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HIGH PRICE OF PROVISIONS.

HIGH PRICE OF PROVISIONS.

The following a copy the report made to tbe Court of Common Council on the 30th ult. by the Committee appointed the Court on the 15th April, " to take into consideration, and report if any, and what, remedy can be applied to remove the extravagant high price of every neceflary a
04 August 1801 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Capital ESTATES in Carnarvon/hire'. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Hptel, in Carnarvon, on Tuefday the nth day ot

Capital ESTATES in Carnarvon/hire'. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Hptel, in Carnarvon, on Tuefday the nth day ot

Augufl inft. at four o'clock in the afternoon, fubjedl to conditions, and in the lots in the printed particulars; The FEE-SIMPLE and INHERITANCE of the following ESTATES : A of Tenements, Par'ijhtt• A K- P. y Grifta, John Roberts, «—— Llanfair Gaer, j 15 Ty Conglog, Hugh Thomas,
04 August 1801 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
POINTER DOG, «rith a brown head, and a while blaze up the head, fmall brown fpot in the bliwe, and

POINTER DOG, «rith a brown head, and a while blaze up the head, fmall brown fpot in the bliwe, and

the left fhoulder large wound brown ttiark, and anfwers to the name of Do*.—Any giving information the Printer hereof, of the above dog, will be rewarded —If detained after tins notice will be profecnted. The above dog was at and Beachpnol, about three weeks month ago; and the-
04 August 1801 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The Gazette contains the appointment Lieut.-Generals (iYoni CI. Dernan! G- Hewett) Generals in the Army; *J*jor-GeueraU (from lien. Kail of

The Gazette contains the appointment Lieut.-Generals (iYoni CI. Dernan! G- Hewett) Generals in the Army; *J*jor-GeueraU (from lien. Kail of

Da.hoiisic toe Hon. W Stewart) be Lieut.-Generals, Montis, (from Gerard Gosselin, Major Lord M;ij—Generals; Lieut.-Colonel-* jfrom Lewis Grant, foot, to J. Dalrymplc, n< be Colonels 5'J Majors (from Jacob ovn uyler, of Cape Hegt. to llobt. Sluene, T Maidstone) to Lieut.-Colonels
08 June 1813 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO IRON NGERS, Ac. TO let, U UPON IMMEDIATELY* Messuage »r Dwelling house, with a large and commodious >hop, n»«»-»t

TO IRON NGERS, Ac. TO let, U UPON IMMEDIATELY* Messuage »r Dwelling house, with a large and commodious >hop, n»«»-»t

desirably situaicd in tin m<i. kct-place, and Hari'lioiuc, >hcai It-street, near the said Shop, now ot copied therewith, 10 the populous and tr.uii.ig towo <»i Northwich, in the couni j *>* Chest ei, where Messrs. Sound aid hoiuas Weston, ,both now deceased,; lately car«icd on t
08 June 1813 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DISTANT COUNTRY MARKET.

DISTANT COUNTRY MARKET.

ReaJisg, May 13. Wheat 98s i6o« ori Oats 24s 461 New os od 'o» od Beans od Barley Feat :6t od to od
02 June 1801 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A CAPITALIST TO BE LET, Upon the great road leading from London to Holyhead, and may be entered upon immediately

A CAPITALIST TO BE LET, Upon the great road leading from London to Holyhead, and may be entered upon immediately

i THE CROSS FOXES, Ofweftry, in the county of Salop j confiding of a large ASSEMBLY-ROOM, TEA-ROOM, three large and two fmall parlours, very commodious kitchen and bar, excellent LODGING-ROOMS, BOWLINGGREEN, good ftabling, and very fpacious cellaring, well calculated for carryin
02 June 1801 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Small comtiiuii belonging Mr. Charles Douglas, Perth barracks, has lately laid two eggs the following dimensions : circumference length way*

Small comtiiuii belonging Mr. Charles Douglas, Perth barracks, has lately laid two eggs the following dimensions : circumference length way*

eight inches ; ditto, at the middle tfj. weight juz. A petition tax on sbap signing rapidly all the washer-women. It is to presented to the House of Lords the Marquis of atcr-ford, and to the Commons by Lord Sud-lry. Wednesday afternwri a fish salesman, Billings-gate, having sot
28 May 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR the CHESTER COL'HAN'T- Sin, The subject which I have selected for the present number is, answer to

TO THE EDITOR the CHESTER COL'HAN'T- Sin, The subject which I have selected for the present number is, answer to

an enquiry whether hereai'tek those con! nexions will be renewed, which, in the present ite, have been disposed by the hand of death ; and what is the nature of that happiness, which the virtuous may hope to enjoy in future state of existence? "It is noble and animating speculat
28 May 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
north tvales. TO LET, THE FIRST 0 r Gu^ T'lnd"^^ gg^feill l>y full grown plantations, of the finut end ~

north tvales. TO LET, THE FIRST 0 r Gu^ T'lnd"^^ gg^feill l>y full grown plantations, of the finut end ~

ornamental timber. The Offices a. „„ .In »T and enlarged sca.e, and capabU S'2 accommodation of cierr kind.— 1'1.,. . ftuit l °" :d 'tl U "h C ' opped ' and P' an,ed "Vt\rfhoi"e" the rent w'in'bi'^" 1 ° f J bis optionoftaii„ r « ,,numTe e h from St. Asapb. Mr. S& by'Mems a \V,Lu
28 May 1816 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England