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MARRIAGE OF MISS EMMA CLARA MILES, OF LEIGH-COURT.

MARRIAGE OF MISS EMMA CLARA MILES, OF LEIGH-COURT.

M3ARJIAGE OF MS1SaEMMA CLARA MILES,O0F -1 - - . LB~aG-COURr. It is same years 51n0e the little village~of Abbots, Leigh has worn the appucrance of life and gaiety Whicb it asqumed on Thursday, upon which day -Miss Emma Clara Miles, third 'daughter of William Miles, Esq., of Leigh
August 2, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORPORATION OF THE POOR.

CORPORATION OF THE POOR.

A general meeting of the Guardians of the Corporation of the Poor was held on Thursday evening, Dr. Rogers, the governor, presiding. Mr. C. H. WARD read over the list of members, when amongst thcee who were returned ae being. "1out of town," ap- peared two gentlemen who it was s
June 16, 1855 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICUL4TUAL _INTELLIGENCE.'' THE METROPOLITAN CATTLE-MARKET. The opening of the new Metropolitan Cattle-markgl on Wed- nesday, by his Royal Highness Prince Albert, ie one of the most important events that has taken place for some time In tbe local history of London. The market i
June 16, 1855 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. tb Lately, at St. Michael's bill, Mrs. J. Ayre, a son. 59 June 3, in College-green, Mrs. T. Wl~ietta, a son. we June 8, at West-bill, F3'rome, the vife of Wilstou C. Cruttwell, 0s Req. a daughter. June 8, at Biddestone, Wilts, the wife of the Rev. Arthur th Gauntlett Athe
June 16, 1855 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRMAY. The royal assent Was given to the newspaper stamp ald other bills. On the motion of Earl DEaRY, the religiou 'worehip bill wag referred to a selectcommittee. Other bills were forwarded and the house adjourned. In rep HOUSE OF COMHOfN
June 16, 1855 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL INSTITUTION.

BRISTOL INSTITUTION.

on Monda evening Dr. Carpenter iilivcred issecond lecture on "ThRe Phasis of Force," at the theatre of our institu- t~ tion. There wae a numerous audience, and the breathless at-, tenition with which they listened to the lucid explication of tl some of the deepeet scientific res
February 4, 1860 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

4 ? 1 4owAll jM$jlplrq. FRANCE. 'The Pssts'e of Thursday complains thlat thec Sardinian alt- thsorities nre overywlsore eneouragriugt~lemovemcnt algainst the sseparation of Savoy, by putting down the almost unanimons, 8 0 thc. inhlbit5nt, who are nskdug for annexation with 1'rane
February 4, 1860 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LAWFORD'S GATE PETTY SESSION.

LAWFORD'S GATE PETTY SESSION.

I THURSDAY. Magistrates: lthe Rev. W. MIirehouse, J. B. Harford, and J. W. Whittuck, Esqrs. Sarah Ann Rogers and Emily Brittan, a couple of inter- OSting looking young girls, were charged with having as- saulted Ann Jarrett, another equally interesting "young lady," at St. Gcorg
February 4, 1860 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION, . [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHL] BANKlRUPTS.-[From Last Night's CGaefes Christopher Storry, Aldershott and Farnham, flsb8c, Theodore Hyla Jennens, Chelsea, Japanners. Isaac Nathan, Bevis Marks, London, merchant Thomas 5harp, Aldernolstt h1tel-keepel, George CuckoW, Wood
February 4, 1860 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

FOLICE INTELLIGENCE. ~CoUNCIL.110OUSE, SA TUR DJY, 311' Y I0, Messrs. Coates and Baurges. i'fugmatrates pile-efltt; with wilfully breaking two ,ihomas st cis argetl tatberafdaciiiaimae, te -operty of Wifluns Castle, was allowed to settle the matter ou! ?? court.n gas, h john Aver
May 23, 1857 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England