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Smithfield, Monday, Dec. 3.

Smithfield, Monday, Dec. 3.

Beef. ,3s Od to 4d | Veal 3s to (M Mutton. *.2s fid to I'ork 3s ; ' Lamb Os to Od Head of Cattle.—Beasts about 2500, Sheep & La.]B 00 PRICE TAI.EOW in LONDON. Totvn Tallow 77s Stuff 60s toOOs—Rough44« Russia do. cand..72s to Graves 14s Ditto 50ap....68s 'd G' Dregs per cwt....tl
December 7, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

PRICES per Qk STAMFORD, Fritlav November SO*. Wh'ekt ....80s to Od to 27.-- Old .00s Beans 4 (.d 50, Barley to 45s Cd LINCOLN, Nov. SO. Wheat...GOs Od Oars to Rye to 0d .00s Od to Od Barley ....'.4os to 45s Od White Peas .....00s LOUTH, Wednesday Dec. 5. Wheat .6.5s to 84s Od Oa
December 7, 1804 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts IRELAND. Dublin, Nov. 27. expectation VV bfe changes", both on the Episcopal, and Judical Bench. Our Private the Hon. Dr. W. Stuart, v.ill •certainly succeed the first Prinaacy vacant England; arid the Archbkhop ot Cashel, the Hon. Dr. Ch. Broderick,
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

rfr -11 L IHAVK to relate the particulars of very «evere shock ot that* was lately felt place, which lasted time, was violent the' memory man. here wis not living creature in the place, hut what was roused from his slumber the alarms, and severely'felt its effects. Many our fine
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

7. The .letters brought by the Prince Wales packet, from were delivered out yesterday morning. Mr. Frere has left Madrid, as appears byHhe following extract a private letter from Lisbon, dated Nov. 22.—" Mr. Frere and Mr. Hunter have certainly left Ma' drid, and hope now remains
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Sunday's Post.

Sunday's Post.

Nov I. daily see troops and artillery taking the route to Hungary, were imposing force collecting, under the command 6f Prince John of Lichtenstein. The death the Grand Seignior, who said be dangerously ill. would probably lead eveitsof the interest.
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

Saturday, December The long-expected messengers with the dispatches from Spain are arrived atdast—tt>ev came the Diana packet, which was twenty days on her passage from Lisbon to Falmouth. The letters this mail are not of so late a date those brought by the Prince ot Wales, whic
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH,

PORTSMOUTH,

•SATTjxnAY, Tuesday evening died suddenly, Mrs. Bower. ' d Friday morning died, Mr. John Smith, master of the Golden Saturday night some persons broke into a house &mth-strc'et; but their booty.' There were more than two hundred pounds the house, which' they fortunately did not
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
CHICHESTER,

CHICHESTER,

Saturday, December 8. Monday was married at in Kent, James Eldridge West, Esq. Postern Park, to Miss Ashburnham, only daughter of Sir William Ashburnham, Bart, of Broomham, in this county. Thursday se'nftight was married at Nottinghamshire, John Sargent, Esq. jun. eldest son Joh
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

Saturday, December 8. Tuesday was married, St Mary's, Lynch Cotton, of the regiment Light Dragoons, to Miss Robbins, daughter John Hob bins, Esq. ol St. Mary's. Tuesday was married at St. Paul's church, Bristol, the He*. John Banister, ot Wareham, Dorset, Miss Mary Baker, of Bri
December 10, 1804 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England