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COURT OF ARCH&c:--MoNnAr. Sir JOHN Niesiom. this morning had no sooner taken his seat, than he proceeded to express the

COURT OF ARCH&c:--MoNnAr. Sir JOHN Niesiom. this morning had no sooner taken his seat, than he proceeded to express the

sentiments •he entertained with regard to the case of Mr. Clarkson, gentleman accused of irregular professional conduct. The Court was unusually crowded, and the-throng of auditors consisted almost entirely of individuals who practise in these Courts. The Learned Judge began by
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION'

SALES BY AUCTION'

• SALE OP 'VALUABLE CHINA AND •Mr; KAY THIS and following days at the Patent Ironstone China Rooms, No. it, Albemarle-street, THE whole of that VALUABLE PROPERTY will be submitted to the hammer, by order of the Executors of the late eminent proprietqr, for conversion into cash ;
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FURNITURE to be SOLD, consisting of a set of Spanish Patent Dining Tables, Telescope Frames of Zebra Wood, fourteen Chairs

FURNITURE to be SOLD, consisting of a set of Spanish Patent Dining Tables, Telescope Frames of Zebra Wood, fourteen Chairs

corresponding, a magnificent Sideboard Library Table, with Chair in Purple Morocco. The above is part of a select order, the property of a Gentleman, which, in consequence of the original plan of the house the goods were designed for having been materially altered and contracted
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
QHAWLS CLEANED.—T. WHITE repectrully KJ solicits the patronage of the Nobility and Gentry, having received the highest commendation for the

QHAWLS CLEANED.—T. WHITE repectrully KJ solicits the patronage of the Nobility and Gentry, having received the highest commendation for the

superior style in which India and other Shawls, Lace Dresses, Veils, and Scarfs, have been restored to their original beauty.—No. 46, Southampton-sow, Russellsquarc.—N. B, If sent by Wednesday; will be returned on the following Saturday. "
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO WASH or SHAVE with strong COMPOUN D SOAP, is the best means of preventing or removing pimples, tetters, and

TO WASH or SHAVE with strong COMPOUN D SOAP, is the best means of preventing or removing pimples, tetters, and

tubercles of the face, produced by cold and sharp easterly winds, or for preventing swellings or chilblains on the hands and feet, prepared only at WELDON'S, his Majesty's Chemist, 97, New Bond-street. Strong COMPOUND CAMMOR LINIMENT, prepared at the same place, is a superior Re
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF STOCKS—YESTERDAY. Bank Stock 2141 i i South Sea Stock 3 per Ct. Red. 764.77 1 /13787 I South

PRICES OF STOCKS—YESTERDAY. Bank Stock 2141 i i South Sea Stock 3 per Ct. Red. 764.77 1 /13787 I South

Sea Old Ann. 3 per Cent. Cone. 774Isi:i South Sea New Ann. , 3A per sent 89Vs 3 per Cent. 1781 4 per Cent. 951.1% Ex./1111s 2d. low. 15 17 p New 4 per Cent. 073 S 973:i 1 Ditto 500/. 15 17 p 3 per Cent. Wavy Ditto Smell 15 18 p Long Ann. 19 i4l Indorsed Ditto Imp. 3 per Cent. Co
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PENTONVILLE.—LEASEHOLD ESTATE, producing 60 guinea ' s' per annutn.—By WINSTANLY and SONS, at the Mart, on FRIDA Yr May 16,

PENTONVILLE.—LEASEHOLD ESTATE, producing 60 guinea ' s' per annutn.—By WINSTANLY and SONS, at the Mart, on FRIDA Yr May 16,

at Twelve o'clock, by order of the Executors of Mr. William' Boyer deceased, AN Eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE, consiqincr . of a DWELLING HOUSE, No. 9, opposite the Reservoir, 'le Middleton-terrace, leading from Penton-street to Rosoman-row, Pen tonville let on lease for an unexpired
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES.

PUBLIC SALES.

GARRAWAY'S, SEPT. 1 6. _ _Mr. JOSEPH BANKS. Leaseholds--The Jolly Anglers inn, Lea-bridge, Middlesex, containinF seven rooms, bar, cellarage, extensive wharf, three granaries, four-tier waggon lodge, stabling with lofts over for 24 horses, also an adjoining yard with stable and
18 September 1824 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL. NOTICE is hereby given, that the WEEKLY BOARD will meet on Tuesday, the 21st instant, to receive peal:rola

MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL. NOTICE is hereby given, that the WEEKLY BOARD will meet on Tuesday, the 21st instant, to receive peal:rola

for serving the Hospital with the following Articles for one fro ji j,ent Michaelmas Day next :—viz. Carcasses ef Wethe: Mutton, Xto,„"the to eleven stone, without the kidney fat, at per stone; fr 'e Buttock, and Leg of Mutton pieces of Beef, also Flank pieces, bone, at per ston
18 September 1824 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS.

FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS.

ARRIVALS.—Mr. and Mrs. Secretan, at the Hyde Park Hotel Park-place, from Essex ; ir George Brograve, Bart. at ditto', t, ieg Norfolk; Captain Bowles, at ditto, from Doncaster; Churchill, at ditto, from a tour; J. Tuge, Esq., at ditto, from• bridge; Francis Bruen, Esq. and the La
01 October 1824 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England