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  • For Years: 1760 - 1769
  • Type: Illustrated

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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Dublin Courier

Dublin Courier Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 May 1761

the aud of May. Marc-Antony Mr. Barry, Odfavia Mrs. Dancer, and Cleopatra Mrs. Fitzhenry for the benefit of Mr. Glover, Mr. Mahon, and Mr. Hamilton. Right genuine NORWAY Tar, and Tar- Water, prepared and (bid as ufual, at Mr. Heatley’s old Tar-water (hop

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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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Dublin Courier

Dublin Courier Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Jan 1762

of all his debts, before he ■in ataii him'clf of his engagement wuh Mr. Shields, lays him in cr equal necelfity of calling in all fuch 'unis, as ate due to him; and this humbly hopes will generoufly excite all hip t'iemit to prompt payment, his credit

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Salisbury and Winchester Journal

Salisbury and Winchester Journal Wiltshire, England

29 May 1769

Harbour, the Shipping, and his Majefty $ Dock Po.tffcaa mouth; now in the Occupations Mrs. Yeoman Mr. Sm Fo r' further Particulars enquire of Mr. James Collins, of Gofport, Gent. Mr. James Bedford, Attorney, on Port,mouth Common, ot Mr. Tofeph Murray, Broker

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

9 Mar 1765

quarter. His Miijclty war, n. t well enough recovered his late indifpolition, attend the court .at St James’s ye'lerday. hear that fty/ral of the nobility, gentlemen, and ladies, have lieen vilit Lord Byron his confinement in the Tower; and that his is not

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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

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

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

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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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

4 Aug 1761

the Boy was ion, out, and then apt into a little Place fc.in FLANDERS. Mr. Purim works in, broke open his Sbew-Glafs, and the Mail fret HOLLAND and ow Drawer where Mr. Perrins kept his Money, and was tting the tonjimainople, Things into a white Night-Cap

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Type: Illustrated