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I f Adams's Weekly

I f Adams's Weekly

Adams's Weekly T U E S D A Y, DECEMBER SI, 1776. Juit imported from the Scotch Fitlicry, A Qsantity of Salt or White Herrings And to be fold by Mr. Clemenfon, at the Blue-School. To be Id by Authon, n Wednesday the Bth Day of January next, at the Dwelling-Houle of the Widow Adams
31 December 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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ACilt

02 October 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TIMBER:

TIMBER:

To-be rid by private Contraft. upon Day of 011ober, 177;, or at any Time after, not fold then: NNE Thousand Three Hundred and three fine Oak Trees, fit for Ship-Planks, Boards, Lift and Building Timber (with 'I wenty.Two Cy. pliers) as marked and numbered, now Banding an 4, grow
02 October 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CA RN ARVON HUNT,

CA RN ARVON HUNT,

Gentlemen of the Carnarvon Hunt I arc civfised to meet the Comptroller, at the Boot-Inn, in the Town of Carnarvon, by fix of the Clovk in the Evening, of the sth of &otter Banda. Sip. 28, syn. THE Gentlemen. Freeholders and Farmers as undermentioned, of the Neighbourhood of Eato
02 October 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
I, A (*, 11 Ju:e, •t G • at late:•iir'the net.. Fr* farther o. of Edo. Who has Salo Poplars,

I, A (*, 11 Ju:e, •t G • at late:•iir'the net.. Fr* farther o. of Edo. Who has Salo Poplars,

and numb.. growing in Edge Rer.~~' To bgigig a Vay of - Auaion, At the Hong - in Waning ton, in the " c ounty_ Iter, es Wedoefday the Day or Mara, In , at four in the Afternoon, Mira to Conditions u will be and there pro&aced : Lot 1. HE Fee-Simple ant iep_tince of end in all th
27 February 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
,'•141. irig Not •eic. are. C',l •Yrtntee of this l'2.port

,'•141. irig Not •eic. are. C',l •Yrtntee of this l'2.port

20 November 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLIC.

The Oilers'/tete i, earn, mairossentled to their At. tent a. it cor.ei era m .n) of our Feliow•Creaturr., heieg inter. !ed for the Perutal of are with the Difutders, (or, *kat is nt , re dreadful, be... ill cured) that they may know with Certainty whether any of the reifoo I. ea
23 October 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLIC.

To the PUBLI C. AS the POUDRE UNKWE is not a Medicine of Yefte:iay, fo its Efficacy h.,s been put to the Tett in a Multitude of Trials; and its Specific Virtue:, even in Cafes where no Specific had hitherto to rn deemed poffi: le, far from remaining in a State of Doubt, have been
23 October 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
thoug:i dntirt. .tver• ad with an tr the Corporation Seal ot ,svn pettittacA , tilv a :opted h ill Al:

thoug:i dntirt. .tver• ad with an tr the Corporation Seal ot ,svn pettittacA , tilv a :opted h ill Al:

I. Had! - corer , nu intention of addreffog, poled it on Rae* to hie* fully fatisractory and convincing. 1 muti ther defire you. by inferring this Letter, public, that, as an Alderman of the City; I cc not in my Confcicnce approve the Addrefe.; wife ing hereby to,teftiiy, throug
27 November 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
J. bt 1). er is on, is now f 4 t' Pubtic , e following Cat It, U'r four Mouths

J. bt 1). er is on, is now f 4 t' Pubtic , e following Cat It, U'r four Mouths

alto I could not dirt of a Print, loch as in a News-1 • t with Spetlacles, and now a art ou (ee, without them. Whe n le Evenings, which my Riskier, on so - 014 uing the Si g h tl sew Werk. lonur of your HI them entirely. You may pub). am, Sir, Your moll bumble Servant, CATH. A.
30 January 1770 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England