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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

ias .lAIlt ItI;li). ;e At Pitfilrane, Fife, onl tile loth inst., by the Rev. E. ts Romsay, Robert l-. S. Jacksoi, E Lsq., secoind sun oft f S the late Lieut.-Gen erid JaCl Con. aid AiCeLit., ini the 0)711 t 'r regt., to Elii7tHethj, younigest iliugtiter of Adim. Sir P. cd iltaite
July 22, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LOHDS.

HOUSE OF LOHDS.

HOUSE LOHDS. THURSDAY, Ji’LY IH.-Some bills were brought from the Commons, and petitions presented. Tkt f'*«Wu/< —Lord Bant'd ll a presented a petition from Wm. Lovett and John Collins, who were arrested Birmingham the Inst, and the following day com milted Warwick Gaol, complain
July 22, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
GOSPORT, ALVEHSTOKK, & ANGLESEY Wifi take plarr in Stoke's Hay, on WEDSRBDAY the th. and THURSDAY the%ih of Annual, 1839,

GOSPORT, ALVEHSTOKK, & ANGLESEY Wifi take plarr in Stoke's Hay, on WEDSRBDAY the th. and THURSDAY the%ih of Annual, 1839,

teken the foltotnnn Pri:ea nill be yiren : I?! RST DW.—Hack SUakea, 10 tors, with a Sweepstakes " of one aov. each, to to the second horse ; entrance one sov.—two-mile heats. Regulations—3 yr. olds to carry 7st. .lib. fourHst. Tib. five six 9st. 71b. aged 10st. ; winners to carr
July 22, 1839 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-SATtiftDA-r, JdLt 20. The Speaker took the chair shortly after twelve o'clock. A message fr.un the Lords brought Up several Bills. Mr. SAN FORD p. e-en ted a peiition from the throwsters of Taunton against the Factories Bill. Mr. WILftHAHAM presented a petition
July 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET and CITY JSEfTS.

MONEY MARKET and CITY JSEfTS.

City, Sattr»av Mymistt. Business was all day very languid on the Stock Exchange, where there was an unusually thin at- tendance. Consols alternated from 92^ to \ for the ensuing account, and were done for money at 91 j. Exchequer Bills were a shade lower, the latest quo- tation
July 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

GUILDHALL.— On Saturday William Satchwelt was charged before Sir Matthew Wood with robbing hi. master Mr. Rock, a stationer in Walbi ook. Mr. |{ ock stated that, in consequence of information that his shopman had been offering goods cheap among his cus- tomers, he suspected he h
July 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MURDER AND ROBBERY IN SOHO.

THE LATE MURDER AND ROBBERY IN SOHO.

a very natural auxiety exists among tbe public to kaow what stejis have been taken to bring the perpetrators of the horrible tragedy in Princes-street to justice ; but although the police have be«i unceasingly engaged in the inquiry, their movements have been wrapped in so much
July 22, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

(From the Dublin Evening Packet.) The Dublin Gazette of yesterday contains fiv« prod^ tions of rewards, varying from Ml. to 200.., for ibe *v. hension of murdorois, house-breakers, house-biiriirr . £ persons employed iv firing into louses at daybreak, worst of those cases is the
July 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
WORTHING.

WORTHING.

Warwick bouse has just been let for three months, Lane Fox, Esq., who with his family occupied il some time since. The beautiful estate of Mnniham, near Findon, lately the residence of F. W. Frankland, Esq., is sold to Mr. Fitzgerald, who left this town a few weeks ago after a s
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
CONSERVATIVE MEETING.

CONSERVATIVE MEETING.

Tbe Annual Dinner of the Lewes Constitutional Pruning Benefit Society 'ook place on Wednesday last, in the grounds of W. C. Mabbott, at Southover, where a spacious booth had been erected for the purpose. Mr, John Ellman, of Landport, tbe president the society, took chair, suppor
July 22, 1839 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England