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BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

George Fowler, Scotland -yald, Midi3lefcx, merchant, April 9, 16, May 7.---James Stet!, Haft;ogs, sutiex, bardwareman, April 5, I:, .May lc.. - Kilpin, Princes-ftreet, Middlefex, dealer, +, 5, : Each at Guildhall.---William Sharp the yutioscr, Athby de Is Zouch, Leioefterthire,
05 April 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Morton Levy and Michael Levy, Covent Garden, &tars, April 12, 23, May 24.---John Mackenzie, Golden-lane, Middlelex, carpenter, April 9, z 5, Ma 14.---James Thompfon, Horford, Yorkfhire, clothier, April i 6, 23, May t4.---James Lee, Lambeth-read, Surly, builalct, April ,a, 13, Ma
12 April 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
of NM!, (lie is prepared for the contrary. Ibis View the Bred Squadron mq render the stadtholder and his Brother

of NM!, (lie is prepared for the contrary. Ibis View the Bred Squadron mq render the stadtholder and his Brother

the King of Pr ufia, more tractable, as well as encourage the Ottoman Divan to meet the Claims of the F.ntprels of kuflia with a manly Firmnefs that may make her think twice before the tefolves upon a War. Sunday te'nnight, at three o'clock in the Mviing, a Duel was fought in a
19 June 1787 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CASTER •COURANt. LINES their NIA; accompanying the ORaITID 'GUARDS to Greenwich, and taking leave of them, on their embaikatien ter

CASTER •COURANt. LINES their NIA; accompanying the ORaITID 'GUARDS to Greenwich, and taking leave of them, on their embaikatien ter

Holland. HOW foft, how moving, lately was the fcene, When Britain's KING, with fund atfeaing mien, His fay'rite hands on Greenwich chore liirvey'd, And all the father, to his troops ditolay'd. Then kindly anxious (hone our much-tov'd Qi.:Et And in her looks the tend'rett care wa
12 March 1793 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
lk9t at the I ur Mr intt!insard

lk9t at the I ur Mr intt!insard

06 August 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ee M A Y 26,

ee M A Y 26,

ee M A Y NO. 29A.z. ourant. a ifilirsti at Four Shillin g s
26 May 1789 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Biers it was yeherday reported. that the velrel, fortunately for the Governor's bead. has been captured by a Liverpool privateer,

Biers it was yeherday reported. that the velrel, fortunately for the Governor's bead. has been captured by a Liverpool privateer,

and carried into that port. Odd dream.—lt is fingular that Mr. 4;ooch, one of the gentlemen who was murdered by the ravages on the voyage to Nootka Sound, dreamed ago, that lush a fate would happen to him. Sentence of death was pronounced Taft Saturday at Dundalk, on twenty-one
23 April 1793 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LIX. N°. 3045.

LIX. N°. 3045.

CHESTER: PRINTED BY EDMUND MONK, IN NEWGAMIEP-STREET; I vhere Advertifetnents, Letters to the Printcr, and authentic Articles of Intelli7ence, are thankfully received; and Printing in general executed with L'egance, CorrcEinea, and Difpatch. O.I;RTISEMENTS are alfo taken in by M
24 May 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE WARRINGTON MEETING.

THE WARRINGTON MEETING.

T 142 OP CLERGYMEN'S WIDOWS AND ORPHANSr, WILL be held on TUESDAY the 7th of June neat. flic:nc . ice will begin at bad an hour pad ten in the forenoon, at :at Ot n C 4 u In the mean time, the friends of the charity, who cannot favor it with their presence, arc requeited to pay
24 May 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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24 May 1791 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England