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156 YEARS AGO. (Extracts from the "Courant" of Nov. 14, 1749.) STOCKPORT RECTORY. The Grea.t Rectory of Stockport, in Cheshire, becoming vacant by the death of the late incumbent, the Right Honourable the Lady Betty Warren has been pleased to present it to the Rev. Legh Rich- mond, Vicar of Garstang in Lancashire. A HAWAUDEN ESTATE. To be sold upon reasonable terms to the best bidder, on Monday, the 4th day of December next, at the house of Thomas Gilico, being the 8ign of the Crown in Ilawardm, the Capita and other messuages, tenements and lands of Mr. John Whit- ley ol Shotton, being an estate of inheritance lying in the Pariah of H award en, in the county of Flint, of the yearly value of seventy pounds and upwards, besides a good colliery on part of the said estate, the farm of coal reserved on a leaie granted off the same, amounting to fifty pounds a year and up- wards, with an unlimited right of common on Saltney Marsh. Enquire of George Hope of Broughton, Esq. ai d Thomas Hughes of Halkin, Esq., in the said county. _n_

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