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MARRIAGES. March 5, at Clifton, by the Rev. J. Armstrong, Thomas Newman, Esq,, of Nelmes, Essex, to Anna Maria, daugh-

MARRIAGES. March 5, at Clifton, by the Rev. J. Armstrong, Thomas Newman, Esq,, of Nelmes, Essex, to Anna Maria, daugh-

ter of the late Rev. Charles Henry Parry, Vicar of Speen, Berks. March 5, at St. Giles's, Camberwell, Surrey, L. B. Schroder, Esq., of Tavistock-square, to Maria Lena, only daughter of the late Rev. John Werninck, D.D., ef Cam- berwell. DEATHS. March 2, at Islington Green, of co
March 6, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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[No. 4915. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1840. Price sd.~]
March 21, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE KING OF HOLLAND AND THE COUNTESS.D'ori.THßMllvT.

THE KING OF HOLLAND AND THE COUNTESS.D'ori.THßMllvT.

THE KING OF HOLLAND AND THE COUNTESS D'ori.THßMllvT. (Fre.i the llandehblad.) THK HAt'LE, March 25. I hasten to communicate to you the highly important news that his Majesty the King yesterday made known his reso- luion to desist from his marriage with the Countess D'Oultremont.
March 30, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MADAME JULIA GRISI VKR3US M. GERARD DX.MKLCV.

MADAME JULIA GRISI VKR3US M. GERARD DX.MKLCV.

MADAME JULIA GRISI VKR3US M. GERARD DX MKLCV. In lll.'lli, M. G_r_r_ de Ifetey married Mile. Julia Grisi. Two yeais after diveis repoits circulated in the London fashionable world led to a separation of the pai ties. The clauses of this separation were drawn up by mutual liiends,
March 30, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SKIP l-__-ur«.

SKIP l-__-ur«.

BY THIS DAY'S POST ?? March 2.*".— Sailed, the _n„„i ' "■_, „. Mauritius; tl,i- h, ck ,t,St rutn _ ut h P * ,l ? e ;. Platt ' ?? »he Caleutt.. Napier, the st. "nn" lUm. f„?k *Ih°_ -SP 0 * 1 ty*** u,e and the Ana, Phillip!, fbr o ie*hee7- ?? -*_£**■ L ""'"-*.». New Y..rk; the Nau
March 30, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
WEST INDIA PLANTERS.

WEST INDIA PLANTERS.

Yesterday a numerous meeting of merchants, proprietors, and others interested in the West Indies, was held at Willis's Rooms, King-street, St. James's, for the purpose of considering what measures should be adopted in reference to a petition from the East India Company, praying
March 13, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
imperial Jtarftament

imperial Jtarftament

HOUSE OF LORDS, Thursday, March 12. I , Lord SEA FORD presented a petition from a body of West ( India proprietors, praying that no relaxation of the duties now j , payable on East India produce, calculated injuriously to affect ■ the West India interest, should be sanctioned by
March 13, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SOCIALISM AND THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

SOCIALISM AND THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

*he following admirable address, which we are persuaded the sentiments of the entire Christian community of Gotland, has been forwarded to the Bishop of Exeter, from •j-*- Edinburgh Operative Conservative Association : — TO THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF EXETER. ] ' My Lord B
March 5, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONIiCLE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONIiCLE.

Castle Tavern, Holborn, March 4. Sir,— >As tt very old subscriber to your paper, I was not tt little surprised to find it stated in its columns, on Monday, that " the notorious Spring was heard to say, that he had been paid, by Adt^y- part)', a sovereign for his attendance at th
March 5, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England