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MARRIAGES._

MARRIAGES._

On Tbursday, Colonel Sir Daniel Williams, of Stamford, hill e to Miss Stable, of the Terrace, Kentish-town. At St. Ann's, Blackfriars, by the Rev. Rowland Hill, A.M. ' the Rev. Edwin Sidney, A. 8., to Eliza, eldest daugh- - ter of John Vaughan, Esq. of Shrewsbury. At Epsom churc
June 1, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF TALLOW IN LONDON.—MAY S. d. . .s. d. Town Tallow, per ewt. 40 0 Greaves - - 0

PRICE OF TALLOW IN LONDON.—MAY S. d. . .s. d. Town Tallow, per ewt. 40 0 Greaves - - 0

Ressia ditto, Candle 38 0 Good Dregs - - 6 0 White ditto - 0 White Soap. •. - - 92 0 Melted Stuff - 28 0 I Mottled - . - - 78 1), Rough ditto - - 19 01 . Yellow ditto - .- 70 0.
June 1, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
LONDON BRIDGE.

LONDON BRIDGE.

Mr. CALVERT presented a Petition from certain individuals, owners and occupiers of wharfs between London Bridge and Blackfriars, praying, that the London Bridge Bill might not pass, as it would prove ruinous to their property. Mr. Alderman WOOD said, he had this day had some 'co
June 15, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
BOW-STREET.

BOW-STREET.

William Thompson, Thomas Thompson, John 'licks, and Thomas Wells, were brought before Sir R. ButrftE, charged with being the ringleaders in the following, very extraordinary outrage : A man, in humble life, named Baskerville, who had been for many years - residing at Turnham.gre
June 15, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
ASCOT RACES.

ASCOT RACES.

FIRST DAY.—These races commenced on Tuesday, under all the advantages to be derived from the most favourable weather. A good deal of suspense was created by the King's health, as to whether or not his Majesty would honour the course with his presence, and the general opinion tha
June 15, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
!LE AT MARKET.

!LE AT MARKET.

1 Beasts I Sheep and Lambs •. . t Calves Pigs... ....... .. . ,200 LAST COAL MARKET. Adairs, 365.-Beaunmnt. 355.-Dean's Primrose, 375. 9d. -Heaton, 415.-Howard Main, 305.-Holywell, 375. 6d.- Killingworth, 495, 6d.-Ord's Redhugh, 325.-Percy East, 335. 6d.-Pontop Windsor's, 335. 6
June 15, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
THAMES POLICE.

THAMES POLICE.

THE STEAM-BOAT STABBlNG.—OnTuesciay, T.ll.llarris, of Widegate-street, was brought for final examination, on a charge of wilfully stabbing Mr. William Aplin, of Moorfields, on board the Royal Soverign steam-packet. The pro,secutor; looking almost like death,-stated in a very inf
August 24, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
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July 27, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
RAPE.

RAPE.

Jacob flinchltffe, aged and James Mellor, aged gO, Were charged, the first, with having on the sth of May last, violated the pers.on of Ellen Tinker, of Cumberworth, and the last, with having aided and assisted him in the same.— The prosecutrix, a young woman about .4.41 years o
July 27, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' 'CiYURT.-YESTERDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' 'CiYURT.-YESTERDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTOR S ' 'CiYURT.-YESTERDAY. William Earle was opposed by .I%lrTheati;;;;l3 - ellitif of Mr. Scriven. The insolvent stated, that he was recently a proprietor of the East London Theatre, where, by unfortunate events - , he became bankrupt; after which he was a literary
September 21, 1823 - Sunday News - London, London, England