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BRISTOL, Tuesday, Feb. 17

BRISTOL, Tuesday, Feb. 17

C.mv in fintt ur Lft, Caledonia, Ntclioll, Briton, Marihall, and Elisabeth, Madge, fr. Jamaica ; John, Ward.fr. Denia; Fn.ic-ivor, Tyler, fr. Cork ; and Friendly Trader, F iflier, fr. Dublin. Arrivti, At Jamaica, title, Salmon, Rebecca, Stott, St. Tames, Wilson, and Sally, Chubh
29 February 1776 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH, Wednesday, Fef-. 28

BATH, Wednesday, Fef-. 28

Arrived here, Gov. Holwell and Lady, Hon. Capt. Digby, Capt. Rice and Lady, Rev. Dr. Bridle, Rev. Dr. Clarke, Rev. Mr. Davier and Lady, Mr. Mr*, and Mift Atkinfon, Mr. snd Mailer Manfell, Mr. and Mrt. Come, Mr. and Mrs. Phelips, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont, Mr. and Mr*. Hyde, Mr. Pigo
29 February 1776 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To be Let, and entered upon immediately, THREE FIELDS, lying -near to die City of Chefler, very convenient for an

To be Let, and entered upon immediately, THREE FIELDS, lying -near to die City of Chefler, very convenient for an

Innkeeper, Cowkeepcr, Butcher, or perfon, who wants land contiguous to this city. —For' particulars apply Mr. Hamilton's office in Cheiter. STOLEN or StRATED, OnThurfday the 25th of January lalt, from Branston, in the Hundred ot Wi r r a l l, A White GREYHOUND-BITCH, half a year
29 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The following BOOKS and MED IC INE S be had of the Printer of this Ptrper, Necejjary for all Chriftian

The following BOOKS and MED IC INE S be had of the Printer of this Ptrper, Necejjary for all Chriftian

Families. The whole to b« compleated in One Hundred Numbers, or the overplus given gratis. And enriched with one hundred of the molt beautiful copper plates, ever given in work of the kind, in this or any other kingdom. On Saturday March 2, 1776, will be publilhed, No. I. (to be
29 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 22.

LONDON, Feb. 22.

The American Congrefs are adjourned, and have appointed an executive committee five who arc Dr. Franklin, John Dickenfon, F/q; John Jay, Efq; Tho. Johnfon, Efq; and Benjamin Harrifon, fcfq.—A depuration of three other members are gone to Canada, confult the Canadians upon a form
29 February 1776 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, Feb. 26.

LONDON, Feb. 26.

From the London G A ZLCTTE. jit the Court at St. Feb. 2 I, Pre/ent The ICING's Molt Excellent M jelly in Council. His M*j lly in Council was this day pleated to appoint William Tiunton, of E be Sheriff of the county in the room of John Meech, of Dorcheiler, [Caz. Saturday's Gaze
29 February 1776 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWS. February 24. R E are letters in town from Bilboa, which I' M give an account, that an L"

NEWS. February 24. R E are letters in town from Bilboa, which I' M give an account, that an L"

eminent houfe there (Gar- Iff doquere and fons bein K 1 dctedted in ihipping gun- powder to America, con- K\j \ff> trary to an exprels order of the King of Spain, were obliged to fly, and that IKvwere confifcatcd. W'.s navy conic from London to port, to take up twelve large K,"
29 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
KF OF COMMONS OF IRELAND

KF OF COMMONS OF IRELAND

COMMONS OF IRELAND , hi. 19. The houfe refolved itlelf into Mr. Fitzgerald in the chair, on the heads an aft paffedlaft fellion to regulate ttrade of the city of Dublin ar.d the libersing. Mr. Fitzgerald reported the fame, Redmond Morres was ordered wait on tncy therewith. tor am
29 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Solicitor

Solicitor

Mr. Brock. There was originally another defendant in this bill, who is a tenant of one of Mr. Brock's ellateS ifi the parifh of Eafthain ; but this defendant thought proper to fiibmit in the outfet of the luit* and pay the plaintiff a fatisfadlion for the tithe of potatoes* whic
29 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
r GETS CORNER.Jfi rt Your Lady looks chinning, turns her"— V.y dear Lord, I,—" Mrs. Inkle's at Glou'lter"— •' Latk-a-day,

r GETS CORNER.Jfi rt Your Lady looks chinning, turns her"— V.y dear Lord, I,—" Mrs. Inkle's at Glou'lter"— •' Latk-a-day,

lie replies then, 'twas I.ady Killwrinkle, Who, thinks, exceedingly like Mrs. Inkle " Mrs. Inkle not here !—this is no hall without her" She've\arried away all the Graces about her" Your lady at Glou'fter! —and pray do you hear, " Mr. Inkle, how matters aie jogging on there ? "
29 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England