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Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

LONDON, Saturday, June 2, PARIS Journals to the instant inclusive have been received, but no Moniteurs among them. It appears, however, that the official copy of the was published on the preceding day. They contain an order for the proclamation of the Senatus Consultant througho
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday, June 2.

SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday, June 2.

Saturday, June 2. Birth.] Saturday last at in the Isle of Wight, of two daughters, the Lady of Capt. Astly, of the Wiltshire militia. Wednesday last was married, Mr. Grimes, of Cowes, in* the Isle of Wight, Miss Ann King, of Crondall. The smack Lord Nelson, Richard Harris master
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
I We are credibly informed that it the in- tention ot the City and Suburbs Volunteers join and form one

I We are credibly informed that it the in- tention ot the City and Suburbs Volunteers join and form one

corps. j Tuesday the and Finckley, Volunteers, marched into this city permanent duty.—And Wednesday the Market Lavington Volunteers,'commanded Capt. Garrett, marched in lor the same purpose. On Wednesday evening as Mr. Barnes, surveyor, and Mr. Sutton, of the George Inn, were co
June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ertisements Article* of Intelligence, and Orders, for this Paper, are thankfully received, if post-paid also by W. TAYLER and T.

ertisements Article* of Intelligence, and Orders, for this Paper, are thankfully received, if post-paid also by W. TAYLER and T.

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June 4, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH,

PORTSMOUTH,

Saturday, July 7. Monday last died, Mr. Pope, plumber and glazier, of Gosport. Monday morning arrived the Scourge sloop war, Captain Wooldridge, with the Alexander, and Mangles East lndiamen, from the Downs. Lord Garlics has commissioned the Ajax, 80 guns. Wednesday arrived the
July 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER, j TO SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MANT, the Black Swan Inn, Winchester, on Saturday July > 804, at

WINCHESTER, j TO SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MANT, the Black Swan Inn, Winchester, on Saturday July > 804, at

Seven o'Clock in the Evening, in one Lot, ALL those neat, compact TENEMENTS, situate in Upper Brook-Street, with GARDENS adjoining, in the several Occupations of Mr. J Be axley, Mr. A. Milliard, and Mr. J. Lonon. Held Lease under the Corporation of Winchester for Forty Years, re
July 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH,

PORTSMOUTH,

Saturday, August 11. The Swiftsure, of guns, launched at Buckler's Hard, aud the Steady gun-brig, launched at Kichards's yard, at Hythe, are come into harbour to be coppered. The Gibraltar, guns, Capt, Ryves, is paid off at this port, and her drafted to the Ajax and Glory. The c
August 13, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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