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Birtns. May 3, atFlaxton, the Lady of theßev. Slmgsby Duncombe Shafto, of a daughter. Efarriag-es. Thursday last, atHeadingley, by the

Birtns. May 3, atFlaxton, the Lady of theßev. Slmgsby Duncombe Shafto, of a daughter. Efarriag-es. Thursday last, atHeadingley, by the

Rev. W.Williamson, M.A , Incumbent, Abm. Wells, Esq., ef Headingley, to Ann Catherine, widow of the late J. T. S. Tennant, Esq., of Chapel House, Yorkshire. Thursday last, at St. Stephen's Church, Kirkstall, by the Ray. T. Furbank, M.A-, Incumbent of Bramley, John Dalton, Esq.,
May 13, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Mansion House. — Yesterday four men, named Hughes, Rudd, Crouch, and Goldsmith, were brought before the Lord Mayor, charged with haviug acted riotously in Cheapside and its neighbourhood on the preceding night, on which the Char- tists lii'd appointed to meet in Suit-field Marke
May 8, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BjDl N B U X G H, from BRUNSWICK-f DW ?? AR P. BLACKWALL.— Passengers can walk on h°* r

BjDl N B U X G H, from BRUNSWICK-f DW ?? AR P. BLACKWALL.— Passengers can walk on h°* r

*'— |hl.»owerful and magnificent new Steam-ships MONARCH, mL2 H > CLARENCE, and CALEDONIA, having several private K'Wjins for families, and whose unrivalled acconmioUa- Buiy superior speed are well known, leave BRUNSWICK- F^ R F, hi.ai KVVAI.L, for EDINBURGH, as follow:— CLARENC
May 21, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
DEFEAT OF THK WHIG-RADICALS.

DEFEAT OF THK WHIG-RADICALS.

(FROM A CORRESPONDENT. ) Cambridge, Monday Evening, Eight o'clock. Our sapient Mayor, in the full confidence that Whigcism was in an undoubted ascendancy here, unwittingly called a public meeting to address the Queen in favour of her Ma- jesty's ministers. Great handbills were e
May 21, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER—This DaV.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER—This DaV.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER — This DaV. THE CANADIAN PKISONEKS JUDGMENT. At the sitting of their lordships this morning, Lord Abinger briefly pronounced the judgment of the Court In the cases of the four Canadian prisoners. After re- marking on the arguments and various points of law rais
May 6, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
.HI? NEWS.

.HI? NEWS.

BY THIS DAY'S POST. DEAL, May :,.— W-iW.— Arrived, the Urania, from Monte Vide: the Idrl*, from Malta; the Sybils. Know lea, from the Mauritius ; aid the Tii.o, from the Mediterranean, arrived from the River and sailed, the Hlror.dell, I'ukeihiy, for Glbral- tiir ; and the ragtt
May 6, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
OF BTROI

OF BTROI

Gentlemen, — Had 1 been apprehensive of the loss of your good opinion, from the assiduous attempts to deprive me of it, I should have found, long before this time, abundant rM> sons for addressing you. More than a year ago the Political Un'on of Birmingham endeavoured, by printe
May 6, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

TVED THIS MORNIKG.) FRANCE. (l .tO. -1 OUt. Til- VATE CORRE_POXDF.NT.) PARIS, May 29. THE ?? MINISTRY AND THE SECRET SERVICE MONEY. The mere pissing of the Secret Service Money Rill yester- day, by ii m-jortty of 262 against 74, was, of course, no victory for ihe jjrtvernment, n
May 31, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ITO THK RIGHT *HON. LORD JOHN RFSSr.-LL.,.PRINCIPAL SECKKI

ITO THK RIGHT *HON. LORD JOHN RFSSr.-LL.,.PRINCIPAL SECKKI

ITO THK RIGHT *HON. LORD JOHN RFSSr.-LL., PRINCIPAL SECKKI My Lord,— Tn tl cr on iculties exi-ting between the British government and the ¥ In .: this ro •:n mdl Luil the - I jr r Allan, ■ T i r> t ?? : ! .1 • ••• , p ?? 3fty.*,r>i in •in- po- ll make it what it ought vince iv l.
May 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Printed and Published at the Office, New Bridge-str - ?? friars, London, by Chasi.es Baldwin, inter ?? 9. Bridge-street aforesaid,

Printed and Published at the Office, New Bridge-str - ?? friars, London, by Chasi.es Baldwin, inter ?? 9. Bridge-street aforesaid,

on Wednesday, May 22, ??
May 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England