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LONDON, Wednesday, January 29. This morning arrived a mail from Jamaica,, brought to Falmouth in the Penelope, packet, Capt. Wilson,

LONDON, Wednesday, January 29. This morning arrived a mail from Jamaica,, brought to Falmouth in the Penelope, packet, Capt. Wilson,

in days.—She sailed from; England on the ltith Sept. last, and arrived at Barbadoes the of Oct. —On her voyage out she spoke the Hynd cutter, of Guernsey, having Spanish brig prize in company. At the time of her arrival at Barbadoes there were lying there his Majesty's ships Tam
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

Friday's & Saturday's Posts.

FOREIGN NEWS, the VtRHNACourt of 4. ACCORDING to intelligence from General Melas, dated head-quarters near Turin, December General Klenau has. obtained a victory', on the 14th the same month, over the enemy, in the neighbourhood of the mountains of Corana, and made himself maste
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, Friday, January 31.

LONDON, Friday, January 31.

Yesterday dispatches were received from La Vendee, very different from the intelligence which was conveyed the Paris journals. Tbe Boadicea, and two other vessels, are returned from Quiberon Bay,after having successively landed stores, clothing, money, and ammunition. Sir Edward
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

Satur day,. February \\ Mr. WiMiams, fitter the Chrilichurch boat, captured and brought into this port yeflerday, large open tub boats, laden with eight hundred calks tobacco. Yetierdav part of the regiment foot marched t'rto-tfre town, 'a;.d this morning they Jet orTforPortchci
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

Cow f. s, }ait-> 31. On the 27th inflant, the RVanger, Capt. Moth, of this place, fell in with a French brigantine privateer near St. Alban's ; the Ranger being faff failing veHcl, with much difficulty, made her efcape, but not before fhe received from the privateer many fhot he
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

SOUTHAMPTON, Jan Arrived. Tartsr, Valpy; L'Adelaide, Lami; Recovery, Pinso*; Abeona, Sairs; from Guernsey. Copeland, Breeds; from Jersey. Hadbet, Botzam, fronr-Biiboa. Success, Bellumay, from. Looe. Sai 1. cd. Fame Packet. Nicolle, for Jersey.. Hung, Bazin, tor Guerntey. Robert
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
\\ THEREAS some Person Persons, present unknown, lately broke open a Bun, belonging to Mr. John vh. tin, situa'e at

\\ THEREAS some Person Persons, present unknown, lately broke open a Bun, belonging to Mr. John vh. tin, situa'e at

Bosham, and stole rlierrout A NEW Part the Materials of the Ship Harmony, lately wrecked off Itch nor Harbour: lor DW'oV'-rv''** the Offender <>r Offender*, a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS is hereby ofiired, to be paid on his their >v, by GEO. PLOWMAN. . Chichsuhi, Jan. 3'r, ALTON, HAN
February 3, 1800 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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