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WANTED, a good COOK, a small j genteel Family, ten miles horn Winton. Also and Laundry Maid. Apply to Lloyd,

WANTED, a good COOK, a small j genteel Family, ten miles horn Winton. Also and Laundry Maid. Apply to Lloyd,

Grocer, Winton. Hants County Securities. WANTED, the Sura Four Thousand Pounds, on Mortgage ot the Rates of the County S<wrhampton, in sums not exceeding 1001 each, at $1. per cent, interest, which will regularly paid half yearly. Any Persons willing advance the whole any part s
March 19, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
BOTLEY, HANTS. TO BE SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, VALUABLE ESTATE, situate in the Parish of Botiey, Six Miles,' from Southampton, formerly

BOTLEY, HANTS. TO BE SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, VALUABLE ESTATE, situate in the Parish of Botiey, Six Miles,' from Southampton, formerly

in the Occupation Mr. Ron tin Stash, deceased; consisting of Statute Acres, more less, in a Ring Fence—l2o Acree being Freehold, 80 Acres under the Bishop of Winchester, and the Remainder Copyhold* The Land is io the highest State Cultivation. Tho Buildings on the Farms comprisi
March 19, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
OAK TIMBER. TO BR SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MAN At the White Hart Inn, Winchester, on Tuesday, the of

OAK TIMBER. TO BR SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MAN At the White Hart Inn, Winchester, on Tuesday, the of

Mar cm, 1804, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, (subject Conditions to and there produced.) LOTS OAK TIMBER TREES, now Standing and Growing the Manors of fiord and For further Particulars apply Mr, Collins, of Twyford aforesaid, and tor View to Jon Be * a the Woodmam Hensting.
March 19, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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of and Orders, for this Paper, are, thankfully.received, if poat-paid j also W. and T. NEWTON, Printers Agents, No, Newgate-Street; . the Chapter Coffeehouse, Fater hosier-rpjv and at •PatELß's'Coffeehouse, Fle*t-strelrty.UriiobN. ' This distributed with, the utmost expedition.
March 19, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
NAVY OFFICE, March, 1804. Principal Officers and Commissioners His Majesty* s Navy hereby give Notice, that on dn c day

NAVY OFFICE, March, 1804. Principal Officers and Commissioners His Majesty* s Navy hereby give Notice, that on dn c day

the att of this Month, at Ten o'Cloch in the Forenoon, COMMISSIONER Sir CHARLES SAXTON, Bart, will expose to Sale, at tke Pay Office, in His Majesty's Yard, near Portsmouth, several Lots of OLD STORES; consisting of Old Canvas in Paper Stuff, Junk in Paper Stuff, Ditto Shakings,
March 19, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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This day is Published, price is. 3d. or bound ia calf, and lettered is. Bd. new Edition with the new

This day is Published, price is. 3d. or bound ia calf, and lettered is. Bd. new Edition with the new

Stamp Tables, commencing October, 1803. COMPLETE READY RECKONER, in Miniature. By Thomas Colli ns. Containing Tables accurately cast up; adapted to the use of wholesale and retail dealers, with tables of interest, commission, brokerage, weights, and measures, printed remarkably
March 19, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

LONDON, Monday, March 19. OX Saturday his Royal Highness the Duke of York was admitted to an interview with bis august Father, which lasted nearly half hour. He conversed cheerfully with his Royal Highness. The Lord Chancellor was also admitted the Royal Presence on Saturday and
March 26, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
From Saturday's Gazette.

From Saturday's Gazette.

DISTRIBUTION PRIZE MONEY. The Tonant, for the Capture the Perseverance, will paid Plymouth, on Wednesday the list instant. The Santa Margaritta, for the detention of the ship Mood en Haab, under Danish colours, will be paid on Saturday the instant, at No. 23, Norfolk-street, Str
March 26, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. Thomas Mcc, Manchester, Peter Limn. Eccles, within Barton-upon-lrwell, Lancashire,ieaJk* manufadtureis. Nathan Robinson, of the Paragon, of Ft. Southwark, tanntr. Thomas Savcry,t)f Scultherpe, r.;ii!«r. Lawrence Pott*, Bristol, cutler. Richard Pocklir.gton, Yorkshire,
March 26, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

Friday's and Saturday's Posts.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LORDS, March THE Irish Revenue, the Malt Tax, the Countervailing Duties, anu the Hide and Tallow Importation Bill* were read second time.—Adjourned. Tussuay, March 20.] The Exchequer Bills Bill, the Neutral Ships Bit., and the Brecknock Canal Bill, wer
March 26, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England