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BIRTH. t lo On the Ist inst. at North Repps Rect or y,Nur-° lady of the Rev. P. L. Law,

BIRTH. t lo On the Ist inst. at North Repps Rect or y,Nur-° lady of the Rev. P. L. Law,

of a daughter. , , . MARRIED. On the 10th inst. at St. Mary's, Lambet. 3 l,, f,,,,i l bl freC f l , Griffen, Esq., of the Middle T em pl e . tu,r - c l a si Sarah, only surviving daughter of th e Ike b• • - Esq., Commander R.N. On the 9th inst. at Chichester, Adam Urquio f young
April 11, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN.

Sia,—l have seen in your Paper Paper of to-night an article which, if it stood alone, cannot fail to place you among the great discoverers in political science. You have furnished the solution of what has hitherto been an inscrutable mystery. Though all have felt and admitted th
April 10, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF FOREIGN FUNDS THIS DAY AT ONE O'CLOCK. Belgian Bonds BB i i Greek Bonds, - Brazilian Bonds -

PRICES OF FOREIGN FUNDS THIS DAY AT ONE O'CLOCK. Belgian Bonds BB i i Greek Bonds, - Brazilian Bonds -

Mexican Bonds - Chilian Bonds, - Colombian Bonds, Old - Ditto Scrip - Danish 73 Russian ......... • .... 103 24 Dutch Scrip French Rentes, sp. c.... - , Spanish, 1822 French 3 per Cent I Account...... . --
April 10, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE CLERGY.

THE CLERGY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN. Sin,—Fearful that my communication of the 22d instant might exceed the limits which other important matter would necessarily prescribe, I omitted the subjoined, which is a continuation of the same question : " I recollect having heard the Emperor N
January 26, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
ROME.

ROME.

We have received accounts from Bologna to the inst., which furnish us with a proclamation of Cardinal lernetti, the Pontifical Secretary of State, ordering the enforcement of certain duties which existed before the revolution of 1831, and which had occasioned very great disconte
January 16, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE CONTEMPORARY PRESS.

THE CONTEMPORARY PRESS.

(FROM THE MORNING HERALD.) Notwithstanding the professions of retrenchment, we never hear, even in the present era of Reform, of a sinecure becoming vacant, that we do not, eo instanti, hear of some person being named as qualified to fill it. Scarcely has the sinecure dignity of
January 16, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
CITY.-(THIS DAY.)

CITY.-(THIS DAY.)

ONE O'CLOCK. To- day is the Account in Consols, and markets have I.een rather heavy, but without news. Money continues scarce, and is not likely to get much easier until the capitalists learn the views of Government upon several subjects of vital importance to the monied interes
April 12, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
KING'S THEATRE.

KING'S THEATRE.

The .King's Theatre, on Saturday night, exhibited an extraordinary spectacle—that of a performance in which the auditors were the principal actors. The representations advertised were, the first act of II Barbiere, the secolid act of 11 Ptrata ' and the ballet of Flare et Zephyr
April 15, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
PRIVY COUNCIL.

PRIVY COUNCIL.

The Master of the Rolls the Judge of the Admiralty Court,the Right Hon. Holt Mackenzie, and Mr. Ellis, held a meeting, as Lords of his Majesty's mos t Honourable Privy Council, on Saturday morning, at the Council Chamber, Whitehall, to hear appeals from the colonies. Mr. Grevill
February 11, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England