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    Lincoln's ihe, Barrister at Law, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the Rev. Wm. Lax. On the 29th alt. at St Leonards, Shoreditel, John Burnet, Esq. of Cadogan place, to Mrs Ann Tate, of Stone hill cottage, Essex. DIED. On Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

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    John Shewell, Esq. London Worth Henry Shirley ,Esq. Peppingford Park, George Borradaile, Esq. London East Grinstead James Burton, Esq. St Leonards on Sea Sir Francis Shuckburgh, Dart. Captain Cole, Newhosen Lieut.-Col. Spiok, London Henry Charles Dakeyne, Esq. London Edward Stuart, Subscribers-only content

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    IHASTINGO T3 end ST LEONARDS. Oentlemsen,-As a Dissolution of Periasnent may be er- peetmd during the cont. e of the present year, I take thir early nrppeetnaitvof ainfermnla you, ins order that yol user hove time to loolt cot 2for Subscribers-only content

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    by the four o'clock daily train to Staplehurst would find a coach in readi- ness to convey them to St Leonards." On Saturday I paid my fare on the faith of this announcement, obtain- ing a confirmation of it from Subscribers-only content

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    extreme age, precluded an active exertion on behalf of his political friends. THE COUNTEss DowAGra OF ROMNEY died at St Leonards, from a sudden attack of influenza. She was daughter to the late Viscount Sydney by the Honourable Sophia Southwell, Subscribers-only content

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    went insane.- After a brief consultation, the jury returned a verdict of " Tem- porary insanity." DREADFUL MURDER AT ST LEONARDS. - On Sunday last the residence of Miss M. A. C. Moore was burglariously entered, and the cook brutally Subscribers-only content

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    fresh cases have been reported to the Board of Health:- SATURDAY.-Whitechapel, 1 fatal; Bethnal Green, 2 fatal; Brom- Iey St Leonards, 1 fatal; St George-in-the -East, 1 fatal; St Saviour's, Southwark, 1 fatal; Hackney, 6 fatal; Homerton, 1 fatal; Dread- Subscribers-only content

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    square, where he occupied the best apartmients. The South Eastern Railway Company's line from Ashford to Has- tings and St Leonards, which completes the coast communication throughout Kent, is now ready for opening, and will be inspected by the Government Subscribers-only content

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    of health bill occupied a considerable time, and a division took place on a local question affecting Hastings and St Leonards, after which the remaining business was disposed of. Tuesday, July 1. SPIRITUAL DrsTITruIoN.-The Marquis of BLANDFORD, in pur- suance Subscribers-only content

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    APPOINTrIcNTS.-The Lord Chancellor has been created Baron St Leonards. The Earl of Derby has appointed Lieut. -Col. the Hon. E. Wilbraham to be his Private Secretary. Mr C. W. Stronge, of the Treasury, is the second Private Secretary to the Subscribers-only content

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    bench would doubtless be compara tively agreeable and popular out of doors and with the bench and bar. Lord St Leonards is known also to be well disposed to Mr Swanston, Q.C., whom he regards as the most eminent equity Subscribers-only content

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    Musgrave, Lord Arciobishop of York A Carriage, conveying The Attendants of tine Lord Clnance lor A Carriage, conveying Loed St Leonards, Lord High Chancellor, Representing tine House of Lords A Carriage, conveying The Right Rev. Dr Sumner, Lord Arcinbisinop of Subscribers-only content

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    hid recommended to her Majesty during his tenure of office, viz.. those of Lord Raglan, Lord Stratford, and Lord St Leonards, which, he said. showed that while a seat in the upper chamber was an object ofjust and laudable ambition, Subscribers-only content

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    he would on Monday next state the intentions of the government on the sub- ject of legal reform. -Lord ST LEONARDS then introduced seve- ral bills for the purpose of giving further relief to suitors in Chancery. MINISTERIAL POLICY. Upon Subscribers-only content

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    his measures. 1How differently the same measures would have been recom- mended by Lord Brougham, Lord Lyndhurst, or Lord St Leonards, who would have taken care to rivet all attention on their proposals instead of rambling over the large barren Subscribers-only content

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    of the statutes. The noble lord concluded by lainZ on the table the bill for the registration of deeds.-Lord ST LEONARDS admitted the validity of the Lord Chancellor's apology for not yet' brintging forward any material mteasures of legal reform. Subscribers-only content

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    February 24. LAW REFORM. The Chancery suitors' further relief bill, being one of six legal bills introduced by Lord St Leonards, was read a second time, and after some discussion between the law lords all the six bills were referred Subscribers-only content

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    of Zeruiah were too many for them. Sincerely do we hope that that very eminent Son of Zeruiah, Lord St Leonards, will not prove too many for what is now proposed to be done by the Lord Chancellor. It is Subscribers-only content

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    object of the measure was to put an end to insecurity of title in the transfer of landed property.--Lord ST LEONARDS presented a petition from the provincial law association against the bill. It was first introduced in the year 1830, Subscribers-only content

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    thought that it was not really important-whetherthe words "'extensively prevailed " or another expression had been used. - Lord ST LEONARDS' contended that the act of parliament was perfectly plain that the committee should have used the exact words of Subscribers-only content

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