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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

On Saturday last at Rainford, John Cross, Esq. of Denton's ?? G;reen, to Eleaor, tile oly daughtar of Jseph Rylands, Esq. Y \of St. Helens's.t d 0 L ately, at Hamburg, Thomas Lwowdes, Faq. late of this 7 -towbn, tol Miss Eilermsan, of H1anhburg. r _ On Wrded l thea 19th ult at St
April 11, 1817 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASTER ASSIZES.

LANCASTER ASSIZES.

LANCASTER ASSIZES "Our Ascizes" says the Lancaster Gazette of the 122th, "concluded on Saturday last, when Sir George Wood proceeded to pass the awful sentence of Death lon no ess than forty-six persons, who had been ca- fpihally convicted." The sanse paper contains the the follo
April 18, 1817 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TTtfJLS FOR SEVJtION.

TTtfJLS FOR SEVJtION.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICJARY,EDISaURGU,AenaS This morning the Court proceeded to the trial of Alexander Madartn, weaver in Kilmarnock, and Thomas Baiid, merchant there, accused of die crime of seditiou. The indictment charged Maclaren wilh uttering seditious nnd inflammatory speeche
April 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ClllNA. \

ClllNA. \

The Dutch East India Company sent two of their leading men, as AtTihdssadors to thi.-i great ancient Em- pire, w ho arrived at Pekin in 1655, Peter de Go yer and Jacob t>e RtYZKa, and delivered their commis. sioit to the EtvtPEiioit, or Git EAI Cham, or King ; they published an
April 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WINDSOR, Aran. 13.

WINDSOR, Aran. 13.

I This morning, her Majesty and the Phikce-ues ■*«iat-iu.-a-eoach and four fo Bigshot Park, on a visit (o tbe Duchess of Gloi ctSTta. I'liey are ex- pected to return in the evening. Last evening, her Majf.sty had a select party. Yesterday the Duchess of Cumberland went to view C
April 16, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE KING'S IIBALTtt.

THE KING'S IIBALTtt.

The following Bulletin was exhibited yestcrdtiy at St. James's Palace. lx>rd SomerviLi.e and Sir A. j Lkgge attended as the Lord and Groom in Waiting. " Windsor Cattle, April 5. »• The general slate of his Majesty has been extremely quiet during Ihe last month, and his Majk-ty's
April 7, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MANCUFSTER. PLOT.

THE MANCUFSTER. PLOT.

Yesterday about twelve o'clock t\ w Manchester coach called the Traveller drove to Bow-street Police Office, with three men in the inside, heavily ironed, and chained together, in the custody of Mr. Parso.ns, the King's Messenger, who had brought them from Manchester, on Charges
April 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LONDON..TUVRSDAV. ytPRILS.

LONDON..TUVRSDAV. ytPRILS.

LONDON. TUVRSDAV. ytPRILS. 0 • Paoers to the 31st ult. arrived yesterday. ttforai us of 'he arrest of two persons of some i— 0> nt c Brogcenbourg O Belgian), and 3 Ah»* s0 de I*R l( J ui:vil le (a Frenchman.) — are accused of carrying en a criminal cor- ndeoce wiih some exiled di
April 3, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND. " |

IRELAND. " |

KING'S COUNTY ASSIZES, Wednesday, March 19. KILLING IN A DUEL. rilE KING, AT THK PR-iSI-CUTtON OP RODEY WHITE, ESQ. against JOHN COKE AND IHUJIA- LAURENCE, E«QR.. The defendants were given in chi.rge to the .Jury, on an in- j dietnient, foi that the said Jobn Coitke, on ilt<- 31
April 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
. fIJEAIRE.

. fIJEAIRE.

COVENT-GARWE-f. The relative merits of Mr. Booth and Mr. Kt.w, we have had sufficient opportunities of noticing, and have there fn re no occasion, for that purpose, to avail ourselves of tise first appearance of the former in a new character yesterday evening: — that of Sir Ed-
April 12, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England