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*** M». *«"•». Stationer, Mr. R. Deacok, ixWifi Wight, Mr. Feltkau, Mr. Rickaadson, Baker, Pittr'ftU. r' Mr. Lact. Schoolnafter. * Mr. D. Lamasat Mr. Jaqje,, Bookfeller, at CA/rA^rr. And th. Cham*, Lo.o«,», A.i»er.o«' P.ri.'., St. Paul., and Doctor!. Common C^fto^t^."*'"-
February 11, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Portsmouth, February Arrived: The James, Ratcbliff} Rodney, Burch Bewley, White, and Unity, Chapman, all from London George, Hall, from Deptford Sandwich, Leggett from Shorcharo ; Benjamin and Ann, RatchlitT, from Commerce, Stanimore, from Lifbon; Surprize, Burden, from a cruize
February 18, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday's Post, by Express.

Monday's Post, by Express.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 6.- St. James's, dpril 6. been pleafed to his Grace Harry Duk«; of Bolton, tiie cfriccs of v Governor and Captain of the llle of Wight, Governor and Conftable Caiifbrook Caftle. And alfo appoint his Grace to be his Majefty's Lieutenant and Cuftos R
April 8, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

PORTSMOUTH, Saturday, April Sir John Lockhart is arrived here, and ordered his ftores to tak; n out of the Royal George, put on hoard the Cambridge Plymouth, board of which fliip he to his flag, and cruize the Nortii feas. Arrived the and fiiga'es, with the trade fleet from Opor
April 8, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Extracts from " Anecdotes of the last Thirty Years a Work lately pub- UJhed by Doctor Dominiceti 2/*Chelsea, and Sold

Extracts from " Anecdotes of the last Thirty Years a Work lately pub- UJhed by Doctor Dominiceti 2/*Chelsea, and Sold

byL. Davis, Ho/born C. Dilly, in the Poultry ; W. NhcoM, in St. Paul's Church- Yard J. Walker, at Charing-Crofs Almon, Debrett, and Stockdale, in Piccadilly W. Taylor, Mitre Courts St. Paul's Church Yard j J. Wilkes, in Winchejler and all other Bookfellers in Town and Country. —
April 8, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREE HOLDERS, of the County Southampton. GtN Mt N, AMbitious fucceeding late Father the office of one

GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREE HOLDERS, of the County Southampton. GtN Mt N, AMbitious fucceeding late Father the office of one

of the the New Foreft, now vac-nt his death, beg tea ye to folicit the hbnovr of your votes and intercrts. Permit me with great truth to affure yoo, that I will, if fuccefs'ul in the purfuit of this honour, ever exert my utmofl endeavours to merit the fame, being zealous to imit
April 8, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements, Articles of Intelligence, &c. for this Paper are taken by Fi and Walks 1, Pater-nofter Row, London. Mr. and

Advertisements, Articles of Intelligence, &c. for this Paper are taken by Fi and Walks 1, Pater-nofter Row, London. Mr. and

Mr. 8011, at Bath. Mr Cocking Printer BriM.l ™ * and Mills, Bookfellcrs, and Mr. Mr. Mil can, Stationer, Newport (Hie of Wight.) Mr Adey ' • Mrs. Beestow, Stationer, Lym^ton.. £, Carpemer, Southampton. Mr. R. Deacon, Cowes, syJe oJWtgbt. Mr Felth'am Richardson Baker, at Pete c.
April 8, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
S O SONG. Sung by Mrs. Kennedy, in Mr. O'Keefe't farce of The POSITIVE MAN. SWEET Poll of Plymouth was

S O SONG. Sung by Mrs. Kennedy, in Mr. O'Keefe't farce of The POSITIVE MAN. SWEET Poll of Plymouth was

dear, When forc'd from her to go, Adown her cheeks rain'd many a tear, heart was fraught with woe Our anchor weigh'd, for Rood, The Land we left behind Her tears then fwell'd the briny Hood, fighs increas'd the wind. We plough'd the deep; and now between Us lay the ocean wide Fo
April 8, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
From the London Gazette, April, 13, 1782.

From the London Gazette, April, 13, 1782.

At the Court St. James's, tbe 10th April, _ PRESENT, The KING'S Moft Excellent Majefty in Council. HIS Majefty in Council was this day pleated to declare his Grace William Henry Duke of Portland, Lieutenant-General and General Governor of his Majefty's Kingdom of Ireland, This d
April 22, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TRUSTEES of FRF. SCHOOL *' £ fi A Vacancy the platen Mailer cf the School being occafioned the death the

TRUSTEES of FRF. SCHOOL *' £ fi A Vacancy the platen Mailer cf the School being occafioned the death the

late v ROBERT BOYES, 1 beg tea/re offer a candidal fucceed his room. Should honoured with your chojpermit me to allure you, that w 11 be principal and only x\udy drfcharge the duties of the truft me, with ftridteft juftice and elity and pay fuch tion to education the my care may
April 22, 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England