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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On the 7th inst., at Islington Church, Mr. Charlo Goddard, eldest son of James Goddard, Esq., of Market-Harborough, Leicestershire, banker, to Catherine 'Sinunonds GOdd !rd, of Islington.—On the 17th inst., Charles Hotham Wells, Esq., of the Company's service, to Isabella, young
April 22, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
there may be a hundred 1" "0,. yes', at uu think," said Wollaston,. ‘unueeted with. ‘`

there may be a hundred 1" "0,. yes', at uu think," said Wollaston,. ‘unueeted with. ‘`

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. PORTUGAL.—Accounts have been received by the British Vice-Consul at Vigo, - of theloss of lhe..Man , -. chester transport, Lieutenant Young, agent, with a detachment of artillery, horses, and medicines, for the British army in Portugal. • The.troops and, cr
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
lIANDSO3IE BRUSSELS CARPETS.— The Public may select from the largl est Stock in - Europe, and the cheapest in the

lIANDSO3IE BRUSSELS CARPETS.— The Public may select from the largl est Stock in - Europe, and the cheapest in the

Ss 2d yard Kingdom, a stout and good quality ...... An immense choice of rich and handsome patterns, superior in quality, and modern in Ss 6d design Splendid .patterns, entirely new, in every beautiful and costly shade, and matchless in Sc lid the kingdom, for less than 5s 6d ..
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF FLOUR. FLOUR, Town made, per sack, 45s to 50s to conds, 42s to 455; Essex and Suffolk, on

PRICES OF FLOUR. FLOUR, Town made, per sack, 45s to 50s to conds, 42s to 455; Essex and Suffolk, on

board to 455; Norfolk and Stockton, 35s to 40s.—BRAN, 121' quarter, 16s to 17s.—POLLARD, Fine, per ditto, w' to 245.
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
GUILDFORD MARKET, MAncn 31. We have no particular alteration to notice in our to day . ; the supply continues

GUILDFORD MARKET, MAncn 31. We have no particular alteration to notice in our to day . ; the supply continues

short, every descrietio! of Wheat fully maintaining last week's prices with a brisk : .e' sale. Fine Barleys, both for seed and malting, request, and the turn higher. Wheat, per load, 14/ Os to lOs Od. 1. s. 1. s. 1. 9. I' Oats per qr llB to 2 2 Beans ........2 12 to R Barley .
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
WARMINSTEFt, MARCH 31. Wheat.... 5050 d to 5850 d 1 Oats .... 365 Od to 405 04 Barley .. 3650

WARMINSTEFt, MARCH 31. Wheat.... 5050 d to 5850 d 1 Oats .... 365 Od to 405 04 Barley .. 3650

d to 44s Od Beans.... 60s Od to 70°_,°4
April 8, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
Wed, on Friday, at Norwich, aged thirty-three, Mr. William Norbrook, driver of the Stamford coach, and late landlord of the

Wed, on Friday, at Norwich, aged thirty-three, Mr. William Norbrook, driver of the Stamford coach, and late landlord of the

George Inn, in this town. • death was occasioned by his having, three days before, opened a blister on his knee (produced by sitting too close to the fire) with a fleam, which had been used in bleeding a horse, and after dreadful sufferings, he expired in a state of delirium. By
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
tnEATv WITH POTtTUGAL.

tnEATv WITH POTtTUGAL.

Earl BITIIIIIIST laid on the table the copy of a Treaty entered'into with the Infanta of Portugal and this country, relative to_ the' support of British troops. ARMY IN INDIA, The Puke of NEWCASTLE toketi.earl Ilathurst fat' what reason thanks had not moved to Lord Copherrnere a
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

ItEACH PIIIVILIWE..-ASSAULT IN TIM Mr. SPRING RICE; before presenting a petition, proposed that the usual Sessional Resolutions of the Muse, respecting the protection of witnesses, should be read. The Clerk then read the resolntions4 which were to the effect; "That the tampering
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
CORN TRADES THE Bt7DGET4,

CORN TRADES THE Bt7DGET4,

The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER moved that the Committee of Supply be postponed till Monday. In doing so, he would avail himself of this opportunity to state, that he did not intend till after the Easter. holidays to bring forward ,his general statement respecting the finances o
March 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England