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Monday and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday and Tuesday's Posts.

FROM THiTIO^oT"GAZETTE, lAT,V,ROAY, DECEMaSR 5. letter from Rear-Admiral B&r--v . last Warren, Bart, and K. B. to Evan Esq dated Port Ataho*, oclo6er loot. 11l ,\V E enclosed to you the copy of a letter relat to the transactions that have taken piace Porto Ferrajo, which request
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Hi' Nov. Jaficr ihc of France;*Kad \ maae knowrtn^theNßraip that h - would fbon be called to Lyons on impor&nt buiinefs, the Cunfulta of Milan Cooiulta the city of The perfons invited to it are all the Ci I pine DiuSops, to the number twenty-nine thirty-three cures forty-fix oer
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9. Yesterday morning were received severalsets of Paris journals. The Clef dv Cabinet, and some other journals, contradict the report which has prevailed for several weeks past, an arrangement having been made with the Emperor ol Russia, of which emigrants of
December 14, 1801 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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
 
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
 

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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
 
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Extract of a Letter from London, Dec. %t * \ ] In the House of Loj'di»"tfhis- r dky (Monday) Lofd JjW/tTO/? ( gave nOtic^bFarhcftlSn, immediately after,! itne Yec'ess', toenquire jnto'tlie conduct of His Ma-, jesty 'slate ?? l " Bl6 ?? V n so lojtg withholding- the Tjlessings of
December 23, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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MARK-LANE, ; Monday, Dec, 2%, We had both pn. Wednesday and Friday last, and , again this mocnjng, a tpl^rably large supply of Wheat, and quite an abundant arri val of every other species of grain. The mealing trade the ' latter end of last week had been quite brisk, and rather
December 23, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
ADVER TISEMENTS taken mby W.TAYLER, Warwick-Court, St. Paul's; T. HURST, Paternoster-Row ; P. KIRKMAN, Bunhill-Row, London; {where, and at Pe

ADVER TISEMENTS taken mby W.TAYLER, Warwick-Court, St. Paul's; T. HURST, Paternoster-Row ; P. KIRKMAN, Bunhill-Row, London; {where, and at Pe

e ie<* ».i„, nu „. . ?? v Atticourgk* W. Parfon j- botcfdah, J. Dobfon Cambridge, J. Deightoo Difs, J. Livock Halefworth, H. Kncvett Ipftoicb,^. Goodcbild Lynn, And FW '""""i C^P^^*-houf es , ?? are kept) and the following Cou^Ry /cTc^Hbrth & Wales Brocdtjh, W. Jolly Co/cA^cr, W
December 23, 1801 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England