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CAMBRIDGE, July 15. MARRIED. On Wednesday last, Mr. Wm. Styles, of this town, to Sarah, fifth daughter of Mr. Bradshaw,

CAMBRIDGE, July 15. MARRIED. On Wednesday last, Mr. Wm. Styles, of this town, to Sarah, fifth daughter of Mr. Bradshaw,

of Huntingdon. On Thursday last, Mr. John Mason, farmer, of Westley in this county, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. 6! Adams, of the Crown and Woolpack Inn, in this town DIED. On the 28th ult., aged ?? the Rev. Wm. Faulkner, 8.A., of Queens' college, Incumbent of Hanging H
July 17, 1839 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

(From ?? Times of July 12.) na- VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, Thursday, July 11. the COX V. THE MAYOR OF DERBY. ieir Mr. K. BRuCE, with Mr. L. WIGRAff, said, the object E' 2Cts of the present suit, which had been instituted against the d: mayor and corporation of Derby and the Church
July 17, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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CIov SMITN AR Y, 0ETO Gil VEAR LREDS. CilA r WLCOCK respectfully an- A and ,,,A LS'ESTABLIS HI. TWill be by ?? sd ~an DMS IT picastre aunou"timtht her C eO IT", , N';y FOR ji ~ Ladiej, by ?? ESUME2 PLA e thr their SCHOOLe fcdp TitThrrl, Lit p''rae leadsurei ' 1113. toc uiuc er lr
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

a to tonuent..regitsrar's certificate. daa but On the 3d ieee.at Hoirme, the lady of the IHon. Philip Stourton, onof a daughter, a p On the 9th inst. In Great Curmberland-Street, the Lady of Sir Ch Rellingharn R. Graham, Bant of Norton Conyers, near Ripon, ORe. of at daughter. je
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKETS, TRADE, &c.

MARKETS, TRADE, &c.

MARKETS, T RADE, &c. 4Ad in LONDON, TUESDAY, JUTLY 16. is: tiv SUGAR.-Tbere was a cousiderable Increare il the sale * 9AI ?? Plantatlon Sugar lust week, in conrsequence of thC Importers having givers way a little in price. The rfIjpR (5 f Sul the week by private contract and at a
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ASSAULTS BY HORSEWHIPPING AT LEEDS.

ASSAULTS BY HORSEWHIPPING AT LEEDS.

s HORSEWHIPPING AT LEEDS. 5 VnING v. JACKSON. I BENDING v. JACKSON. W~r a~dY last, Mr. CHARLES SMITH JACKS~ON, Wodhondhn e-buie, Ina this town, appeared at the ,,ill bfr ties sitting Maglstratens for the month, W. Smith. cot swsall sq., to anwe to an information preferred At l.0
July 20, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

NOTICE. rf IrE lusinvs3 hitherto carried ol by thle la t r. A. H. Svmis nnd Gr.on(Er. Guy, Wine Merelbnnts will be continlied by GEORGE GUY, under the firm of I- SYM'S and (;UY." 0,rt&rd, .JIaz 1, jtd2,9. WONDERFUL CVUOTY JrIST nrrived from Paaris, the LAIGS T HORSE q) IN THE WOR
July 20, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
iShW^PAPEH PRESS BENEVOLENT.ASSOCIATION.

iShW^PAPEH PRESS BENEVOLENT.ASSOCIATION.

iShW^PAPEH PRESS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. • The second anniversary dinner or this association fook piaee at the Freemasons* Tavern last Saturday night. The hai' presented a very brilliant appearance, not a little owing to the presence of ladies at the table, the usual regulation o
July 15, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FAS II !OSABLEaIRRJ\G KM U \ TSfor the WE EX.

FAS II !OSABLEaIRRJ\G KM U \ TSfor the WE EX.

this evening. L .dy Shaw Stewart's concert in Upper Grosvenor-street Mademoiselle o«iergaar.r» morning concert at the residence oi J.J. Brandon, Esq., 3, Harler-streel, Cavendish-square. TO MORROW. The Countess of Mexborou-ih's a>»eiiibly in Dover-street WEDNESDAY. The Earl of D
July 15, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
YjZj&JkPARIS INSURGENTS OF MaY. I

YjZj&JkPARIS INSURGENTS OF MaY. I

From tbe Gatelte dcs Tribunaux of Tuesday.) LiJ»h Sunday, at four o'clock, the family of Barbes and his I counsel were informed of the commutation of punishment, I witbout, however, being told the nature of the sentence »üb- stilu'.ed (or death. They went immediately to the pris
July 19, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England