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LONDON GAZETTE--Saturday, Febre(crry 4.

LONDON GAZETTE--Saturday, Febre(crry 4.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Rawson and J. Hulbert, Jolia-street, *Edgeware-road, blacking makers--G. Topple and J. Grist, Ipswich, carpenters----T. Halliday, W. It. 'Thomas, and W. Russell, Fenehtirch-street (so far as regards W. Rassell)—R. G;:vya • and W. Lewes; Bridgnerth, Shr
February 13, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
nd vagabond, for three months. "Very good," said he, as he left the bar, "liberty is all very ;well when

nd vagabond, for three months. "Very good," said he, as he left the bar, "liberty is all very ;well when

a man has plenty of money, but when he hasn't a shilling to bless himself with. he may as well be in prison as anywhere else. A murder, attewled with very shocking circumstances, was committed at Manchester on Friday se'nnight. It seems that some smoke, issuing from • the premis
February 13, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

At Brighton, on Saturday, the 4th instant, Mr. Thomas Hancock, of the Castle Hotel, Brighton, to Miss Mary Anne Scott, only daughter of Mr. John Scott, of the Half Moon Inn, West street, of the same place. On Saturday, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, Charles Stephenson, M.D., of
February 13, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
"1 : 7 r . 3 Publlalled eyery MONDAY afti ernoen, at "Tug Nicws" .et, Strand, Lendec—Ordera resolved and all

"1 : 7 r . 3 Publlalled eyery MONDAY afti ernoen, at "Tug Nicws" .et, Strand, Lendec—Ordera resolved and all

the New:men, ----- _4 Tenpeuce Per Quarter. N. B. This is only Newspaper in England'whia admits no Advertisements. ~ N.. 28, lk :!Igex-str, EItSTER OFFERINGS. k Fie on't, 0! fie." penny cannot be demanded, unless where the communicants burn wood. PETER WATSON did not argue this
March 27, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Bourdeaux.. Brandy Co S .2 7I 2 tI d ITS a , 2 p :4 r d. Ga j /

Bourdeaux.. Brandy Co S .2 7I 2 tI d ITS a , 2 p :4 r d. Ga j /

a /o ni n . , : un : , g.. a3s 6d GelleVa . o gp Nft P les ••• • a Leeward •• ' f. , t • i WINE. in Bond• Poars.--Superior O . ld ............. 138 I • ° Good. • ......... • MADEIRAS per Per 0 , ° l a • 6° 0 threct West India ... .................. • ' ................ .••• ' '
August 27, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
"F he price of the P priced Bakers; the 4R r t o-pence C .ari E )Lpeeoßio o oatlwhi l

"F he price of the P priced Bakers; the 4R r t o-pence C .ari E )Lpeeoßio o oatlwhi l

,etr:h ß :a lt w.ottril E aFaot A teee: P e. ia • iLtirnor. "l4 :, b g l i), L riiiie ti sP l9 / : From the returns • 1 1, 'e l c i:e:Sji°' .---- 41s. 9d.—Beans, 91 2 .-- s. P 9 e ci a .-8 , s° S a s t • '9' ( _...-- -----1-----' li is 565. 6(l.— _ ...e st ---------0, j• g " AVE
August 27, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF KING'S BENCh, TUESDAY, MAY 9. [Sittings, at Nisi,,eriaq, before the LORD CHIEF TICE. and illidelesex CW12771011 Juries.] wi1.4.4 V. cuNDY. This, was an action of •assault. Mr. SCARLETT observe& that he should in the outset say the worst of his client that Mi. Gurney, on
May 14, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 8, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES-JAN. 5.

CERTIFICATES-JAN. 5.

J. A. Mercer, Basinghall-street, money-scrivener—S. Levy, Whitechapel, High street, silversmith—C. Bonsusan, Tottenham-court-road, dealer—R. Hatfield, Maddox street, Hanover-square, plumber—W. Farrer, Friday-st., Cheapside, wine merchant—G E. F. Schweiger, Modifordcourt, Fenehur
December 17, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Silt MARK WOOD, Bart., one HIS MAJESTY'S JUSTICES of the PEACE, and DEPUTY LIEUTENANT for the COUNTY SURREY, P. S.

Silt MARK WOOD, Bart., one HIS MAJESTY'S JUSTICES of the PEACE, and DEPUTY LIEUTENANT for the COUNTY SURREY, P. S.

A., c. ac., and the MARLBOROUGH -STREET MAXISTRATES • Yesterday week Marlborough street was the scene an exhibition which we need not characterize, it onceined Sir Mark Wood; Bart., one of His Ma.Jesty's Justices of the Peace, a Deputy Lord-Lieute-mant of a county, Fellow of the
May 22, 1826 - The News (London) - London, London, England