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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
 
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
 

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* 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
 
The following an extract a letter received from the Cape Hope, December 1803.—" The arrival a French Commi.sary from the

The following an extract a letter received from the Cape Hope, December 1803.—" The arrival a French Commi.sary from the

island Mauritius ha-; here no little bus.le, which has farther been increased by th<r small cutter which speedily followed. An embargo wa< instantly laid all the shipping in the Bay, all that could transports were taken up, and at this moment four or five are laden wi provision*
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
On Tuesday the 20th ult. a tremendous gale came on at Whitby from the E. N. E. with a heavy

On Tuesday the 20th ult. a tremendous gale came on at Whitby from the E. N. E. with a heavy

sea; the Liberty, belonging to Messrs. Chapman, Whitbv, coal-laden, not being able to clear the land, brought up near the rocks Robin Hood's Bay, six miles from thence ; where having parted from heranchors, she went on shore among the ragged rocks that which that shore. The sea
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
FA HlOm FOR APRIL. Full Dresses Opera dress, made of buff" silk. The hair ornamented with a gem. and a

FA HlOm FOR APRIL. Full Dresses Opera dress, made of buff" silk. The hair ornamented with a gem. and a

white lace veil.— 2. Short robe and train of fine white muslin, embroidered all round with deep border the sleeves very short and looped on the top of the arm. The hair dressed and ornamented with gold comb. Evening and Morning Dresses —l. Around dress of worked muslin, the bott
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
DISTRIBUTION OF The Beliiqtfeux, for the capture of th~ trench frigates Concorde and la Medee, will re-paid for goods found

DISTRIBUTION OF The Beliiqtfeux, for the capture of th~ trench frigates Concorde and la Medee, will re-paid for goods found

board rhe said ships at the Naval Bank.in Plymouth, Friday the 6th inst. distribution salvage for the Duncombeof Hull, the sloop Beaver, will made on the said sloop, on her arrival at Yarmouth. the Officers and company of the Spencer, distribution for the re-capture the Lord Nel
April 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England