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  • County: Northamptonshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Article

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

12 Mar 1842

at Mr Ellis' house, and played to the wonder of all the auditory, and'exercising his finger and instrument several ways, to the utmost of his power. Wilson, thereupon, the public professor, the greatest judge of music that ever was, did after his humoursome

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

29 Feb 1840

which he sold Brazil Cuba, that the importer recrivesback his purchase-money ten fold on the safe arrival his vessel at the j.ort of destination. It is moTe than probable that the general profits of his trade, if accurately calculated, would fall exceedingly

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

2 Mar 1844

fond of his children. Lady Paget did not appear so much attached. His lordship always treated his wife with kindness and affection. He had great aversion to theatres, and generally spends his evenings at home. He seemed much attached to his home and

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

28 Mar 1846

Captain Angus Fitzroy, Herbert Langham. Esq. and Mrs. Langham, A. lsted, Esq. and Mrs. Isted. G. Payne. Esq., H.H. H. Hungerford, Esq., Rev. Loraine Smith and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bevan, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fuller, and Miss Lucas; H. O Nethercont

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

4 Mar 1843

marriage. Mr. Combe inquired of Mr. Sparkes the object of the application to him ? Mr. Sparkes said that, under the peculiar circumstances of the case, he intended to apply to the Crown Office for a subpoena to compel the father of the young lady's husband

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

3 Sep 1825

>od-royal, adding to his si i a white tad) offered my services to-ineke known his most gracious thoughts to tho-e of ' the red rose and the white' country; which promised to bind himself to make the sai l lady his only queen, and his otiier wives her slaves

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

31 May 1845

since their appointment, amounted, in the aggregate, t0;£37. 422 which Mr. Baines has received £7,889, Mr. R. B. JAr^ Gntty, 124, Mr. P. Martineau, £6345, Mr. Mills, £6,985, and Mr. Wainewrigbt, £5.613. Of the £37,422, £3,501 was received for warrants

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

28 May 1814

Passages, to await their orders from the proprietors, the s ipercargoes not having been permitted to laird their merchandise Bourilcaux. Mr. Robinson has, since his return, had frequent conferences with Ministers, and it is *«id that there is every probability

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

14 Apr 1827

amendment till. Mr. Leicester submitted that the bill offered no adequate protection the farmer against the losses conicquent upon a bad harvest. Mr. Bernal, Mr. Warburton, and Mr. Hume, objected to the reciprocity duties' clause. Mr. C.Grant and Mr. Canning

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

26 Jan 1828

helieve tne report have been essentially correct, —that Mr. Huskisson's return from the Continent, and when all that fracas about nomination of Mr. Berrien the Chancellorship Exchequer sprung up, he, Mr. Huskisson then most solemnly declared, iv presence

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

11 Jul 1829

himself curried his father the Hotel Dicu. shedding tears all the way. Prior quitting his residence, the old man, feeling his end approaching, requested pen iok. and signed with a still firm hand, document in which acknowledges his suicide. charge of

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

10 Apr 1847

drapery by Mr. Shaw, upholsterer, of Birkenhead, assisted by Mr. Hornblower and Mr. Birne, architects. The suite included reception, retiring, and refreshing, ball, and banqueting rooms In the former a magnificent cascade, furnished by Mr. Highfield. Mr. Jackson's

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

19 Mar 1836

Buck, Knight, his will, , dated the llth of September, 1569, and proved or. the 17th the same month, directed his body to be buried in the church of St. Gregory, at Rome, and his heart to be taken cut and placed lead, and sent to his brother and universal

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

3 Oct 1818

authorizing her to receive her husband's pension, the lady being bed ridden, unable attend herself. Mr. Marklatid accordingly repaired to lady's dwelling Thursday morning last, and after performing his necessity duties, in the of conversation, from various

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

23 Feb 1833

ambitious projects, was brought back lump of clay • his kingdom overthrown, his capital taken, and his palace occupied by the very man (Baird), who about years before, had been, with other victims of his cruelty and tyranny, released from near four years

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

3 Dec 1842

0 0 M. F. E 0 0 Mr. Plant 0 2 6 Mr. T. Rich, London 1 0 0 Mrs. Chas. Hodson 2 0 0 A Friend 0 0 Miss Boddington, Kingsthorpe House 1 0 0 Mr. Rd. Ekins, Raunds 10 0 S. Percival, Esq. Treasurer to the Lunatic Asylum, has received 55., being a fine paid by

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

6 Jun 1846

to search more than one of Mr. Briscoe's pockets, otherwise they would have met with booty in hard cash to the amount of JC4O. and upwards. On bis arrival at home Mr. Briscoe communicated his robbery to his family, and his son, after hearing the description

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

21 Oct 1820

money in his hand. Mr. Williams replied. He said lhat man's character and the rrl. in which h-* stood, might be understood as well from his expressions his nets. With respect to the quotation from Mr. Phillips's book (and wha'ever tnav be Mr. Phillips's

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

15 May 1830

some time ago, sent to the Duke of Wellington a message, stating that he might command his attendance in the event of his being hard pressed, and of his having given his proxy the Lord Chancellor, be true, there can be doubt as to the course which he will

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

26 Apr 1845

the editorship to in the society. A committee was appointed to carry out this plan, ami Mr. Christie, Mr. Lightfoot, and Mr. Poole himself waited accordingly on Mr. jetton, the bookseller, and explained to him the objects of the Society. order, however

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