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SUMMARY-Foreign and Domestic.

SUMMARY-Foreign and Domestic.

The want of union and cordial co-operation among the Members of the Cabinet has induced Lord Goderich to tender his resignation, which was accepted by his Majesty on. Tuesday, and a dissolution of the present Administration has •followed. The causes which led to this event are n
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER, Saturday Night, Jan. 12, 1828.

WINCHESTER, Saturday Night, Jan. 12, 1828.

SATURDAY NIGHT, JAN. 12; 182 S. Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors. Southern Circuit—Before J. G. Harris, March 21—Southampton, 22—Salisbury, SO— Beading, Feb. 22—Horsham, March —Maidstone, March Oxford, Feb. 23—Worcester, Feb. 26—Hereford, Feb. Bristol, March 3—Bath, s—Wells
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
The tradesmen and some inhabitants of the city, anxious to testify their respect for his Lordship, have solicited the Mayor

The tradesmen and some inhabitants of the city, anxious to testify their respect for his Lordship, have solicited the Mayor

to call a meeting for a similar purpose, which has been acceded to, as appears by the subjoined notices.
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

Winchester— The Inspector's Report for the week ending the 4th inst. states Wheat from to average, per imperial qr. 55s Id; Barley 27s to 30s— average ; Oats, average, 22s sd. Basingstoke, Wednesday— Wheat to 62s— average Id; Barley 26s 31s ; Oats 20s 235.; Bears 3Ss to per quar
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

—Monday, at Golden Pot; Tuesday, Four Lanes, Beauworth; Thursday, Ilsfield Down ; Saturday, Northington Down— ten. Sf.F.H. (Mr Nicoirs Hounds) —Monday, at Hilltop Gate; Thursday, Pennington Common Saturday, Ashley Lodge— at halt-past ten. Vine Hounds —Monday, Worting—at eleven.
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 

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Tuesday Night's Gazette.

Tuesday Night's Gazette.

Right Hon. Robert Gordon, (nov/ Envoy the Court of Brazil) has been appointed his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Catholic King. War Office, Jan. 7.— 9 th Dragoons— Lieut. Geo. Ca;- laghan, from the loth Dragoons-, Captain, by purchase, vice Gre
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

George Siedenburg, Nightingale-lane, victualler Joseph Cooper, Shiffhall, Salop, grocer Frederick Oldfield, Opera-Colonnade, wine-merchant Benjamin Taylor, Berwick-street, victualler Joseph Nicholls, Cleeve-Prior, Worcestershire, builder Johrißrotherick Snowdon, Norwich, linen-d
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

Abstract of tbe Net Produce of the Revenue of. Great Britain, in the Years and Quarters ended the sth of Jan. 1527 and 1828, shewing the Increase or Decrease on each head thereof. Yrs. ended Jan. 5, 1827. | 1828. Increase. Decrease. £ £ ~£ Customs 15,776,762 16,391,838 625,076 E
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
VARIETIES, Literary, Historical, Scientific, and Humorous.

VARIETIES, Literary, Historical, Scientific, and Humorous.

Literary, Historical, Scientific, a Humorous. ■ ■—v ~>. . ■„ A gentleman, named Burgess, 'has "published diagram, to demonstrate mathematicaUy, that no steam-carriage can possibly travel, except on railroads, or roads formed of equally unjielding materials for as all inanimate p
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
SIR JOHN SINCLAIR'S

SIR JOHN SINCLAIR'S

Calculations of the Produce and Value of a Potatoe Crop, and of the-means bywliich this country may be re.ndered,iya moderate increased cultivation of Potatoes, independent of foreign nations for Food, should the domestic resources be inadequate to the consumption. I have always
14 January 1828 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England