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1 . .Mr. B. Monk, Pretion- 1 . a in moll of th e bad, '•• of this Medici,tet 4

1 . .Mr. B. Monk, Pretion- 1 . a in moll of th e bad, '•• of this Medici,tet 4

.acy bf ti c RESTOR ATIVE 4 j ' HAMILTON-SM V lif, 4 of George• flew, York Build- in. To be peremotot t LES BEN SON. Efq; DURSUANT to a Decrne of Chancery, before Peter Hotota, ‘ l cos , •red a d info t e rn ot the laid Court, at his C irate, • ate, by Nicen e Craineery-Line.Lon
09 January 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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09 January 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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•t - t r i ' W•7ll; r s • • e; 1 M.. moo n .r, Orith eittea to L. • _to the Sea, and the let.u.. Lot Bangor, tium whence the line may b: ....co the River Dee to Owner. The raid Mr Edward Williams will (hew the Timber, at Leadbrooke Major and Kerte:con ; and the Mr. Weaver, the Ti
23 January 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
*at 1 r,. • eta he' , .ry Olivia.' teed or. Y fuppored. in getting one of her down. L

*at 1 r,. • eta he' , .ry Olivia.' teed or. Y fuppored. in getting one of her down. L

I) 0 N. Nov. HO! of LORDS, Nev. 27. his the I loufe of Lords met at Two o'Clock, and before their Lordlhips received the public Bills from the Commons, finillied the private. r The following Bulls. which paired the 1-h/tire of Commons on Thor - May and Fi iday hft, were at lengt
04 December 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Letters.

Letters.

London : Printed for Richardfon and Urquhart, under the Royal-Exchange. •• This little Book in which every Thi ng im•nora„l or unfit for the Infpelikn of Youth has been arefully avoide?. contains Leffons ref the greateft Importance, and Precepts of the bigheft V a l ue f or t h
20 November 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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- 0 By lies Majelly's Royal Letters I'atent. Thc Genuine POUbitE UNIQUE, Is appointed by the Proprietor, the Chess. De MOUCHET, to be fold at A. GRANT',, Stationer, Bridges-Street, Covent-Garden ; and no where else in London; and at Monk's, Printer, in Chetter ; Price es. 3d. a D
20 November 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
her:Bret.. :rth • ' - of Bor;I: • • , of Fox ht n: uck hunting. Courfing, ahi t)ogs tor

her:Bret.. :rth • ' - of Bor;I: • • , of Fox ht n: uck hunting. Courfing, ahi t)ogs tor

or Chace, &c. • ailing in i,s vsricta Branches, of breedfltg Pigeons, Rabbets, La ary &c. Of finding the Haunts cf Partrulges,hteafai.• •, and-all manner of Game; Of Shooting, and ot Shooting king, &c. Together with feveral other equally . curious Articles, too numerous to be me
04 September 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
B , 1 ch,ll, Sums Money, tend!. y Ask= at In. ih. Crt t o At within t L././Vrizt. I.

B , 1 ch,ll, Sums Money, tend!. y Ask= at In. ih. Crt t o At within t L././Vrizt. I.

1775. JOHN WYNNE, lurk to the Truaces. Wrexham, Feb. to, 1 775. A Rrived in Wrezh l evern Liverpool, Donor and 1, tides the Town of Mech. i w h o , in t ourfi fume Week., kw performed many ,e.nark.able Cures opogintoor and °bras in the Town of Lite,pak. Many of them have ban g:v
13 March 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Cores performed is 14 Days at Wrexham :

Cores performed is 14 Days at Wrexham :

Ells K•n r rick, who was lame as not to be able move Hands or Legs, is now able so walk. Lived at G blamed. Ella Meth Evans, the Child of David Evans, who was blind two Years, is pe.fetctly cured. Witnefs, William Williams and John Harry. Francis Roberts, had the Misfortune, in
13 March 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Saturday Night s LONDON, Aug. 3. E are allured from the bell Authority, kg that there is no Truth in

Saturday Night s LONDON, Aug. 3. E are allured from the bell Authority, kg that there is no Truth in

the Report of General Burgoyne being killed, but on zc•the contrary, that he has received Ordots to repair to England. Twenty thoufand Stand of Arms were fhipped Yetterday Morning at the Tower for America. Four Companies of Royal Artillery arc ordered to be forthwith railed, to
31 July 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England