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   Adams Weekly Courant (Newspaper) - January 12, 1779, London, Middlesex                                4fc {VI...J January    12, � Price Twopence-Halfpenny -;^*eH'33W; Chefter. ^ JQ^CAftlPE&^fronri the Harp at Conway) Viii h�.�WjFfeSjBtl�e��� W inform the Pub'Hc, That he hath taken (ari^eat)fr�d ^t$&YateJf; aDd to afihre tbe NohfKty, Gentry* _.5tH J�ftaw Cur* to fte his Gtfefts pdrfeQly far %!t5sfird^by the-^^^cornnioastWss "in this Inn, and by having Horfet.K^JifiSi^gM for thd^oads^general.   On thefe ___Jatioiite^^^tttBW tofolicft and hope for their Not!ce-and ^j^urageiqents and to approvehlnafclt th,e Public's moft grate-11 fill and oblig'd, humble Servant, ��'Clever, Dec:. 28, 1778. JOHN CARTER. i! " N. B. Mourning Coachea^and Hearfes, with faitable and able iflotfes, will be al ways'reaSy on thefhcrteft. Notice. TO be fold -by Auftion,- at tne Swan in Tarporley, in the County of Chefter, on Wednefday the 27th Day of January Inft. between the Hours of Two and Five in the Afternoon, fubjecl to fuch Conditions as will be than p oluced. The Inheritance of an Eftate in Tiverton, in the faid County, called ROBfNSQN's TENEMENT, confining of a new fub-ftintiai Dwelling Houfe, convenient Outbuildings, and upwards of nine Statute Acrts of pood Arable Meadow and Pafture Land, now in the Holding of Matthew Prince. For Particulars apply to Mr. Hall in Chcfter. ""O be Let for a Term of Years, and entered upon at Old Candlemas Day next, A complete DAIRY ARM, fituate at Afti, in the Pariik of Whitchurch, and finintj'-ftf-Salop, cofturioing about 123 Acres of very goo.! now in the Holding of Richard Johnfon. The Whole li�s in a Ring Fence, and is fitnate within two Wiles of the Town of Whitchurch. For Particulars enquire of Mr. Gregory, Attorney at Law, in Whitchurch afucfaid j or of Mr. Huxley, Writing Stationer, in Chefler. land: TO be Sold, at the Red-Lion, in Wrexham, on Thurfday tbe 28th of January, 1779, between the  Hours of Three and Six ip the Afternoon, in the following Lots 1 " L >t 1. The Tythe-Hay and Corn of the Townftip of Bor-ras-hova, in the Pari ft. of W'fxham, v Lot a. A Tenement and Farm, called Vrnn-Llwyd, in the Townftip of E.Jwyfeagie, in the Parift of Llangollen, in the Coaatyof Denbigh} in t'nf: Hjiding of Evan Edwasds; at the clear Rent of 47!--This F-irm confids of a large Tiaft of Land, is fet at a very low Kent, asd has a very extenfive and valoaulc Right of Common belonging to it. Further Particulars m3y be had of Mr. Weft Humphreys, Tallow-Chandler; or of Mr. Thccsas Hayman, Attorney at Law, in -Wr: xham. "^O be fold by Auction, on the Picmifes on Thurfday the 1.8 ch Day ot January, 1779, atthi; o'Clack in the Afternoon, ' A valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, fituate in Fioc'ftam, in the County of Chefter, c- mprifing that .veil-known Capita Inn, called the BEA&'s-PAW, and now in the Holding ef Mr. John Smith, very eligible and difti-gujlhed in Point of Situs tion, being ob the great North Road, and the Halfway Houfe from Warrington to Chefter ; to which Inn belong convenient Office?, Stable?, other Outbuildings, Oa.dens, and a very valuable Piece of *4eadow Land. The prefect Tenant's Terrs is only three years, at the End of which, any Purchafer may be arc. mmodated with a much larger Quantity of very valuable LanA. The Tenant will fhew the Premifef, and for further Particulars pieafe to apply to Mr. John Philpot, Bartlet'a Buildings. Holbourn, London, cr to Meffrt. Afhiej in Frodfham aforefaid. 