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DERBY, August 15.

DERBY, August 15.

A Letter from Lincoln, dated Auguft 10, fays, ■* On Monday laft John Wade, (who was under Sentence of Death in our Caftle for Sheep Stealing) by the Help of a Ladder, at Noon-Day, fcaled the Caftle Walls and made his Efcape. I — He was, however, retaken on Saturday, on the other
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
! Lottery Office, 1776. Tickets, and Chances of Tickers, and regi^ercd, and GOODLUCK [in? the inoft Capital Prizes), R,y OFFICES,

! Lottery Office, 1776. Tickets, and Chances of Tickers, and regi^ercd, and GOODLUCK [in? the inoft Capital Prizes), R,y OFFICES,

in the Bank Build- Exchange; and facing the ;rofs, London; where all with cor:eftr.efs and fidelity. Chances- arc alio, fold and reltf G. BULK.ELEY, Bookje-ftrect Row, Chefter. rs of Shares may gain, whole Ticket 20,000 Half 10,000 Quarter 5,000 Eighth 2,500 Sixteenth ■ 1,250 of
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Conway, S, 1776. M L I T I A. Notice is hereby given, THAT his Majeflys Lieutenant of the county

Conway, S, 1776. M L I T I A. Notice is hereby given, THAT his Majeflys Lieutenant of the county

Carnarvon has ordered, that the Royal Militia of the county do meet at the town Carnarvon, on Monday the iecond day of September next, for dieir annual cxercife. WILL. OWEN, Battalion Clerk. To be LETT,, term of years, and entered on immediately, ALL thole good, accufiomed and c
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
UE-AND-CRY,

UE-AND-CRY,

O R _ Sir John ieldirig's General Preventive Plail SE R To ie Mayors and Chief Officers Corporation the Adting Magiftrates in the Counties . at large., and the Keepersofevery Cdunty Gaol throughout England. [N O. 60
09 August 1776 - Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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09 August 1776 - Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
the. forctop, and difchargcd her duty extremely well. defire feeing the world, Ate lays, induced hex to take the above

the. forctop, and difchargcd her duty extremely well. defire feeing the world, Ate lays, induced hex to take the above

piethod. . Wednefday fc'nnight was buried at Fulham, the body the coachman who was found dead in a liable that place he went to put up his horfes m Teeming good health) a few days before After the funeral was over, perfon infilled that durinr performance of the femce, heard rumb
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, (Saturday) Auguft 10.

LONDON, (Saturday) Auguft 10.

This Day, foon after Twelve o'Clock, an Ex- prefs arrived at Lord George Germaine's Office from Gen. Howe, brought by an Officer of the Guards. The Difpatches are faid to be dated the loth of July, and contain an Account of the fafe Arrival of the Troops, at Staten IJland, the I
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the London Gazette.

From the London Gazette.

WHITEHALL, August 10. Extrafls of ttuo Letters from tbe Honourable Central Howe to Lord George Germain., dated at Staten Ifland the jtb and Btb of July let/1, -which tvere this Day received by Lieutenant-Colonel Blunt, ivbo arrived in tbe Mercusy Packet. XHE Mercury Packet is di
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Never performed here. At the New THEATRE, CHESTER, On Monday Auguft 12, will be prefented a TR AGEDY, called '

Never performed here. At the New THEATRE, CHESTER, On Monday Auguft 12, will be prefented a TR AGEDY, called '

A L Z U M A: Or, The CON QJJ ESTofPERU [Written by Ihe Author of the GRECIAN DAUGHTER). Alzuma, Mr. Whitlock; Pi2arro (tlie Spanilh Viceroy), Mr. Clarke; Don Carlos, Mr. Mills; Ofmur, Mr. Johnfun; Gonzalez, Jir. Marlton; Ezmont, Mr. Zedra, Mr. Come/ford; Meyran, Mr. Hamilton;. O
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER, FRIDAY, Augufl 9.

CHESTER, FRIDAY, Augufl 9.

Thit weeks Chronicle is obliged to printed the ufual Stamp, the extra duty of which will paid to the lie or. , We are informed that a Gentleman of Liverpool has received letter from America, which allures him, that the colony of Maryland has openly declared for government; and t
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England