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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

y, Jan. 19. Petitions were presented from the Debtors confined in the county gaols of Kent and York, praying for relief.— Ordered lie on the table. THE KING'S MESSAGE. Mr. Long moved, that the order of the day, for taking into consideration his Majesty's message, and the late co
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SALE POSTPONED. SOUTHAMPTON. The Sale of HOUSEHOLD E, Ac. No. 56, the High-Streef, on TUESDAY the Day February, and tol

SALE POSTPONED. SOUTHAMPTON. The Sale of HOUSEHOLD E, Ac. No. 56, the High-Streef, on TUESDAY the Day February, and tol

owing Days, Mr WATTS, is unavoidably postponed till TUESDAY the nth February, and following Also, prec'sclv at Twelve n First Day of Sale, will SOLD by AUCTION, the Premises, No. 56, the High-Street; COMPRISING a substantial and built DWELLING-HOUSE, most advantageously situate,
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TO SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, THOSE most Valuable MANORS EAST TUDERLEY, alias tythekley, and I.OCKf.RI.EY, th- Coun-y Sou: tiam.'ou, nrur' tj.e

TO SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, THOSE most Valuable MANORS EAST TUDERLEY, alias tythekley, and I.OCKf.RI.EY, th- Coun-y Sou: tiam.'ou, nrur' tj.e

Great Western Road, seven*y fro*} io . - -, and at short distances from Salisbury, and Romsry; with the Capital '-MANSION-HOUSE Tuderley, Stables, Coa.h-H »_>e., Bfld convenient Out-Houses, Pleasure Grour. Js, Ponds, Lands in Hand, exceedingly 'or a Park, large and Coppices, fil
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LENT CIRCUIT ASSIZES.

LENT CIRCUIT ASSIZES.

Home —Baron Hotham and Juige Heath. Norfolk —Lord Chief Justice Eldon and Judge Grose. Western— Judge Buller and Judge Lawrence. Northern —Lord Chief Justice Kcnyon and Judge Rooke. Oxford —Baron Thompson and Judge Le Blanc. Midland —Lord Chief Baron Macdonald and Baron Chambre.
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
VIDE, LEGE et CREDE.

VIDE, LEGE et CREDE.

Case oJ]k Mis Vauchan, Esq. (late Banker) Park- Street, Bristol, who has very laudably gictn Permission to its being made Public for the good the AJlicted HE Years of Age, and acknowledges with Gratitude that he has received infinite Benefit from seven Bottles of the CORDIAL BAL
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Marker Herald.

Marker Herald.

MONDAY'S MARKET. Corn Exchange. Jan. '17. We had but a scanty supply wheat this morning, sale of which dry fine) was brisk, and prices higher. —Having had a large arrival Barley since this day sennight, and the expectation the distilleries being prices have declined in consequen
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday and Tuesday's Posts.

SURRENDER OF MALTA. Malta, Sept. «. THE generals, superior officers, both of the land and marine forces, the commissaries of war and the marine, the commandant of the forts, and the olficers of every rank commanding detachments of the different bodies, convoked the General of Di
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Friday & Saturday's Posts.

Friday & Saturday's Posts.

LONDON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. THE Hamburgh mail due on Sunday, arrived at a late hour on Wednesday night. The articles which it brings from different parts ot the Continent relate, almost entirely, to the last armistice concluded between Austria and France, on which the informatio
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
POPULATION OF GREAT BRITAIN.

POPULATION OF GREAT BRITAIN.

On this interesting subject, much ignorance has hitherto prevailed The researches ot the Agricultural Society have however made much progress in ascertaining the fa£t, and have already established the gratifying position, that the population of the country exceeds at least two m
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SUNDAY's POST.

SUNDAY's POST.

Saturn? (BY EXPRESS.) DOWN ET, J 1. The following Copy of a Dispatch from Major Gtn. Pigot, Gen. Sir R. Abercrombie, has been received this Day by the Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas. SIR, Malta, Sept. i&oo. IHA\ great satisfaction in acquainting you with the surrender of the fortress of
October 13, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England