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CHESTER THURSDAY. ??

CHESTER THURSDAY. ??

Wednefday married, Mr. ' city, fltigeon :iu<4 v, tlaughfer Mis. Adams, Feathers inn. • A tew days ago married, Ikhnont, Mils , , v . -ji Saturday night died, Teriuk, Whitchurch, John'VV'atlbii, l.iq. . Lart wetkdiedj,in Mr. marter"of the Free Grammar-School, Conor, Whitchurch. •
04 February 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
... i GcxTLtMEN Freeholders, . • , ; LET not the vaunting boaftof wealth to 'iK fnorted favor a candidate

... i GcxTLtMEN Freeholders, . • , ; LET not the vaunting boaftof wealth to 'iK fnorted favor a candidate

for the coronerfhip of youf county, difmay you. . " >•' Shew judgment in your approbation, and refo* lution in fupport of your choice. •• _ Wealth, properly dilpofed of, anfwers iff intended purp»fe ; but if to attempt bribe you, "vi rc" ctvve its proper »p—CONTEMPT SCORN. Denbi
04 February 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SUNDAY NIGHT'S POST.

SUNDAY NIGHT'S POST.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, April * LETTER, of which the following « extradt, was yefterday re« A ceived by the Right Honorable -Henry Dundas, his Majefty's principal Secretary of State for the home department, from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York, dated St. Amand, t
08 April 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TIDE TABLE. High water at Parkgate and ~»verpool, the ' heights ot tlit tides, the week. \Morn. Ever.] High. A*Rlt.

TIDE TABLE. High water at Parkgate and ~»verpool, the ' heights ot tlit tides, the week. \Morn. Ever.] High. A*Rlt.

!i« M. h. m r. i. Tuefday Is , 7 558 Sun 4,. 9 6 7 17 5 Thurfday 758 819 it Sun Friday 857 9*'>3 « C.«n . termed,. Saturday 94010 3 nds. ,0 39 15 5 Monday »4
08 April 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
GIVEN, THAT- under the authority of the of the .■soth Geo. 3d. imitled, a<3; for providing NEW POOR-HOUSE for, and

GIVEN, THAT- under the authority of the of the .■soth Geo. 3d. imitled, a<3; for providing NEW POOR-HOUSE for, and

fcr the better relief and government of the popr the Maaehcftcr, in county of er, tire luni of 13001. ij^wanted, upon the unexceptionable fecurity of the Munchcfter poor rates, either mortgage thereof, granting annuities for live* out the fame. All neceflary information may be h
08 April 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COLONEL TATE.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR COLONEL TATE.

WE prefent our readers with very fingul.ir curiofity —an authentic extract from the official orders of Colonel Tate, delivered to him by General Hoclie, preparatory to his landingin Wales. It is not our defign to enter into an examination thefe indrudtions.—lf «e did not know th
20 February 1798 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CAPITAL FARMING STOCK, TO SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. JOHN COWAP, On the premifes, Stoke, in the county oFChefter. on

CAPITAL FARMING STOCK, TO SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. JOHN COWAP, On the premifes, Stoke, in the county oFChefter. on

Monday the day of this February, 1798, ALL the valuable F ARMING STOCK, of Mr. Daniel of Stoke aforefaid (who is leaving his farm) confuting of thirty one molt excellent in-calt cows, eleven thrce-y ear-old in-calf heifers, four year-old ditto, one two-yearold high-bred bull, tw
20 February 1798 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
?REES iNCLOStTRE. Notice is hereby given, THAT an alphabetical lift or particular of all the claims which have been delivered

?REES iNCLOStTRE. Notice is hereby given, THAT an alphabetical lift or particular of all the claims which have been delivered

in to the commiff-oners appointed by ait of Parliament for dividing and inciofing the commons or waftc lands in the townfhips of Darleftone, FMils, Mickley, Willafton, Moreton-fay, Longford] and Stanton-upon-Hineheath, the county Salop, is, order of the faid commiflioners, lrft
25 August 1795 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH The Rochdale canal bill was reported, and ordered to be engroffed. The petitions againft the Leedsand Liverpool canal bill, werereported, and referred to the committees. The Trent and Merfey navigation, and Hull docks hills were prelented, read afirft time, and
18 March 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
POETICAL EPISTLE

POETICAL EPISTLE

FROM A GENTLEMAN LONDON, TO Hl# FRIENDS IN THE COUNTKV. THF city, Friday, was all in confufion The talk of invafion cius'd neral alarm, That the Flench woi'ld foon land, was the common conclufion ; Some exclaim'd— 4l oppofe them the public fhould arm." Before attempted my courag
18 March 1794 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England