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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

16 May 1815

eel knew Laird and Lady Roseberry 1 w the former previous to his marriage : after . • marriage, bad epportonities of observing that lived epee terms of great happiness. The of Lord R. to his Lady was always eeeee - kiad.—The kindness was reciprocal. Lade

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

22 Jul 1807

law hies Witch upon any occafioo t and, what is more, Mr. Vs ilbetforce, I am ftrongly inclined to think, that bluesing is not very common amongft thole who were his fupporters while liviog, and who ate his eulogies now that he is dead. During his tcrtihle

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

28 Apr 1818

To at the College of Douay, and had. since his residence the objection that this extraordinary spectre might on his own property, ahewu himself on different oe- I have been caused by haze of the atmosphere. Mr O. cations cut only to possess uncommon elegance

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

2 Jan 1810

in Owe, mid in company •ith Lady Leis saisr, after the paragraph shout 111.• separation Mr hull nett a Mr. No ri, whom be to i.e. lilt Lordship's Secretary. Ibe first tome I.e tow Mr Neri. seas after Atilt it hi. In the : Mr. Nrri called upon I settling

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

28 Sep 1813

them frequently, from twelve o'clock till fire in the afternoon ;—Mr. Atwood for music, Mr. Gels. diets. for English, Mr. Tourfronelli for painting, Mr. finery for imitating marble, Mr. noes for dm harp. saw them all alone ;and indeed, if I them et all

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

1 Sep 1818

the Lady of Jas. Nicholson, Eq. of a Daughter. a At Barrackpore, au the 11th July, the Lady Captain Henry Hodgson, of the 111th Regt. N. Ld • Sun. Yesterday morning, the Lady of W. Tucker,' delivered of a Daughter, Oa the 14th ultimo, the Lady of Mr

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

19 Oct 1808

1 Sept. Mr. Henry Metc..ll, to Nils, Mary Burnet. On the 23d Sept. Mr. John Kidd, to Miss Mary Mawbcy. RENGAL BIRTHS. At the Presidency, on the Sept. the Lady of Liout W. Pickers ill, N. Regt of a ion. On the . 25th Sept. at Allipore, the Lady of James

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

24 Dec 1816

utle. The Priers Regest honoured Lally Hee: heote's bald, on Vriday wick. with his presence the company there were the Marchionees Hertford. the flowage , Lady Jersey. mid Mrs. Pilaherbert I Nis Hotel Nighties. was is emetics( spires. a d did net retire

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

2 May 1815

Saturday last, the 49th ultimo, by the Reverend Mr. Thompson, John Dalby, gig to Miss Julia lairds, daughter of Major General James Innis, of the Madras Establishment. MADRAS BIRTHS. On the 30th ultimo , the Lady of Lieutenant Gene. ral Wrtberall, of a Son

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

25 Feb 1812

who with his Suite. retired from the held to Breakfast with Major Welsh; anti his Officers.—ln the evening, the Houctrahle Mr. Cole, C.:Acme's Taylor, and Adams, the Officers Commanding Erigiolea and turps, and those of the Staff, dined with his Excellency

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

4 Feb 1795

nt. has gone for Eur ape %ill) the R.tse, Mr. M. Prager, with the Houghton. Mrs. Beecher, Dr. Lvnd, and Mr. Redfearn embark on board the Man►hip, Capt. Lloyd. Mr. Reid and Lady. Mr. Edward S taw, and his Lady, take their passigt on b tatd the General

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

18 Nov 1801

a --the rebel, that the lives of his men were . good underftanding between the two countries at length Mr. 8 . . was obliged to can only be re.eftablifhed by France agreeing mit to the force of the Turk's to retort his doininicaso to the King of Sardinia

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

18 Jul 1815

Lord Castlereagh said, that be did out mean to argue the question. Mr. Wyoue added, that be did not ask the Noble Lord to argots, but to amasser his question. No answer was made. Mr. W. ritzgerald moved that the several Reports from the Committees on

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

18 Jul 1815

of the Ea. chequer err unable to , urnisit him with a satin. factory answer. Mr. Whitbleal, with that vi. eilent attention to his public duty which has ever characterized his Parliamentary career, took oc. casion to ask, Whether a Lord of the Admiralty

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

2 Dec 1801

Kunio and this country. Whether his condua, however, in confecrence of his opinion, was prudent, is a queftion that events have decided. Of the Armed Neutrality, w en propoled in we have his opinion h onfi reco rd in his own words. After enumerating the

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

20 Dec 1809

This ceremony his Highness went through standing to Lord Minto, Sir George itarloW, Honorable. Mrs Elliot, the Councillors present,tion Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Oakes and Mrs. Casatitaijor. The other Ladies were plimewed in a similar way by his Highness's Son

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

15 Jul 1817

BOMBAY ARRIVAL. June nth, Ship Bombay Merchant, Tree Trader. Captain John Clarkson, from London—Passengrs: Mr. Retwrt Patterson. Mr. Wm. Mr. Hewett, Mr. Charles Cathcart, Cadets. BV.GAL MARRIAGES. Os the morning of the 16th June, at St. Jobs's Church, by

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

17 Apr 1799

nature in progrels before the Houfe. Ihe Speakers were the Attorney-General, Mr. Odle, Mr. Ormlb t , Sir H. Cavendifh, Colonel, Coute, Mr. Plunket, Mr. Barrington, M. Fox, and Mr. M'Naghten, who Paid that the rcrfois whole names were fubfcrihed to the A

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

5 Nov 1806

Lord Henry Petty, Lord bidmnoth, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Windham, were prefent.—After the Council del - patches were made up to be forwarded the Courts of St. Pete' fburgh and Vienna, and two Meffengers, Mr. Drafting• and Mr. ' Prondman, remained under orders

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Madras Courier

Madras Courier Tamil Nadu, India

19 Oct 1803

to his jog day, the horfe he elainted was his own, he puhliPard a hiftory of his Hurfe Law it, annually at the bottom of his Almanack. Brooker, the plaintiff in the prefeot had purchafed a bode of Mars. Green rand Young, fume time in May which his ltervant

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