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WEST LONDON LITERARY and SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, 59, Baker-street, Portman-square. PATRONS. Lord Teignmouth. ' P. Hesketh Fleetwood, Esq., M.P. Sir Thomas

WEST LONDON LITERARY and SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, 59, Baker-street, Portman-square. PATRONS. Lord Teignmouth. ' P. Hesketh Fleetwood, Esq., M.P. Sir Thomas

Baring, Bart. H. T. Hope, Esq., M.P. Colonel Eyre. John Labouchere, Esq. It. Ferguson, Esq., M.P. PRESIDENT. Rev. D. Lardner, LLD., F.R.S., &c. VICE-PRESIDENTS. Captain Brenton, R.N. Basil Montagu, Esq. H. Lytton Bulwer, Esq., M.P. The Members of the above Institution are Inform
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
B)ITANTS a SITUATION, as COOK and HOUSE- KEEPER, or Cook, where the lady is her own housekeeper, and a kitchen

B)ITANTS a SITUATION, as COOK and HOUSE- KEEPER, or Cook, where the lady is her own housekeeper, and a kitchen

maid kept, a Person who can have an unexceptionable character of 15 months. No objection to town or country.—Address A. T., Mr. Farmer, 30, Goodee-street, Middlesex Hospital. WANTS a SITUATION, as HOUSEMAID, in a small family, a respectable Person, aged 30. Can have a two years'
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A.S RESIDENT or DAILY GOVERNESS, Terms moderate.---A LADY, of great experience in tuition, is desirous of forming an ENGAGEMENT in

A.S RESIDENT or DAILY GOVERNESS, Terms moderate.---A LADY, of great experience in tuition, is desirous of forming an ENGAGEMENT in

a Gentleman's family. She has resided many years on the Continent, and speaks the French and Itlian languages fluently; she is perfectly competent to instruct in Enghsh, history, geography, and music, with every other branch of a solid education. —Letters, post paid. H. P.E., Mr
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
INGING. — A .LADY, accustomed to tuition, and who I kJ has studied under the most eminent masters, would be

INGING. — A .LADY, accustomed to tuition, and who I kJ has studied under the most eminent masters, would be

happy to I RECEIVE, at her own residence, a FEW PUPILS in SINGING, between the hours of ten and two. If preferred, has no objection to attend young ladies at home. Terms moderate.—For cards of address apply to Mr. Lansdale, musicseller, 26 , Old Bond-street. HAMILTONIAN SYSTEM o
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HERTFORD -STREET.--To be LET on Lease, a good FAMILY HOUSE, on moderate terms, comprising seven sleeping rooms, two handsome drawing

HERTFORD -STREET.--To be LET on Lease, a good FAMILY HOUSE, on moderate terms, comprising seven sleeping rooms, two handsome drawing

rooms with folding doors, large eating room, study, &c., with good offices and detached kitchen. The premises have been completely repaired and decorated, and may be entered on immediately.—For particulars apply to J. Robinson, upholsterer and house agent, 49, Curzon-street, May
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AIR. HOLDEN, Dentist, begs leave to inform the ivx Nobility and Gentry that he has REMOVED to No. 15, CONDUIT-STREET,

AIR. HOLDEN, Dentist, begs leave to inform the ivx Nobility and Gentry that he has REMOVED to No. 15, CONDUIT-STREET,

BOND-STREET. He avails himself of this opportunity of stating that every possible attention will be paid, and satisfaction given, to those who honour him with their patronage. QPITALFIELDS FURNITURE, SILKS.—The Nobility and Gentry are invited to INSPECT the extensive and magnifi
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
1 hls day is published, THE DUBLIN REVIEW, No. IV. Contents :- 1. Life and Genius of John Hunter. 1

1 hls day is published, THE DUBLIN REVIEW, No. IV. Contents :- 1. Life and Genius of John Hunter. 1

10. Present State and Prospects of 2. Science and Revealed Religion. the Anglican Church. 3. The No-Popery Current. 11. Turkey and its Diplomacy. 4. Theory of Probabilities. I 12. Anster's and Elliott's Poems. 5. Recent Opinions on America. I 13. The Catholic Oath. 6. The Englis
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ENCYCLOPiEDIA BRITANNICA, Part LXXXV published this day, concludes Professor Jameson'sArrticle Mineralogy, and contains the whole of Professor Phillips' Marshall,dAonrt.icaneond Geology.—Adam

ENCYCLOPiEDIA BRITANNICA, Part LXXXV published this day, concludes Professor Jameson'sArrticle Mineralogy, and contains the whole of Professor Phillips' Marshall,dAonrt.icaneond Geology.—Adam

and Charles Black, Edinburgh; pk Co., Whittaker and Co., and Hamilton , Adams and Co, nLn In 2 vols Svc), price One Guinea, with Seven Illustrative Etchings by W. Dyce, Esq., HIGHLAND RAMBLES and LONG LEGENDS to SHORTEN the WAY. By Sir THOMAS DICK LAUDER, Bart., Author of" An Ac
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS GOOD COOK, in a genteel family, or as Housekeeper, to a single Gentleman, a steady, middle-aged Person. No objection

AS GOOD COOK, in a genteel family, or as Housekeeper, to a single Gentleman, a steady, middle-aged Person. No objection

to make herself generally useful, and can have a good iiaractcr from her last place.—Direct A. 8., 34, Cleveland-street, Fitzroy-square.
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS GOOD COOK, in a quiet, regular, Gentleman's family, a respectable, middle-aged Person, who can 'nave a good character.—Direct E.

AS GOOD COOK, in a quiet, regular, Gentleman's family, a respectable, middle-aged Person, who can 'nave a good character.—Direct E.

H., Mr. Wood, geeengrocer, 4, Duke-street, Manchester-square. AS COOK, in a respectable family, a middle-aged, steady French Woman, who can give good references.—Direct L. 8., 21, Clarges-street, Piccadilly. AS COOK, a respectable Woman, 30 years of age, who perfectly understand
05 May 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England