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PORTSMOUTH & ARUNDEL CANAL.

PORTSMOUTH & ARUNDEL CANAL.

have been favoured with permission to publish the following' letter has been addressed the Committee for managing the intended Portsmouth aud Arundel Canal, tbe Subscribers thereto), and are happy to avail ourselves of it, deeming-the subject to be the utmost importance our read
June 2, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOME MARKETS.

HOME MARKETS.

Pries of Corn, per Quarter Bread, per Gallon. May3l. —W heat, l.S4s. tol.'lfis.—Barley, 56.. to Oats, 38s.—Fine Old,— s. to— s Bread, 2s. Ltd. Basingstoke, May 29.—Wheat, 120s. tol4os.—Barley, 58s.—Oats. 245. to 40*.—Beans, 48s. to 56s.—Bread. 2s. ldd. Alresford, May 29.—Wheat,
June 2, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
noon, suiyciv and there produced . nLL J- AC* LI" ll,at ,1c with the Smith s Lot TOBY, now wort.,*

noon, suiyciv and there produced . nLL J- AC* LI" ll,at ,1c with the Smith s Lot TOBY, now wort.,*

Shop Jeer's Shop, SJ; thereunto adjoining, ,me horse ' Steam " s _ uare yards, £ J. G. Leigh, Esq. in very at> T, .hove premises Ma ncbester to distance from the road from distance short w|th(n a . Liverpool, anda liridgewatei Canal froro the late Doje j y ro g t Manchester tc,
June 17, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GRAND LOTtEItY. T. Hascontracted f,. r the HfiW LOTTERY 10,400 Tickets to begin Drawing o, h the Scheme is admitted

GRAND LOTtEItY. T. Hascontracted f,. r the HfiW LOTTERY 10,400 Tickets to begin Drawing o, h the Scheme is admitted

to be improvement on tbe principle of the last, wliicb gave such general satisfaction. Two-Tfiinns of all the Tickets (vie. will drawn the above Da'v, and li'erally without a single Blank, for every Ticket will be entitled to some benefit; =£10.000* Sterling is to be attached th
June 24, 1817 - Manchester Mercury - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

TUESDAY NIGHT'S LONDON GAZETTE. War-Office, Jane 24, 1817. THE undermentioned Officers to have a step ot rank in the Army, having been omitted former recommendations for special services the field : Brevet.— Majors —Martin Leggatt, ofvMSth Foot; George M'Leod, of the Royal Engin
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SALISBURY, SATURDAY, JUNE 23. On Tuesday there i declension the prices of \V at our market. The average the former

SALISBURY, SATURDAY, JUNE 23. On Tuesday there i declension the prices of \V at our market. The average the former

being 7s. per quarter. —There was a good supply, but the sales were dull.—Wheat, 80s. 133s—Barley, 50s. to 60s.—Oats, is. to 42s.—Beans, 625. 80*. Tbe supply all sorts of grain atWaiminster, on Saturday', was abundant, though but few sales were effected. Wheat was 6s. tower than
June 30, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR The Hampshire Chronicle and Courier, ooo Sin,—-In addressing my former letter to you, wat my object to

TO THE EDITOR The Hampshire Chronicle and Courier, ooo Sin,—-In addressing my former letter to you, wat my object to

discuss a legal question, affecting.the duty Coroners, for the information of the public and myself, and not to give personal offence to any one. did not, nor I now, think it necessary to correspond with you under my real name, because, as a freeholder of the county, however hum
June 23, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

MONDAY, June 2.]— The Stone Bottles Excise Duty Bill was read third time and passed.—Adj. TUESDAY, June 3.]— The Royal approbation was given by Commission to the election of a new Speaker. Remuneration to the late Speaker.—The Earl of Liverpool presented Message from the Prince
June 9, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
JW ATKIN, Painter and Gilder, Barkbv-gate, Newark, is in immediate want of an Apprentice. Letters post paid. WA NTED, in

JW ATKIN, Painter and Gilder, Barkbv-gate, Newark, is in immediate want of an Apprentice. Letters post paid. WA NTED, in

a tradesman’s family, a respectable Upper Servant; also a Nurse Maid:—unexceptionable references will required. Letter.-, (post paid) or personal application to Miss Calvert, will meet with due attention. Horncastle. June 25.
June 27, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
EAST FIELD. DONCASTER.

EAST FIELD. DONCASTER.

THE Rev. P. INCH BALD, LL. D. formerly of Oxford, receives into his house, and educates, limited number of young Gentlemen. His terms are, for pupils under twelve years of age. Forty Guineas per artnum ; for all above that age. Fifty Guineas. Entrance, Five Guineas —A native of
June 6, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England