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EST OF ENGLAND AND South araaiiw M A G A Z I N E. No. 25. Monday,-August 27. Half-penny! JOHN BELLINGHAM. John Bellingham was brought up in a counting-house in London, and afterwards went to Archangel, where he lived three years with a Russian merchant. Having returned to his native country, he married an admirable young woman—a Miss Nevill, the (laughter of a respectable merchant and ship- broker, who, at the time of Bellingham's union with his family, lived at Newry, but who subsequently removed to Dublin. Bellingham, being a, man of activity and intelligence, was now employed by some' northern merchants to pay another visit to Russia, on commercial affairs. This was in 1804, and he went accom-