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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. March 29, at Lambridge, Bath, the lady of the Rev. Charles P aul, of White Laclcington, Somerset, of a daughter. March 29, at Clifton, the lady of H. C. Vernon Graham, Esq. of a daughter. MARRIED. March 22, at Temple church, Mr. T. Tomlinson, to Miss E. Willington, eldest
6 April 1830 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

parliamentarp Intelligente. HOUSE OF LORDS.-FuIDAY. Many petitions were presented against the profanation of the Sasjl)th; fir the abolition of negro slavery; prayingan alteration I the church patronage of Scotland; and from protestanstdissent- en, prayinig to be allowed to perfo
4 May 1833 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Dr. RILEY'S LECTURE.

Dr. RILEY'S LECTURE.

orZWT Z'DC1N.- A meeting of the Philosophical Society was held, in the Bristol Institution, Park-street, on the 14th inst., at which Dr. Prichard, one of the pro-directors, presided. Dr. Riley delivered a lecture "On the Position of the Cetacea in the Animal Series." After some p
16 February 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORN INSPECTOR'S WEEKLY RETURN.

CORN INSPECTOR'S WEEKLY RETURN.

Tuesday, Feb. 12. Account oftlic Qoantitiesand Pricesj ofl~ritish Cornooly,sold ivnri 3larkte,froto ele Rteturnsdelirered to the InspecturbU' the ?? I the week ended Saturday last, computed by the Standard isilfru; Mecasure of Eight Gaoting5 to ties Bushel. ?? Quantiitires: Tete
16 February 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

TUESDA Y, SE2rE1mBiur 21. O br Briotof gurfurp. THE LATE, ST INTELLIGEATCE. LONDON, MONDAY MORNING. We last night received the Frehch papers of Thursday and Friday. The speeches of M. Sebastiani, the Minister of AMarine, and of M. Guizot, the Minister of the Interior, in the Cham
21 September 1830 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

?? TE RISTOL PRrE,__TM NT_.] In the Lucy Anne, Sampson, from Jamaica: P. and G. Pro- theroc, 2781hhds 46 tierces sugar, 4 pl1s ?? & Ktington, 514 hbids sugar, 25 puns ium-S. II. Steddar, 2 brls sugar. In the St. Vincent, Geen, from Jamaica: 'Miles and Kington, 489 hilds 26 tierc
21 September 1830 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Political Mirror.

Political Mirror.

paittical jarror. THE TITHES. CHURCH PATRONAGE. (Froyn the Nerws. ) A Correspondent of the News ?? may not a naval officer command one ship in the Me- diterranean, and another in the East Indies, with as much propriety as a clergyman holding one cure of souls in Devonshire, anti
11 January 1831 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POZXCE. CoNctsL-HOus, Thursday, June 6, 1639. ai Magistrates present:- The Mayor and A-r. J. N. Sanders. f Ann Driver was charged with steal~ing a shilling, the property of Vm Sprey. It appeared that, asthe complainant's daughter, a, a girl of eleven years of age, was pas
8 June 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POPULAR CONDUCT OF MINISTERS.

POPULAR CONDUCT OF MINISTERS.

SipTUtA, DMzer 2,tiitm. SATUDAY, D5cgm..B 2, 'SS7 I TaE course pursued by Ministers since the opening of the present session of Parliament, malgri the untoward declara- tion of Lord Jobn Russeol on the subject of the Ballot, has been such as fully to justify the confidence which
2 December 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LONDON, Tcespav, February 3. TSFORMATION was received Saturday, by the I* M aH aUt, direct from China, announcing that the

LONDON, Tcespav, February 3. TSFORMATION was received Saturday, by the I* M aH aUt, direct from China, announcing that the

polish trade with that Empire was slopped, owing to Lord ViSier (sent out as chief superintendent of the free trade mtera) having given offence the authorities by procecdj r to Caiiton, instead remaining Macao, and Mine permission to go further. The hoppo and the hong merchants
24 January 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England