5 SEPTEMBER 1840, Page 4

At the celebration of the marriage of the Honourable Mr.

Gage, on Monday last, by the tenantry of Lord Gage at Fine, in Sussex, one of the cannon, fired to annouuce the arrival of the happy pair, burst, mid instantly killed an old man, woodreeve to Lord Gage.

Last week, a journeyman paper-maker, named Robert Howard, who formerly worked at the Ivy mill, near Maidstone, received the unex- pected information that a Chancery suit, which had been depending

• fifty years, had terminated in his favour, putting him in possession of 200,0001.-50,0001. of which, by a previous engagement entered into many years ago, and which with the suit itself was almost forgotten, goes to the attorney who succeeded in bringing the suit to a successful termination.—Maidstone Journal.