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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIODASALT- J'm;S-BAILDY.-Ar yr yleg cyfisol yn rgliwys St James, Edgbaston, gan y Parch. Cresswell Strange, MA., John Lewis, ail fab John Jones, Oswestry House, a Mary Jane (Jennie', unig ferch Hugh Shelley Bailey, Moor Street, Birmingham, MARWOLAETHAU. RAaISEY.-Ar yr 8fed Subscribers-only content

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    man; and on the 17th of April followin- was married to him by bans in the parish church of St James, Garlick hill.-The Prisoner here broke out into exclamations rigrinst the parish clerks, attributing his present misfortunes to item ! Subscribers-only content

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    Gerard st. 'r Dobson,jun. Fnrnival'sinn,money-scrivener. [Lane, Frith street. W. Hankey, RoAl's buildings, carpenter. [Parker, Dyer's buildings, Hlolborn. H, Meski, St James square, tailor. [Freame and Best, Temple. T. Bond, Heodon, dealer. [Wltitaker, Warwick court, Holborn. J. Cohen, Great Prescott street, Subscribers-only content

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    theRoyalvault; nordid. weobserve thealtar crowned with thst massive display of 'the communion plate, .which the chapels of Whitehil and. St James so abundantly coatrihuted pn, the formor melgnch* occasion. There were only the ordinary lights in the chpir, and tsOO Subscribers-only content

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    complete illus. tration of British manners and morality thai the confined and limited coi- trivance at the bottom of St James s street Did I not fear to commit -myselfby some unlucky hbluiaer, I would also- attempt to show that Subscribers-only content

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    lservice Pet trho pdvincplse of th'URE Sani be p i t TA p Sa, llinS peon e., fThis del, a*iterriatlye a onte u - Opern C r6a &DWI li &t0 FGinsnclock.Thti To6tenl hof T |betj miraldrl q'thre etarnetylbolbed nt Subscribers-only content

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    NE S from the Wood, as Imported-Impeial Measure. ,f 1,. and, SHERRY, Ils. per Gallon; 2s. 9d. per Quart; Is. 4id. per if; . pes Gi Ts per Gallon; Is. 9d. per Quart; load. per Pint; 21dJ pAIl ether Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. A daring effort to escape was mane in the night of Sunday last, by the prisoners it) Canterbury gaol. Mr Wellard, the Governor, on Monday morning proceeded to the ward in which Markham, and a deserter Subscribers-only content

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    the plaintiff's solicitor with notice that they will let judgment go by default. Some inhabitants of the parish of St James have, we hear, already instituted similar proceedings against a similarly selflelected junta, as doubtless will the individuals of other Subscribers-only content

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    NEWSPAPER CHAT. QuIcK PaorsrOTroN.-Colonel Arbuthnot, who commands the 73d Highland Reginment quartered at the Tower, is oniv 21 years of age. SLOW PttOMOTloN.-There are three Middys on board the rictory, at Portsmouth; onieis4Qanothieris4Q.atidanotlher45yearsofage. Nothillg can exceed the csteent they Subscribers-only content

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    -,Inst puiblished 7s. lid. 8vo; hoards, THE UNCED. STATES of NORTH AMERICA as they are nY tbirnl~oitical, Religiast n Socr.ialRelati'onS. lisodYar In-----and- I trhal SaiLoners Hall court, Ludgate SSI~e-;3''' ;'ESTABLISHED SCROOL-BOOKS. Just published, MIRoNoLoGAOAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL, and' CHRONOLtANEOGICA XERCISES, Subscribers-only content

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    SUBSCRIBERS far te E1RECT-ION of a M-ONUMENT to the MEMORY of Mr CANNING held fat the THATCHED HIOUSE TAVERN, St James s street, the ltsth of FebruaryS iteC "Tlhe Earl of 11ARROWIlW, in the -Chair. On the motion of the Subscribers-only content

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    and Teligion.-Landor'sImog2nary Conversations oLilte- i rary Men and Statesinen. Tuesday a numerous and respectable meeting of the inhabitants of St James, Westmninster, took place at the great roon, 41 Brewer street, for the purpose of taking into consideration the necessity Subscribers-only content

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    ASE F LOIt D WES.T M E Agia It is w611 known, that sorce time back v6rious persons were up' found guilty of oialiciously conspiring against 'Lord VeNtmnetli, w object to prove that he oad ill-used his Latdy (the Subscribers-only content

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    the trouble to refer to St Matthew, chap.5, verse 34, you will find itthus written: " Swear notatall." Andagain, St James, chap. 5, verse 12 I " But above all things, my brethren,suear not; neither by heaven, neither by the Subscribers-only content

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    SHIEL and CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION.- At the rItY CHAPELi Cirippleigte, this day, at Three o'clock precisely, will be delivered an ORATION on behalf of Universal Jiberty of Conscience. Sunday, Nov. 9. R U RY LAN.E -and C-OOVENT GARDEN THEAT tS.t-BOXE Subscribers-only content

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    ST. JAMES, WESTMINSTER. fhellowitg Circular, we understand, has been sent to several Noble Leords, whosenatne5 stand in the list of Vestrymeh, in the hope that it ,ill arouse them to an attention to their parochial duiies:- " St James, Westminster, Subscribers-only content

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    and Sir R. Birnie P -The Queenborough Fisher. F men-Errata . . Ireland The Revenue Subjects for Dissection - St James, Westsinster Gallant Conduct of British Sea- PA OX 17 17 lY 20 t0 21 men Duties of Barristers West Subscribers-only content

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    House adjourned to Monday. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mondag, Feb. 9. Mr HoseososIS presented a petition from the inhabitants of St James, Westminster, complaining of the misappropriation of the parochial funds hy the Select Vestry. He also intimated that it was Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER LONDON, APRIL 12, 1829. Tus foreign news of the week, although much has been selected fiom the French and German papers, amounts to very little which can be be depended upon, in reference to the state of Subscribers-only content

 

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