners, residing street, near and-street, knowledge oi science, or, in plain terms were foriune-leliers, Revett, one the stieet was sent, on!
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Cftc Cftronitlc. October 31, 1800. MARRIED. Lately, at the Collegiate Ciiurch, Manchester, Mr Vittory, of tl.at town, Miss Elizabeth Frith

Cftc Cftronitlc. October 31, 1800. MARRIED. Lately, at the Collegiate Ciiurch, Manchester, Mr Vittory, of tl.at town, Miss Elizabeth Frith

of jf'iandley, this couniy. DIED. Thursday se'nnight, the 59th year of her age, most deservedly lamented, after long and painful illness, which she bore with christian fortitude, Mrs. Eliza. Demith, wile of Mr. W. of Little in this county. In her were ceniered lamiliariiy, kindn
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Flintshire Freehold Estates. ! f TO RE SOLD BY AUCTION, s At the Griffin, in Mold, Friday the 21st clay

Flintshire Freehold Estates. ! f TO RE SOLD BY AUCTION, s At the Griffin, in Mold, Friday the 21st clay

of! » next, between the hours of three and four i o'clock in the afternoon, in such lots shall then ' s agreed upon, and subject conditions, SEVERAL FREEHOLD ESTATES, in the parish of Hope, now in the respective holdings of Fde ward thel, Thomas Rowland, Widow Peters, Rirhs aid
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The only office that has sold two prizes of 30,000 Pounds in Shares. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK & CO. Last State-Lottery, No.

The only office that has sold two prizes of 30,000 Pounds in Shares. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK & CO. Last State-Lottery, No.

'26,883, the first-drawn ticket, day, a half,, a fourth, and two eighths shares, j Lottery, 1791, No. 15,507, in sixteen sixteenths, 30,0001. Since lotteries were first established, there have been but three Thirty Thousand Pounds, divided and sold in shares. The above were the
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AND ML' ROISARTS STI'LOWM - Ma wf*cturers to Mujcsty ' THE ROYAL FAMILY, HA\ F. honor most re'oectfuHv tr,-, NOHII.ITY

AND ML' ROISARTS STI'LOWM - Ma wf*cturers to Mujcsty ' THE ROYAL FAMILY, HA\ F. honor most re'oectfuHv tr,-, NOHII.ITY

.iihl GKNTRY, IT"".! '' K . ~avlng m* iwiiote ~n the t>li.- u, tions their Manufactory .■MUSI.INS,,njio sell ,n,„ IIU ARr,c r 'RV ; BARTS & I'LOVMAVS MAN Ufa CTr }•'•'" jWitaouuhe least claim to Mrs it or 1 ! a:e compelled to the Not.ility, &c ' " the o::iy one capable (real Cit
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO EE SOLD, \ Very neat London-built POST CHAISE, no worse than new.—Letters Mr. Mackintosh, coachmaker, in Wrexham, will attended

TO EE SOLD, \ Very neat London-built POST CHAISE, no worse than new.—Letters Mr. Mackintosh, coachmaker, in Wrexham, will attended

to. DESERTED From bis Majesty's Royal Flintshire Fuzileer Regiment of Militia, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, private soldier, '23 years of age, feet eight inches high, well made, fresh complexion, little pock-marked, brown hair, and grey eyes. PHILLIP HUMPHREYS, Private soldier, years of age
October 31, 1800 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England