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TURNPIKE Fram Winchester to Southampton, Stockbridgc, and the Top of Stephen's Castle Down. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT a MEETING

TURNPIKE Fram Winchester to Southampton, Stockbridgc, and the Top of Stephen's Castle Down. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT a MEETING

the Trustees of the North District of the Southampton Road, and of the Stcekkiidge and Waltham Roads, will held Guildhall, in the City of Winchester, Tv a the Seventeenth Day of April Instant, Eleven o'Ciock Forenoon. Cleric. Win-cite sf r.R, Aprite, V KING OF BULLINGTON. THE Cr
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER. BE SOLD, G, and W. ROGERS, Coach and Harness Make k s, A MODERN second-hand CURRICLE, very good Condition,

WINCHESTER. BE SOLD, G, and W. ROGERS, Coach and Harness Make k s, A MODERN second-hand CURRICLE, very good Condition,

with Head to take on and off, deep blue Lining, and Harness. Wanted, a good Wheel-maker. TO SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Jot that-Piece Parcel of PASTURE GROUND, called Oiam's Harbour, with other LANDS adjoining, situate the City of Winchester; containing in the Whole about Fourteen
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
* Advertisements/Articles cf Intelligence, and Order*, for this Paper, are thankfully received, if j also W. and T, NEWTON, Printers

* Advertisements/Articles cf Intelligence, and Order*, for this Paper, are thankfully received, if j also W. and T, NEWTON, Printers

Agents, No. Warwick-scpaxe, Newgate- Street * * at Lloyd's and Coffbe-Houses, Cornhill tbe Chapter Coffee-House, Paternoster-row and at Coffee-House, Heet-street, London. Paper distributed with the utmost expedition, every Sunday and Monday, among the prmcipar inhabitants of eve
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Paris, May 18. DOMICILIARY visits are now constant, especially in the districts of the Louvre and Carousel, where every time Bonaparte appears on ♦he parade, the military, who crowd every avenue, enter the houses and search every closet them, to be ascertained that neither arms
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, Wednesday, May 28.

LONDON, Wednesday, May 28.

Monday. May 28. Saturday dispatches received at the Admiralty from Lord Keith, in relation, understand, to th? enemy's flotilla. Joseph Bonaparte, it appears, lias joined the army at Boulogne, and to this circumstance is now ascribed the late rejoicings there. The troops between
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER MARKET.

WINCHESTER MARKET.

SATURDAY, AUCOST 4. Average price Wheat, 31. 6s. 4d. per Quarter.
August 13, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

Hrs.-ByS Mr. CHPISA At the Great kcomn in Pall.Mall. on I'!ur Fday, 23a Itidbnt, AVa~u.$c' and mu(t defirable FREEH-OLD, and licuare'.i hoewuen idartict and St. Alh'an's, t6 miles front iondon, Iil a beltiti'L ao1l highly picduref lie part of the County P1' kierta, eonfiffilig at
August 2, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON, Wednesday, May 30.

LONDON, Wednesday, May 30.

We d s day, May 30. Accounts wore yesterday received, stating, that two Dutch line of battle ships, a frigate, and sloop, sailed from Cape of Good Hope, on the 17th March, to cruise off St. Helena. is with concern we state, that advice has been received of the capture the Caroli
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE or COMMONS. Wednesday, May 30.] Afr. Witberforcc rose, pursuant notice, to submit his promised motion to the House on the abolition of the Slave Trade. After some prefatory observations, he adverted to the resolutions adopted by Parliament in the former discussions on this
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, Wednesday, June 1.

LONDON, Wednesday, June 1.

Friday, June 1. French journals to the 21st inst. have been received. these we learn that Napoleon Bonaparte is nominated Emperor. It stated these papers that no coronation is to take place, at present, but that there are to be summoned the ceremony of induction the great public
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England