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the A. 1.1 T H 0 R, &c. S 1 R, H E French , are now, according the Expre

the A. 1.1 T H 0 R, &c. S 1 R, H E French , are now, according the Expre

ffi on of the Royal Pfalmift, fallen into the Pit they dig' ged for others, and are-now caug ht in their own Trap; foe his Majefty's Eleftoral Dominions , which they invaded without any Colour of J uftice. -- and ravaged beyond all the Rules of Humanity, have, at laft, proved th
April 25, 1758 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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In vain we hope, To keep the pleating kene alive s Some trifling thing will intervene, And in an instant, change the fcene ; The flattering prof - pact fades and dies, And florms and tempelts then arife. "rwas in a little Country Town, Not famous, nor vet quite unknown ; A Couple
January 12, 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
chafed of theft too tor Which were feat to Newgats, aad too to each of the Compters, to bi dsaributmi

chafed of theft too tor Which were feat to Newgats, aad too to each of the Compters, to bi dsaributmi

among the Prifoners. They were bought at two shillings a Score, and ivereltiy gore The Hon. Michaal Adolphus, Efq; of Sackvale Street, Piccadilly, ordered, this Day, a great Qu . antity of Coals td be diftributed to numbers of poor People in the Parifh of St. James's, Wellmintle
January 12, 1768 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
.7 a that alterations will greedily be made both pOttint Itcovery has been made of a competition, We hear that

.7 a that alterations will greedily be made both pOttint Itcovery has been made of a competition, We hear that

the minifter from the king of Proffitt will let in Lie and uthan houfe. hiswhic called and by which (hips bottoms may be out on his return home in a few days. And it is fait.: that the removals at the Excite will be fo preferved from rottenncfs and worms alto We hear that when R
February 8, 1763 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A ' LL Perfons who (land indebted t, Dobell, Istiorthwich, in the County of che er, ate hert.by required forthwith

A ' LL Perfons who (land indebted t, Dobell, Istiorthwich, in the County of che er, ate hert.by required forthwith

to pay, telkeiiive Debts itro the Hands of Mr. James ton, of Rudheath-Lordfhip, in the lard Countj CI eller, who ii properly authorized by the laid to rccei%c the I,one, or to Mr. Brayne, At ney, in Nortliwie•li, t,thero:Se. they %yid be fued w out further Notice. To be let, and
February 6, 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GLASS'c MAGNESIA,

GLASS'c MAGNESIA,

APPROVED and recommended by the molt eminent of thr Faculty, and giros w gooa Elf.ft to Nighisefs the P. of Wales, and hr as ufual, at his bottle in Osturd, in Cuin‘r, a. a Sic Shilling Boles, Di•eitiors tor t. kill it This preparation, which fur Purity and i4r r,. curds al, oth
February 6, 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
R U A R Y 13,

R U A R Y 13,

1776. rbi, Day arrived a Mall fives Flanders. Doe. 4. It that Prince R ep nin was coisunifloned to nt in the ftrongeft Manner to the Grand Vizir, that his Sovereign would be very much difpleafed at the 101 l Infraftion of the Treaty of Peace, concluded between herand his Highnef
February 13, 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
hus wishing that the Knou,:edge of it may of Service, and fave Expence to fuch Perfons as hall have Occafion

hus wishing that the Knou,:edge of it may of Service, and fave Expence to fuch Perfons as hall have Occafion

for new Wheels, or to repair the old Wheels of any Carriager, in the mean Time, .etween this and September. Yefterday Colons! Dal! an ived from America, was int roditc...:l to ass Majetty, and moil racioully rec,:ivcd. LcttLrs arc laid to be received from Quebec, hich give au Ac
February 13, 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
tendon Evening-Pot if Saturday, July tb. ▪ T has been long complained of, but hitherto without ▪ that in this

tendon Evening-Pot if Saturday, July tb. ▪ T has been long complained of, but hitherto without ▪ that in this

kingdom the making of Laws for Rendre of Commerce does, in the general, take rife fro= the Application and Ristzwearances of Traders theuifeices to the Legillature ; aaJ even to obtain tke mblt reefoneble and falutary Laws. mon there important Occelions, bas been too frequently
August 5, 1755 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
NOTES and EXPLICATIONS

NOTES and EXPLICATIONS

ON THE OLD and NEW TESTAMENT. Primed on a large beautiful Low, and fines fine Papers Which will be very Willful in aU FAMILIFA, for READING the HULL SCRIPTURES wish paver PLEA:.URE and INSTRUC-1 lON. That the Poor. at wcU as the Rich, may have the Rime& of this Undertaking, the
December 9, 1760 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England