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SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

SOUTHAMPTON. Arrived —James, Jones, from Oporto. Speedy, from Jersey. Agenoria, FJere; Endeavour, Le Cocq Liltie Arthur, Burridge, from Guernsey. Nancy, Privett, from Liverpool. London Merchant, Moaning Margaret, Fletcher, from Sunderland. Sailed—Anna, Gruchy, for Jersey. Alert,
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

LONDON GAZETTE, July 3. Translation if Imperial UTase, by the Emperor Russia at Peter sburgh, the nth of relative the Admission of ForeTrprtrs intuits Imperial Majesty's Dominions. lst. T ,, enter our frontiers, all persons, except the J[ undermentioned cases,' are provided, wit
July 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

from the LONDON GAZETTE, July 31. Admiralty-Office, August 7. Copy a Utter from Vite-Adnirai Sir Charles Cotton, Bart, William Marsden, Esq. dated board his Majesty's ship the San Josef off Ushant, August 1804. SIR, here with I transmit letter, for the information of the Lords C
August 13, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
up at Ovington, on Friday, July 27, and lodged in St. Cross Pound, a black COLT, with long Tail; the

up at Ovington, on Friday, July 27, and lodged in St. Cross Pound, a black COLT, with long Tail; the

two hind Legs, and one fore Leg white, and has a white Spot in the Fore, head ; the two fore Hoofs marked with a W. Whoever can prove it to be their Property may have it again, on paying the Expences, by applying the Hayward of St. Cross. Lignum Antiscorbutic Drops. THE followin
August 13, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
CIRCULAR LETTERS.

CIRCULAR LETTERS.

"My Lord, September 25, As it is of the utmost importance the defence of the country that every exertion should v to complete the levy of men to be raised for the additional force, in the manner prescribed Geo. 111. cap. 66, and as considerable delays have, from various causes,
October 1, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WOODLANDS, NEW FOREST. TP BE LET, Furnished, for Twelve Months, HOUSE replete with every convenience for the accommodation of a

WOODLANDS, NEW FOREST. TP BE LET, Furnished, for Twelve Months, HOUSE replete with every convenience for the accommodation of a

genteel Family, together with Stables and Coach-House, and with or without twenty Acres of Pasture Land. Possession may be had immediately. Apply to Mr. Devereil, Attorney at Law, or Mr. Mant, Auctioneer, Winchester, and for view the House, to Mr. Nightingale, Lynuhurst. DROXFOR
October 1, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
CHALTON, HANTS. TO BE SOLDBY AUCTION, T. DYER, Monday, October Bth, 1804, and following Day, THE FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in

CHALTON, HANTS. TO BE SOLDBY AUCTION, T. DYER, Monday, October Bth, 1804, and following Day, THE FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in

HUSBANDRY, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Mr. rxntcr, leaving Chalton Farm: the Stock comprises eight capital Draft Horses, Poney, onwards of 100 Sheep, 15 Hogs aod Pigs, three Waggons, three Carts, three Roller*. C*rt and Plough Harnett, seven new Military Saddles and
October 1, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

LONDON, Monday, April 2. MONITEURS of the 12th, and 13th, ult. have been received. They ore silent with respect to Moreau *nd Pichegru, not afford theslightest inforirsation cither upon the subject of the Coney, or the period when the persons it are tobe brought to trial. The th
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

LOXD0 x Wednesday, April PARIS Journals the ult. inclusive have 'been received, which bring very interesting intelligence. a most extraordinary outrage, the French Government have got into their hands the Duke D'Enghien, son tbe Duke Bourbon, and grandson of the Prince of Conde,
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WANTED, an Apprentice to a Linen and Woollen Drtper.—Enquire (if Letter, Post-paid) to Mr. J. Clark, Draper, Alton, Hants. March

WANTED, an Apprentice to a Linen and Woollen Drtper.—Enquire (if Letter, Post-paid) to Mr. J. Clark, Draper, Alton, Hants. March

30, 1804. WANTED, at the HOUSE of INDUSTRY, at Headley, Hants, May-Day next, a proper MAN and his WIFE, tak-; the Management of the Poor, for the Parishes of Htadley, and Kingsley, Hants—The Average the House has been about Fifty poor Persons, chiefly Children. March 15, WANTED,
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England