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HAMPSHIRE Died, on Tuesday, the 23d in*t. the infant son of Mr. Fancy A general examination of Mates and Midshipmen

HAMPSHIRE Died, on Tuesday, the 23d in*t. the infant son of Mr. Fancy A general examination of Mates and Midshipmen

for millwright, of Newport. tenants will take place Wednesday next, the 7th iust. after n Died, the same day, the son Mr. Urry, miller, of Newport. | which all future examinations will held in conformity with ! Died, on Saturday last, the second son of Capt. W. E. Sauft- the fol
February 5, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

Captain Caulfield to the Malta. Captain E.S. I. Hawtayne, tothe Scamander. Captain Samuel Chambers, to the Dee. Captain laewis Hole, to the Tay. Captain T. T. Tucker, to the Cornu*. Captain John Coode, to the Albion. The following Lieutenants are to be placed on the Out-Pension
February 5, 1816 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PUBLIC-HOUSE. Tit entered upon immediately, WHITE SWAK', eligibly situated forbusi- JL »ess, in CAMBRIDGE-STREET, in the borough of GODMANCHESTFR, and

PUBLIC-HOUSE. Tit entered upon immediately, WHITE SWAK', eligibly situated forbusi- JL »ess, in CAMBRIDGE-STREET, in the borough of GODMANCHESTFR, and

county Huntingdon. For particulars enquire of Mr. Herbert, Huntingdon; and if by letter, post paid, as none other will attended to. January 1816. To GROCERS. To LET, and entered upon immediately, Or at Lady-day next. A GROCER and DRAPER'S SHOP, situated in the parochial allotmen
February 2, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FIVE POUNDS REWARD. ABSCONDED, and left his Wife and Family chargeable to the parish of DOWSHT, Lincolnshire, JOHN BURDEN. He

FIVE POUNDS REWARD. ABSCONDED, and left his Wife and Family chargeable to the parish of DOWSHT, Lincolnshire, JOHN BURDEN. He

is about 35 years of age, dark complexion, broadset ; and had when he went away, a dark velveteen frock, and a red or yellow spotted rough waistcoat: he stands about 5 feet 5 inches high, and is known amongst the bankers by the name of B/irit. He is supposed' to be working at Sh
February 2, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

MONDAY, Feb. S.— NAVAL MONUMENT.— I.ord Ca.t-tlereagh rose, pursuance of a notice had given, for the purpose of calling the attention the House the subject erecting a monument to record the services of the Navy. It was indeed satisfactory, and perhaps the proudest monumeht that
February 9, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ALL persons who stand indebted to Mr. JOHN GROUND, late of Thorney, grocer and draper, deceased, are requested to pay

ALL persons who stand indebted to Mr. JOHN GROUND, late of Thorney, grocer and draper, deceased, are requested to pay

the same to Mr. STEPHEN SHAKMAN, of the said place. And all persons who have any claim or demands on the estate and the said deceased, are desired to send their respective accounts the above, that the same may be discharged. 'Thorney Abbey, 9th Feb. 1816. Mr. JOHN WIIALEY's DEBT
February 9, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To CANAL CONTRACTORS. ANY persons desirous to undertake execute the whole or any part of the Buildings, Excavations, Puddlings, and

To CANAL CONTRACTORS. ANY persons desirous to undertake execute the whole or any part of the Buildings, Excavations, Puddlings, and

other Works, necessary to the making and completing the western branch of the Montgomeryshire Canal, may see the sections, plans, and specifications thereof, the office the solicitor, Mr. THOS. JHONES, Welsh Pool, who will direct proper persons to point out the line, situation o
February 16, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BAILEY, Linen and Woollen Draper and Grocer, js in immediate want of Apprentice. Spitsby, Feb. 13. CITY of LINCOLN. MATKIN,

BAILEY, Linen and Woollen Draper and Grocer, js in immediate want of Apprentice. Spitsby, Feb. 13. CITY of LINCOLN. MATKIN,

Coach. Sign, and House Painter, and Gilder, wants Two Apprentices to the above business.—2Y. Ji. premium required. GROCERS, &c. " ~ A Young Man wishes for Situation the above business.—For character apply to Mr. BABINGTON, stationer, Horncastle: all letters must be post paid. An
February 16, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
A SSTH O R PE, Nottinghamshire. To be SOLD by AUCTIONS', by Mr. Hack, On Thuixday the day of February

A SSTH O R PE, Nottinghamshire. To be SOLD by AUCTIONS', by Mr. Hack, On Thuixday the day of February

instant, at sign of the Willow Tree, in Sutton upon Trent, in the county Nottingham, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, in two lots; Closes or Parcels of excellent Arable, dow, and Pasture LAND, situate in in the count
February 16, 1816 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
~* r SEPPING'iT creditors; TF E-Creditors ROBERT STOPPINGS, late of East Rudhasn, Norfolk, farmer, are request id to meet at

~* r SEPPING'iT creditors; TF E-Creditors ROBERT STOPPINGS, late of East Rudhasn, Norfolk, farmer, are request id to meet at

the Black Lion, Little the s.iid county, on the ikjltath day Eebrua f inst. at ten.o'clock the forenoon, to receive the dividend arising from his effects, and such the Creditors have not already signed the Deed Assignment, must then and thereysign the same, or they ill excluded
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England