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Hnlsani,

Hnlsani,

ATKINSONS HEARS’ GREASE, ro/t THE TI! HAIH.—CAUTION, IN SON, Importer of tlie * Genuine Bears’ Grease, respectfully cautions the Public against numerous Counterfeits of the abovo Article; many of these Counterfeits are sold low It. and ire only laid, marrow,&c. and some are very
December 29, 1823 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
laden with foreign geneva and brandy, supposed about fifty-seven casks. Tlie revenue officers, stationed at Bembridge, being on the alert

laden with foreign geneva and brandy, supposed about fifty-seven casks. Tlie revenue officers, stationed at Bembridge, being on the alert

for smugglers, discovered die ves>el at a short distance from them, (it being a moonlight night), to which they immediately steered, and on their approaching her, spied several kegs at the side, and was suhse quentiy hoarded by one the officers, while, in the mean time, the smug
December 29, 1823 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
GAME.

GAME.

GENTLEMEN are re- Without permission from .1* ISIS '^ ing will All unqualified persons found trespaismg Prosecuted. 1823.
September 1, 1823 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
TREBLE TIERS.

TREBLE TIERS.

R. Stone, whose head was broken by Preston. Wall, broke the of Knapp. Slone then broke the head Preston and won the match, which was lor twenty sovoruigus; having his owu and Wall’s head unbroken. Cintjcv Beer. —This, when well niiido, one of the most agreeable, well one the mos
September 1, 1823 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTH IM FTON MARKi:rS.—Sytemhtr C.

SOUTH IM FTON MARKi:rS.—Sytemhtr C.

SOUTH IM MARKi:rS.—Sytemhtr C. 7 he weather this tre k has be*n rery favourable for tecoti.ig lit? harvesty and little btuiness has been done any imd (ii tin or Flour, the consumers ate expecting lo fee a considerable redaction in price*, and tvill bay more titan they require for
September 1, 1823 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 

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SOMERSET.

SOMERSET.

Bath, Nov. 3.—Wednesday evening Mr. Davis, respectable linen-draper, of Chepstow, who had just landed from the steam-packet, accompanied by a friend, fell into Cumberland basin, Bristol, and drowned. A new line of road from Washford bridge, through Williton and Crowcorabe, to Co
November 10, 1823 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
HUNT’S CONFESSION.

HUNT’S CONFESSION.

A part of Hunt’s Cofession lias trten published a Sunday Paper. It was made Mr. ' the Atlomej, before the trial at Hertford, Tb© contains are of the most frightful character and while it shews more clearly than ever the infernal atrocity of the wretch who his the last punishment
February 9, 1824 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

EXPRESS. SATURDAY NIGHTS GAZETTE. Fareign-Offict, Feb. S, 1884. The King has been pleased to appoint George R. Chinnery, Esq. Commissioner on the part of His Majcstv, to reside in Spain, under the 7th article of the Convention concluded at Madrid, on the 12th of March 1823, betwe
February 9, 1824 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
extract the following exquisite hull from an Irish Provincial Paper;—lsaac William Olcuny, Treasurer of the Lancasterian School, acknovv ledges to

extract the following exquisite hull from an Irish Provincial Paper;—lsaac William Olcuny, Treasurer of the Lancasterian School, acknovv ledges to

have received 101. for the use the Institution, from the gentleman who hasten before contributed that sum aunueUy to Its support. A'etmi TiUgrtph. Four gentlemen, of the respective ages of 89, 80, 89, aud 76, plqyed whist at the residence the oldest in Bath, the 6th Inst, withou
February 23, 1824 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
i^tarftetd.

i^tarftetd.

Cors-Exchange, Monday, Feb. 16.—The supplies of most Grain during last week, were good ; and fur this day’s market, there u a large show all spring Corn, aud a fair fresh arrival of Our millers appeared more ami. to purchase ll at the commencement of the market, which induced th
February 23, 1824 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England