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War Office, May 7, 1827.

War Office, May 7, 1827.

Lieutenant-General Sir Herbert Taylor, G. C. H. to be Pirgtand Principal Aide-de-Camp to bis Majesty. Commissions by the Lord Lieutenant of tbe County of Hereford. John Bleet-I.ye, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant ; John Samuel Gowlaml, Esq., to be ditto; James Peade .grass, Esq. t
09 May 1827 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TURNPIKE ROAD | ~ , fS?" 1 SUDBUST to BURT ST. EDMUND'S. | j-^IUIICE is hereby given, That the Annual

TURNPIKE ROAD | ~ , fS?" 1 SUDBUST to BURT ST. EDMUND'S. | j-^IUIICE is hereby given, That the Annual

_»i. _ M *L e V n - of the Trustees will be held on Tuesday the vn aay of June next, pursuant to the directions of the Act, \ at the Angel Inn, in Bury, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon at which time and place the Treasurer's Accounts will be audited tor the year last past, and
29 May 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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?? &osu \ THE King left town on Monday for his cot- -2-g on \\ indsor Forest. His Majesty is ex- j aected 10 return to Carlton Palace on Monday j for tlie Levee and Drawing Room. In a few j ?? v. KjD <r will proceed to Brighton, wliere liis j ?? '."„*■:" remain no longer than the
12 June 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
•r_t»*f cati he. r.cirhog new said upon the subject of •fU-'own. ; b_t there in much that is important —

•r_t»*f cati he. r.cirhog new said upon the subject of •fU-'own. ; b_t there in much that is important —

day -titer day frpvh prwrt'-w ?? its desiral-lenes;* — and the predictions of its adv<ic_t_i* are fulfilied. A Par- li.nnent not chaser, by the pen pie cannot h_ve a sym- patby with the people. Tj say nothing of corruption is it not likely that a Representative .will more readil
12 June 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
REPOKM MEETING

REPOKM MEETING

REPO KM MEETING . A Meeting <,f the inhabitants of lb»- H u*_ir#*di* ' dV Fbiiigoe and Tin-alw astrc tan.k place at the Angel Inn. in this tuna, am-.W-aint'Stlay last The hour of to*-f t- ing was Htcwavi-aient, being precisely that of the Coi-rr Market; but the ?? »a» respectable
12 June 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 

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The Chancellor's Gold Medal for the be-* _•»*• i * hy a resident Undergraduate, was on Thm-l, ' g -

The Chancellor's Gold Medal for the be-* _•»*• i * hy a resident Undergraduate, was on Thm-l, ' g -

•*"! Po **" Mr John Henry Bright, of St. Iftto'-^Jj}*? Palmyra. ° °«c - e_, The Rev. Thomas Smith Turnbull M A -" ■ Clement Robert Francis, M. A. Junior" F_C |K£ college, were on Tuesday last elected Senior W_J_ fc society. ?? u ">t.tr.;! On Sunday last the Lord Bishop of Peterb
12 June 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
9rSuffolk,Essex,Cambridge, Ely, and Norfolk TelearanL

9rSuffolk,Essex,Cambridge, Ely, and Norfolk TelearanL

CTthWeek, )Stam,»-Duty 4d > PRICE 7d. (3dQr. 5 Paper and Print 3d j or Bs. per Quarter. STANHOPE PRESS OF GEDGE AND BARKER, BURY ST. EDMUND'S Wednesday: August v, 1822. PRINTED FOR ANN OEm^kJ^ PRIETOR) AT tW )V/i 9094 \ ™ e V on & Co " Wa *- w ick-Court, St. Paul's > " ?? JyO %
14 August 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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rHE Lord Chamberlain has appointed the Hon. Wm. Pole Tilney Long Wellesley, Gen- tleman Usher Daily Waiter to his Majesty. u er Royal Highness the Princess Augusta and the . a nd Duchess of Gloucester are gone for a month Leamington Spa. The Princess arrived on Tuesday, t the Du
14 August 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
33tiri>, August 14.

33tiri>, August 14.

14 August 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Cambridge, August 12. MARRIED. On the 30th ult. Mr. Griffin, of Borough Fen, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr.

Cambridge, August 12. MARRIED. On the 30th ult. Mr. Griffin, of Borough Fen, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr.

John Murley, of Walsoken, near Wisbech. On Thursday Mr. James Law, eldest son of Mr. Law, of Trinity-street, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. William Freeman, of this place. On the same day Mr. Wm. Wiseman, fruiterer, of Jesus- lane, to Louisa, only daughter of the late Mr. Rich
14 August 1822 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England