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Right Honourable Lady Right Honourable Lady Dowager " Right Honourable Lady Dudley and Ward, Right Honourable Lord Macdonald, Lady Appreece,

Right Honourable Lady Right Honourable Lady Dowager " Right Honourable Lady Dudley and Ward, Right Honourable Lord Macdonald, Lady Appreece,

The Honourable Lord Montfort, ..Sir John Coghiji; Bart. Though Mr. wifites all >ns to apply.his cine in the firft attack of the ss in that ftage it fa a certain cure yet would not have any, in the cafes fuccefs, as he has reftoreJ many the laft exiftence, and where the bones of
29 March 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SONNET O E. MISS WM-LIAMS. OH evei Ikill'd to wear the form love, To theihapes fear and Grief depart, Come,

SONNET O E. MISS WM-LIAMS. OH evei Ikill'd to wear the form love, To theihapes fear and Grief depart, Come,

gentle Hups, with one gay The of an aching heart. Thy benign Eipcha ! let me heir Say, that for me fbme pleaf ires yet fhall bloom- That Fancy's radiance, Iriendfhip's precious tear, Shall or Misfortune's gloom. But come not glowing in the dazzling ray VVhich once with dear illu
29 March 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

F O I G XL- s. Arrived the Maiis from France and Flanders. Halle, Dec* 15.^' IN this town, iffi abmt a fortnight preceding this period, there w (rationed a detachment General Murray's regiment, of men and dragoons. The latter, however, did not as long as the former. The two offi
4 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

& Cbicbejier' SATURDAY, Jan. %. Saturday laft William Chute, Efq» accompanied by the Rev. Mr. Binghanf, Captain Dixon, MeHT. Atkmfon, Childe, Neville, and Carter; Attornies, Paribus, and Minchen, fblicited the Votes Freeholders of Gofport, to reprefent rids County at the enfuing
4 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
A SINGULAR CHARACTER.

A SINGULAR CHARACTER.

/ Tweftay her which formerly owned, Mrs. Henrietta Sriith, in a very advanced age . «s tisfi wife one " the faft remaining of unfortunate Admiral.Holier. Her death was a her in au application new lettlement with whom coil with, and whom, after calling for her public hottfe hhe l
4 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

Port/mouth, Gqjport, & Chichejter * PORTSMOUTH, Saturday, Jan. On Sunday failed from Spithead, the Deux CouJins, a French vellel, Capt. Bellinger, for the.coalj of Africa. , Same day failed from the Mother bank, with convicts for New South Wales, Neptune, Supply, and Scarborough
25 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
GLASS's MAGNESIA.

GLASS's MAGNESIA.

APPROVED and by tbe moft Faculty, and given good Hi* the Prince W-les, and die younger Princes fold, a» ufual,houfe Oxford, Guinea, Half-Gui*»a Six Shilling and Three Shilling directions for taking 'it d. Sold Mr. fllagden, in the High/freer, Mr. » *^ ' Palmer, fcrtft*>l|- Mr.-
25 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
THURSDAY's POST.

THURSDAY's POST.

FOREIGN NEWS. from Francs and Flanders. 24.. a s "which the of others arrive from re- -i tilt towards fie- The of the Emperor, Fever huiler, Mkrov*:*;, Lacy, Schroder, Weaeeflas, Colloredo, and uf Fabi!3, who have departed their former quarters in ki;.g»lori,. three battalions o
18 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

FOREIGN NEWS. Arrived the Mails from Ho .land and Flanders. Liege, Dec. OUR revolution is approaching to its developement, and it is fearec that violent happen however, there is yet time to prevent it, as there is (till means accommodation left, which is that offered his PmtTian
18 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
FRANCE.—National Assembly, Jan. 6.

FRANCE.—National Assembly, Jan. 6.

MONDAY the Afleml decreed that a Deputation be lent to the King to enquire what be for his expences, the eftabUfhrhent his family and houfhola, and to requefr that his Majefty would regulate his demand, not the fyflem of ceconomy which the national afTembly had in view all other
18 January 1790 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England