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j ?? lliP thic I,, Il NIX OFFICE oll' E - rtlues I 'e ire it ot nit' ,,1 jtA Fl;, I' B;;IN STOCE pea6tifled be, Ai tI o le, e ji,.iri ?? taI1) louOI Oilt die exanllrra l'iI( jic tcrl e her dpoldectioll ol thalt liood ot Irm il~~ ?? td iiO ette of whicih withlri. kre'ite ,, r e l
September 13, 1804 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Portsmouth To Blcckmakers.

Portsmouth To Blcckmakers.

FROM one to three hands might have conftant employ application to Mr. William Woollgar, fen. Weft Cowes, Ifle of Wight; or Mr. Jofsph Woollgar, Blockmaker, Gofport Beach. All reafonable travelling expences will be paid.
September 17, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON. TO be Let, a HOUSE and SHOP, with extenfive Premifes; confiding of Store, Slaughterhoules, Swilling-houfe for pigs, and Stabling

SOUTHAMPTON. TO be Let, a HOUSE and SHOP, with extenfive Premifes; confiding of Store, Slaughterhoules, Swilling-houfe for pigs, and Stabling

behind the. fame, o'ppolite the Market-houfe, High-ftreet, now in the occupation Mr. Edward Rogers, Cbeefemonger, Bacon- Jobber, and Butcher. The Preraifes are calculated for a Grocer, Chcefcmonger, Butcher, Bacon or Pork Jobber, Tallow Chandler, or, in (hort, any bufinefs an ex
September 17, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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Or,

September 17, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ANACREON MOORE.

ANACREON MOORE.

(FROM a FAFIR, JUIV 9.) Thomas Moore, celebrated for his elegant tranflation of Anacreon, lately left this city on an expedition to view the falls of Niagara. The polite and diftingmtoed attention (hewn to this youthful poet, drew from him the following Impromptu Lines, previous
September 17, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 

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PORTSMOUTH.

PORTSMOUTH.

September 10, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Mademoifelks Grammont, to whom it is Lord OfTulfton will be married, is lineally defcended from the Count de Grammont, who

Mademoifelks Grammont, to whom it is Lord OfTulfton will be married, is lineally defcended from the Count de Grammont, who

was fo much in England in the reign of Charles 11. and from whom we have the Manures de Grammont, . The Gazette of Tuefday night contains the following memorandum Cornet George Warde Pateirfon, of the Light Dragoons, is fuperfeded, conPequence ef his having been engaged in the m
September 10, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Borough Of Portesmouth.

Borough Of Portesmouth.

THE Gran i Junes ha prefeated the infuf. ficieney of the prefent Gaol, Notice is hereby given, rftat application will made to the Honourable Houfe of (Commons, in the next Seflion of Farli ment, for leave to 'trini in Bill, tor tne Selling the fame, and Ere&ing and Hai uir.ir.g
September 24, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THIS day was publifhed, in royal oltavo, price 11. is. each, in extra boards, THE ANNUAL REVIEW and HISTORY of

THIS day was publifhed, in royal oltavo, price 11. is. each, in extra boards, THE ANNUAL REVIEW and HISTORY of

LITERATURE: vol. t, for 1802, and vol. z,for 1803. —A. Aikin, Editor. Primed for Longman, Hurlt, Rees, and Orme, No. 39, Pateroofter-row, Sold alfo by J. C. Mottley, Portfmouth ; and T. Whitewood, Portfea. The advantages which recommend this work are the following:—ill, The nove
September 3, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
A R ?. TVA LS

A R ?. TVA LS

A R ?. TVA Monday—the Speedweii bng, Lieut. Robert on, cruife —the. Falcon of war, Capt. Saunde from efi' Ha' re. Thuriday—the HeW«r guns, Capt. Searle, from the Downs.' Friday—the Magnificent arm.d thip, Capt. Hawker, from the Wettward,
September 3, 1804 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England