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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
 
COWS, very forward in Calf, fancy colour, arc cow Sale a Utterly Farm, the Five following Day*. i TttLY, Feb-

COWS, very forward in Calf, fancy colour, arc cow Sale a Utterly Farm, the Five following Day*. i TttLY, Feb-

OAK ASH. r SOLD, standing Cow- doom, and Harms-rorth Coppices, One Hundred and OAK. and Forty ASH TREES. vt, the For further Partial' art, treat tor Purchase, apply to Mr. Fairurui. l, Winchester. WiKctttttsx, Feb. KING, BULLINGTON. THE Creditors of Mr. KING, who base not alread
February 27, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

EAST INDIA HOUSE, AUGUST 8. letter from Captain Nathaniel Dance * Commander of the East India Company's skip Earl Camden, was received this morning! which the following is a copy .* SIR —For the information of the Hon. Court, I beg leave to acquaint you that the Earl Camden was
August 13, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

LONDON, Saturday, August 11. MIDDLESEX ELECTION. MONDAY the friends ot Sir F. Burdett ernie forward with great alacrity, and at the close of the day's poll the numbers were as follow: Sir F. - Mr. Mainwaring . 100 Majority for Sir F. Burdett—4l Tuesday the greatest exertions wer
August 13, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
London and Southampton New Road, through I Bishop's IValtbam. \ THE next Meeting of the Trustees of the said Road,

London and Southampton New Road, through I Bishop's IValtbam. \ THE next Meeting of the Trustees of the said Road,

appointed he held at the Dolthin Inn, Bishop's on Tuesday the Q th Day of October next, at Twelve o'Clock at^Noon. Wm. GUNNER, Clerk. Bishop's Waltham, Sept. 21, 1804- Southampton and Salisbury Canal. NOTfCB IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the next Meeting of the Proprietors of the above
October 1, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

Saruß A v, February AROl' twelve o'clock u«ttal, toKowtttg of state of h.. Mnjestv's hn-AUh was -the- cvm* from Pal.d-e St. JiiiiH-s's: * «« a*.. There no material alteration licailh yestetJay.. . " Lucas Pr»vi. F. H. KEvNofci.j. Htnnarnw-.*"' addition to the statement of the* w
February 27, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Market Herald.

Market Herald.

-4— ARK ET. coav Exca*NTrft. art 20. The proportion of, Wheat* in. comparison with the coarse and ordinary «a»i:j, compels repetition nearly the fan iiare used far several weeks and which ts, that the fine freely at list week's but the ordinary, which have large supplies, is dul
February 27, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
FRIDAY's MARKET.

FRIDAY's MARKET.

CORN KXCOAKGB, rEBRUABY The to-day has Wheat in tolerable supply, with lew forei-n cargoes; the tor one k.c, i that op, but sorts are dilfictut sale, even at less price- Barley and Malt variation. Feasant many htte, and at better price are Beans both sam. Oats ate in quantity, w
February 27, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
CHICHESTER, Saturday, Sept. 29.

CHICHESTER, Saturday, Sept. 29.

Saturday, Sept. 29. Thursday was married, Mr. Saunders of Selsea, to Miss this city. Same day married Mr. Beadle, carpenter, to Miss C. Prxer, both this city. Saturday last died, at bis seat at Wakehurstplace, in "this county, Joseph Peyton, Esq. admiral the white, in the 80th y
October 1, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England