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Chester Chronicle Or Commercial Intelligencer (Newspaper) - April 25, 1776, London, Middlesex HE Grand x BUefhappHy to in and i jfc iawfriver umeiihat Jfec wjll npt appear any mpre that eveat has Heaahtrvb laft Prince fentel the tilt and Ptterftttifgi and re Landgrave j in con Jafled witk nine for fecond brigade of the veiTels ne T y N E w As an qnvaijing inftatice of fecun of one an emi in iias 14 which have Iforth 43 this and A letter from North Carolina Daniel Max Ifdiant ofqnbLemiflied who had UTie refidsd at having a confide of money due from a planter near E Peeember hearing in confequence oi ni the qongrefs tQ command afllftance of the Virgin to that as fervice he was s it was reafonable h jCecurity for hi The uiqch refenupent at Ws and at his diftfttbing him for fuch a he was engaged in the feryice of his that he did not interrupt hjm j that he it not be for him wkich thotight a juft would infift Jus on talked in ve ry high terms of the unfeafonableneTs and infolence turning ta fome of his of ridof the ThediffipulT ty foon onss of the company an cffiecr under the ColwBel immediately ftept up fayinghe wojttld fettle the matter ifl fhot him immediately through the Notwithftandmg Uie love of humanity andjuf which ever accompanies a real love of Ijetwithftanding the high expreffions of a zeal for the xf which have been in the mouths of the rebels in it does not appear that any notice has been taken of tlws flagrant acl of cruelty nd by any or com iviittee a private dattd Ship Nor foiit Tiersare now here the Kings and Otter fliips of war and the rebels are in the raifmg fe veral new Qinerar with the Mercury andtwo with 150 are on thei to Cape to join Governor Mar wiip is at the head of 3000 Highlanders and regulars in government The total of tlie rebel General Montgo before has ftruck the rebels with a panic 5 from I they will not foon re He was and the whole army cut or takjen This is a affair for govcrn mcntj and Governor Carleton has acquired immor trf We are very impatient to hear from your We arc to believe are der vigorous The rebels 4re in in New England for want of is expected to be opened on Wedjief day next Houfe of but the contents are known to but very Part of the fupplies to by way of upon the following terms Stock tobeallowed for every three per fub fcribed now at without the T 65 17 6 By three lottery efti mated at 10 o 100 7 6 whole amounj of the prizes to be Letters from dated jjfa bring advice of feveral fhips from Cor and Li having arrived which Jiad brought trrem a vety feafpnable relief of which diey were before in fear they Ihould be in want They write from the ifland of that on the laft month two AraericariSxiTels arrived and unloaded their in tlian thirty There were board the faid veflels two American thought to have come from the General as they fet off for Paris the they as we arc were re ceived as they were at only three days at and then which vrerc toad WMVX Gentlemen tit as evfry tfctng ih readiaefs fbldreir Ibading and They failed both together j they are about 280 tons bur then Where they were bound was kept a profound There are feveral others atBother ports at this prefent time upon the fame It is thaj one of rican who has taken a very aclive part ia ftirrrng upi thofe dehided people to ha fomc time at Two under Batch who were at tempting tojand fome miHtaiy ftores for are faid to have been carried into Baftoa bj his Majestys Clip the Fowey where they at ift are i gfbcfemotion H gone for tlie eal lmga ftcwPartiaaffeat in that to meet the1 latter erid of Letters from Gibraltar mstitrony that a violent mock of ah earthquake happened at Old in A which overthrew and killed ma nyof the Yefterday an order for a writ of fummons to the houfe of peers was figned by his for Edward Knight of the flure for the county of by the title of Baron of in In the beginning of February a duel Was fought in between Rich and John merchant of that liland The quarrel arofe from the former waiting upon the latter Oft account of a considerable book when Bu imprudently told him to get out of his compu orhe would kick him and horfewhjp him out of the Ifland In confequence or this treat ment a challenge and they met when Bn fired firft the ball went through the neck of his antagonilt B1 then and fhot his advcrfary through the who dice on the B1 is in a fair way of A moft exadl fcrutiny has been by Lord Norths into the fums pofleffed byforeigners m the Englifh by which it appears that the Dutch have in them upwards of 57 The Swifs 8 The French i And o ther nations near 2 A family of copfiderable not far from Grof are in diftrefs at a daughter with in her own difpofal going off with a JOHN IS juft returned from with a great variety of printed Cottons and linens crofsbarril and plain printed of theneweft great choice of Guhx long and clear lawns yard and 64 wide plain ftipd with a good alfortrnent of Ttmbour and other workd Muffins of the different bradthsi Fine Damafk Tablecloaths ofdifferent printed Lawn and many other kinds of Linendrapery and Haberdafhcry which will be fold on the moft reafonable TURNPIKE Notice is hereby HAT the arifing at the feveral Toll upon the turnpike road leading from the town of Wrexham to the town of in the county of called or known bythe federal names of Llandegla and Folt and alfo the tolls arifing from Llanrhaiadr fituate upon the faid turnpike road between the town of Ruthin and the aid town of Denbigh and alfo the tolls arifing from the feveral turnpike called or known by the feveral names of and TavernyGein fituate upon the turnpike road leading From the nwri of in the county of to the faid town of will be let by auction to the beft at the dwelling houfc of Amhoirv known by the name of the White Lioji in Ruthin On Monday the twentyninth by of April in between the hours of two and five of the clock in the afternoon of the fame in the mariner direcled acl pafled in the thirteenth year of the reign of his Mujefty King George the for regu lating the turnpike which faid fcveral toll gates produced laft year as LIjndegla Gates o o Lanrhaadr 70 o o GwernyMynydd 22 15 2 TavemyGelin Go o o above the expences of collecting and the aid gates will be put up at the aforefaid feveral whoever happens to be the beft bidder at the fame give fecurity with fufficicnt fureties to the fatisfac tion of the truftees of the faid turnpike roads forpay ment of the rent agreed and at fuch times as they fliall EDWARD Clerk to the Truftees of the faid Turnpike To be Sold by On Monday the sjgth of April at tlie PydSull Itm ia in the city fubjccito conditions then to be produced THEirtheaitance of nine dwellinghoufes on the Eafl fjde of die Furthej in tke fai I city of in an airy and pleajant near the jn the holding of John Aflijon aad a piece of laryi at the back the faid ex ten4ing to above premifcs are well tenanted and ift goad repair ami John iNorthgatcftrcet will 7ew tbe awii partrculars iiiay be had of ie r A genteeJt in dieneweft aad moft fafhionitbje for the SPRING and SUMMER SEASONS With great variety of plain are juft received from by P R I L I P O R TO the in t I V E R P Q O HO has lifcewifc an arfortrncnt of half ell and VVAtWte quarters ftripe and fancy much det their uffel being the property of a Weaver declining fell three fchick Mprjes and Saans P Silks WtobllferiBratjery articles in ev branch W A JV AMafter W the freeGrammar School of Weayer in this Hie clear alary of the fare Ichool is thirtyfeven pounds per It is fituated in a populous arid extenfive and free to one townfliip in the and even that particular towttfhippays for Writing and la the know ledge andfliethod of teaching the ciufivciy of theirotherliterary are to competent Any perfon properly quali fied meet with further information and encourage mentby applying to the Truitees of the faid Nicholas of Peter of and the Vicar of To be Sold by On Tuefday the a Stir day of 17 at the houfe of John fign of the Rofe and in Lower Bebbiiigton aid net on Friday the z6tbJay of at the of Ettglsfield as lattfy atfaertifeet in this between the hours of Three and Six in the fubjedl to fuch conditions of faleas fliall be then Lot inheritance of a Field lying in Lower JL Bebbington aforefaid called the How containing about two acres and a now in the poffeffion of Edward of Btbbington inheritance of another Field in Lower Beb brngton fiogfheads containing aeie and a poJfcffion rf die fed inheritance of another Field in Lower Beb called the Heath containing about one acre and a alfo in the poffdfion of ihe faid inheritance of another Field in Lower Bcb binglon called the Whartons con taining abqut one acre and a alfo inthe pofleffion of the faid The faid Goodacre will fhcw the and my be had by applying at Ha miltons office in JOHN D I G A Si Robe and ef in leave to acquaint turned from withtnfc fieWeft and in Eoglilri alfo the new Fancy which hfilnal the moft elegant At the larae time aStires that riQtwiihftanding his interifred annual vlfitB he has fettred a correfpondenee Wfc have addition to the lafhions which will sfiafele um as than have theit tiffct frtMfi m the neaceft ty mofi obedieat hmhbk A is v arc AS He embraces this Opportunity of ft grateful thanks to the Ladles for the niirnWous ft voufs already hoping that a Steady Motion to birfinefs will rfltrit their future forty by direcling a fhall fee waited oft as foon as and the fame attention pfeid to thifr oftifirs as though in die fceighbourhood of JOURNEYMEN m the difierefit who by dfpiying immediacy will meet with conftam work and gpod Vfegts warp i iober diligent who is complete iri the feveral Sranchcs by applying as will fneat with good SUSANNA Unm IS juft returned From with a great variety fcf bnendiapery priated lifaeris arid cottons oftheneweft quantity 0f oth printed goods will be fold She has Uid in a large of both aiid which will be fold on very low A parcel of fprigged afcd tattbotirwotked niuflih aad and tarnboUrwofked waiftcoats in to be fold very With a heart full of gratitude he returns her inpftle fpeflful thanks to her friends and the for trie many obligations fhe hasVreceived from them and will be anxious to deferve their future by an affidu ous attention in execudng their orders iaith and on the moft reafonable To be Sold by At the houfe of Eubule the fign of the Crofs Keys in tlie town of in the county of upon Monday the fixth day of May between hours of two and fix of the clock in the fubjtfl to fuch cortdiirons as hall be then and tliere the following l nPHE F Simple and Inheritance and all that mefiuage or tenement wuh the in the townfhip of in the pariih of in the county of DenbiglK called and known by the name of Cefn Eithin in the holding of Edward LOT All that meifuage or tenement and with the in the lownfhip of Peny in tlie parifii of in the faid county of or known by the name of Tyyny in the holding of Maurice Lor All that mefiuage or tenement and with the in the townfhips of Tre in the parifh of in Kin in the feid county of called or known by the name of Nant in the of John firfl lots iic near Cefn Cieyon whereon the tenants have an unlimited right of com The tenants will iliew the ani foi ffrther paruculars apply to Edwards of Cerqg near To be Sold to tke beft On Fricky the third day of May benvecn the hours of three and fix in the at thedwcl Jinghoufe of Caiherine calied the Green in the townfhip of in the parifh of in the county of in one or other lots asfliall be agreed ufioti at the time fubjecl to fuck conditions fhuli be then and there A XL thofcTwo Freehold or TE with the lands and sppurrcnaiices hcieto andbeiag in die faid owhfliip of now in the icveiAl tenures or occupations of John atid Jchn at tlie yearly rent of liior fidjoirrijig aircf laving a right ol a refnarkablv rich Called and within about four miles ofWelch of Llaiiyrnyiicch For further Attorney at Law in Pode aferefaid or of Tho i3s at near tbe who wilj hew the to Cover At Twentythree Shillings a THE high bred Horfe was bred by his Grace of Ancafl got by dam by Grafchop granddam by SirMkhael Newtons bay greatgranddam by out of the Bay Lufife He won tlie four year old fweepftakes at Newmarket in beating 13 capital racers of the cohs are very ftrong and handfome thofe cut Of bred mares very likely to be He is now at The GEORGE Grafs for T I M B E To be Sold to the beft A the houfe of John being the fign of the Red Lion in Mai in the county of on Monday the aSth of this inftv beween the hours of two and fubjccl to fuch conditions as will be then TWO hundred and thirty OAK marked and ftanciing and growing in in the parifh of Malpas The timber may be viewed before die by apply ing to at Edge Whohath to aad may be entered upon at a good modernbuilt with a brew hoUie and a large garden thereunto with or without four or five ftatute acres of liquated in Mai pas For furtherpaitculars ciicjuire as J O H N R I G B PROPRIETOR of the IRONFROUNDRY at near TAKLS the liberty to inform tlie that he has teiy conficleirby extended his Works in the Iroaibundry and particnarly THE EMTIRE MANUFACTORYof BATHSTOVE which he executes in the beft and from the moftele gant defignsin the antique and modem flyle oma ment and from a corarnon the cati ftruilion of thofe to alfurc the pub that they are not in the lead degree fubjeft that of the fire not clearly and finifhcs in ihe compleatefl manner ail kinds of by the addition of a are pre vented from giving a difagreeable fmcll or tafte ro what is baked in Likewife fits complcatly all kinds of Laundry and for burning pit coal or Hot Hearths and Hot Makes Iron Ftunaces for Brewing and Boilers of all fizes with for fhe Half Hundred adjuOed to Clock to any Alt kinds of Iron Work for Smelting and with all otherarticles in the Caft Iron or perfons in that pleafe to favour li tlie with their may theiS bufiocis bsing ctlpatthed wih thetKinoH care IlubedienrhlimWif
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