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HEATHEN DEITIES

HEATHEN DEITIES

DEITIES This day is publilhcd, in a neat pocket volume, price JS. in boards, A MYTHOLOGICAL DICTIONARY ; accented in the manner of Mr. Walker ; containing accurate account of the Gods, Goddefles, Demi-Cods, Heroes, See. and a defeription of the Emblems under which the Greeks and
June 13, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
JUNE 7.

JUNE 7.

This day arrived Paris Papers to the 3th inft. The Mcniteur contains a proclamation ilfued by the French General, as the precurfor to his entrance into Hanover, (for this, at length, fee the List page J It is not neceffary for us to call the attention of our readers to the impud
June 13, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON PRICE OF BREAD.

LONDON PRICE OF BREAD.

From the ftatement and average Wheat lad week With the quahtity of Flour returned to the Lord Mayor on Tuefday, hi* Lordlhip ordered the Price Bread to be the Quartern Loaf. PRICE OF HOPS. ' FOCKITS Kent - 71. Os to 10s. Kent 71. to 81. ss. Sufl'ex - 61. ijsto 71. ss. Suffex 71.
June 13, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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follows: SATURDAY, JUNE 11. At T-'nlty Fair a vafl number of horfes were brought tor hale, few were good, and thde fetched the higheft prices every remembered ; not a Angle was to be feen, occafioned, it is thought from an apprehension of being difturbed by the pretf gang ; very
June 13, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
■—* ! G-QfKiC£, POK.ISMUUTH. larity through the extenlive Counties of Hampshire, (including all parts of the Isle ofj !ity, Members

■—* ! G-QfKiC£, POK.ISMUUTH. larity through the extenlive Counties of Hampshire, (including all parts of the Isle ofj !ity, Members

of Parliament, Officers of the Navy and Army, diftinguifhed Merchants ing Advertiiements in the Metropolis, and where the Files may at all limes be referred to* ADVERTISEMENTS AND ORDERS: Wareham, Mr W ,N CANTON, X Yaamodth, I.ofWWßr# ntD, Mr. W dimer Rydk, Upper, Mr.T'jung Skxl
June 13, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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aDVE T I SEMENT ON THURbDAy the nth day of Auguft, 1803, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, will EXPOSED

aDVE T I SEMENT ON THURbDAy the nth day of Auguft, 1803, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, will EXPOSED

PUBI.IC SAtE, at Collins’s Auction* Room, Unionftreet. Town Port Tea, the undermentioned GOODS, the ftrength for Dealers or Private Families : Jamaica Rum l Rum Shrub 110 > Gallons Hollands Geneva iuoJ Weltphalia 'iacon N()i Ham*.. 64J . ' which will be put up in fmall Lots to f
August 8, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PORTCHESTER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MERRETT, the King’s Arms Inn, on Thursday the iSth day Auguit, between

PORTCHESTER. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MERRETT, the King’s Arms Inn, on Thursday the iSth day Auguit, between

the hours of 4 and 6 the alternoon, A LL that defirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called PoRTCHrSTift Lodgr. And Alonday the and folldwing day, will Sold, on the Premies, the neat HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, particulars widen, and the Eftate, will appear the next paper, and Jatalognes delivered
August 8, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, 1.

LONDON, 1.

The Hamburgh Mail the 2jd inft. arrived yeftcrday, and announces that treaty of olfeufive and deienfive alliance has been concluded between the French, Dutch, and Italian Republics, and ratified by the Chief Cenfu.lat BruflVls; ■ the King of Spain has been invited to atccdc to i
August 8, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
epigram,

epigram,

THt IMMOUS ADULATION LATELY THE fIKST CONbOt « Gad ertetid Bonaparte, re/ied from all bts labours. .. When Bonaparte vvas Iwm,” th’ impmus rri« •* Tie Almighty from his labours ceas a . Net fo; for when tne monfter firft light, L Dciti own'd the child and ck.at’a hsnght. imitati
August 8, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CHRISTCHURCH, Hants.

CHRISTCHURCH, Hants.

ON Mr.'Vreasure quitting the George Inn, THOMAS HUMBY, many years Cook in a very reffiect.rble family, has this day opened a new Inn, called THE KING’S ARMS. The Hotife and Furniture are entirely new, a every is provided that can be found in private ft.-My. T Wines are of the fi
August 1, 1803 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England