1 that Mrfluage with the Lands and Ap- .J5AMUEL   PARRY, Late apprentice to Mr. Jofeph Clubbe, Ironmonger, TAKISS this Method to acquaint his Friends in particular and the Public in general, Thai he has opened a Shop lately occupied by Mr. Bennett, in Northgat^-llreet, nexyi Door to the Theatre Royal ; where he intends carrying on thj| Ironmongery and Grocery in ail its various Branches.' Thcfe who pieafe to honour him with their Favours, may depend or; 'the bed Ufage, and on the m"ft reafonable Terms. N. B. A!l S.irts of Smith's Tools, viz. Bellows, Anvils, Hammers, &c. &c. To be fold by Auction, At the Houfe of Thoims Nixon, known by the Sign of the Sun in Tarporley, in the County ef Chefler, on Tuefday the 19 b.. Day of Jaruary, 1779, bet weic the Hoars of threeand fix in the Afternoon, A u 1^ purtcnarc*� thereto belonging, in Alpraham in the ftid Cuui.ty, now in the Occupation of Mr. George Bennn, the Owner the-eof, confiiiing-of S 'eat and convenient Farm Hnufc and Onihuildiflgs in very- g->cd Repair, and upwarJs of one handed jStatute Acres of Land, SJeidow and Pafture, whieh faid Eftate is "now held by Leafe, tinder a renewing I.andla.d for three fieftiLivet, p*\ing a lm ;11 yearly rci'erved Rent. The Purcbafer may enter upon the Lands at Candlemas, and the Houfe and Outbuildings at May hext; and he may alio buv the Stock of Cattle, Horfas, Waggon, Carts and Implements of Hulbandry, now being on the faid. Eftate, at a fair Appraifument. For further Particulars apply to Mr. Wickfted of Wardle, or td Mr. James Garnett of Eaton, near Tarporley, and the fame Mr,' Beuicn will (hew the Premifes. To be fold by Au&ion, AT the Houfe of- Mr. Richard Alfop, the Bull's-hear), Manchefter, on Tuefday the 19th Day of Jan. V)l he above\Jnn,, and "from the Golden Crofs, Chairing-Crofs, London, every Tuefday and Saturday Morn-ing^-at Four f'Clock ; performs ia.Twu Days and a Half, pare 3I. 3s. and jtolb. of Luggage allowed. Overplus 2d per Pound, The MACHINES to and from London, to carry SIX PASSENGERS, one by Way of Whitchurch, Newport, Welch-Harp, Caillebromwich, and Covenl-try, fets out from the above Inns every Sunday afti! WednefdayEvenings, at 6 o'CIqcIc and performs inTwo Days. The other by Way of Nantwich, Stafford, Litchfield, .Tamworth, Atherftone, and Northampton, leave the faid Inns every Monday and Thurfday Evenings, at teven o'clock, and performs in Two Days and a Half. Fare for Infide PalTengers zl, 5s. and 2olb. of Luggage allowed; Outfides il. is. and iolb4 of Luggage allowed, Overplus 2d per Pound. The full Fare to be paid at Booking and Half returned in Cafe the Party does not go. The Proprietors will n�t be accountable for any Parcel of more than 5). Value, except entered and paid for as fuch. Alfo the POST COACH, co and from Holyhead, tocajry FOUR PASSENGERS, fets out from the White Lion inn, at Chelter, and the Eagle and Chikl Inn, at Holyhead, every Moining, (except SunJay and Thurfday.) Performs in Two Days. Fare il. ill. 6d. and 2o!b. of Luggage allowed, all over 2d. prr Pouad. Places to be taken in all rhe above Carrifg s at the Coach Office oppofite the White Lion Inn. N. B." A Genteei Mourning Coach and Hearfc, neat Poll: Coaches and Polt Chaifes, to be h id by applying as above on the moll reafona: le Terms. Any Baggage &c. addrefTed to Dm. Smith and Co's Care fhall be forwarded with the greateft Al5.inity. Dec. 28th, 17~8._____________ T A R P O R LIT-H~U'N t. THE Gentlemen are defred to meet their Prefidi'nr, at the Houfe of Jt feph S-uihon, on th.