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  • County: Cheshire, England
  • For Years: 1750 - 1799

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

24 May 1768

in Taroorics Mr. Edwards. Mercer, in Wrtaharn; Mr. Cofneti, Mr. and Mr. Tipton, in Salop Mr. Taylor, bookfinks, in Nareprivich Mr. Turner. in FrodNam: Mr. Banks. in Warrington; Mr. Banks, in Wi g to; Mr. Leigh, in Noislivrich; and by she Prints, hereof

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

2 May 1769

Vv.,. the Rev. Mr. Warringto n Mr. Barkley. M r . Edward Browne, Mr. William Bickerton. Mr. John 'Davies. Mr. David Mom., Mr. john Fdwards, Mr. Hugh Jones, Widow Jones, Mr. John nnet, Mr. Tho. mat Jones, Mr. Jones, Mr. Richard loner, View article

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

25 Sep 1789

Gilpin, Mr. Smith; Charley, Mr. Norman ; Donald (laird of the ifland of Col) Mr. Hurft; | Captain Da(h, Mr. Cleland; Laird of Raafay, Mr. L Smith - Serjeant Jack, Mr. Hill j Crowdy, Mr. Gill Benin negro) Mr. Grice; Apie, Mr. Morton; Taffy, View article

Type: Advertisement
Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

8 Aug 1758

News that his Majetty was in extreme good Health, and had not been ill for a Tingle Day. A Mellinger was Yefterday difpatched to Embden, in his Way to Prince Ferchaa.cd's Army, after which he is to proceed to Berlin. This Morning a Loan to his Majcfly,

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

26 May 1761

hen :heir High Mrgh , ineffes flioeld give his Majelly Satisfatt;on for the Outrages and Damage filtered by his Subjects from the English on Dutch Terri:ory, particularly in the Affair of the Felicite Frigate, his Majesty would give them jilt Satisfattion

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

8 Mar 1796

iaft died, after a fhort illnefs, Mr. Abfalom Ray, of the Green Dragon inn, 111 this city. Friday laft died, much refpected, Mr. Hoftage, pro&or, of this city. Tuefday died, much lamented his family and and friends, Mr. Swiiidal), of Maocheiter, printer

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

18 Nov 1791

aged 71, Mrs. Jane Garner, daughter of the late Rev. Mr. Garner, this city ; and the lali branch of tami'.y. Laft week died, tar advanced life, Mr. John Brown, upwards ot forty years agent the river Dee company. Saturday died, in his year, Mr. Ollerhead

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

27 Jan 1792

thrown open, and Mr. Eden was introduced Count Finckenilein. His was Handing under the canopy (late; his right hand ttood the Prince Royal of Pruffia, and two of his brothers, and alfo his Majelly's uncle, Prince Ferdinand, with his two fons ; the left

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

27 Dec 1796

mufic, &c.) Shelty Mr. Cherry, Gilpin Mr. Glaffington, Charley Mr. Rawling, Sandy Mr. Kelly, Serjeant Jack Mr. yrrell, Captain l)a(h Mr. Krng,Crowdy Mr. Griffith. Laird Coll Mr. Wentworth, Laird of Raacy Mr. Hill, Benin Mr.

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

20 Aug 1793

itacet. London, hot n•driper, Mdi Sidney Halo. ell, dau4hter of Mr. C. Llalaill, of this city, !laird. eler; saturasy fe'nnight died, at his Lordfhip's feat at rregothen. in Lin nwall, Lady Vi..countefs Falmouth. Her Ladyship was the only daughter of the

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

14 Mar 1776

applying to David Roberts, at Plas-Clongh, near Denbigh. Mr. DURA C K, Dancing-Mafter, RESENTS his mod refpeciful compliments to the Ladies and Gentlemen in tlie town and neighbour hood Ofweftry ; and as Mr. BURRAS has for many years been an eminent Dancing-Mailer

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

11 Dec 1792

Frodfhans, in this comity, nisich lamented, Mrs. Cortard, trill of Coo h e t Ir. C. Francis, of Fiaulerullmonk, th s city. S fennight tiled Cuddy:lly in her chair, at With, in her izd year, Mrs. Linley, wislow of the late Mr. Linky (who died a few weeks pad, aged

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

29 Aug 1797

zl. 2s. Sunday died, Mrs. Howell, of the Fox, in the county of Flint. Friday died, Mr. Jones, of this city, flaxdreffer. Wednefday died, greatly lamented, Mr. Jonathan Nickfon, of Malpas, in this county. Tuefday evening died, Mr. Thomas Brifcoe, of Q

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

16 May 1786

Sill. and Mr Robert Walpole 's tiukiug Feud NIL Mr. Sheridan then flared what had fallen from the Right Hon. Gentleman, Mr. Pitt, in his Abfence, concerning his Real ming on the Report of the Committee. Ile appealed to the Houle, whether his Statement

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

20 Jun 1786

norwithftanding Mr. Killings, had undertaken an Elpeditinn into his Country toil the Purpofe of enforcing his Demands, and that,' wi hout giving him Time for Recollettion, he had made him Pt ironer in his own Capital the Morning' after his Arrival there

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

29 Jul 1755

Form with the of vas bought of Mr. Fenwick, on purpofe for his Sweep:iak For the four Years old Plate, Mr. Panton's and `-'r,. Meredith's will be the Favourites, a..d for the aged Plate; notwithflanding General Errat, with his Aid cantp Old Slaugater, have

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

26 May 1767

On Saturday Anthony Barnwell, a Romith Priell, charged with exercifing his funaion in a private Mafs Mule, in kag-fair, was admitted to bail before the lion. Mr. Jadge Hewitt, for his appearance the hrft day of next term, toanfwer the raid charge, in a

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

20 Jan 1767

poll chaife ; and the young lady, as well as her conduftor, (who by this time became her molt ardent 14gr) thinking it no way advifeable the fhould return without her errand, the was perfuaded to accept of his hand intlead of his matter's. The marriage has

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

15 Aug 1769

Macclesfield; Mr. Hatrop, in Manchefter ; Mr. Nelfon, in Prefton; Mr. Gore, in Liverpool ; Mr. Pearce, in Ludlow; Mr. Gregory, in Leicefter; Mr. Anis, in Birmingham Mr. Ducker, Mr. Hughes, and Mr. March, in Wrexham; Mr. Dean, in Newport ; Mr. Taylor, in

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

23 Jan 1776

apply to Mr. Jones, or Mr in Prod!' nm. CI-lESTE R, Jan. 22. Tuefday laft, Mr. Richard Ingleby, of Mold, John Johnfon, a Labourer of his, to this City, 130 Guineas, in a Bag, to be exchanged for Bills, allowing him two Shillings to defray his :flees, which

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