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BIRTHS. On Saturday last, the wife of Mr. White, tailor and draper, Kingsburv, Avlesbury, of a daughter. 2lst inst., in

BIRTHS. On Saturday last, the wife of Mr. White, tailor and draper, Kingsburv, Avlesbury, of a daughter. 2lst inst., in

Walton Street, Aylesbury, the wife of Mr. James Wheeler, baker, of a son. 19th inst., at Holborn HilL Whitchurch, Mrs. cere Woodman, of a daughter. 15th inst., the lady of Henry Harris, Esq., of Maidenhead Villa, Tring, Herts,' of a son and heir. MARRIAGES. On Saturday last, at
June 27, 1840 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Spleen, and separated highly delighted, heartily wishing that another such joyful occasion might soon occur. 11th inst., at Banbury, Oxon,

Spleen, and separated highly delighted, heartily wishing that another such joyful occasion might soon occur. 11th inst., at Banbury, Oxon,

by the Rev. J. R. Rushtou, B. 0., Mr. John Knowles, merchant, of S>l, Artillery-place, West, London, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Homing, of the Green, Hanbury. inst.. at Lower Heyford, Oxon, by the Rev. Mi. Cieobury, Mr. William Coney, to Miss Hannah both of that place. 10
June 27, 1840 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

In a Second Edition of our Isst paper, we announced the fsll of Morells. Since that time, the Madrid Gamette has published, s bulletin of Gen. O Do.vj.elj., dated Cenis, May 21, in which he states thst be marched from Uldecons on the 20th, to attack Cabbeba who, with eight batta
June 13, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LORD AMD LADY WENLOCfTS PARTIES.

LORD AMD LADY WENLOCfTS PARTIES.

On Friday week his Lordship gave a grand dinner, at his residence in Berkeley -square, London, to Lord John Man- ners, Lord Brooke, Lord Clive, Mr. and Mrs. Neville, Mr. aad Lady Gordon, Mr. Edward Egerton, Mr. Cottrell, Lord Seymour, Lord Emvln, Ac. In the evening her Lad yship
June 13, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
FROM FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE, Jmeb,

FROM FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE, Jmeb,

INSOLVENTS. June 2— J. Williamson, Boston, Lincolnshire, builder. June 3— John Wilson, Rotherheld, Sussex, carpenter. BANSRIPTCY ENLaaOBD. Noah Owen, Neath, Glamorganshire, grocer, from May 26 to July 14, at eleven, at tbe Bush Inn, Swansea. XAirXXUPTCT ANNULLED. J. Harper, Roth
June 13, 1840 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO MILL AND ENGINE WRIGHTS. TO LET, and may be Entered upon Immediately, /Convenient and recently erected PREMISES, suitable for

TO MILL AND ENGINE WRIGHTS. TO LET, and may be Entered upon Immediately, /Convenient and recently erected PREMISES, suitable for

carrying on the above Business, situate St. Peter's Quay. The Engine, Lathes, and Tools, may be had at a fair Valuation. The Premises may be seen, and further Particulars known, on Application to Mr. Benj. Plummer, Brass Founder, St. Peter's Quay Newcastle, June, 1840. OMNIBUS F
June 20, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TLE-L PON-TYNE RACES, 1840. -L' stewards. THE MARQUESS WATERFORD. LORD JOHN SCOTT. JOHN BELL, Esq., Thirsk. To start each Day

TLE-L PON-TYNE RACES, 1840. -L' stewards. THE MARQUESS WATERFORD. LORD JOHN SCOTT. JOHN BELL, Esq., Thirsk. To start each Day

at a Quarter before Three precisely. MONDAY, June 29. THE CRA - Soys. each with Twenty added . : l'liree-year-olds 7st., Four Bst. 21b., Five tf. and G. allowed 31b. A oil - •'« Plate, Cup of that Value, to carry 41 h. extra. The Second to: -..Jcfe. One Mile. Name at the TimeofE
June 20, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. COMMISSIONER LIN, THE QUERIST. >EW SONG. "What called you parrel of fools, and your Ministers the greatest fools among

POETRY. COMMISSIONER LIN, THE QUERIST. >EW SONG. "What called you parrel of fools, and your Ministers the greatest fools among

you .' Letter from the Viceroy ofKwangtun. I've heard, that England None living could tell Some strange things are doing; If'twere woman or man: That mischief, not malt, That the war to his hand Some thousands are brewing; a war of Bohea!— That some are high flying, Asks Commiss
June 20, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Earl of Aberdeen has carried the second reading of his Bill for the Regulation Church Patronage and Discipline in

The Earl of Aberdeen has carried the second reading of his Bill for the Regulation Church Patronage and Discipline in

Scotland,by a considerable majority the House of Lords, when Ministers opposed him, and sustained another defeat. It may be doubted, however, whether eventually the measure will succeed after all, when consigned to the other House. Nothing can exceed the fanaticism prevalent amo
June 20, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Our columns are this week enriched an able and most complete resume of the Sulphur Question from the pen of

Our columns are this week enriched an able and most complete resume of the Sulphur Question from the pen of

that distinguished diplomatist, and enlightened statesman, David Urquhart, Esq. c have only space to recommend it to the careful attention of the reader, who will find in it matter for reflection of a serious and most important character.
June 20, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England