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CORONERS INQUEST.

CORONERS INQUEST.

Yesterday evenirg, the inquest was taken before J.- W. Unwin, Esq.. it the Queen's Head public-house. FashionTstreet. ,Spitalfields: After the Jury had viewed threbody, which, n their return, they stated was laid on a table, and in a state of rapid decomposition.. • Samuel surge
April 22, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
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
 
• A ANKPUPTCY SUPErt.EDEII. R. Weep, late of Pitcbcorabe tnll, Steadish, Gloocesterettire, clt

• A ANKPUPTCY SUPErt.EDEII. R. Weep, late of Pitcbcorabe tnll, Steadish, Gloocesterettire, clt

BANKRUPTS —........_ . W. HAltutsex and T. LIGRTOLLSIL, late at ChOrley, Lancashire, cotton-spinners ' A. SvorraAtt„ nrook-street„ Itatcliff, victualler. It Gimbal —,-,,a te Setwood, soraerset.hire, 4. DIMON n. Al fred,news, Tottenhara-court read, whatierright.,--, T. l'etira ,
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF SEEDS, MARCH 5. There is niore business doing in our Sced Trade_ gene. rally to-day : though we

PRICE OF SEEDS, MARCH 5. There is niore business doing in our Sced Trade_ gene. rally to-day : though we

cannot quote any material iropro%ement in price. White Clover and Trefoil are, however, certainly dearer; as also Rye Grass, it veil fina.
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
11UNGERFORD, M4RCII 7. Wheat.... 55s Od to 66s Od Oats .... 30s Od to Oh N Barley.... 568 Od to

11UNGERFORD, M4RCII 7. Wheat.... 55s Od to 66s Od Oats .... 30s Od to Oh N Barley.... 568 Od to

43s Od Beans.... 54s Od to (14s
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.-ISioNnAv.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-ISioNnAv.

Mr. C. CALVER'P presented a petition from certain market -gardeners of Isleworth, against the spring' gun? abolition bill. . CATIIOLIC QUESTION. Mr, WYVILL present:A a petition from the Lord Mayor. magistrates. and 4000 inhabitantiof the city of York, in favour of Catholic Emanc
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
trade should be diminished by persisting In our former system, the Commercial shipping interest would decrease too, and the naval

trade should be diminished by persisting In our former system, the Commercial shipping interest would decrease too, and the naval

power of the country be in danger of being lost: What system would the shipowners put in tee place df hiST - He had it right to ask, as they had not pointed out any. Would they have the country go back to its ancient prohib:tions ?. _Would they have the trade mairaged by charter
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

Sir C. MORGAN presented a petition from certain Protestant Dissenters, praying for the repeal of the test and corporation oaths. Similar petitions were presented by Mr. LEyCES- TgR, from a town in AVorcestershire • and by Mr. PORTiVIAN, from a place in Glocestershire.
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
LETTERS.

LETTERS.

On the motion of Mr. FUME, a return was ordered of the number of persons paying for the early delivery of letters in London, Westminster, and Southwark • with an account of the charge, and the mode in whicl; the money was appropriated. The SPEAKER called upon Mr. 'Mcqueen, Mr. W
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THE LITERARY FUND. - r i.ljail.ir. This- Society celebrated their anniversary festival on Monday, at the Freemasons' Pavern;—Lord John Russell;

THE LITERARY FUND. - r i.ljail.ir. This- Society celebrated their anniversary festival on Monday, at the Freemasons' Pavern;—Lord John Russell;

M. P., in the Chair. The noble Chairman - proposed " prosperity to the Literary Fund,"' and in so doing his Lordship stated a circumstance from which, he said, they would anticipategreat -benefit,—namely,. that they were to have, as their President at their next anniversary; the
May 13, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England