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Advertisements, Articles of Intelligence, &c. for this Paper are taken by Fi and Walks 1, Pater-nofter Row, London. Mr. and

Advertisements, Articles of Intelligence, &c. for this Paper are taken by Fi and Walks 1, Pater-nofter Row, London. Mr. and

Mr. 8011, at Bath. Mr Cocking Printer BriM.l ™ * and Mills, Bookfellcrs, and Mr. Mr. Mil can, Stationer, Newport (Hie of Wight.) Mr Adey ' • Mrs. Beestow, Stationer, Lym^ton.. £, Carpemer, Southampton. Mr. R. Deacon, Cowes, syJe oJWtgbt. Mr Felth'am Richardson Baker, at Pete c.
8 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
S O SONG. Sung by Mrs. Kennedy, in Mr. O'Keefe't farce of The POSITIVE MAN. SWEET Poll of Plymouth was

S O SONG. Sung by Mrs. Kennedy, in Mr. O'Keefe't farce of The POSITIVE MAN. SWEET Poll of Plymouth was

dear, When forc'd from her to go, Adown her cheeks rain'd many a tear, heart was fraught with woe Our anchor weigh'd, for Rood, The Land we left behind Her tears then fwell'd the briny Hood, fighs increas'd the wind. We plough'd the deep; and now between Us lay the ocean wide Fo
8 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
From the London Gazette, April, 13, 1782.

From the London Gazette, April, 13, 1782.

At the Court St. James's, tbe 10th April, _ PRESENT, The KING'S Moft Excellent Majefty in Council. HIS Majefty in Council was this day pleated to declare his Grace William Henry Duke of Portland, Lieutenant-General and General Governor of his Majefty's Kingdom of Ireland, This d
22 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
TRUSTEES of FRF. SCHOOL *' £ fi A Vacancy the platen Mailer cf the School being occafioned the death the

TRUSTEES of FRF. SCHOOL *' £ fi A Vacancy the platen Mailer cf the School being occafioned the death the

late v ROBERT BOYES, 1 beg tea/re offer a candidal fucceed his room. Should honoured with your chojpermit me to allure you, that w 11 be principal and only x\udy drfcharge the duties of the truft me, with ftridteft juftice and elity and pay fuch tion to education the my care may
22 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOME NEWS.

HOME NEWS.

PORTSMOUTH, Saturday, April * . Admirals and with nine fail of the line, and a French man war of guns, called La Pegafe, arrived Tl.ur'd.') .t Spithead. Nine of the tranfports captured by the above fleet are put into Plymouth, three into Falmouth, and three for Ireland, the wind
29 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
EXTRACT from DoQor R. DOMINICETP? Dijfertations on his Artifcial Medicated Baths, erected Pant on* Square, Hay-Market, London. Tie CASE Mr.

EXTRACT from DoQor R. DOMINICETP? Dijfertations on his Artifcial Medicated Baths, erected Pant on* Square, Hay-Market, London. Tie CASE Mr.

JOHN .SHEPPARD, Bury- Jlreet, St. James's, London. SIR, HAVING read your pamphlet, a on the Scurvy, which teemed rational to me, put under your care for the fame complaint, of which I had been for many years; I thought it was a juftice due to you to my cafe, your publications, w
29 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
PANTHEON INTELLIGENCE.

PANTHEON INTELLIGENCE.

THE grand fubfcription Mafquerade Ball, given at the Pantheon, on Friday evening lad, the club at IVehjie't, in S:. James's ftreet, furpalTed any thing that kind we remember to have feen. ornaments and decorations were entirely new, and extremely elegant, particularly the cotill
29 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
~ „ TO be. SOLD AUCTIQM,. the May next, at Mr. Yard, near Lyrfungton a.forcfaid, The S' CCX. TIMBER; that

~ „ TO be. SOLD AUCTIQM,. the May next, at Mr. Yard, near Lyrfungton a.forcfaid, The S' CCX. TIMBER; that

now lies.in the faid Yard. f quantity of Timber, knees, crooks, and plank, fit for fhip and ufes; alto a large quantity polls, rails, Cabs; and old ihip plan*, the whole of which will be pdt up In than feparate. lots. The fale to beg a ten For further particulars, and for fight
29 April 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Monday's Post, by Express.

Monday's Post, by Express.

From the June Jdmifalty-Qfcce, June .. ■Extraß of a letter from Captain Cooper, Commander of bis Mttjefy's fnip Srttg, to Mr. dated Dubtin Bay* ne » *7*»- the teftant, I received information, that two French ter privateers were cruizing off Watcrfortl, of which failed is; purfui
1 July 1782 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
The Leeds Intelligencer.

The Leeds Intelligencer.

LPrice THREE - FENCER.] [Vol. XXXV. N». 180..J T U E S D AY, February 24, 1789. Printed by THOMAS WRIGHT, at New -Street End.
24 February 1789 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England