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EGHAM, Saturday, November 30.

EGHAM, Saturday, November 30.

The last remains the only son of Col. Salwey, of Fgham Park, and M P. for Ludlow, were deposited in a vault in the parish church Egham, on Monday week. The inhabitants generally testified their sympathy and respect by closing their shops upon the occasion. On Wednesday night, or
30 November 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
CHERTSEY, Saturday, November 30,

CHERTSEY, Saturday, November 30,

Litcrart and Scientific Institution. —A most excellent lecture was given on Thursday evening by Mr. Alpenny, of Richmond, on " Sublimity and Beauty, with regard to the Fine Arts." Mr. Alpenny is by profession an artist, and certainly displayed great knowledge of the subject. He
30 November 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
UXBRIDGE, Saturday, November 30.

UXBRIDGE, Saturday, November 30.

It is reported that Mr. Medhurst, who was sentenced to three years' imprisonment for stabbing Mr. Alsop, has been punished with a week at hard-labour for some act of misconduct within the prison. And, alio, that the boy Colter, who was sentenced to seven years transportation for
30 November 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
A Man Frozen to Death on the London and Birmingham Railway.—On Sunday morning a rumour prevailed in the neighbourhood of

A Man Frozen to Death on the London and Birmingham Railway.—On Sunday morning a rumour prevailed in the neighbourhood of

the terminus the London and Birmingham Railway, at Euston-grovc, that policeconstable in the employ of the company, named Turner (for many years, until recently, Corporal-major in the Royal Horse Guards), had been found in his watch-box, frozen to death. Upon inquiry, it was asc
16 March 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT WARFIELD, AND MELANCHOLY LOSS OF LIFE.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT WARFIELD, AND MELANCHOLY LOSS OF LIFE.

* We regret to have to record the particulars of a most destructive fire which broke out in, and completely destroyed, the spacious dwelling-house of the Rev. Mr. Furlong, Vicar of Warfield, and the head of highly respectable seminary for youth, very near to Warfield Church. The
16 March 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
NEW BIRMINGHAM POLICE.

NEW BIRMINGHAM POLICE.

Mr. Burgess on Monday last took the required oaths as com. missioner of the police force now being formed in this town, and during the week has continued the inspection of applicants for situations in the new establishment. understand that the commissioner completed the prelimin
12 October 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
CORN LAW MEETINGS.

CORN LAW MEETINGS.

STOCKPORT. The North Cheshire Advertiser contains a long report of most important meeting at Stockport, called by the mayor, in pursuance of numerously signed requisition, foi the purpose of taking the best means to get rid of the obnoxious Corn Laws. The mayor presided, and at
09 February 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
DREADFUL MURDER AT OTTERDEN, NEAR LENHAM.

DREADFUL MURDER AT OTTERDEN, NEAR LENHAM.

A dreadful murder was committed Saturday evening last at Otterden, Kent. A small farmer and his wife, named Jenkins, being desirous of spending the evening at wedding party, had engaged Hannah Giles, the wife a rat-catcher, who lived about quarter of a mile distant, to take care
09 February 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT CONTINUED.

PARLIAMENT CONTINUED.

HOUSE OF LORDS.- Fridat. lIKR MAJESTY'S ANSWER TO THR ADDRESS. The LORD CHANCELLOR had to acquaint their Lordship* that her Majesty had received their Address, and that her Majesty had been pleased to return the following most gracious answer:—" I thank you for your loyal and du
09 February 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
Compendium of General News.

Compendium of General News.

A -cording reeen' < nlrulations, which find in the Stockholm papers, the actiml population of Sweden amounts to 3,025,140 souls, shewing an increase of one-fifth since his present Majesty was called the throne. Such has been the attractio > Maritime Vsstris, since her return fro
02 February 1839 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England