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ANGE-14ALL I of will be performed Vocal and Infltuincalal S I C. by Mr. 0 R M E. oral Infirmary

ANGE-14ALL I of will be performed Vocal and Infltuincalal S I C. by Mr. 0 R M E. oral Infirmary

are now .makin% up idcd. at Lady- May, 170. the Sub'At Subkriptions for that Testy, ate into this lianas of Mr. Robert , or to this firraralCorrciponduats in mary, at Chatter, April 18, 1755. lbat the Anniversary Meeting of 'will be held on Twelday the and F, it'd.' to this Chte
April 25, 1758 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER; April 5.

CHESTER; April 5.

On Wednefday Tall, is) the forenoon, the mayor and corporation, in their formalities, with the deputs 1 , aid, rode to all the ufual publick places in the city, and :her. read his majelly's proclamation for peace, with Fr. lice and Spain.' We hear, that the next general adjournm
April 5, 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
, kepi.% Reck! &c. (tom Spat.ifl:-TO‘liti where they are now kept, to the great Eafe anti of many of the

, kepi.% Reck! &c. (tom Spat.ifl:-TO‘liti where they are now kept, to the great Eafe anti of many of the

trading Part of that nand ago tha: nor Knowles had erefled two Prong Forts, one at t'ae Nitifqueto Shore, the other at a final' allance from d Rack tort. t; :mar that the Number of Sailors already on board the Royal Navy is 42,000; and that Orders are given to talk Soo° mere wit
September 9, 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SOLD.

SOLD.

Id FSTE i c printed by EL I z. ADA Ms, where takcn At Cody Clawed, mar Llannvilking, the aunt} of Yon:- gentry, and .within trues Mihe cf tbe Navigable r ABOUT Six Hundred OAK TR FES, fie for Shipbuildwy, x &c.---For further Panizulars. enquire of Edward MaCdt.cts, Erg; at Licch
September 9, 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
.GAZINE

.GAZINE

F INTELLIGENGE, N D CHRONICLE WN TIMES. LUARY, 1758. 7AINING, i- and Barbour of Losilburg, drawn in. on the Spot. at- XIII. Abftrati of the &Atop of Winchulter's Narrative of a reho matkable Forgery. :r- POETRY. XIV. Hymn to Cheerrolnefs • XV. the Nyotph of he P--- Waters. • XVI
March 7, 1758 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ar',%ll hurricane sy number huts, Several weals in English harbour were greatly da. snaged. The hurricane, we are informed, was

ar',%ll hurricane sy number huts, Several weals in English harbour were greatly da. snaged. The hurricane, we are informed, was

nearly throughout the Wed India Wands. Thurfilay Mr. Edwards went out to Spithead, in order to make trial of a new.eonftrukted pair of tongs, when they were found to answer their intended purpose. Amens the many things that were taken out of the Royal George, in the cootie of th
September 18, 1792 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
. ON SALE,

. ON SALE,

ON SALE, And now Unding out of the Two ft; othrs, Th ,nd, from St. l'..teliburg, ACarg° of twelve-head FLAX, HEMP, IRON and DhALS..—For particulars apply to Griffis and their umber-yard, St. john's•Areets HAVt RIGA FLAX, RHINE and CORDILLA HEMP sr. good HOUSE, To LET, in Q_ueen-f
September 18, 1792 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PWLLIIELI HUNT,

PWLLIIELI HUNT,

WILL commence on Tuefday the gt'a of O&ober when the comptroller hops to be honored with the pretence of his friends. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Esq . . c"sorTmoLisa. Ordinaries and balls as anal. FRIARS. SIP?. 1792.
September 18, 1792 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
• N lrll to was pretet.• to ne X 0 " May a 'leafs yaw " We the of the

• N lrll to was pretet.• to ne X 0 " May a 'leafs yaw " We the of the

1 own or Et:. ler' . I ?mon:Laze Facellency, .e itth of this Ind, March, one T. Ditfon, an Innat,ltaat ofthc :aid roan of Billerica,. was tarred anilfeadiared, and very much abuled by a Party of his Majefty's 47th Regiment, under the Command of Lieutenant Colonel Nefbit. We know
May 8, 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be S O L 11, At ONSLOW, near SHREWSBURY, A URELfANUS : He was bred by the late Mr.

To be S O L 11, At ONSLOW, near SHREWSBURY, A URELfANUS : He was bred by the late Mr.

Egerton, of Oultun ; was got by Attillius, (full Brother to Dionyfius, Sire of Mr. Barry's Forefter) a Son of Martindale's Regulus; his Dam by Mr. Croft's old Partner. Aurelianus's Dam was got by Regulus, out of a Grandaughter of Jig At the above Place his original and particula
May 8, 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England