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BELGRAVE AUCTION, HOUSE, and ESTATE AGENCY OFFICE, Grosvenor - street, Eaton - square.--Mr. WILMOT respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry

BELGRAVE AUCTION, HOUSE, and ESTATE AGENCY OFFICE, Grosvenor - street, Eaton - square.--Mr. WILMOT respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry

in its vicinity and at the West.end generally, that he is now PREPARING a of FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED HOUSES for their inspection. He has at his disposal, with others, some of the most splendid Residences in the neighbo srhood. Mr. Wilmot will feel obliged by the earliest in f
20 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ABLIND MAN.—Three years since an industrious Bricklayer, by a fall from a scaffold, was totally disabled, and became blind. His

ABLIND MAN.—Three years since an industrious Bricklayer, by a fall from a scaffold, was totally disabled, and became blind. His

wife has since worked hard to support him and four young children. Sickness and misfortune have, however, so entirely reduced the afflicted family as to render necessary this last resource, an APPEAL to the BENEVOLENT, which is strongly recommended to their notice by the Rev. Ro
11 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
8 OP TRH MORNING HERALD. ;titl e d b er to check the resumption of the radicals, lith e %

8 OP TRH MORNING HERALD. ;titl e d b er to check the resumption of the radicals, lith e %

) 1 4 th e orga n , of gove rnment, p and who, as in every take the trouble to inquire into the truth N„., , rhi c h o a s e you two statements showing the a t d e - IS t el 4 , 7 4 " o2 4v ent e s c i r n u c e e d it t s o fi t r h t e con t s i e u rva i t n iv l e B: ;:t . u
11 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PIANOFORTE to be SOLD for less than half the original Cost; it is a very sweet, full-toned Semi-Grand, with handsome

PIANOFORTE to be SOLD for less than half the original Cost; it is a very sweet, full-toned Semi-Grand, with handsome

French polished exterior, &c., by Broadwood. It will be a decided bargain to any family in want of a superior instrument. To save trouble, the lowest price is 30 g u i neas —F or f urt h er part i cu l ars i nqu i re at 1, Seymour-street, E ston-square. DR. RYAN has REMOVED to N
11 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
6 sanction of the plaintiff. Upon this, application was made to the plaintiff by the defendant, stating his right TO

6 sanction of the plaintiff. Upon this, application was made to the plaintiff by the defendant, stating his right TO

the renewal from the duchy, and at tee same time offering to repay such money as the plaintiff had disbursed for the tine. In answer to ths, the plaintiff agreed to waive all his right to the lease from the duchy, on repayment of the gum of money he had p aid, but, at the same t
14 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OFFICE OF CHELSEA WATER WORKS, great Queen-street, Westminster, March 2, 1837. T N pursuance of a Resolution of a General

OFFICE OF CHELSEA WATER WORKS, great Queen-street, Westminster, March 2, 1837. T N pursuance of a Resolution of a General

Court held This Day, the ANNUAL GENERAL COURT of the Governor and Company of CHELSEA WATER WORKS, for the ELECTION of a GOVERNOR, DEPUTY GOVERNOR, and DIRECTORS, for the year ensuing, will be held at the Office on THURSDAY. the 30th of March, at One °clock precisely, till which
14 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO be DISPOSED OF, very cheap, a BAROUCHE, be for English or Continental travelling, with two 'mats, imperial trunks, &c.,

TO be DISPOSED OF, very cheap, a BAROUCHE, be for English or Continental travelling, with two 'mats, imperial trunks, &c.,

the property of a gentleman, to whom referen ce can b e given—To be seen at Howard and Parker's, 101, Long-ac re . TOWN CHARIOT.—To be SOLD, a h an d some fashionable TOWN CHARIOT, built to order by one of the firstrpte coachmakers in London, in excellent condition, having been
14 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WANTED to RENT, within a few miles of London — the neighbourhood of Hornsey or Sydenham would be preferreda HOUSE,

WANTED to RENT, within a few miles of London — the neighbourhood of Hornsey or Sydenham would be preferreda HOUSE,

containing drawing, dining, and breakfast rooms, three or four best-bed rooms, and servants' rooms, with coach house and stable, and moderate-sized garden.—Full particulars, with the lowest terms, to be addressed, post paid, A. 8., care of Mr. Methvin, Store-street, Bedfordsquar
14 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
-- 1 1 HE Parents of a YOUNG GENTLEMAN, 17'years of age, wish to PLACE HIM in a Clergyman or

-- 1 1 HE Parents of a YOUNG GENTLEMAN, 17'years of age, wish to PLACE HIM in a Clergyman or

Gentleman's f amily, where he will be PERFECTED in the useful parts of Elni. CATION, particularly history. geography, Frenob, and other acquirements necessary in the present day. The number of pupils not to exceed four: Salary about 80/ per annum.—Letters, post paid, addressed R
14 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Foreign Literature.—By Dlr. HODGSON, at his Great Room, 192, Fleetstreet, on THURSDAY, March 16, and twoiollowing Days at half-past Twelve,

Foreign Literature.—By Dlr. HODGSON, at his Great Room, 192, Fleetstreet, on THURSDAY, March 16, and twoiollowing Days at half-past Twelve,

ACollection of Classical, Foreign, Scientic,• and other Works, consigned from the Continent, including botany, metacine, anatomy, antiquities, poetry, history, divinity, architecture, and miscellaneous literature.—To be viewed and catalogues had. _ Nursery Stock. MR. J. KING wil
14 March 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England