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    thirteen months. MARRIED. John Wifliam Fisher, Esq. of Argyll street, surgeon, to Louisa Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Win. Haymes, Esq. of Kitworth Harcourt, Leicester- shire, and niece to Sir Wmn. B. Cave, Bart. Alexander Stewart, Esq. of Brompton, Subscribers-only content

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    pened during the 24th and 25th of June, at Montevideo. Her Majesty's ship Fantome, 16 guns, commanded by Cap- tain Haymes, was totally lost during the violence of the hurricane. All the crew were preserved. FIRES. On Tuesday morning a Subscribers-only content

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    I1th Light Dragoons, to be Capt, vice MoLtau, whro exchangest Cornet W T Goldeworthy, to be Lieut, without purchase, vice Haymes, deceased-9th Light Dragooes: Capt R S W Bulkeley, from the 7th Light Dragoons, io be Capt, vice Wilkinson, who Subscribers-only content

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    Private Sadler (C), 34 ; Private W. Sparkes (C), 30. Irivate WV. Wiicox (0), 27 Sergeant Gray (C), 27; Sergeaut Haymes (C), 25-total 253. Sergeant Hill's team-Private Iegan (B), 39; Private Austin (B), 34; Lance-car oral Bolton (C) 32; Corporal Subscribers-only content

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    picked The sa-acidet cst glom vertheproceedings for the COVENTRY. MAN DRowNED .-Yesterday morning, shortly after ten o'clock, a man named Haymes who lived at a cottage ad- jacent to the canal, near the Coventry Cotton Company's works, observed a hat Subscribers-only content

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    althouglh not Bo numerously as at the original meeting. Mr. Sh.iversides took the chair, and read the letter from Messrs. Haymes and HaEckforth, withdrawing their demand for pa ; after which he resigned the presidential seat in favour of the Subscribers-only content

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    negli- gently using the town water, on the 26th ult. Mr. WVal- lington appeared for the Local Board, and Dir. Haymes for the defendant. The evidence for the prosecation may he shortly summarised. Mr. Haynes, tailor, who resides next to Subscribers-only content

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    inst,, forty-four rabbits, which the inferner, ii.;ico-sergeant HQind, of Cubbiogton. had good cause to er.;ret had been poached. Mr. A. Haymes prosecuted, Y it C. Griffin appeared to defend. The evidence of Hind ;; (tL to show that, about twelve Subscribers-only content

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    charged, on remand, with having htole., ome silver plate, the property of Mr. John Watkins, ol he 3adford Road. MIr: Haymes prosecuted and Mr. O ,Aiffin defended. It appeared that about the 22nd or 23rd f last month, It was Subscribers-only content

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    the adjourned audit of the Local Board of Health accounts. It will be remembered that in April last Mr. A. Haymes, on behalf of himself and other rate- payers, opposed the passing of the accoumts, on the ground that the Subscribers-only content

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    They decided that Sir. Haymes was liable to pay his share for the making of the Stews Road in Leam Terrace and New Street, less £10., a part of the claim which had been abandoned. Sir. Haymes gave notice of Subscribers-only content

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    and he was fined 20s. and costs, or ir defmLult of payment one month's imprisonment VIOuLE]NT ASSAULT IN NEW STREET.-Danielf Haymes, (22) King Edward's Place, painter, and P/wom Stokes, slice Hlalam. (21), watohmaker, were charged with having violently assaulted Francis Subscribers-only content

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    the town so far as is possible, without inter- fering with his own interest. TimE MiEwS ROA) DISPUTE AGATWr.-Mr. A. Haymes, solicitor, appeared before the Magistrates, at the Town Hall, yesterday, and made a statement with respect to the disputes Subscribers-only content

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    eventually Leamington would un. floubtedly obtain its right to have arepresentative. Mr, Wharton enqulred if Mr. Haymes recommended iesnoington being annexed to Warwlolc.-MIr. Haymes did notdo )so He had merely made his statement to rssist dhose who wore present. Lieuteuant-Colonel Subscribers-only content

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    prize, :S2,, L Lowe; second ditto, 21.o15s,, T. Freer; third ditto, £L lOa., T. Arnold; fourth ditto, £1. so., B, Haymes; Btxth ditto, 15E,, T. Randolph; seventh ditto, lOs. 6d,, W. Carter; eighth ditto, 7s. 6d., E. Holmes; ninth ditto, Subscribers-only content

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    obtaining 10s. from Messrs. Whitehouse and Bedford, with intent tp defraud. Mr. Hayres (firm of Messrs, A. and 3. B, Haymes) prosecuted, and Mr. HesIp defended both the prisoners. The Court was filled with respectalble tradesren, and the liveliest in. Subscribers-only content

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    Dr. Spinks, Q.C., and Mr. F. A, Underwioke (instructed by Dr. B. Hunt, of Gray's Inn Square, agent for btr. Haymes, of Leamington) ap- peered for the petitioner. The Solicitor-General (Sir J. Duke Coleridge, Q.C., DL'P.), Dr. Deane, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    was announced to her as Mr. Haymes; and, no doubt, she knew me as I had been con- stantly in the house, taking depositions. Mrs. Caborn announced me to her. She sad, " ir. Haymes, my lady." Lady Mordaunt looked Subscribers-only content

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    petitioner. Mr. F. A. Inderwick (instructed by Mr, B. Haut, soli- citor, Gray's Inn Square, agent for Messrs. Haymes, Hannay, and Haymes, solicitors, Leamnington), appeared for the petitioner, Sir Charles Mordaunt; the guardian ad lit c, Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, was Subscribers-only content

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    a Children's Maid,-who' ceu IWerit tier Housemaid, If requilred. Must be a good Needle- Wsmasn.-Apply to Mr. John Roberts The Haymes West Brenm. VV AqTE]), a goodilaisii.COOK;will be required to assisIn the V hadze.-~Apply, Mm., Poultons 1, KIslington Eow, Bdgbas- Subscribers-only content

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