- 7th Day of February next.   Dinner on the I able at Four o'Clock. H�n. JOHN" SMITH BARRY, Preftri^nt Ssint Martin, near Oiweflry. ASCHOOL will be open.-d there, at Mid-fummer, by the Rev. Mr. W. WILLIAMS.-A more particular Adverttfement will be isferted in a future Paper. Jan. 7, I779^� �-i-� , � fi 'Notice ro Creditors. 'yHE Creditors of JOHN LAWTON, of Law- -a. ri>n-Han, in the County of Chelter, Efq. are re-queftcd to fen 1 a particular Account of their refpec-tivc Debts to Mr. Bate, or Mr. Wdlhm-Yoxali, in Nant'.vtch, that the fame may be" immediately latislied. PU be Let, and entered on immetlutely, I All :hu MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, with a Gar.'tn, walicJ n,und, well planted with choice Fru't Tree?, pleafantly fltuated on the Bark-hil., in Whitchurch, in the C-jn:y of Sa.op, late in tne Pnfl'eirton of Mr. Richard Payne, with or without fix Acres of exceeding good Land, lying nc3r the fairi Premifes-The faid Houfe con'ifts of a Hall and 0 large Kitchen, with Sculjery, fantry adjoining, two hr^s Par lours, four ve:y good Lodging Room1;, and exceHt-nt G.irre s wit", two Stable-, Oiw-hoiu'e, &c. Barn, and feveral other C --nveniences, wiiiih may be eithei taken with or fsparaie Irnni the faid Houie. For furthei Paiti>ulars enquire of Mr. Robert Clay, in Whitchurch, who \� ill fliew the Pterrrifes. .Timber proper for the Ufe of his JVlajeity's !        Navy, or any other Purpofes. TO be gold to the befi Bidder, at the Boot in the TowjCof Carnarvon, en Saturday the 6th Day of Febfu-[bk,'4*79�*t^�S to fuch Conditions as fliall be then prod'uted, 'ufl.eft^m-io^ify difpofed of by private Contraclb, of which timely ' Notice'feail'lje given, Two ThotfiaaJ Five Hundred and Sixty-fix Oak, and Ioa6 Afk Trees, all regularly marked, befides a very conliderabe Number of Oak andAfh Trees, marked only with Cyphers, a. d growing on Part of the D^-inefneof Cefndauddwr, in the Couoiy of Merioneth, at the Diftar.ce of three.Miles from Barmouth River, iind four Miles from the Town of Dolgelley, The.Purchafer of the Timber will be accommodated with proper Houfe: ford'effi ig the Bark, and all other CnveMenres. Further Particulars may be had by applying to OWE.'J RO BERTS, at Celndauddwr, who will fhew the Timber. O be Sold to the belt Bi'der, at the Red Lyon, in Over, on the 13th Day of January 1779, between the Hours of Two and Three, fuhjecl to Conditions to be produced.    Lot 1 AiMelTua.ee and Outbuildings in good Re-piir, with 13 Acres of Land thereto belonging of the Ch .mire Meafnre, fituate in Over aforefaid, called Pig'itt'i Tenement, held by Leafe for two frelh Livi.s under Thomas Cholmondeley, Eiq. Lo: 2, Another Tenement called Hollands, fituate in Over aforefiid, confilling of four Clofes, held by Leafe under the faid Mr. Cholmondeley, for the lame Lives, and ontaining 5 Acres of Chefhire Meaiure.