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" Mr. MOI " FROM a Variety of Obfervations I can venture to inform you, that Cattle are not killed

" Mr. MOI " FROM a Variety of Obfervations I can venture to inform you, that Cattle are not killed

by a particular Species of Yew, but only from decayed Leaves or Branches of the Tree ; and they have fuffered fo much by the late Severity of the Weather, that I dare fay the Ends of the Shoots at Eaton-Boat are turned yellow, fo as to produce this! i poifonous EffeEt. P . P . p
09 April 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Cleared Outwards.

Cleared Outwards.

Evans, t ork, Iron t;u• s.—Mary, edits, Wearer/ oals.—ltishard a id Thomas, junta, Wirovor, ditre.—Happy •-eturn, Griffith, 11,40, ca.ansiw..—Cathrrine, Timothy, tea, ditto..... °edam ditto, d tto.—Hnpev Jour', B b.—Now), Beaumaris, Coals.—Cariar. Jon I, 14,1,m r •, Sundr , re.
09 April 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ORDINARY of NEWGATE, T. be comprised in Forty Numbers, Price Six-pence each Number') malting Four large Volumes, Ofdavo. On Saturday

ORDINARY of NEWGATE, T. be comprised in Forty Numbers, Price Six-pence each Number') malting Four large Volumes, Ofdavo. On Saturday

seat, will be publifhed, Price Six-pence, enlbeidhed with a ageism,. Frontifpiect, (the whole containing great variety of Copper-Plates, mprt(enting the moil Iltiking Situations and eoraysd by the roof! capital Artifl,.) 1. to be c ontinu Weekly, of The Annals of Newgate ; OR. M
28 May 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENT. WHereas a COW, the Property of Evanfoit Thomas, being weak and not able to drive al-mg the Road, left

ADVERTISEMENT. WHereas a COW, the Property of Evanfoit Thomas, being weak and not able to drive al-mg the Road, left

with Thomas Goffage, at Croxton, in the Parifh of Hanmer, in the County of Flint, fometime in May, 1775, by Thomas Roberts, servant to the flid Evanfon Thomas, defiring fhe night he taken Care of, and kept there till fhe was able to drive. This is therefore to inform the laid Pe
28 May 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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lk9t at the I ur Mr intt!insard

06 August 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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WHEREAS divers Burglaries and Felonies have been committed, and 0., Otlanders too frequently have efcaped Juftice, through Tendernets, or to

WHEREAS divers Burglaries and Felonies have been committed, and 0., Otlanders too frequently have efcaped Juftice, through Tendernets, or to

swab! of a proper Fund being eiiablifhed to carry on the necelfary Profecutions agaial them : Notice is hereby given, That we whufe Names are fubicribed, Inhabitants of the Pa. lifh of 'farvin, in the County of Chiller, have laifed proper Fund, and entere i into Articles of Agre
15 October 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To be Sold to the higheft Bidder, Friday the 22d Day o f N ovem b er next , at

To be Sold to the higheft Bidder, Friday the 22d Day o f N ovem b er next , at

the Nude of Mr. William Lindens, known by the Sign of the Geor g e in Sanohach, io the County of Chefler, on Friday the 22d Day of November nee, between the Hoots of two and Eve of the fame Day, according to the Conditions to be then and there produced: t 1 Neastage Tenement, wi
29 October 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
4 erv, ourant• .•. . hcivertikregts moderate L Warted at 3 bd. dle.b.

4 erv, ourant• .•. . hcivertikregts moderate L Warted at 3 bd. dle.b.

4 ourant• moderate L at bd. • London : Pria.ted for T,Cadelli in the Strand ; or be had Mr. Il t ancks, Bookfrar.in WarringrOn. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County Palatine of CHESTER : Gentlemen, 771 E Office of CORONER being vacant, by the Death of my Father
09 January 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
'To be Sold, . .

'To be Sold, . .

'To be Sold, On Saturday the third Day of belruary, tro, at the Houle of Mr. Ducar, known by the Name of the Bloffonis-Inn, in the City of Cheiter, by . way Auc tion, betwixt the Hours of Two and Six in the Al ter 00r THREE Hundred OA Trees, with their Cyphers annexed ; likewile
16 January 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
who Irgirtde.

who Irgirtde.

23 January 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England