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

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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 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 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

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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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

11 Jan 1763

him a penny ; but the near him, than he fuddenly leized his Landed all his money, at the fame time lyeaft. Mr. Lewis having fume !liver im it ; but he then found another man his bags, and on his offering to look ft threaten'd to blow hip brains out if

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

13 Feb 1776

fworai hi at the Table a Serett Committee to try and determine the Cricklade Elettion. Sir Thomas Clavering, CHAIRMA N. Mr. Goring, Mr. J. Frederick, Mr. W. Hervey, Mr. Roe Yco, Sir George Robinfon, Sir Philip Hales, Mr. Luggon, Mr. Chator, Mr. W. Stanhope

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

2 Jul 1776

Plaintiff were, Mr. Serjeant Glynn, Mr. Serjeant Adair ' Mr. Davenport, Mr. Alleyne, and Mr Arthur Lee Solicitor, Mr. John Reynolds. Counfcl for the Defendant, Mr. Attorney General Mr. Solicitor General, Mr. Serjeant Davy, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Sir jeant Walker

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

29 Jul 1788

effitaual Relief. Mr. Ward further thalami, that his Legs and Feet mach fabler', and appareutty lloplical the (welling of his Legs am entirely end Mr. Ward, whole Age his Gary-Gs, spies's in peace Health. April isth, 'OS. Mrs. Mary Wald, Wtle of Mr. ter Ward

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

22 Jan 1788

had be-n atretted there the D , y bsfore his Depariu•e, by Order of the ..ew Gnsernor the Count ee Tautmanfhoiff; and was alit' wards obi ged too' dergo a I very long Examin..tion before his Esselen.:y and his Th: Particulars of the I..saminat'on had

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

3 Nov 1767

Black Rod was fent with a Menge from his Excellency to the Houk of Commons, fignifying his Pleafure that they should immediately attend his Excellency in the Houle of Peers. The Commons being come thither accordingly, his Excellency made the following Speech

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

16 Feb 1768

Stabling, a Brewlionie, yin-d, Mr. T ho mas Wickned, the in Nasatwich eve Day, but I again relented, nearly as bad Mat fiat, Legs Garden, anent two Acre, of Lind, of secret:4. been folicited by his Friends to leave his Drops tho ' I used at haft twice

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

12 Apr 1768

fold by Mr. Monk, and Mr, Law ton, in Chace. ; Dlr. Bortaafkill, lancatier ; Mr. Banks, Warrinton ; Mr. Byerley, Newcaft:e, St..trort. ; • Mi. Etiieringt..n, York Mr. Eddoa..,, Salop; Mr. Poole, Mr. ; Mr, worral, l.cclesfie,4 }Wrap, Manchester • Mr. Nc:fma

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

10 Apr 1787

expeCted at t 7. real c0n,,,, took his bell', t ' . far t'. be then and there bringing it to Mr• Gittfiths, King's Head, Croat., ;or to A S eaton, but , twig known, may be de. of frldifrertl A Biatop of Lincoln, his Maietty . s Com- D ARLAND-HALL, in

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

9 Dec 1760

for Hyde Patk, where his Majefty and their Royal Highneffes got our, and mounted their Hortes ; but jull as his &lastly was mounting, his Horfe rear'd up and threw him, tho' paovidentially his Majefty received not the leaft Hurt : His Majelly's Coat and

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

27 Dec 1757

For Fairicalars Enquire of Mr. &fonds id. . LUT - 1 and edited :rpm May-Vey convenient Brick Houle iituaf:d in !fisher Ptovat R widdn two Miles of Roanlord. now in the Rs.. Mills. neatly laird op with Paper. and other hied Furniture-for a frail Peedly

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

23 Aug 1757

lie was the Perfon. The Boy, who belonged to Mr. Ireland in Piccadilly, and was guilty of the imprudeti Aa of quitting his /ionic and the Mail at she the Time it was able, is, we hear. in Cullody. Lait Nigh; Mr. Tanner, a llaberdafher in Piccadilly, was

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

27 Sep 1757

Marthal, a lt s 4 ;fter Icar-tag the Latin Tongue from Mr. kuridiman, of tie aim Grammar that go by his Name, Mt to c retle or Aberdeen, whist, was founded by one of treat Are-liors, Auno ;O. His Tutor was Mr. ft co'aert Lent,: commonly called Bahop. who wrote

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

18 Jul 1769

Chymift, by Match'em 3 Mr. Vernon's bay filly Coquet, by Compton's Barb a Mr. Shaftoe's bay filly Rotebud, filler to Timidity 14. Farnham, Sir J. Moore, and Mr. Billiton, paid fort. Mr. Blake's Metaphyfirian, by Snap, f ft. 71b. beat Mr. R. Pigot's Darling

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