- The Premifes may be entered upon at Candlemas next. And on Thurfday the 14th Day of January, will be fold the Houfhold Goods, Linen, and Furniture of Mr. William Pigott deceafed, at his late Dwelling Houfe Lot 1, above mentioned, the Sale to begin at Ten and continue till the whole are difpofed of. For further Particulars apply to Mr. Leeke, in Mid-dlewich, or Mr. John Rigby, in Over. DOCKS at PARKGATE. THE Subfcribers and others intereOed in, mr affected by, the intended Application to Parliament, for an A�t to rredY a Dock or Docks at Parkgnte, in the Couny of Cheifer, are defired (by themfe ves or Proxies) to meet at the White-Lion, at Parkgate, on Thurfday the 28th Day of this Inft. January, to confiJer further ab ut fuch Application j when a Petition for that Purpofe w^ll be ready to be fign'd by all Well-wifhsr; to the Undertaking. And all Perfjns defirout of becoming Proprietors therein, may have an Opportunity of fub-fcribing thereto, by applying to Jofepfl Hayes, Efq. at Nefton, or Mr. Fo'Hot, Merchant, in Chefter, with whom the Sub-fcription P-ipers are left. TO be fold by Auction, on Thurfday the 21ft Day of January Inft. at Mr.. Salt's, the King's Head Inn, Frodftiam, in the County o? Chefter, at twoo'Clock, the Inheritance of the feveral Eftates hereafter mentioned, fituate, lving, and being in Frodfham afirefaid (lubjeft to Conditions thro to be produced) in the following Lots, viz. Lot j. A Genteel Mefiuage or Dwelling-Houfe, confifting of five Rooms on a Floor, wiih a Brew-Houfe, two large granaries, a good Stable and Garden, and three Acresof Land, of Chefhie Meafuw, thereto belonging, now in the holding of Mr. Jofeph Corwell. Lot 2. A convenient Dwelling-Houfe, with a hrge Shop and Warehoufe thereto belonging, now in the holding of Mrs. Mofs. Lot 3. Another Mefluage or Dwelling-Houfe, confifting of four Rooms on a Floor, with a good Garden thereto belonging, how in the holding of Mr. John Webfter. Lot 4. Another Meffuage or DweUing-Houfe, confifting of four Rooms on a Floor, with a Kitchen, Brew-houfe, and Shop, and a good Garden thereto belonging, now In the Pof feflion of Mr. William Berrington. N. B All the above Dwelling-Hou'ea are well built with Brick, dated, and are in excellent Repair, Lot 5. Another large AibfHbtial Meffuage or Dwelling-Houfe, built wiih Stone, and "flated, with the Shops, Stable, Smithy, Cow-houfe, Garden, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, together with-a Meidsw, containing thiee Quarters of an Acre of Chefhire Meafure, now in the PofTeflion ot Mfi John Woodward, his Undertenants or Affigns. Lot 6. Two other Meffuages or Dwelling-Houfes, with the Garden and Appurtenances thereto belonging, fituate, lying, and being in Frodfham aforefaid, now in the holding of Samuel Hough, his Undertenants or Affigns. All the above Premifes are held by Tenants at Will, except thofe in the holding of William Berrington, who has a Term therein of fix Years; the refpeftive Tenants will fhew the Pre-mifei, and further Particulars may he had of Mr. Salt, at the. KtngVHead, in Frod&ara aforefaid j o.r M,r, Qvnej ., Attorney, in Chefler. rO be Sold to the 1 ejt Bidder, either together or in the following Lots, on Saturday th- loth Diy January, 1779, between tbe H'mrs  f tw, ;i il five o'.'l clc ii ti.e Afternoon of the Oid Da-., t: ;t->in- n." .�-!r. Ar- i:ib:l : Keightlty. being tbe :ji-n of <!�- Ai* wler Trees, marked and nnm-bertii, growing on the feveral Farms or Tentm-nts, fitu-te in 3unbuTy, in the (aid County of Chefler, ?nd now in the refpec-tive Holdings of William :nmm, Richard Lewis, Jofeph Lewis, iichard Skerratt, James Harding, and George Green, or theii Under-tenants ; and in SpurftV.w, in the fame County, now in the feveral Holdings of Samuel Hurlbutt, John Hatton, John !
                            

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