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THE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD

... and Frances Smart, for fourteen days each, for stealing a quantity of turnip greens, the property of John Tanner, at Bradford.t—George Morris and John Clark, for three weeks each, for stealing a large quantity of turnip greens, the property of William ...

-.4 • it) WILTS AND 61,01(7EsTzlzsiii;u: STANI)AIU)

... ITUESDAY.—BANKRUPTS. John Pinkerton. High-street, Southwark, glass -cutter. William Bates, Liverpool, theatrical manager. William Partington, Leetls. woollen-cloth manufacturer. Samuel \V ,ite, Farnely, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer. John Smith, Manchester ...

Published: Saturday 04 April 1840
Newspaper: Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 9950 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

The ►Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

... long tirade upon the sufferings he had endured daring his imprisonment, the villainy of the Government, the conduct of Lord John Russell, and his own unabated attachment to the principles of Chartism. Ile was loudly cheered in the course of his address ...

TIRE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD-. EXTRAORDINARY MURDER AND SUICIDE

... on came to the determination of arming the Mary, and proceeding to their immediate rescue, getting two long six pounders from the Hero, with aptain Smith and five men, also three twelve pound carronades and small arms from the Whitby. All being ready ...

WOOTTON BASSETT

... between the French and English both the admit als' ships were burnt. Duel between the Earl of Cardigan and Lieutenant Tuckett.—ln consequence of the Earl of Cardigan having ascertained that certain letters published recently in the Morning Chronicle, reflecting ...

Published: Saturday 19 September 1840
Newspaper: Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8437 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

mu: WILTs NO G LOU(' ESTERSII IRE ST 41\DA HD. LIGHTS AND SHADOW* OF AN ACTOR'S

... which occupies six columus, headed Lord Cardigan and the 11th Hussars, has been published in the London papers. It relates to an affair between Capt. Reynolds of that regiment and its Lieut.-Col., Lord Cardigan. The matter originated in Capt. Reynolds ...

BOROUGH OF CRICRLADE. New claims put on by Conservatives . 16 Objected to by Conservatives 15, all expunged.. ..

... been her servant, carrying a cradle home, which hail just been purchased, exclaimed, Ali, John, these are the fruits of marriage! No, ma'am, replied John, this be only the fruit basket! Laconic Request.—A publican, who was ill served by his brewers ...

Published: Saturday 17 October 1840
Newspaper: Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 11246 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

PORTSMOUTH AND SOUTHAMPTON

... William Bars, chief mate ; Edward Barridge, second mate ; Henry• George, steward; Francis Brown, John Heart, Charles Charles, Hugh Doon, John Lee. John Harrington, seamen. Captain Crowder and his crew embarked yesterday (Thursday morning) on board the ...

TB§ 11 I 4,111 S AA 13 GLOUCESTERSHIRE S'I'ANDARD

... 1791, ha vim; expended a large forame in the service of his country. Young Harrison early devoted himself to the profession of arms, and entered the army under the auspices of his father's intimate friend, General Washington, at the age of 18. The north-western ...

IRELAND

... headed by his Grace the Archbishtp of Dublin. and followed by the names of 60 peers. TRANQUILITY OF TIFPRAARY.—ATTACK By AN ARMED PARTY.—OR Wednesday hst, as the Rev. N. Herbert was shooting at Wooderatown, a few fields from his own house, and immediately ...

INITNDATION AT lIRENTFORD

... by the E url of Cardigan) two years at the senior departin,nt of the Military College, and a di,tinet and express understanding that Captain John Reynolds should never again be required to serve Mr a single day under the Earl of Cardigan. `•1.1JOIt MORSE ...

THE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD

... -BANKRUPTS, John Dauncey, Baltonsborough, cattle-dealer William Conger, Thomas Bialale, Joseph Senior, Richard Stapleton, Jonathan Hainsworth, Benjamin Turner, Edward Bailey, John Milnes, K illiam Alayman, ItichardShaw,John Oldroyd, John Brearey, ...

Published: Saturday 30 January 1841
Newspaper: Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5067 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none