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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

MARRIAGES. At the British Embassy, Paris, Mons. Adolphe Barrot, Consul- General of France, and brother of Mons. Odillon Barrot, Mem- ber of the Chamber of Deputies, to Georgiana, youngest daugh- ter of the late Rear-Admiral Manby, and niece to Capt. Manby, of Yarmouth.-At Blair D
November 9, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

p&r YORKs.-Four Reformers and eight Tories were elected-~ iets a result which gives the latter party a gaia of one vote In cht. the Council. T~he gentlemen eleteted in the Reform interest Pt ole5 are.-Messrs. Watson, lgeman, ?? Steward, and Thomas lb ?? Smithson ; on the Tory si
November 9, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society.

Norwich Union Life Insurance Society.

lie ions; expecieu .examiners, Messrs. Farebrother, Steward, and Lloyd, on tne state tbe affairs of tbis great Society, was presented |to a large and influential meeting of its members, assembled at tbe office in Surrey-street, Wednesday last Having given tbe report entire, and
November 9, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Nov. l> W II l> V ESFE( TFULLY announces his Return from London, and solicits the>Attention of the 'uldic to

Nov. l> W II l> V ESFE( TFULLY announces his Return from London, and solicits the>Attention of the 'uldic to

his Extensive Selection Satins, Glace / £flks, Merinos, XEIPOIITAIB, IBBONS, FLOWERS, LACES, BLONDES, Glace, Chenc, Satin, and Velvet QUILTS, COUNTERPANES, TOILETTES, SHEETINGS, Irishes, Table Linen, Flannel ft, d*.c. LADIES' CLOAKS & BABY LIN EN IN GREAT VARIETY. le also partic
November 9, 1839 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MR. BRADLEY'S STAG HOUNDS.

MR. BRADLEY'S STAG HOUNDS.

These Hounds have been this removed from their old quarters at Milverton, the New Kennels, built expressly for them, between four and five miles distant from Leamington, and situate in the parish of llarbury, on the London Road, just the other side of Ufton. This excellent pads
November 9, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

Nor. Stoneliouse. ftto-eW. . Shrt-w-. (».wn ilv*). 7 can. H*n.?T «»arke!), l>«’i<n.'»r, Itislev, Fnir ••ru. 12 Cast C. Sai: ion, FMpviH.Te. »t. v -1 >. Ncurort,Oo^tone, »•«:.},Vtami' >vjn. »M» « Cousin.
November 9, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Death of Lord George Beresford.—Lord George Beresford, who had been for some time previously on visit with bis distinguished relative,

Death of Lord George Beresford.—Lord George Beresford, who had been for some time previously on visit with bis distinguished relative,

his Grace the Lord Primate, expired at the palace, Armagh, on the morning of Saturday last. The Lord Primate, accompanied by his nephew, Lord John Beresford, has been passing the last week at Newcastle. Lord George was in his 59th year, he was a lieutenant general the army and c
November 9, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING.

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING.

Thursday, October 31. Sweepstakes of 100 soys each, was won by Mr. Greville'sc Proteus, beating Sultan. Subscription Plate of was won by Lord Jersey's Joanina, beating The Drama and four others. Sweepstakes of 50 sovseach, was won by Lord G. Bentinck's Capote, beating Gray Milto
November 9, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Mare-lane, Wednesday Morning, Nov. ???. From the whole of our wheat growing counties the receipts of wheat continue on a

Mare-lane, Wednesday Morning, Nov. ???. From the whole of our wheat growing counties the receipts of wheat continue on a

very limited scale, owing, in a great measure, to most of the farmers' time being occupied out-door farm labour, —viz., ploughing and sowing. The stands this morning exhibited a moderate display of samples, whilst most descriptions commanded a steady inquiry, at fully the improv
November 9, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Vicissitudes of Fashion—The changes of fashion often cause great distress among the workmen. In 1765 the peace of the metropolis

Vicissitudes of Fashion—The changes of fashion often cause great distress among the workmen. In 1765 the peace of the metropolis

was disturbed by the peruke-makers, who went in procession to petition the king against the innovation of the people wearing their own hair. At the recovery of George 111. after his illness, an immense number of buckles were manufactured : they were spread over the whole kingdom
November 9, 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England