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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

B11 RTHS. At Government House, Portsmouth, on the 23rd instant., the Lady of Illajor-General the Hon. Sir Her- d cules Pakenhatim, ?? of a son. n At Tavistock Court, the lady of Edward Weld, Esq. ] ?? Castle, otfa son anti heir. Y On Thursday, inPortsmouth, the Lady of Lieut. C.
June 29, 1840 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
The North Wales Chronicle.

The North Wales Chronicle.

Q 6httnyor, Tiesday, June 30, 1S40. 3.aors may driffr about the relative merits of znid Tory governments, and carry the arqu- 0 nil imaginable lengths df absurdity, but ofe ni all that may be suil or sung to the con- 7,there is a wonderful unanimity of opinion lad that a governme
June 30, 1840 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE BATH CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAY.ASSOCIATION.

THE BATH CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAY.ASSOCIATION.

THE BATH CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAY ASSOCIATION. (From the Bath Chronicle.) The following address has been recent] v forwarded hy tha Committee of the Bath Church of England Lay Association to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Ex?t» r : — " My Loid — The Committee of the Bith Church o
June 29, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE LATE LIBEL PROSECUTION.

THE LATE LIBEL PROSECUTION.

(From the United Service Gazette.) It will have heen seen by the notice* to correspondents in our last week's Gazette, that we have received numer- ous letters on the subject of the late prosecution, not only bearing honourable testimony to our conduct throughout the affair, but
June 29, 1840 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

(From the Mark-lane Express of Monday, June 22.) " The weather has been less favourable for the growing Wheat crop during the week than has been the case for some time past; from Tuesday to Friday evening we , had frequent heavy showers accompanied violent gales from the south w
June 29, 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE Joint Creditors of THOMAS GIBBONS, JOHN GIBBONS, and BENJAMIN GIBBONS the vounger, late of Wolverhampton, in the county of

THE Joint Creditors of THOMAS GIBBONS, JOHN GIBBONS, and BENJAMIN GIBBONS the vounger, late of Wolverhampton, in the county of

Stafford, Bankers, and who have proved their debts, may receive a further and final dividend thereon on application to Mr. Hoult, the Accountant to the Estate, at the Assembly Room, (&ieen-street, Wolverhampton aforesaid, on the following days, and between the hours of nine and
June 29, 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOROUGH OF BIRMINGHAM. OTICE hereby given, th.it the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for this Borough will be

BOROUGH OF BIRMINGHAM. OTICE hereby given, th.it the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for this Borough will be

held at the Public Moor-street, aforesaid, on Friday the day July next, before Matthew Davenport Hill, Esq. Recorder the *ud Borough. The Court will then forthwith adjourn Friday the 10th day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the Grand Jury will be imme
June 29, 1840 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

Paris, June 24. The Moniteur publishes the following telegraphic despatch, from which it will be seen th .t, notwithstanding the laudatory terms which the loyalty and good disposition the inhabitants the country traversed the Queen ot Spain and her mother, the Queen-Regent, are
June 29, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
CONFESSION OF COURVOISIER.

CONFESSION OF COURVOISIER.

The following is a copy of the confession made Courvoisier, and sent to the Home-Office from Newgate on Tuesday last :— Newgate, June-22, 1840. On the Friday before the murder was committed I began two or three times not like place. did not know what to do; I thought I give warn
June 29, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

On Thursday, the 11th inst., the quiet village of Donliead St. Andrew was at an early hour all life and activity, to witness the members the Victoria Friendly Society walk to church for the first time, where a very irnpresssive sermon was preached the Rev. Dansey, the Rector. Th
June 29, 1840 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England