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SPORTING INTALLIGENCR. TATTERSALL'S-YESTERDAY.

SPORTING INTALLIGENCR. TATTERSALL'S-YESTERDAY.

THE DERBY—The betting yesterday effected a decline in each of the three principal favourites, and was in other respects of some importance. There was a marked disposition to bet against Jereed and bro to Slay Middleton, and very little to back them but Benedict, although backed
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Residence, No 25, on the South Side of Cavendish-square. ELGOOD a.rid WARD are instructed by the cutors of Edward Holland,

Residence, No 25, on the South Side of Cavendish-square. ELGOOD a.rid WARD are instructed by the cutors of Edward Holland,

E sq ., d ecease d , to to Al - Exe - PEREMPTORY SALE, in the ensiling month of May (unless an offer is made by Private Contract), an excellent, moderate-siLed FAMILY HOUSE, having a good entrance hall, with very handsome wide stone staircase ot easy ascent, library, and dining
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CHURCH PREFERMENT.—WANTED to PURCHASE. the ADVOWSON or NEXT PRESENTATION to a SMALL LIVING. eligibly situate near a good market town,

CHURCH PREFERMENT.—WANTED to PURCHASE. the ADVOWSON or NEXT PRESENTATION to a SMALL LIVING. eligibly situate near a good market town,

with a pro. svect of very early possession.—Address by letter, post paid, Rev. A. 8., Post.offire. Chepstow. TO LADIES of DISTINCTION.—The WIDOW of a - late eminent at gyman, a lady of the first respectability, lady. like manners, and genteel depotrtment. who has all her life mo
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- DRIVATE TUITION in FRANCE.—A Married CLER- L GYMAN, M.A., residing in a pleasant town the ?.torth of France, is

- DRIVATE TUITION in FRANCE.—A Married CLER- L GYMAN, M.A., residing in a pleasant town the ?.torth of France, is

desirous of RECEIVING into his Family FOUR PUPILS under 14 years of age, to educate with his own children, or prepare for the public schools. Every attention will be paid to the domestic comforts of the young gentlemen, who will, In all respects, be treated as part of the family
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CARD PLATE ENGRAVING.— A Card Plate Engraved, the Copper Plate, and One Hundred Cards furnished, complete, for Five Shillings, at

CARD PLATE ENGRAVING.— A Card Plate Engraved, the Copper Plate, and One Hundred Cards furnished, complete, for Five Shillings, at

the British Paper Ware House, 46, Cornhill, London. F OR SALE, a Rosewood COTTAGE PIANO, recently bought for 40/ preaent price 20 guineas—at 57, Conduit-street, Begent-stnet. -
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DETACHED COTTAGE RESIDENCE, delightfully situate near Hampton Court, and within a short distance of the Thames, perfectly dry, and consists

DETACHED COTTAGE RESIDENCE, delightfully situate near Hampton Court, and within a short distance of the Thames, perfectly dry, and consists

of drawing, dining, and breakfast rooms; live bed rooms, and all requisite offices ; dcuble coach house, with servants' rooms over, three-stall stable, enclosed garden, orchard, pleasure ground, and 10 acres of meadow land adjoining • together with cows. Coaches pass the gate.—A
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Russell-place, Fitzroy-square.—Excellent Family Residence, with Coach House, Stabling and Offices. - MESSRS. WINSTANLEY are instructed to OFFER

SALES BY AUCTION. Russell-place, Fitzroy-square.—Excellent Family Residence, with Coach House, Stabling and Offices. - MESSRS. WINSTANLEY are instructed to OFFER

for SALE by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tuts DAT, April 4, at Twelve, the GROUND LEASE, for the remainder of a term of 99 years, at only .e 9 19s per annum, of a convenient and comfortable FAMILY RESIDENCE, situate No. 18, Russell-place, Fitzroy-square, containing good dining and draw
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Great Sale of Indian Curiosities from North America.—To the Trade, Collectors, and others, for positive Sale, without Reserve.—By Mr. IZOD,

Great Sale of Indian Curiosities from North America.—To the Trade, Collectors, and others, for positive Sale, without Reserve.—By Mr. IZOD,

at the Auction Mart, Bartholomew-lane, on WEDNESDAY and TH vas - DAY, April 12 and 13, at Tuelve each Day, by Order of the Consignee. TN this Splendid Collection will be found, a Male Indian _1 Costume, Sioux tribe; a male Indian costume, Sawing; two male Indian costumes, Abenak
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
For unreserved Sale.—By Mr. DIXON, at his Itepository, Barbican, on FRIDAY. April 7, at Twelve, THE following three superior Horses,

For unreserved Sale.—By Mr. DIXON, at his Itepository, Barbican, on FRIDAY. April 7, at Twelve, THE following three superior Horses,

Carriage, and Harness. One of the strongest and best-shaped gray cobs probably ever seen, master of 20 stone, a good roadster, and for any description of one horse family carriage Is really an acquisition. Pair of first rate fashionable, young, seasoned gray carriage horses, ele
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
----- Grosvenor-place.—Elegant Furniture, Plated Goods, China, Glass, Three Pianofortes, a Guitar, and Effects.—By Mr. NVILMOT, on the Premises, No. 38,

----- Grosvenor-place.—Elegant Furniture, Plated Goods, China, Glass, Three Pianofortes, a Guitar, and Effects.—By Mr. NVILMOT, on the Premises, No. 38,

Grosvenor-place, on MONDAY, April 10, and Four followinK Days, at Twelve, by order of the Executors of Thomas Bligh, THE Bed Rooms, in adaition to an assemblage of other articles, contain mahogany, four-post, tent, and other bedsteads, h an gings, fine goose feather beds and bed
04 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England