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MARRIED.

MARRIED.

Henry Parker ' Esq. to Coronae, youngest daughter of the late Lieut.-Gen. Burgoyne. The bride was given away by Montagit Burgoyne, Esq. of Mark Hall. Mr. Heifer, veterinary surgeon, to Miss Gall, both of Wood.. bridge, Suffolk. At Dedham, &sex, Mr. Booth, linen-draper, to Miss B
January 26, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

In India, Capt. James Henry Ashburst, brother to W. H. Ashhurst, lisq In Lynn, at the advanced age of 105, Ashton Goodyer. At let.'eltun,. Nwthamptonshire, aged, seven years, in cense. quence of her clothes fukin, fire, Catherine Jaoe, only daughter of the lies , . Julio Wilson,
January 26, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, irc.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, irc.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, ATTEMPTED SUlClDE—Sunday night a young - woman named Rebecca Archer, was charged by a gentleman natne , l Long, with stealing hiSlat, at. the watch-house of St. George's, Southwark. Holmes, the night constable, and watch-house-Iteeper, pot her in the lock-up
January 26, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD.— To sink the offal—per stone of 88s Beef 3s 4d to 4s 4d 1 Veal 5i 6d to 64

SMITHFIELD.— To sink the offal—per stone of 88s Beef 3s 4d to 4s 4d 1 Veal 5i 6d to 64

6d Hutton 4s od to 5s 6d ) Pork 4s to 5s 6d Head of Cattle this day. Beasts, about . Sheep . ... 13420 1 Pigs
January 26, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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On the motion light bill, h eOr PALMER opposed the bill the pa t part oi " -e poration of Bath, and moved, that it be read thitt three months. Mr. GORDON and Mr. MATIMEN opposed the 0. QØ - ment ; and Lord J. TBlNNEsupported it Mr. Pn oll l Loo and Sir B. thought the bill ought
March 2, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
14s. Os to ' Os to 261 0 i Os to is Os to to to to to od to

14s. Os to ' Os to 261 0 i Os to is Os to to to to to od to

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March 15, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
No. 03. POLICY tat party, vvl lie far greater p man unreinittii to'her freedom sltebted for any s etter nations.

No. 03. POLICY tat party, vvl lie far greater p man unreinittii to'her freedom sltebted for any s etter nations.

kilted ; , and A is hi Inndern, proves a free g ove nil itntillesof patios, te to happy as t milk Standing tI snilkin *state linty the MO Awn unfavoura veatury, the ha h tenfold degre, to the dog -star. Preauctions ' lied the count:- h arveat of Innnal existen that climate an "l
March 15, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
LLOYD'S LIST. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17.

LLOYD'S LIST. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17.

The Rose, Peirce, from Messina to Liverpool, was on shore aeay Tit,ker Rock instant. . Crew saved. The 'Brilliant, Miller, of Rothsiy,- -from Limerick to the Clvtle, is lost in Dingle. Bay. Crew saved. ()lion, Wey, , , fro in Rotterdam to Dublin, was lost on 'Triclay night on th
February 23, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
NENVGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKET. By tht Carcise. 3, ad 45 4d ( Veal, 45 Od to Wtton 3 Od to

NENVGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKET. By tht Carcise. 3, ad 45 4d ( Veal, 45 Od to Wtton 3 Od to

4s led Pork
February 23, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England
 
for an explicit grant of the power. We may confidently rely, that if it appear, to their satisfaction, that the

for an explicit grant of the power. We may confidently rely, that if it appear, to their satisfaction, that the

polver is neces- Airy, it will always be granted. In this case lam happy to observe that experience has atlnrdcd the most ample proof of Its utility, and that the benign spirit of conciliation and liar- Molly which now manifests itself throughout our Union, promises to snelea re
January 11, 1818 - Duckett's Dispatch - London, London, England