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:imitation or nit lore Oars Chan e Into its the Patient *hi 1. They are tilt m when ant ere H. which n even from y proper for marto raker. fealeJ up with by B. MONK . Broiler, and Newton, Mr. rop, in Mole. Rothbone, Nsford ; Mr. Arfdell, poi ; and Mr. the l.ondx'• Let, four larg
03 September 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
bolter, Srpt. z, 1776. EXCHANGE ASSEMBLY, On NIDNISDAY the nth inflow.. Tickets fur the Lanie. (on:y1 to had at the

bolter, Srpt. z, 1776. EXCHANGE ASSEMBLY, On NIDNISDAY the nth inflow.. Tickets fur the Lanie. (on:y1 to had at the

White-. Lyon and Yatchl.fns. A Caution to the Public. WHereas JANE the Wife of WILLIAM R VNOLD, of Hope% e, in the Townthip o Bretton, and C. misty of flint, Yeoman, bath frequent y &cps from her laid Plufhand, without an) jut, Cauf:. t Tilde at. thereinte, to the Publir truflin
03 September 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A NEW ME

A NEW ME

BEAUME DE SANT E, For Coughs, Colds, Catarrhs, Afihmas, Stc. THE Publication of this celebrated Medicine is owing to its unexampled Succeii in very extens.tg Praftice ; as it never failed in a Jingle liallance, where Medicine could afford Relief. It effeflually remove: every rec
03 September 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Chcfhire.

Chcfhire.

To he Sold, in the following Lots : got C:Titul N...efruage called Brindley- Hall, wish the Dement', and rrher Lands thereto contain:nit t3A• ;R. 37P. Statute Meerut', or' now in the Ilion Mr. John Done. I.ot 1. A Menitage rind Lands in Brin ler, cnntsining 165 A.. • 3,P. of Ike
17 September 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
T U E S 13 A Y, SEPTEMBER 10, 1776.

T U E S 13 A Y, SEPTEMBER 10, 1776.

T U E S A Y, SEPTEMBER 10, 1776. To be Sold by private Contract. HE Manor of Yu!ford, in the County of Chaffer, with the Adrowfon of the Perirh Church, and f - metal Farms within the Manor, confifling of near rOOO Acres of Load of Statute Meafiar , , lying contiguous; Part whereo
10 September 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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Birth.] The Hon. Mrs. Sykes, Lady Francis Sykes, of a fon. . The Rev. John Tarn, A. M. of Queen's

Birth.] The Hon. Mrs. Sykes, Lady Francis Sykes, of a fon. . The Rev. John Tarn, A. M. of Queen's

College, Oxford, to Mils Brookes, Daughter of the Rev. Thomas Brookes, D.D. rector of Weftcott, Gloucefterfhhre, and vicar of Shipton, in Oxfordshire. Died.] In theEaft Indies, the Hon Lady Anne Monfon, one of the Supreme Council, and lifter to the Earl Darlington. BANKRUPT.] Jo
23 September 1776 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER, 7ANTED, in Mr. and Mn. Taylor's Boating School, UPPER MAID SERVANT, who is good houfewifc, to aflift in cooking,

WINCHESTER, 7ANTED, in Mr. and Mn. Taylor's Boating School, UPPER MAID SERVANT, who is good houfewifc, to aflift in cooking,

and wait on the young Ladies. LUDGAR SHALL, (Wilts.) THE SALE of the ESTATE of the Rev. Mr. YALDWYN, at Ludgarfhall aforefaid, advertifed to be SOLD by AUCTION, at that place, the ift day of October next, is portioned till fome other day, of which timely notice will be given in
23 September 1776 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS.

COUNTRY NEWS.

Covtntry,Sepf. 2. Friday was executed Lirch field, James Yates, for uttering two Bunk of Exchange, knowing them to be torged. The above per fun, who was not able to write his own name, Lad got acquainted with two notorious (harpers, who made him a dupe their villainy. Uorwuhy Au
12 September 1776 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONDON, Sept. 12.

LONDON, Sept. 12.

It is the Parliament will meet for the patch of bufinefs the latter end of November. Her Majelly has all the ten children cloathed, belonging to the poor man at whofe houfe (lopped laft Tuefdav, rear Beaconsfield. Ex trail of a Letter from the Hague, Sept. 3, •* In the lilt the
19 September 1776 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the PRINTER

To the PRINTER

SIR, , . .. . THE Public have always beeft ready to do juftics «> public chambers, and on that confideration I ven- j to fupport Mr James Twitcher as a moll immaculate Snifter, fuch as is neceffary to govern the affairs of an eun- "L dividing itfelf by an ill-judged policy. »ujs
04 September 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland