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156 YEARS AGO. [Extracts from the "Courant" of January 1, 1751 OLD CHESTER INN. Advt.—This to give Notice, that the antient and well-accustomed Inn, known by the Name o the Golden Talbot, near the Eastgate in the City of Chester, is now held by Thomas Hickman, a Agent to the Hon. Col. John Lea, deceased Where all Gentlemen, Ladies, and others, wi shall be pleased to make use of the said House, may depend upon the best accommodations and most civil Usage, By their most obedient humble servant, Thomas Hickman.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

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MR. SAMUEL SMITH. -—t

THE CHURCHES. +

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