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THE HAMMERSMITH GHOST!

THE HAMMERSMITH GHOST!

a THE HAM-MER.SMqH GHOSTr ! rf HUi;RSDAY f~nih-aeleren o'clrock,. I there was a coroner's inqueff held at the houtf of Mr. Thomas Leigh, the figo of the Black Lion, in H-ammerfmith, near 'Laion, on the body of Tnomas Millwood a bricklayer., who had beer, lhot, on the Tuefday nigh
January 17, 1804 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

Balfam -of Liquorice. 8 the negle& or mifianagement of a A fimplbcough or iold, at the approach of winter, often lays the foundation of an afthrma or confamu- tion, it behoves thofe who would fecure their health, to ni~p the ?? in 'the bud ; for.' Procratitnation it the thief of
January 17, 1804 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
STOCKS.

STOCKS.

STOCX.& is, in 11- of ier Ve rte ,re of Jr-: re. en ed utr lew Blank Qlock 15 3-i 1 India bo lds ts. premn. 3 per c red.Ss* 56 551 imp. 3 per cent. 54i_1t 3 pert cool. 55A I lmp.annn 9xA9-t6 4 P51 C- 7T2i I Exchleq. bills zs, prens. 5. per c. navy: 891 89 I Ollninum 311 di[. 5 Mp
January 24, 1804 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SCHOOL FUK YOUNG LADIES

SCHOOL FUK YOUNG LADIES

MRS. ROSS refpeflfully informs the Public that her School, Ko, 52, St. Thomas’s-(lrcet, Portf„put|,( will Recommence |anuary 23, ISO 4, for the recepfionef Voung badhs, Boarders or Day Scholars. Mrs. R. ittariis her grateful thanks for the kind llae has for years met with, and h
January 9, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ARISING FROM DIVIDENDS AND ANNUITIES IN THE

ARISING FROM DIVIDENDS AND ANNUITIES IN THE

DUTY ON PROFITS,
January 9, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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SUSSEX. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. J. FLORANCE, Unlefs fooner difpofed of by Private Contract, on Saturday the

SUSSEX. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. J. FLORANCE, Unlefs fooner difpofed of by Private Contract, on Saturday the

21ft day of January, >4, between the hours five and fix in the afternoon, the Golden Fleece Inn, Chtclicfter, The following Freehold and Copyhold Estates; Lot 1. Very commodious, modern-built, brick EX. and faffied FREEHOLD DWELLINGHOUSE, with a large inciofed Garden, fituate in
January 9, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HAST STREET, PORTSMOUTH POJNT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, UprK the Premifes, in Mr. How's Warehoufes, Eaft-ftreef, on Wednesday the

HAST STREET, PORTSMOUTH POJNT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, UprK the Premifes, in Mr. How's Warehoufes, Eaft-ftreef, on Wednesday the

iSth inft. at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, by order and for account of the Underwriters, LL fitch TACKLE, APPAREL, FURNIi Xi TCRE, and STORES, faved from the Ship Townsend, Hepenftall, mailer, outwardbound from London to Doaninica, ftiinded near Portfmouth, together with put
January 9, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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January 9, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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January 9, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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January 23, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England