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COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—WEDNEsDAY.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—WEDNEsDAY.

(Sittings in Banco.) THE' QUEEN V. ROBINSON. This case came before the court on an appeal against a Quarter eSpelsesaiodneds. the Thede- f c e o n n d v a i n c conviction o w n a s of indicted the for Court a n f ult. certificate of the magistrates dismissing the complaint, the
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
UNION-HALL.

UNION-HALL.

Yesterday, James - Sp — a - v - ks - : the landlord of the White Hart Inn, High-street, Southwark, was summoned at the instance of Inspector Mason, of the M division, for refusing to provide quarters for a corporal and private of the 29th regiment of foot. Inspector Mason stated
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
T HE LIFE and WORKS of SIR WALTER SCOTT, uniform in 98 Volumes, small Bvo, 198 Engravings. I. LIFE. By

T HE LIFE and WORKS of SIR WALTER SCOTT, uniform in 98 Volumes, small Bvo, 198 Engravings. I. LIFE. By

Mr. LOCKHART. 10 Vols. 21 Engravings. Just completed. 2. WAVERLEY NOVELS. 48 Vols. 96 Engravings. 3. POETRY. 12 Vols. 25 Engravings. With the Author's Introductions of 1830, various readings, and Editor's Notes, not to be found in any other editions. 4. PROSE WRITINGS. 28 Vols.
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WESTERN LITERARY and SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, No. 47, Leicester-square. —A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING will take place in the THEATRE of the

WESTERN LITERARY and SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, No. 47, Leicester-square. —A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING will take place in the THEATRE of the

INSTITUTION, on MONDAY EVENING, the 16th Inst., at Eight o'clock precisely. The attendance of the Members Is most earnestly solicited, as business of the very first Importance will be brought forward. (By order) THOS. JARMAN, Secretary.
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WANTED, a SITUATION, in a house of business, as DRESSMAKER, or SECOND-HAND, a highly-respectable young Person, whe has served her

WANTED, a SITUATION, in a house of business, as DRESSMAKER, or SECOND-HAND, a highly-respectable young Person, whe has served her

time in one of the first houses at the West-end, and by whom she can be recommended. Salary not so much an object as a comfortable home,---Address by letter, pre-paid, A. D., 28, Chapel-street, Belgrave-square.
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
roCUNIARY LOANS of £lO, £l5, £2O, and upwards to £5OO, are GRANTED, without delay, to respectable Persons of either sex,

roCUNIARY LOANS of £lO, £l5, £2O, and upwards to £5OO, are GRANTED, without delay, to respectable Persons of either sex,

on the security of responsible housekeepers. A Policy of Assurance on the life of the borrower is sometimes taken as a collateral security.—Apply at the offices of the Albert Life Assurance, Reversionary Interest, and Loan Company, 5, Frith-street, Soho, from Nine to Nine.
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ARNOLD, Chronometer, Clock, and Watchmaker, takes the liberty of informing his Friends and the Public, that his partnership having expired,

ARNOLD, Chronometer, Clock, and Watchmaker, takes the liberty of informing his Friends and the Public, that his partnership having expired,

the BUSINESS will in future be CARRIED ON in his own name only at No. 84, STRAND, the corner of Cecil-street, and solicits a continuance of their favours. lie has made arrangements which enable him to assure with confidence all who may honour him with their orders that they will
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
VURS.—WATERPROOF CLOTH COATS, lined throughout with Fur.—The Proprietors of the Hudson's Bay Fur Establishment have the honour to announce that,

VURS.—WATERPROOF CLOTH COATS, lined throughout with Fur.—The Proprietors of the Hudson's Bay Fur Establishment have the honour to announce that,

in compliance with the wishes of several Noblemen and Gentlemen, they have manufactured an assortment of COATS, from the Patent Waterproof Cloth, lined throughout with Fur. The most ap. proved modes have been adopted, and they are manufactured in a superior style by first-rate A
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RICH SABLE DEPOT.—G. W. JONES, Manufacturing Furrier, No, 107, Oxford-street, exactly opposite Argyll-street. No connection with any pretended Fur Company.

RICH SABLE DEPOT.—G. W. JONES, Manufacturing Furrier, No, 107, Oxford-street, exactly opposite Argyll-street. No connection with any pretended Fur Company.

Having just completed a very extensive and beautiful assortment of the above article (rich sable), manufactured in every style, as capes, hoods, mantles, boas, &c., G. NV. J. respectfully solicits the inspection of all ladies desirous of purchasing, and is sure they will find it
12 November 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE VALETUDINARIAN'S PILL.-This renowned Pill, prepared from the recipe of a late Court Physician, is a mild and efficient remedy

THE VALETUDINARIAN'S PILL.-This renowned Pill, prepared from the recipe of a late Court Physician, is a mild and efficient remedy

for Bile, Spasms, Liver, and all Stomach Diseues ; stronly recommended to professional and literary men, and others engaged in sedentary occupations. As a healthy restorative it has never been known to fail. Prepared and sold by J. WEBB CHALLICE, Chemist and Druggist, 403, Hackn
01 June 1865 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England