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MARRIED. On Thursday last at B.xwell, William Mills, Esq. eldest son of Thomas IVlills, Esq. of Great Saxham- hall, in

MARRIED. On Thursday last at B.xwell, William Mills, Esq. eldest son of Thomas IVlills, Esq. of Great Saxham- hall, in

this county, to Clara, second daughter of the Rev. C. Huntley, of Boxwell Court, Gloucestershire, Yesterday Mr. Henry Golding', liquor-merchant, of London, to Miss Laurence, daughter cf Mr. John Lawrence, grocer, and one of the burg-esses of the Corporation of this town. Same da
June 11, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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June 25, 1817 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

iF'RiAT==PARLIAMENT. 1111PEIRItALi PARLIAMENTi, otUSE OF PEER,§. ' H IJSD A, J(ize 1.2. The Earl ?? troght lti) thte R}eport of tile S;ecretCommittee, It Dtat ed th eiU opinlon tlat valrious dangerous Socicties existed throlighout the country, similar to tbose de- ncribed by thle
June 19, 1817 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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June 26, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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Yesterday the follow \ v « ft*7W, as the Report of the state, of the King's health, was shewn at St. James's Palate : — • , " wiiswiin tiitik, zv«ie. 7. „ " IKs MaJCsTT has been very composed throughout the last month. IRs Majest-7'j disorder continues unaltered ; but his MAJEsC
June 9, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DISUSE OF CtltMNEt CLIMBING BOYS.

DISUSE OF CtltMNEt CLIMBING BOYS.

Saturday, a nmuerotli* Meeting was held at Freemn*«ns' Hall, for the purpose of adopting a IViuiou tn Piirliamriir, praying f»r legislative iiiteiterence t" .-.bcili-li the Use ot Climb- ing Boys in sweeping chimneys. The Duke of Si a px uresiiteit ni t'lis Meeting, which was at
June 9, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TIIE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE.

TIIE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE.

Stockholm, Junk 10 — Tlie Duke of Devonshire, who has given a most distinguished reception to .the young Grand Duke -of Russia in Engirt d, and has been ?? to St. Petersburgii, t <♦ the* wedding of tiie Grand Duke Nicholas, has left Sweden t.> pro- ceed to that city. The Swedish
June 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HEBDOMAUAKV

HEBDOMAUAKV

Sunday. June 22.— Third Sunday Aerta Tpiimtt — Sua rose a. -13 initiates p .si J .'.lock t set al ii mi. titles past y. Moon's Pia_r Quartkr, .a 4 minutes pa. 1 7 o'clock in the morning. Molality.— Mark \ken_ide, the imilmw of the Pleasures of Inna- g.n ,tn>n, dud, 177',) Tuesda
June 23, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MdtcCUIOSLSS itOWAGFTi? Iff TrTtfteOXtfS BALL

MdtcCUIOSLSS itOWAGFTi? Iff TrTtfteOXtfS BALL

MdtcCUIOSLSS itOWAGFTi? Iff TrTtfteO XtfS BALL In Great George-street, Westminster, on Friday evening^ her Ladyship gave a quadrilie ball of the most pleasing de-c.i_,ii,.n. They who delight in a select circle (a polished assemblage ofthe lirst order,) must be gratified iv attend
June 2, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTEL LIS ENCE.

FOREIGN INTEL LIS ENCE.

FRENCH PAPERS Paris, JtiME 16.— Yesterday the octave of fhe Fete Vi^tt was celebrated in all the Cliurclies of the capital, with as much de- votion as t.n Sunday last; and Ibe Heavens, just shaded with Hying clouds, were alike au.picions to ihe assembly of the pious, and the bea
June 20, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England