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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dublin, Jan. 5. A fellow named Cullinan, who had, under various names, been an active agent of France since the year and who was particularly notorious and mischievous the South of Ireland, by the title of General Clarke, was some time ago taken near Camel and transmitted to Dub
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

Friday, January 13. is natural to infer from Bonaparte's visit to the French and Dutch coast, that the expedition has not been deferred till the Spring. Had the season for operations over, it would not have been necessary for him have quitted the capital and indeed, it is not po
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

Saturday, Janvnry Our Sessions commenced yesterday, when case any consequence was tried except thai of Richard Smith, a fad of about years of age, who was indicted tor stealing plate, linen, &C. which was acquitted—but he was sentenced to seven years transportation, on another i
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
COWES.

COWES.

Arrived Indostan, Green, from Hamburg!;. Francis Nieksor., Wiibur; Km. haus-n, Willems, from Amsterdam. Ceres, D. L. Das V..s; Aueusta, Sanger, from London. Henrietta, Dodt, tiom Rotterdam. Young Ferdinand, Lutsar, from Lisbon. New Yolk, Gose, from Virginia. Venus, Cor.iogo, fro
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

MONDAY'S MARKET, CORN EXCHANGE, JANUARY 9. The late influx all grain has been followed by additional supplies for this day's market, and which, with tiie unsold of last week, has rendered the sales extreme./ heavy, Wheat scarcely obtains last Monday's prices. The same mar observ
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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Ilouse, going to Rebuilt, about Four Miltsfrom Winchester, mid Eight from Sotubttntftbti. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (Oil the Premises,)

Ilouse, going to Rebuilt, about Four Miltsfrom Winchester, mid Eight from Sotubttntftbti. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (Oil the Premises,)

By Ml. MA NT, Tuesday the 2.yh January, 1804, and ttc following Day, precisely at Eleven o'Clock, ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, about Eighty Sacks of POTATOKS, Two Mitch COWS, a Lrge BOAT, and numerous other hFFEC I S, at said Mansion: comprising Four post and Scpha Besteads with
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TO SOLD BY AUCTION, EDWARD HELLIS, At the Sign of the Fox, Grewell, near Odiham, Hants, on the 3 Day

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, EDWARD HELLIS, At the Sign of the Fox, Grewell, near Odiham, Hants, on the 3 Day

Jasua y , 1824. Three o'Clock in Afternoon, HAT good and well-known PUBLIC- HOUSE, cali-d the Fox, at GrewelJ, substantially built with Brick and Tile ; Two good Parlours, latge Kitchen, good lor brewing the r own Beer, excellent Cellars, Dairy, and Fantry, on the ground Floor;
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

Monday, January 9. t Sunday four of the Hamburgh Mai's duel arrived. They bring letters and papers from that city the ult. The change the Russian Ministry sc long spoken of, his at length taken place. Count Woronzoff retires His age and bad state of health are assigned as the ca
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER,

WINCHESTER,

Saturday, January 14. On (he instant died, at Durham, aged 73, the Rev. Newton Ogle, D. D. Dean our Cathedral, and Golden Prebendary of Durham. was lather Durham Chapter, being installed ITc'S, and made Demi of this Cathedral in the following year.—ln his religion he was sincere
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb Pan's. By Af. Karamsin. —To-diy I have seen two remarkable in, itutions, the school

Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb Pan's. By Af. Karamsin. —To-diy I have seen two remarkable in, itutions, the school

for person born deaf and dumb, where hee children of misfortune are tructed, mean; of sign , reading* writing, and the sciences; and an establishment for ons born blind, who are also taught reading, music, a;.d other branches of knowledge. The former these ions .vas esrab'.shed
January 16, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England