MARatsa.—" At Iver, on the Sd instant, by the Rev. W. Durham, Thomas Flight, Esq., (of Laycock's dairy,) Islington, to Miss Matilda Catherine Budd."— Vide Morning Herald, June 5. This lovely Budd has taken Flight, Of single life quite weary; She's gone to set the milk-maids righ
When Lord MELBOURNE imeditated his "heavy blow and great discouragement to Protestantism," and declared that to style the Prince Consort a Protestant was "very prejudicial," it was naturally to be expected that his colleagues would do everything in their power to follow so excel
Edited by THEODORE Hoot, Esq., Is commenced MRS. TROLLOPE'S NEW WORK, THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF CHARLES CHESTERFIELD, THE YOUTH OF GENIUS." Illustrated by Pniz. The July Number also contains, the Continuation of MR. THEODORE HOOK'S "FATHERS AND SONS," and a variety of other Int
rDI and therefore as wholly unworthy of the the philanthropist and the Christian." JOHN Caorrfx, Esq , seconded the res4ution.\ „.111r. FoLbaa.could not conceive how Christian le Isould support colonization, for he conceived it wasoppOse 4- tv evoty Christian principle. and Mr.
June 23, 1840 - Sun (London) - London, London, England