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EDUUATION.—A CLERGYMAN of th e Ch urc h o f England, and A. M. of Cambridge, receives into house YOUNG

EDUUATION.—A CLERGYMAN of th e Ch urc h o f England, and A. M. of Cambridge, receives into house YOUNG

GENTLEMEN to BOARD and EDUCATE, to whose domestic comfort great attention Is plid, and each boy has a separate bed. The course of instruction comprises the Greek and Latin classics. mathematic, arithmetic,land-surveying,by the theodolite, mapping,and drawing; French, geography,
08 December 1832 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WANTED, a BUSINESS in the COUNTRY, by a Person who has ill-health, and who has no objection to any trade

WANTED, a BUSINESS in the COUNTRY, by a Person who has ill-health, and who has no objection to any trade

or business he may think himself capable of undertaking. To save trouble, none need apply whose profits do not amount (after paying rent and taxes, and other business expenses) to 150/ per annum. Or any one having a good House and Shop to Let, in any of the neighbouring market t
08 December 1832 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD, April 28. Our supply of Cattle was rather short this day, amounting to 2,406 head of Beasts, 16,540 Sheep

SMITHFIELD, April 28. Our supply of Cattle was rather short this day, amounting to 2,406 head of Beasts, 16,540 Sheep

and Lambs, 310 Pigs, and 200 Calves. Beef is without variation from Friday, but Pork may be quoted id. per lb. dearer than (111 that day. The same advance has also taken place in Lamb, which has been in good demand, and Mutton has sold readily at id. per lb. above Friday's p r i
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BAKER STREET, PORTMAN SQUARE.—Capital TOWN RESIDENCE, with Possession.—By Mr. HENRY WILSON, on the Premises, on TFIURSDAY, May I, at One

BAKER STREET, PORTMAN SQUARE.—Capital TOWN RESIDENCE, with Possession.—By Mr. HENRY WILSON, on the Premises, on TFIURSDAY, May I, at One

o'Clock. A N Excellent LEASEI-lOLD RESIDENCE, with riLdouble Coachhouse and Three-stall Stable,lmost desirably situate No. 46, on the west side of Baker-street, Portman-square. The House is planned for the accommodation of a Family of Distinction, and is fitted up with great tas
29 April 1823 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COMPA NY of MILITIA —A Gentleman, qualified, may obtain the above CommifEon, in one of the moft relpeaahle County Regiments.

COMPA NY of MILITIA —A Gentleman, qualified, may obtain the above CommifEon, in one of the moft relpeaahle County Regiments.

Addrefs letters, with real name, to D. D. D. to the care of Mr, Chamley, Perfumes, No. 138, Long-acre, Londim.—All letters are defired to be port free.
18 March 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
'TUITION in MUSIC.—Mr. WATLEN, Compofer of the celebrated Battle off Trafalgar, and feveral other Pie Les of Mufic ' refpeelfully

'TUITION in MUSIC.—Mr. WATLEN, Compofer of the celebrated Battle off Trafalgar, and feveral other Pie Les of Mufic ' refpeelfully

informs the Public, that his New Method of Teacking grown-up Ladies and Gentlemen the Pianoforte and Singing, ,J Sixteen Leffons, has given general fatisfaftion, and the utaaft kerecy is obferved with rcipeEt to his Pupil who had not the opportunity of attending to this pleafing
18 March 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO Merchants, Brokers, &c.—anted, by a young Man, 18 years of ago,. a Situation in a Merchant, Broker's, or other

TO Merchants, Brokers, &c.—anted, by a young Man, 18 years of ago,. a Situation in a Merchant, Broker's, or other

countinphouce. He has been fome time in- a Broker's, underttands accounts perfealy, writes a plain expeditious hand, knows town *ell, and can have an undeniable charaeler from his late einpl..lyer.-,—Addrefs (poft paid) to A. B. at No. 40, Eaft-ttreet, Red-lion-(quare, Holborn.
18 March 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES'S.

PRINCE OF WALES'S.

THIS EVENING, at Eight, SCHOOL: Messrs. Hare, Montague, Addison, Glover, and Bancroft: Mesdames Carlotta Addison, Buckingham White, and Marie Wilton. Also A WINNING HAZARD and A LAME EXCUSE: Messrs. Blakeley, Montgomery, Collette, Terries; Misses A. and B. Wilton. QUEEN'S. THIS
29 June 1869 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SURREY.

SURREY.

THIS EVENING, at Seven, DOT - : Caleb Plummer, Mr. J. L. Poole; Perrybingle, Mr. H. Irving; Edward, Mr. K Phelps; Tackleton, Mr. Vollaire ; Dot, Miss De Vere : Bertha, Miss C. Western; Tilly Slowboy, Miss E. Lenard; Mr. Edgar. Followed by DEARER THAN LIFE: Michael Garner. Mr. J.
29 June 1869 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BRITANNIA.

BRITANNIA.

THIS EVENING, at a before Seven. THE SONS O r FREEDOM: Mr. W. H. Pitt. Miss M. Booth. Last Week 9. A. Booth, Velocipedist. Violin Solo, by Miss S. vie, the 'Signora Paganini.' Messrs. Persivani and De Ronde, Acrobats. To conclude with THE BLUE-EYED WITCH: Mr. J. Reynolds, Miss J
29 June 1869 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England