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Enthronement Of the Right Rev. Charles Richard Sumner, LORD BISHOP OF WINCHESTER.

Enthronement Of the Right Rev. Charles Richard Sumner, LORD BISHOP OF WINCHESTER.

«,S Bishop of Winchester made his first public entry into this city on Wednesday afternoon, in a carriage drawn by four horses. His Lordship s intention having been previouslyknown several tradesmen and other inhabitants of the city an d suburbs voluntarily assembled, for the pu
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TO THE WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR Of the CITY of WINCHESTER.

TO THE WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR Of the CITY of WINCHESTER.

Of the CITY of WINCHESTER. WE, the undersigned tradesmen and inhabitants of the city of Winchester, assembled at the Black Swan Inn, the said city, on the 10th day of Januaiy, 1828, do respectfully request you to convene a Meeting of the Inhabitants, to consider the propriety of
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday, Jan. 12.

SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday, Jan. 12.

. aaturaay, Jan. The gentlemen of the Royal Gloucester Lodge intend to give a .Ball and Supper, on very extended scale, on the 21st, inst; at their Hall, in Bugle-street. The very worthy Baronet who last year filled the office of M.C. has been solicited, and has condescendingly
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH, PORTSEA, AND GOSPORT, Saturday, Jan. 12.

PORTSMOUTH, PORTSEA, AND GOSPORT, Saturday, Jan. 12.

Saturday, Jan. The Maidstone frigate, Commodore Wm. Skipsey, sailed on Sunday, for the Cape of Good Hope, to assume the naval command on that station. The Hasty dredging vessel accompanied the Maidstone —The Britomart sloop of war, Capt. Manners, sailed the same day, for the Ply
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JAN. The embargo on foreign vessels at Constantinople said have been so far modified as to become applicable only to those vessels laden with provisions. None of this description were suffered to depart; but the supercargoes had notice that the Turkish Governme
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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Corn Exchange, Jan. 7.—This morning the supply was moderate, and most last week's supplies remain unsold ; the mealing trade

Corn Exchange, Jan. 7.—This morning the supply was moderate, and most last week's supplies remain unsold ; the mealing trade

was rather heavy; nevertheless, as the greater part of the wheat was rough and old, fine samples fully supported the.prices of this day sennight, but sales were not so numerous. Malting Barley was demand, and higher prices were asked consequence of the prices having advanced in
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Mr. PEEL'S REFORM of the CRIMINAL CODE.

Mr. PEEL'S REFORM of the CRIMINAL CODE.

The amount of the abridgments and reductions mere volume, effected by Mr. Peel, may be judged of, from the fact, that his repealing statute (which made a distinct law, affording easy • knowledge of the Acts got rid of) has annihilated tne .principal part of not less than 137 sta
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. After the breaking up of the Cabinet Council on Wednesday evening, messengers were dispatched to the Marquis Lansdown, at the Noble Marquis's seat at Bowood.in Wiltshire, with the result of the deliberations of the Cabinet Council; also to Mr Spring
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
STOCKS. Sat. Mon. Tues Wed. Tliu. Frid. Bank Stock .... I 205U 205 206 206 M: 3 per Cent. Bed.

STOCKS. Sat. Mon. Tues Wed. Tliu. Frid. Bank Stock .... I 205U 205 206 206 M: 3 per Cent. Bed.

53% 83.4 S3* 84' A 84% 3 per Cent. Cons. 82* 83% 83% 34perCt 90% 90* 91% Cent. Red. 90% (90% 90% 90% 91% New 4 per Cent. . ICO* 100% 10O?5 101 Bank Long Ann. ..I 19 j 19 19% India Bonds .. .. 64 p j 85 89 88 89 India Stock ... Kxcheq. 85!15.'2d. 5" 5" 60 p 60 .59 Cons-for Accoun
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

Saturday, Jan. 12. Newport.—The annual BaU for the benefit of the National School, took place on Wednesday evening, at the school room, which was most elegantly and tastefully fitted up for the purpose, with numerous variegated lamps, flags, and other devices. The judicious arra
January 14, 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England