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COURT OF QUEENS BKNCH, Jem. 17.

COURT OF QUEENS BKNCH, Jem. 17.

THE fcIUEEN V. UWYLT. This was a criminal information against the defendant for assaulting Mr. Knvvett on the Uth of January last. Sir F. Pollock opened the case op the part ol the prosecu- tion, but from the very low tone m which >* addressed the jury, and from the noise around
June 29, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

PZZU'vilrovill)'o V, -nolo. ? ?? I FROM TUEL'it'I1 ?? LOVNDOON GAZIITTE. l~t" 1 ?? tlll: . t *1. .1). Fr Mjj;:Ec C'll blbeco; gi~ciou .lv i1' td~ te luilli- rn lilt( Lild :Ip pollici I lete n-(teral the li itbt m ;ii r pdo int~ d tin ,t . lt Uitltrll rt G iigrht II - And!e . I iv
June 29, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

I1OU6L OF CollMlOLN., 1) %% \ 1, - r,.. -) I , , ?? .. MO.";DAY, JU.cL ~22.1 LoLl)/ J. Riit'-Ji Otated, lie wiould bl iti with tilte COllioil V'ilsctii"erS Bill, then talS ?? ?? Jll tdge'z5 Sidil,n s'Iill, andti it'thvzs twvo ,'tibjetc is iiu id Let diliosed of' bethre nine odieo
June 29, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ENGLISH COURTIERS AND FRENCH

ENGLISH COURTIERS AND FRENCH

JOURNALISM. — > TO Tilt: EDITOR OF THE MORNING TOST. Sir - On Saturday you quoted from the Paris Journal dcs Debuts some strictures in very French taste upon what was said in your " Table Talk" re- specting the firing of pistols at the Q'.een, and re- specting some other matters
June 29, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE RET WEEN [J HUT -.COLONEL CAMPBELL AXI) MR. STEPHEN.

CORRESPONDENCE RET WEEN [J HUT -.COLONEL CAMPBELL AXI) MR. STEPHEN.

CORRESPONDENCE RET WEEN [J HUT - COLONEL CAMPBELL AXI) MR. STEPHEN. 111 THE EDITOK Of Till. MORNING TOST. Sir— -I beg leave to forward you the enclosed correspond- ence betweeu Mr. Under-Secretary James Stephen, of the f ' lonial Ofiice, and myself, whicii I will feel obliged by
June 29, 1840 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SUSSEX MARKETS.

SUSSEX MARKETS.

Lewes Corn Market. —Average for ilie week ending '20th ol Jnne, 1840.—Wheat, £3 Oats 8s (id; Beans £2 It Ijd. Tuesday, June 23, I»lo.—Wheat, white, £3 Od £3 14s ; ditto mixed, £3 12s to £3 13s ditto red, £3 to 10a; Barley, £1 15s Od; Oats, 8s 6d £1 His Od. Hknry BARTLETT.f'orn I
June 29, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MARRIED. At Petwortb,on Wednesday, Mr. J. Dine, Miss Alderton. At Brighton, on tbe Mr James Faith, of Chichester, (otiicet of

MARRIED. At Petwortb,on Wednesday, Mr. J. Dine, Miss Alderton. At Brighton, on tbe Mr James Faith, of Chichester, (otiicet of

Excise) to Miss Cbailoite Warren, of the same place. DIED. At Arundel, on the 23d of June, after a lingering illness, Mi John Shaft, aged years. At Rotheiiield, on Sunday morning, the 21st inst, Mrs Harrie Dadswell, wife of Mr David Taylor Dadswell, collector of taxei for that p
June 29, 1840 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
An Association has been formed, and progressing favourably, which, from the objects peculiarly embraced in it, appears deserving of the

An Association has been formed, and progressing favourably, which, from the objects peculiarly embraced in it, appears deserving of the

attention and support which it is receiving in various quarters. The "Uhurch of England Life and Fire Assurance, Trust, and Annuity Institution" is referred to, which, exclusive of the sound principles, but unostentatious parade of promises more than safely can be held out with
June 29, 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Wednesday, June 24.—The Speaker entered at four o'clock, but as there vai not sufficient number of members present the house was immediately adjourned. Thursday, June 25.—The members having assembled the usual hour, several petitions were presented, and among them one complainin
June 29, 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Winchester.

Winchester.

SATURDAY, JUNE 27. The quarter sessions for the county of Hants will commence on Wednesday next at the Castle of The calendar contains the names of prisoners for trial. The following inquests have been taken Mr. Todd during the present week:—At Owselbury,on the body a new-born
June 29, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England