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Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, July 24. Admiralty-Office, July 24. Copy of enclosure from the Right Hon. Lord Keith, to William Marsden, Esq. dated at Ramsgate, the zzd instant. His Majesty's ship Immortalite, Boulogne, SIR, East seven or eight leagues, July. THE wind yesterday set in
July 30, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, July 23.J The London Clersjy Incumbents bill, with the dissentients of his Roya' Highness the Duke of Clarence and bis Grace the Duke of Norfolk, was read a third time and passed.—Adjourned. Tuesday, July 24.] The Earl of Westmeath moved the order the day
July 30, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE of LORDS. Wednesday, July it) The Lord Chancellor, the consideration the report of the Insolvent Debtors* bill, moved amendment that clause which enacts that the provisions of the bill may be pleaded in War of such actions may be brought for debts contracted previous to th
July 30, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH,

PORTSMOUTH,

Saturday, July 28. anived the Calcutta, Capt. Woodrift, from Botany Bay. having been from England tilteen months; also the Penguin biig, Capt. G. Morris, from Prince's Island, coast of Africa. The Inconstant and had gone trom that station to the West Indies.— 'J Gibraltar, SO gu
July 30, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
CHICHESTER,

CHICHESTER,

Saturday, July 28. A superb equestrian statue of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, bronze, is in contemplation for the centre of the Steyne, at Brighton. The statue to be raised upon a rock ; the horse to represented as in full speed, and trampling the emblems Envy and Mal
July 30, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

LYMINGTON. Arrived— Hannah, Taylor; Argo, Watson, from Sunderland. Gatcombe, Jordan, from Tenby. Ann, Pinhorn, from Hope, Veal, irom Poole. Greyhound, Marsh, Dover. Sailed—Three Brothers, Cousins, for Shoreham. Owners Goodwill, Hill, tor Poitsmouth. Magnet, Clark, for Sunderland
July 30, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

LONDON GAZETTE, July 3. Translation if Imperial UTase, by the Emperor Russia at Peter sburgh, the nth of relative the Admission of ForeTrprtrs intuits Imperial Majesty's Dominions. lst. T ,, enter our frontiers, all persons, except the J[ undermentioned cases,' are provided, wit
July 9, 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
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Paris, June 20. THE Moniteur of this day contains the following note upon a paragraph which has appeared in toe English newspapers, stating that the object Messrs. Fox and Grey's visit to Mr. Pitt was to communicate to him some propositions that had been made Mr. Livingston rela
July 9, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England