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THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THBE MORNING CHROICLE. * LONDON: TUES)4'r. AUGUST,7. On Sunday evening an Exprefs arrived at the Ad- miralty, from Plymouth, with the important informa- tion that GANTHEAUMV, with nine fail of fhips,. had effea1ed his efcape from Breft. In various letters re- ceived yellerday fro
August 7, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX ELECTION.

MIDDLESEX ELECTION.

MIDDLESEX ELECTlox T"iRTEJENTH D&V. At the clofe of the poll this day the nutlb~e, on the day's poll - For Sir Francis Burdett 0 For Mr. Mainwaring - hajoritv r The flate of the poll on the whole isC 4 For Sir Francis Burdett 2 For Mr. Maiawaring 99 Upon the poll beingdeclnred- r
August 7, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

MipP #Eue PLtMbiJTH, Aoto. 4-Five P. p - At length, by the Hawke. of r4 gunsS, Captain Apthorpe, ?? arrived froii off Breff, is learnt, that Gantheaume ?? effeeffed his efcape from Breft outer. road, wi(l nine fail of the line and two frigates. Vice Admiral Graves had ittelligenc
August 7, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

lbne-I. 'n he Border of Norttcthn~ptoltlIjire.-it:r EEII.OLjL AINOR ,U~ and iRXJ., Old-IT. AIt~ltlc INN aitti 'I OLL.S. Byf hlt.~L N LnUYK alnd CO. THUIS DAY, at 1Vt. at ttaII:!wtnIy'J,, it~ one' lit, by Orler of tire E£taCi ..rf C PAIR aI oN r.N, Eiq. dcc.d Vry eligibleV ~ it)iE
August 7, 1804 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ALL Perfons having anv juft Claims and Demands againft the Eil„te of CHRISTOPHER HORLOCK, late of Ryde, in tne Ifle

ALL Perfons having anv juft Claims and Demands againft the Eil„te of CHRISTOPHER HORLOCK, late of Ryde, in tne Ifle

of Wight, decmW, are requefted to deliver them to his Brother and Ailrainillratur apt. Horlock, iaunton, rl'et- Dure. And tnofe who are in anywife indebted thereto, arc to pay the fame as poifiule to enable the hid Adminiftiator to fettle the concern.
August 20, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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ViURSUANT a Decree of the High Coarr of Chancery, made in Reeks urner, lie Creditors THOMAS DAME RUM, late Portfwiuth,

ViURSUANT a Decree of the High Coarr of Chancery, made in Reeks urner, lie Creditors THOMAS DAME RUM, late Portfwiuth,

the County of Southampton, Gentleman, de. taled, are, on or before the 6th day of November next, income in and prove their Debts, either perfonally or by meir Solicitors, before J»nn Campbell, Efq. one ot the Mifters the laid Court, at h.s Office in Southampton Buildings, Chance
August 20, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
T £W Book of Navigation. THIS day publidled, in one large Volume, octavo, illuitrateJ with Engravings, &c. price tOs 6d.

T £W Book of Navigation. THIS day publidled, in one large Volume, octavo, illuitrateJ with Engravings, &c. price tOs 6d.

bound, the COMPLETE NAVIGATOR ; an eafv familiar Guide to the a..d Pradice of Navig.- tion, with ail tlie requifite Tables, &c. &c. Andrew Mackay, tt. 0. t. r. s. Ed. &c. &c. Author of the Theory and Practice of finding the Longitude at Sea • ■ land &c. Printed for Longman, Hurf
August 20, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LAMPS

LAMPS

\TOTICE hereby given, That the Commifi\ for Paving, Lighting, and Watching the Town ofPortfmouch, will meet at the Gutld.iall, in thefnd Town, Monday the of September next, at o clock the evemng, to treat with fuch Perfon Perfons as may wUlin* Gontrad for Lighting the Lamps of t
August 20, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
To Let, and entered on immediately, AVery defirable APARTMENT, Furtvfiied ; a drawing and erring-loom, two pood bed chambers, and

To Let, and entered on immediately, AVery defirable APARTMENT, Furtvfiied ; a drawing and erring-loom, two pood bed chambers, and

two iei vants' rooms, and the domeftic offices, late tire refidencc W. Heather, Efq the healthy and Village Wefibourr. The Aparun-nts arc fo fituated that r.ay be divided to recta.e two families, N. B. C'i'ii..- and three-llali Stable may had 11 req tired. Further particulars ma
August 20, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
T' , be LET, and entered on immediately, tor JL one, two, or three venrs, a good FAMILY HOUSE, mpletely

T' , be LET, and entered on immediately, tor JL one, two, or three venrs, a good FAMILY HOUSE, mpletely

FURNiS iEO, in the beautitul village Harnbledon, near Ho.rdr , diftant trom London fixty ,-n.lcs, Portfmouth twelvej it is highly ejefirabie to fportfmcn, tne country . bounding with game, fox hounds and harriers clofe in the neighbourhood. The Houfe confifts draw ng ro-m, dinin
August 20, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England