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A Young Man, nineteen years - ut can write a plain hand, , . and has been ufesito lite. Wholetille

A Young Man, nineteen years - ut can write a plain hand, , . and has been ufesito lite. Wholetille

Drug Trade ' where he lived five years. Can liave aii undeniable 'char - after. No objeaion •td make himfeif urefut iii.. a Shop or Wait houce. • • Diita to C. R. at Mr. Phillips's, No.. 20, Duke's-court, St. Martin's-kale, . rl7o:Mafler Tai:Ors.—Watits a Situation; as Trotter,
29 December 1806 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- ,17 ANTS a Situatio n , a s Cl er k, i n a M erc h ant '

- ,17 ANTS a Situatio n , a s Cl er k, i n a M erc h ant '

s, v or any other refpeElable houfe Of butinefs, a young Man, 30 years of age, whore abilities are equal to the above cituation. Can give the molt r,efpeetable references, and fecurity,. if 'required. Letters addreffed (poft paid) to R. D. at Mr. Woodthorp's, No. 29, Fetter-lane
23 January 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NY Lady or Gentleman who can procure, or refign in favour of the Advertifer, an Occupation in any refpe6lable Mercantile

NY Lady or Gentleman who can procure, or refign in favour of the Advertifer, an Occupation in any refpe6lable Mercantile

or Bankin4 Houle, will be liberally 'rewarded. The Advertifer has travelled a lung while on the Continent, has a general knowledge of bufinels awl book-keeping, and is converfant with French, Italian,ind Spanifh. Can be well recommended. Purthcr paiticulars may be had, by applyi
23 January 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A . Lath'willies - to,eligage 1)&rlelf Governels' or ilk Companion in a private ; Family.' Letters direfted to Mr. Nichols,

A . Lath'willies - to,eligage 1)&rlelf Governels' or ilk Companion in a private ; Family.' Letters direfted to Mr. Nichols,

• No. 1, Michael's Grove, Knightibridge,poft . paid, be duly_ attended to. • - WANTED,. a Perlin) pt. reii)eciabilitv, as :Clerk.. muft write a good hand, and know well the of a Courning.-houfe. Apply, with .fpecimetis of writing, to Day and Martin, No. 97, High Holbnrn. •
23 January 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
be Sold, a long Leak of a new Houk; beads' finned, with a front fhop and tpacious yard, with good

be Sold, a long Leak of a new Houk; beads' finned, with a front fhop and tpacious yard, with good

ccnveniences, luitable for any buiinefs, beiag tit Hate in a great thorouhfare at the end of the town. For articulars enquire of Mr. Clarke, N 0.22, Wardour-ftreet, Sciho-foriare ; or at Mr. Gunftnith, Greek-lb-ea; Soho.
23 January 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
. - eI.OVERNESS.—Wanted, a middle-aged to WIG GINS Land' Stevard, Surveyor, and , accompany a Family to the Well Indies,

. - eI.OVERNESS.—Wanted, a middle-aged to WIG GINS Land' Stevard, Surveyor, and , accompany a Family to the Well Indies,

in the next fleet, improver - of Landed Eflates, - TYndale,. near Danbury, Whi6h is expefted• to fail in two or three weeks, to aa as a is Effex, begs leave to inform Gentlemen of Landed Property, that torefs to the ylunger Children. A liberal falary will be given. he continues
23 January 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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11 September 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

At Bombay, James Gurnm, Efq. Chief Oecer of the (hip Eail St. Vincent, to Mifs Belle Mack. ' * DEATHS. At Bombay, Enfign Cook, of that Eftablifhment—Mr. At. fiflant-Surgeon G. F. Gall' • , HIGH WATER AT LUNOON BRIDGE THIS DAY. Moulins 48 in. after 10.1 Atteitmon 26m. alter It. I
11 September 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
9 - 10 Tiadelmen.--A young Man of refpefiability, who has a - general knowledge of Ace , .unts, wales for

9 - 10 Tiadelmen.--A young Man of refpefiability, who has a - general knowledge of Ace , .unts, wales for

a situation as Clerk, in either of the above hooks, and is willing to mak; iiitnielf ufeful to his emplovei.--:Letten; adnreired to A. B. at No. It, Tavitiock row, Covent•garden, will be duly attended to.
11 September 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
KING'S THEATRE. (Madame Pt' s last appearance this season.) TO-MORROW EVENING will be performed Meyer's Opera Seth, In Two Acts,

KING'S THEATRE. (Madame Pt' s last appearance this season.) TO-MORROW EVENING will be performed Meyer's Opera Seth, In Two Acts,

Int Med MEDEA. • The principal characters by Ma4ame Pasta, Madame Caradori, Madame D'Angeli, Signor Curionl, Signor Torn, Signor Deville Signor Giovanois, and Signor Porto. After the Opera will he presented the favonrlte revived Ballet of LE MARRIAGE SECRET; ou, LES HABITANS DU
28 July 1826 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England