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CHRONICLE;

CHRONICLE;

INTEL LIGE N G E R. No. 67.
01 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MONDAY NIGHT'S POST. From the LONDON GAZETTE. from "General Sir Guy '"®"'° Germain, was this day r^ e,ved PtamUWtor., CW

MONDAY NIGHT'S POST. From the LONDON GAZETTE. from "General Sir Guy '"®"'° Germain, was this day r^ e,ved PtamUWtor., CW

,^™Monuol. , fcroialrtter 1 informed your Lordffiip that the troops to aflemble Three Rivers they all Shexpedition, fafti bv land or water, bfcft that than keep out of reach of their earthen. They m»3efcme attempts to force the 6ad regiment; but whether found Brigadier General f
01 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
*o* An-Enquirer in.our next.

*o* An-Enquirer in.our next.

* * An-Enquirer in.our next. Letters remaining in the Poft Office Cbejler for ferfons . unknown, directed follows : Serjeant Cotton, of the Firft or Royal Regiment.—Mrs. Bucket, at Jarvin.—John Sargent, Efq.—Hon Mrs. Stuart. —lofeph Solomon.—Thomas James, in the Caftle.—wm. Pudkr
01 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
POETS CORNER..'iff CHLQ'RIND A. p, the Lite La:! ef CHESTERFIELD LORIN i'tili my hand, Yet llrives to keen heart; '.s

POETS CORNER..'iff CHLQ'RIND A. p, the Lite La:! ef CHESTERFIELD LORIN i'tili my hand, Yet llrives to keen heart; '.s

me her command, Yet fV.-'ij when I ecu or. I her thith prove, [p. this uncertain ? Who toll- me with her eyer, —" love," And with her tongue —" I hate ?" !—exclaims Chloe —foolifli youth, S'ie*Ji yield when next you meet; Know womens looks ne (peak truth, Their words arc all EPI
01 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
OF THOSE

OF THOSE

ILLUSTRIOUS SEAMEN, whcfe intrepidity and conduit the ENGLISH are indebted for the Viitories their FLEETS, inccafe of their Dominions, the extenfion their Commerce, and their pVe-eminencc on the Ocean. Interfperßd with the nioft material circumftancesof NAVAL Hi?TOßY,from the No
01 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHRONICLE;

CHRONICLE;

INTELLIGENCER.
16 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Eden was obliged to take refuge on board theFoivey man of war ; baggage was flopped i n going to

Eden was obliged to take refuge on board theFoivey man of war ; baggage was flopped i n going to

r t 0f l,e Provincials having give up " W fuccoured, and refufed It is (aid there is advice in town of Gen. Clinton having gone over the bar of Charles Town, South k • S f fihy gUn flli P > an t he had a boat with officer on board, to offer terms of accommodation before he begsn
16 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MONDAY NIGHT'S POST.

MONDAY NIGHT'S POST.

Ftoi& thc LONDON GAZETTE. Berlin (Germany), July *3* , ON the ft inftant his Imperial Highncls the Great Duke of Rnffia arrived here, accompanied by his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry. His Imperial Highnefs was rcceivcd by his Pruffian , and all the Royal Family, with the gretteft
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Nantwich, Auguft 8, mil be wanted next Michaelmas, At KANTWIC H, by Mr. KENT, School- Master there, ASSISTANT in his

Nantwich, Auguft 8, mil be wanted next Michaelmas, At KANTWIC H, by Mr. KENT, School- Master there, ASSISTANT in his

School, who writes mgenioully the hand;> commonly ufed ; and who, bdides, is well veried in Arithmetic, Vulgar and Decimal in feme approved method ot Book-keeping. or Merchants Accounts; and in die various branches Menfuration. Should it inconvenient, by reafon diftanceor other
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
cording to the rules of confe&ionary, rec'oce the whole over a fire to a proper confidence, taking care to evaporate

cording to the rules of confe&ionary, rec'oce the whole over a fire to a proper confidence, taking care to evaporate

lilt fuperflnous moidure by continual dirring. When cold, pui this marmalade into pots, covering it over with a prper moidened in brandy; and over that fuch another covering as is generally recommended for conferves. This 1 confider as the neattd preparation of Carrots, and may
23 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England