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WANTED immediately, an aftive induftnous WOMAN, COOft, in an Inn in the Country, plain Cooking is all that is required.

WANTED immediately, an aftive induftnous WOMAN, COOft, in an Inn in the Country, plain Cooking is all that is required.

For further particulars apply to Mr. Diaper, jun. Grocer, High-ftreet, Portfmouth.
May 21, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Elson, near Gosport, Hants.

Elson, near Gosport, Hants.

'T’O be Let, and entered on immediately, for the remainder of a Term years, of which will be unexpired Michaelmas next, two very com pad FARMS, adjoining together, fituate at Elfon afortfaid, with fuitable Farm-houfc, Bam, Granary, a new-built Stable, which will contain fix horf
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Or,

Or,

TO Sold, a iix-leet PA TEN MANGLE, with Oak Bed* and Chain.-—Apply to the Printer for particulars. ' Thatched Houfe Tarem, May **• 1804. THE laft Meeting of the Suflex Club, for the prefent Seafon, will be held on Saturday the of June ; Edward C ran (100, Efq. Preftdenc.—Dinner
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE LORDS. May 24. Further evidence was addm'ed fupport of the c airn of Lady Henry Fitzgerald to the dormant Barony of Roos, I*l r. Bragge Bathurft, attended the Commons appeared at the Bar, and requefted a conference with their Lordfhips refpefting theamendmen's made in the V
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CURRENT PRICES.

CURRENT PRICES.

Wheat, 455. Fine, 50 535. Superfine, 00 545. Rye, 2&i. barley, 265. Slab, 595. Whirr Peafe,-3i 375. Boilers, 41s. Suffolks, 435. Grey Peale. 31s. Horfc Beans, new, 30 355. Old ditto, 38s, New-Ticks, eqs. Old ditto, 355. Oats, 17 235. Polands, 255. Rape Seed, 3b per lall. Fine Fl
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
from the LSNDOX GAZEITe., May 26. BY EXPRESS. • • 'Lift night’s Gazette contains the appointments f Lord Cattlereagh, the

from the LSNDOX GAZEITe., May 26. BY EXPRESS. • • 'Lift night’s Gazette contains the appointments f Lord Cattlereagh, the

Duke of Portland, Lordj flawkeiburv, Lord Camden, Lord Harrowby, Rt. Hon. W. Pitt, Lord GlenberTit, Right Hon. 'l'.; Wallace, and Lord Dunlo, to be Cotnmiflioners for* the Affairs of India; alfo the Right Hon. G. Canning to be Treafurer of the Navy. BaXKri’fts. —J. T. Saxton, of
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LonDan. SATURDAY, MAY *6. The Minister and Ex-Minister’s joint conference a Great Perfonage, has given occafton for a fpeculation. The

LonDan. SATURDAY, MAY *6. The Minister and Ex-Minister’s joint conference a Great Perfonage, has given occafton for a fpeculation. The

circuraftance was, Wjr'.efs, fotnewhat fingular—and the refult, pof. ttlv, will foon prove no singular. i Paris paper of late date laid to have reached town. It contains an article in which the French Government notices the Emperor of Ruflia’s late tote to the Diet of Ratiihon.
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
taking Troy, and reprefented Lord Hardwick’s Government as a type of it; that he headed, and, that though his Government

taking Troy, and reprefented Lord Hardwick’s Government as a type of it; that he headed, and, that though his Government

was the Wooden body of hts yet was not innoxious, hut that all the late the rebellion, &c. refulted from his mal-adminiftration. , , The next was an attack upon Ldrd Rndcfdale ; he was ftiled, a broad Chancery pleader,’ from Lincoln’s-Inn charging him with depriving the Secretar
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
■..• . , . , , . ~lt faid that Lord Egremonc is very confi. dtt'abk winner, by the (tfcccfs

■..• . , . , , . ~lt faid that Lord Egremonc is very confi. dtt'abk winner, by the (tfcccfs

his horfe Harfni. bsl; at the Races, laft week. ,A trencl) digging at Duverj in which, be kept means of prevent the enemy from fcrprifmg and pal- and gates, and placed, wherever re is''a' bridge of caufeway that leads into the town from.the fea,.and the gates are guarded every n
May 28, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England