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ebratreot noir, Szt. Tat DRAMA AT WINDSOR.

ebratreot noir, Szt. Tat DRAMA AT WINDSOR.

noir, Tat DRAMA AT WINDSOR. The dramatic entertainments' commanded by her Majesty, at Windsor Castle, proceed, as they corn inenced, with entire success. All the piece's represented—serious and comic —have gone off in a manner which has called forth the diStinctly expressed appro
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
CLERGYMEN DECEASED.

CLERGYMEN DECEASED.

Bennett, Rev. J. L., M.A., formerly of Corpus Christi College. Cambridge, late C. of Milton, near Sittingbourne; rent, Jan: 3. Chambers, Rev. S. P. M.A., formerly Fellow of Magdalene College, Oxfbrd, R. of Hedenham, Norfolk, of Swerford, Oxfordshire, Jan. 3. Ciawley, Rev. C., 8.
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH MAIL. ROME.

THE ENGLISH MAIL. ROME.

The accounts from Rome are to the 9th inst. On the 7th an address from the Pope, threatening e s _ communication to all persons who should take a n y part in the election of persons for the Constitue n t Assembly, and interdicting all, of whatever rank or condition, from assisti
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Marriageo anb Meatbo. MAREJAOB.S.

Marriageo anb Meatbo. MAREJAOB.S.

On the Bth inst., at St. George's Catholic Church, London, P. LawLEss, Esq., of Dublin, to MARY ANN TAUNTON, daughter of the late C. KNIGHT, Esq. On the 9th inst. at Brighton, by the Rev. J. 11. Sharwood, M.A., vicar of Walsall, Staffordshire, E. SHARWOOD, Esq., of Ramsgate, to
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH MAIL.

THE ENGLISH MAIL.

January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT WAKLEY SQUABBLE.

THE GREAT WAKLEY SQUABBLE.

WAKLEY V. HEALEY AND ANOTHER.—This was an action for a libel contained in the Medical Times, of which the defendants were the responsible editors and proprietors. The case was tried at the sitting after Michaelmas term at Guildhall, before the Lord Chief Baron, and a general ver
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Adjourned to the 26th inst., with protection.

Adjourned to the 26th inst., with protection.

FRIGHTFUL DESTITUTION. At the Westminster Police Court, on Monday, as Mr. Broderip was about retiring, a respectable-looking man rushed forward and requested to be allowed to speak to the magistrate for a moment. His request was immediately complied with, although it was long af
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
THE ERGLISH MAIL.

THE ERGLISH MAIL.

We believe they mean well; but inasmuch as this spiritual Quixotism is an interference with the functions of the ministers of the Christian religion, and the parent of a vast amount of cant and hypocrisy in the ranks, it cannot be too seriously reprehended. So far back as May, 1
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
CLERGYMEN MARRIED.

CLERGYMEN MARRIED.

Dec. 27, at Cheadle, Cheshire, Rev. T. W. 11. Gurney, of Christ's Hospital, to Theophila, eldest daughter of the late E. Hope, Esq., of Stockport. Dec. 28, at Spalding, Rev. V. Hutchinson, curate of Howden, to Caroline, fourth daughter of Mr. W. Dixon, of Horncastle. Dec. 28, at
January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
JAN. 904,

JAN. 904,

January 24, 1849 - Monthly Times - London, London, England