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Portsmouth, Portsea, & Gosport.

Portsmouth, Portsea, & Gosport.

SaTUUDAV, 21 The Rosario, Captain Prometheus, (.'apt. Moorsom, ami the <ujn<i revenue cruiser, Lieut Lewis, arrive.! lay from cruises. The latter has eume into hail) refitted. The Forth, oO guns, Capt. Sir .John Fouls, ['art. came into harbour Tuesday, the purpose being flitted.
June 23, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOME MARKETS.

HOME MARKETS.

'nf f'nrii, /h:> Bread, per (ialhui ur.srr.t:, June 21. —VA hear, 110s. (>.'{.. to New O.i'.s, —s. —s. Fine Old. .iris, to Broad, lis. 0 1. *si k, Jane '.). —\\ Il'Hs. Barley 'Mi-, 00s.—Oats, 3,5. 4as.—Bcaus, :51s 7«s.—Bread lis. ->,i. As.itKst oiid, l-».— fc'ls. to 1405.— Barle
June 23, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
FAREHAM. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. on Monday, June 1817, in Field, uear the Market, useful black Gelding, goes

FAREHAM. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. on Monday, June 1817, in Field, uear the Market, useful black Gelding, goes

well iv harness, Sow and Pigs, six Carts, a Gig and Harness, sundry old Wheels, large Beam, Scales, and Weights, Grinding-stoue, Lead Pump, Copper Furnace, Hay and Straw, aud sundry other lots.-—Sale at twelve o'clock. North End, near Portsea and Portsmouth. TO be SOLD by AUCTIO
June 23, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PHOENIX FIRE-OFFICE. ■ Receipts tor Policies, falling due at Midsummer, arc now Uie bauds the several Agents the Company. Insurances

PHOENIX FIRE-OFFICE. ■ Receipts tor Policies, falling due at Midsummer, arc now Uie bauds the several Agents the Company. Insurances

every description are effected the most moderate terms. Stock farm may insured iv one sum without the average clause, at 2s. per Cent, per Ann. Looses fire occasioned hy lightning have always paid this Office. Persons insuring for or upwards, will not charged for the Policy: and
June 23, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
STAKES-HILL COTTAGE, HANTS, NEAR WHEAT-LASS END, About quarter of mile from the London Road, and seven mites from Portsmouth. TO

STAKES-HILL COTTAGE, HANTS, NEAR WHEAT-LASS END, About quarter of mile from the London Road, and seven mites from Portsmouth. TO

be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. Blake, the Royal Oak fun, Portsea, Tuesday the day "duly, at six o'clock afternoon, —ST X ES-ll' LL COTTAGE, fit for immediate reception of a small genteel family consisting of an entrance, good parlour, three bed-rooms, a capital kitchen, dairy, cella
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Spalding, June 25th, 1817. Cl ODLIN begs to return his most sincere thanks /•to his friends and the public in

Spalding, June 25th, 1817. Cl ODLIN begs to return his most sincere thanks /•to his friends and the public in

general for the liberal support they have hitherto honored him with, and begs to inform them, he has just returned from London with a fashionable assortment of Goods for the present season, which will be open Monday next, and following davs. y X.B. \Vanted, an Assistant in the L
June 27, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ADDRESS the LADIES of the COUNTY of RUTLAND. THE Premiums given to the best Knitters and Spinners among the Children

ADDRESS the LADIES of the COUNTY of RUTLAND. THE Premiums given to the best Knitters and Spinners among the Children

of the Poor in this County having been found, by the experience of many years, highly beneficial in promoting industry and skill in those employments, it is thought that similar Rewards given to the Children who should appear to be the best Sempstresses, would productive equal a
June 27, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTER, and VENETIAN CARPETS. PICKETT and CO. Manufacturers of Carpet. ing and Hearth Rugs, at Kidderminster, have opened a

BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTER, and VENETIAN CARPETS. PICKETT and CO. Manufacturers of Carpet. ing and Hearth Rugs, at Kidderminster, have opened a

Wareroom at No 203. High-street, Borough, Southwark, where families may supplied with the best articles and choicest patterns, at a lower price than any retail house can possibly ailbrd them.—Carpets made ary size on the shortest notice. -V. It- A liberal allowance to the trade.
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Stamp Duty 4d.7 Pricc T/Z • Paper & Print....Sd.j 1 r,IL /a*5

Stamp Duty 4d.7 Pricc T/Z • Paper & Print....Sd.j 1 r,IL /a*5

Stamp Duty 4d.7 r cc • Paper & Print....Sd.j r,IL * EAGLE WOODS. Annual SALE of OAK TIMBER in E>- clk Woods, near Newark, will on Tar spa the 3d day of June, and every succeeding Tuesday, until all be di'-pofred of.-—Attendance the High Wood Eight o’clock the morning. JV /?. Capi
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE CLUB.

LINCOLNSHIRE CLUB.

next Meeting of the Lincolnshire Club will be held, on Friday the Thirteenth of June, at the Thatched House Tavern, St. James’s -street, London.— Dinner Seven o’clock.— N.P. A Ballot. Sir W. E. Welby, Bart, in the Chair. Messrs, broughton and peed beg to announce their friends a
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England