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June 18, 1807 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
(HFTHof JUNE, 1807!)

(HFTHof JUNE, 1807!)

ELECTION far.ihe CoOs rr of York. We understand tliat no less than 1490 Freeholders, who came to vote for Lord Milton, were obliged to return witliout be- ing allowed to poll, whilst not more than 300 were rejected on the Part of Mr. Lascelles. A great Majority of these 1490, we
June 20, 1807 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CHICHESTER,

CHICHESTER,

Saturday, June 13. On Monday was married, at Cosham church, Mr. Thomas Combes, jun. to Miss Ann Balchen. The South Hants Militia inarched into this city on Thursday, and left it the following day, for Shoreham.
June 15, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON,

SOUTHAMPTON,

Saturday, June 13. Monday last marched into this town the South Hants Militia, on their route from Portsmouth to Shoreham, Sussex. The first troop the Light Dragoons marched into the barracks here on Wednesday.— This troop is attendant on General Craig, who has removed the head-
June 15, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT. TITHES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, In Lots, at the Sun Inn, Newport, on Saturday the 4th

ISLE OF WIGHT. TITHES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, In Lots, at the Sun Inn, Newport, on Saturday the 4th

day of July, not previously disposed Private Contract, THE GREAT TITHES of several FARMS, situate in the parish For Particulars apply to Mr. Bi._l, Land Surveyor, Winchester by letter, post paid. WARNFORD, HANTS, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, the Ctw.-ge Inn, at Warnford, on Tuesday th
June 15, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
MONDAY'S POST.

MONDAY'S POST.

-(By EXPRESS.) LONDON, June 13. 'THE Gazette of this night fays, " a Supplement A to the Gazette will he publifhed this evening, containing the accounts received by His Government from Egypt." The publication however had not taken place when our exprefs left London. The poflefli
June 15, 1807 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Tuesday's Post.

Tuesday's Post.

SATURDAY'S Gazette contains a copy of a letter from Capt. Nicholas, of the Lark sloop, detailing rile particulars, of* a gallant achievement effected by the vessel under his command, the destruction of several gun-boats and some small craft, when on a cruize off the Spanish Main
June 20, 1807 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

• Paris Papers m 'the Dutch Papers to the 10th, were received this morning. They contain intelligence from the grand armies in Poland, but are confined their military details, to the operationsof the Pvussian aud Turkish armies in the South of Europe. The Turks are said to have
June 20, 1807 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

New-York, May \2. —The British sloop of war Driver, vessel interdicted the President from entering our harbours, anchored on Thursday, COth ult. abreast Fort Johnson, in the harbour of Charleston. Two United States Otlicers, that Fort, waited upon the Governor the following, con
June 15, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WANTED, immediately, careful sober WOMAN, about 40 or SOyears of age, as Housekeeper in a Farm-house. She must perfectly understand

WANTED, immediately, careful sober WOMAN, about 40 or SOyears of age, as Housekeeper in a Farm-house. She must perfectly understand

- management a Dairy, and have been used to Farm-house. None need apply who cannot bring an unexceptionable character. person of small Income wilt preferred. To as one of the family. Letters (post paid) addressed to Mr. T. Dowoen, Mitcheldever, near Winchester, Hants, will duly
June 15, 1807 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England