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SOURCE: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No. 1795, Sunday, August 22, 1830


Towards dusk on Wednesday evening, a chaise, &c. (and a barouche and four, containing domestics) was observed waiting mysteriously in the vicinity of one of our fashionable squares, and afterwards was discovered to contain the interesting wife of a gallant nobleman, and a popular young peer. The fugitives were traced to Richmond. The lawyers of the husband are already at work.—Morning Post.