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°r 'oche ERNsi PRINTER, nothing~`4'fti HERE is which the generality of mankind t a hh r lo h T e

°r 'oche ERNsi PRINTER, nothing~`4'fti HERE is which the generality of mankind t a hh r lo h T e

e yd.lt m a l u k c o lt i ff itaka a en , f v.hn •e Government: s are t ob e vious e t r o e e t ve e ry e on!, o bu i t t few can trace its caufes; moll en having indigetted ideas of the nature of , attribute all public mifcarriages to the rruption of mankind : they think the
April 4, 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
contain the TRUE VOICE of his fubjetts that he had been imputed upon by artful defigning men ; whole only

contain the TRUE VOICE of his fubjetts that he had been imputed upon by artful defigning men ; whole only

view was to recommend themfelves to a (hare of the public revenue, and of the plunder of his private finances. Thefe adclreffers, the moment they efpied a real danger, were the first who deferted the Royal Caufe ; and the inßant they law the independent part of the kingdom (who
April 4, 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GOODS STOLEN.

GOODS STOLEN.

Thurfilay Night, the 2 5111 Intl a Pack of Woollen-Cloths t crc taken Gtf a Node at or near Ch%e-Green, Middlo‘ich and Winstord, in this County, belonging to William Hewitt, of Waverham. Whoever will give Information to the Owner, In that the Paid Goods may be hrd again, or of t
June 5, 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ties, ken 'as

ties, ken 'as

June 5, 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
W A N fl, As an Appanage a Grocer in this• City. AYouth of good Character, who can write a

W A N fl, As an Appanage a Grocer in this• City. AYouth of good Character, who can write a

Hand, underhand* Accampts a yaws Mae, who bean aesallotned to levee in a Drowses &bop, Wins wen reconwneniad, will meet with Amiable at Printer's hereof.
September 8, 1767 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
the placed it Macenfor

the placed it Macenfor

March 28, 1769 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BALSAM of HONEY,

BALSAM of HONEY,

rot Co!d - , Coughs, Afthmas, and Confhttptions, ef'a. Willed by the Stacefs of many Years. Co:Jr are rle Root of all llitindcri. TINCTURE of CENTAURY A Stomachic Bitter, that give, a knithy Appetit, ail found Digeition a certain Cure fur all and Di of the Stomach.
January 26, 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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February 21, 1758 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
~. A large Affortm . To be AT Me'llnes, , I=l:chew, t lici,;. „, W. B. W.B. by Gallons chcitc

~. A large Affortm . To be AT Me'llnes, , I=l:chew, t lici,;. „, W. B. W.B. by Gallons chcitc

lri& . elieitor, Dec. 20. A SCHOOL. WANTED, A LAYM N, whn and a Gramma'. - of Drobigh. there taus, tap. [cc A nn. and upw. h, with the by the that will be ▪ Ncighbourhuod, wil l l M ate a c ootirable laconic. Aatlicitioo to made to johrn. of Gwainy▪ Yyi Twice or the laid EnJowtn
January 2, 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be bold,

To be bold,

A Very handlomc well-bread HUNTER, his co..Nr fix Years old, fitteen Hands d a half High, and perfeflly found. He has be,. Icon ed one Seaton. and a At to carry fourteen Stone after any Pack of Fox - Hounds. For P.,rtuctilare Enquire of Mc Hatt, of the Ya'ch Inn Cht Fier. PTV be
January 2, 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England