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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Thomas Pacey, of Churchaftreet, Rotherhithe, Surry, matte, inatiner, Nov. 3, 53, Dec. S, at London.---John North, of Lives ledge, Yorkshire, carpet. manuf tauter, Nov. i 4, s 3, at the Stratford-arms, Wakefield, Dec. 8, at the Mtn-and-Saddle, Dew!biary.--- - Henry Jackion, jun.
06 November 1792 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Acquaintance with this Country ....... g thens my anxious Wiflies for its Welfare. And I (hall experietre the mon fenfiltle

Acquaintance with this Country ....... g thens my anxious Wiflies for its Welfare. And I (hall experietre the mon fenfiltle

Gratification, it in my Adminifiration of the King's Go- eernmerrt, scan with a S reefs Device cortefpond to thole Mlles, aconinliflt his Majetty's earotft Dclire to promote and acute the H ppinefs and Profperity ot Ireland. I Na j af!, "lac Mount Vt (milts continues to! difgorg
30 January 1787 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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Cheer and Birringbant NEW POST-COACH, To carry Four Infidel. and Two Outfidu. CETS unt from the TALBOT-HOVEL. CUES Tett, every Month,. Wednedday, and Otitis, Motnine•, at Thies o'Clock, end arrives in Birmingbtru by Six in toe whence proceeds at Icrco o'Clock, A Poft Coach to Ox
30 January 1787 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LOST,

LOST,

About fix weeks ago, the following articles, from a watch : A Cornelian teal, let in gold, with an engraved he: ; a heart cryltal locket, with hair, ftt in gold a trinket, reprefenting the Virgin Mary, carved on ivory, on a bh.e enamcl'd ground, with hair on the myrtle tide, and
01 February 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TIMBER. TO SOLD 1W AUCTION, At the Red-Lon, in Wrexham, on Wednaday the ninth of February, 1791{ 6z ASH, ELM,

TIMBER. TO SOLD 1W AUCTION, At the Red-Lon, in Wrexham, on Wednaday the ninth of February, 1791{ 6z ASH, ELM,

OAK, SYCAMORE. Inquire of Mr. Thomas Newns, at lresford, who wai thew the above.
01 February 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER, Fr3RuARy I.

CHESTER, Fr3RuARy I.

The fr t&e adv,-rtillent y farm La, earn: toe late to . Fe a week, wiff wear at our On Saturday, Wheat fold here from 7s. sod. to Ss. baricy, 4.q. 4(1. to 4.5. 6(1. oats, IS. 7d. per meafure. Lately teas married, at Edinburgh, Lieut. Col. Campbell, of Lick-hill, to Lady, limMay,
01 February 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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08 January 1793 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Clermont'. V.ualia,l, Lcat Mr. Colliugti's Wood cock, tut sOOra. Mr. w entv7mrth's Ancafter remind coo. tr. from idr, SM. pleton's

Clermont'. V.ualia,l, Lcat Mr. Colliugti's Wood cock, tut sOOra. Mr. w entv7mrth's Ancafter remind coo. tr. from idr, SM. pleton's

Tuberofet Lord Clermont's Marquerade, beat M-. Shark. for Soog,. hlr. Walkrr'a Twin, beat Lord Ma•ch'a Rocket, for sop. TUESDAY. Mr. Conolly's Jolly but Mr. Went. wortb'a Ancaftet, for Price of Grain at Chelter, May Wheat, 6s. 3d. 731 b. Barley, 33. od. Beaus ' 43. 6d. per Meafu
14 May 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Warrington, April 2, 1776. ANN CHESTER, Widow of Edward Chefter, late of Warrington, in the County of Lancaller, Hair Cloth-maker,

Warrington, April 2, 1776. ANN CHESTER, Widow of Edward Chefter, late of Warrington, in the County of Lancaller, Hair Cloth-maker,

deceafed, RETURNS her molt fincere Thanks to the Cuttomers and Friends of her Paid late Hufband, and the Public in General, for the Favours conferred upon him, and acquaints them, that the shall carry on the Paid Bufinefs of a Hair-Cloth-Maker, Sacking, Tarpoling, and Twills of
14 May 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TU E LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, OR, eT LADY. DAY NEXT, ALL that deferable INN, known by the Name

TU E LET, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, OR, eT LADY. DAY NEXT, ALL that deferable INN, known by the Name

of the YATCH. or COUR r-HuusE, n N.:hop, in the County of Flint, with convenient and Stabler, Ayres of rich Arable and l'affure Land .vi i pining the fame.—Mr. Ric ,, ard Crewe, of the Kellyn, w li thew the I and ther Particulars may br had by applying to Mr. Robert La g orn, El
10 April 1787 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England