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Friday & Saturday's Posts.

Friday & Saturday's Posts.

Ratisoon, Nov. IT is ftrongly believed that the proceedings f the congrefs at Amiens will communicated to the deputation of extraordinary couriers, that it may regulate its conduct accordingly. They fpeak here fecret orders given certain princes their commanders, to hold their t
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER,

WINCHESTER,

Klderrield, oflfcfrfflttlFhtlVf, rWrtley', «iaM>"t- . oi -.la*''-*** ,t; Miss the'flat! +iihqArey MfcrfcJtrri, of Sobertwi/Jjot i txnntfy.. •Idast week M-r. oCAHor, fßenwett* ojang'est i . BemieUi, this, awn tt>. d-tevi rrefcrfcuwinoi stoke* Mb has s*en i>art<»f been i tnejnatf
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
THE next WINCHESTER ASSEMBLY will held at the GEORGE INN, oo Thus*. the 17th of Dscsstaxa, 1801. TO BE SOLD,

THE next WINCHESTER ASSEMBLY will held at the GEORGE INN, oo Thus*. the 17th of Dscsstaxa, 1801. TO BE SOLD,

Capital POINTER DOG, two Years old, White with Liver-coloured Ears. For further Particulars enquire Mr. Eoeorr, Blacksmith, East-street, Southampton. H H THE next Meeting of the H. H. will held at the George Inn, in the City Winchester, Tuesday next, the 15th Inst. RICHARD MF.VL
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON* - SOtD AUCTION, the * Premises, No. 75. in the High-street, trie Entrance to Gloucester square, on the ll

SOUTHAMPTON* - SOtD AUCTION, the * Premises, No. 75. in the High-street, trie Entrance to Gloucester square, on the ll

of 1801, and following Day. h WATTS, an Assortment of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LINEN, CHINA, GLASS, Are. The whole may viewed the Day preceding the Salq, which wttl begin each Day at Eleven o'Clock Catalogues nay had the Auctioneer, and the Place Sale. SOUTHAMPTON. BE SOU) BY
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
iOR CHRISTMAS NEW PUBLICATIONS, LIBRARIES, *c. for the both S«es, «old if, J. HARRIS, at Juvenile Library, Corner St. who

iOR CHRISTMAS NEW PUBLICATIONS, LIBRARIES, *c. for the both S«es, «old if, J. HARRIS, at Juvenile Library, Corner St. who

has, tor rftrla»p««tlHi-«f the Geetry, Schools, and others, (where Reiaasd intended lor At. « up » Number Wat BOXES, labelled, under the of THE JUVWiU LIBRARY: Wrakh Si*, |iiht. BooJff .0 eacp, may 5 faia * Variety bound all other similar Narrate) obliged tofake 'tart only, but
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
To Thomas Taylor, Esq. g, New Bridgi- Street. London. honoured si*, March i 3, I BEG Leave to inform that

To Thomas Taylor, Esq. g, New Bridgi- Street. London. honoured si*, March i 3, I BEG Leave to inform that

evb° since the Year 179*. have been with Venerea which, from its obstinately resisting eve' Course of Medicine prescribed by the most eminent the Faculty here, and undergoing several severe Courses of Salivation, and twice discharged from the Hospital, wirh little Relief, would
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
I [fen fG HE Mr. JOSEPH SATURDAY the ol Due 1 the ROYAL OAK., between the Hours of Few art

I [fen fG HE Mr. JOSEPH SATURDAY the ol Due 1 the ROYAL OAK., between the Hours of Few art

Five o'Clock the Afternoon, Garden behind the same measuring Roods fe«s) situate the upper End of Turks** Lane, arid now In fhe Possession ol Jon n Hut and Kent » E w. • Fsrtictilaw known tbi»*re Auctionerr. •"' .if Tinm-; r —'■ - '■ « f"' ■ TURNPIKE Stocitridge, the Top Stephen
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LEEDS, March <&

LEEDS, March <&

LEEDS, The Archbifhop this province has been pleafed to collate the Rev. John Ellis, vicar » to a Prebend in the Cathedral Church Rip on. The Rev. Mr. Wilfon, under-mafter of the free grammar fchool at Bradford, appointed curate of Thornton, near that place. A few days ago was ma
March 29, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROSE and CROWN and TALBOT INN, E E D S. JOSEPH lIINDLE md SON, take the prcfcnt Opportunity of turning

ROSE and CROWN and TALBOT INN, E E D S. JOSEPH lIINDLE md SON, take the prcfcnt Opportunity of turning

their fincere hanks the Gentlemen, Travellers and Others, for the many Favours conferred on them, and beg Leave to inform than, that they lend tunning Poik Chailes as follows, Poll Chaifc with Paii of Horfes is. od. Ditto with HoiTca Ditto assort. Saddle Ditto On. 6d. The fifUtv
March 29, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
William Blackburn's Creditors* THE Afiignees named in, and acting under and Virtue a certain Deed of Alignment made to them

William Blackburn's Creditors* THE Afiignees named in, and acting under and Virtue a certain Deed of Alignment made to them

by WILLIAM BLACKBURN, of Hcckmondwike, in the Pariftt the County of York, Blanket Maker, bearing Datfethe Seventeenth Day of April, intend to meet the Houfe James Roberts, the Wool Packs Inn, in Horbury, in the faid County, on Thurfday the Eighth Day of April next, at Eleven o'C
March 29, 1802 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England