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MORE E.LEGAINS. AT GEORGE'WILLIAMB'. LADIES' FASHIONABLE STAYS, Ind. PER PAIR. GIRLS' TRIMMED HATS, Sid. EACH. HANDSOME REPPE DRESSES, S.. Ild.

MORE E.LEGAINS. AT GEORGE'WILLIAMB'. LADIES' FASHIONABLE STAYS, Ind. PER PAIR. GIRLS' TRIMMED HATS, Sid. EACH. HANDSOME REPPE DRESSES, S.. Ild.

EACH. LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, AT lid., 20., Bid. EACH. SILK UMBRELLAS, AT li. Ild., WORTH 6d. Muslin for Window Curtains, Id. per yard. Long Muslin Curtains, 2a. Ild. per pair. LINEN SHIRT COLLARS, 2&d. EACH. GENTLEMEN'S SILK HANDKRSCHIEFS, AT 2s. 6d. WORTH 31. 6d. A GOOD T
March 18, 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SOUTH PARYS COPPER MINING COMPANY (LIMITED), ANGLESEY, NORTH WALES. CAPITAL—.OO,OOO, IN 10,000 SHARES OF £2 BACH. TO BE PAID ON

SOUTH PARYS COPPER MINING COMPANY (LIMITED), ANGLESEY, NORTH WALES. CAPITAL—.OO,OOO, IN 10,000 SHARES OF £2 BACH. TO BE PAID ON

APPLICATION, AND 15.. ON ALL( It is believed that no further call will be made ; bet, should such be found advisable, it will not mussed k. per Share, at intervals of not less than Three Months, or as may be determined by the Sbareholden at the First General Meeting. .RED UNDER
March 18, 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CHESHIRE,

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CHESHIRE,

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. HOLDEN AT NANTWICH AND CREWF E DWARD PRESCOTT, of Tarporley, in the coat y of Chester, bomber, having been adjudged bank• rapt, under a petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Cheshire, at Naotwicb and Crewe, on the 22nd da
March 18, 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MR. SAMUEL WILLIAMSON, DECEASED. NOTICE TO CUEDI CON&

MR. SAMUEL WILLIAMSON, DECEASED. NOTICE TO CUEDI CON&

PURSUANT to the Aet of Parliament of the 22nd and 29rd Vic" cap. 36, entitled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees." NOTIQE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all Creditors and other persons having Debts or Claims upon the Estate of SAMUEL WILLIAMSON, late of
March 18, 1863 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A BAZAAR will be held is the TOWN HALL of NORTHWICH, in the SECOND WEEK OF OCTOBER NEXT, under the

A BAZAAR will be held is the TOWN HALL of NORTHWICH, in the SECOND WEEK OF OCTOBER NEXT, under the

Patronage of many of the most Influential Ladies of the County of Chester, whose same' will appear io a future advertisement. The object is to repair the old sod at present only Church is the Town and District of Northwlcb, sod by so doing not only to restore • beautiful fabeic
September 1, 1840 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A MALE.

A MALE.

Seem lean. Amsat lreinnew fir bite.
September 1, 1840 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A FEMALE.

A FEMALE.

September 1, 1840 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
of the late Mr. JONATHAN COAL DEALER, dec., Middleto ioforos the public, that they Business as heretofore, for tM family,

of the late Mr. JONATHAN COAL DEALER, dec., Middleto ioforos the public, that they Business as heretofore, for tM family,

sod take this opportunity did acknowledgments (or past hope to receive • continuance r Estate are requested to be paid Timber Merchant, Middlenod all persons baring claims iblige by Inroisbing Mr. Hitchin rulers tbereo so that tbey may
September 1, 1840 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ISET CULTIVATED TAMIL

ISET CULTIVATED TAMIL

the resident tenant, upon a rack rent of any term, helm/ less in quantity than ISO statute .ho shill have the same in the best and mnat complete state of usanagemeat—Twenty Pounds, or Plate of that value. - t —To the resident tenant, upon a rack rent of any hrm, not being less i
September 1, 1840 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
and by the law and faith of nations, we fhoind lopport him in his territory. The rignt hon. member next

and by the law and faith of nations, we fhoind lopport him in his territory. The rignt hon. member next

took notice of the policy in our going to war, and of the txpence attending it, which be argued upon in a manner that removed apparently every impreiiion the made upon the minds of the members; he concluded hi:: fpeech by lit ing, that when the motion new before the Haute was cl
March 8, 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England