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a highly -respectable Establishment, there are VACANCIES for TW I l i 9 ee N TU ' iles of Piccadilly,

a highly -respectable Establishment, there are VACANCIES for TW I l i 9 ee N TU ' iles of Piccadilly,

where the number of Pupils is 0 YOUNG LADIES, or at the close of the Christmas Vacation. French y' rnesses resole in the house, and Masters of eminence attend twice a week.—For a card and references apply by letter, post t ::li ll :nistitio C citniii i ret k i,ElGlolt,ve, eel pa
06 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
REWSTER'S ALMOND and HONEY SOAP, cony bitting the emollient and- balsamic properties of Honey with the linost Almond Oil Soap,

REWSTER'S ALMOND and HONEY SOAP, cony bitting the emollient and- balsamic properties of Honey with the linost Almond Oil Soap,

and refreshing fragrance; it removes sunburns. and prevents chapped hands.—BREWsTER'S ASIATIC VEGETABLE. f.-Emmat.torr oocron-ratrur oil., 5... ...00w.ttog the growth of hair. invigorates the roots, gives strength and brilliancy to the bah, and causes aluxurious growth ; has onl
06 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
4,003,673 3,484,200 1,555,462 1,633,120 323,000 51,250

4,003,673 3,484,200 1,555,462 1,633,120 323,000 51,250

06 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CHAMBER OF PEERS lx .:EDNIZSDAY.

CHAMBER OF PEERS lx .:EDNIZSDAY.

At one o'clock M. Bastard de l'Etang, one of the Vice-Presidents, took the Chair, and after some preliminary proceedings, M. Barth', the Reporter of the Committ(e of the Address was called to the Tribune. M. BAWIRE, having waited some time for the Ministers to arrive, read the p
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MUNICIPAL BLECTIONS.

MUNICIPAL BLECTIONS.

CII ATIT AM AND ROCHESTER.—Thuraday being the day pointed for the election of Aldertnen, all parties were ou qui vire. For each of the lists there was an equality of votea! no Aldermen were consequently elected, and the Court brolcc up without doing any business.—West Kent Guard
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.. -- - The King's Stag Hounds will meet on Monday at Riching's Park; Friday, Stoke Green—half-past 11. The East Kent Hounds will meet on Monday at SeHinge Lees; Wednesday, Petham Kennel; Friday, Ashley—half-past 10. The Tickham Hounds will meet on Monday, at
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
METROVOLITAN RAILWAY SUSPENSION La- B P&M44. the mtbripalkaAllVlllTl4 south of the Thames, having also a common carriage way, and the

METROVOLITAN RAILWAY SUSPENSION La- B P&M44. the mtbripalkaAllVlllTl4 south of the Thames, having also a common carriage way, and the

usual footpaths, from CH URC H -STREET, Lambeth to M I LLBANK , WESTMINSTER, half way between Vauxhall and Westminster Bridges. Projected by Capt. Samuel Brown, R.N. Consulting Engineer, Sir John Rennie. In 6,000 shares of 301 each. Deposit 21 per share, of which 500 being taken
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. DIRECTORS. John Burgess, Esq. Charles Hensley, Eta. William Clay, Esq., M.P. William Jameson, Esq. James Cook,

METROPOLITAN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. DIRECTORS. John Burgess, Esq. Charles Hensley, Eta. William Clay, Esq., M.P. William Jameson, Esq. James Cook,

FIN. John Laurence, Eng. Thomss Fowler, Esq. William J. Leacher, Esq. Francis Fox, Eq. J. Francis 'goober', Esq. W. Storrs Fry, F.sq, J. Scl , oletield, F.sq , M.P. Robert Grant, Esq. Joseph Pease, Esq., M.P. Thomas H Hall, E•q. John Travers. Ego R. Hawes, jun., Esq., M.P. Georg
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DAILY GOVERNESS.—WANTED, in a family residing at the West-end of London, a LADY not less than 25 years of age,

DAILY GOVERNESS.—WANTED, in a family residing at the West-end of London, a LADY not less than 25 years of age,

who has been accustomed to teaching, and Is fully competent to INSTRUCT TWO GIRLS, of 11 and 9, lii the usual branches of education, including French, music, and drawing, without masters. Also a little Boy of 6. Daily attendance from ten till two o'clock.—Address (by letter, pos
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
E NGLISH, FRENCH, and FENCING TAUGHT, at ONE SHILLING a LESSON, by a Gentleman who has resided many years in

E NGLISH, FRENCH, and FENCING TAUGHT, at ONE SHILLING a LESSON, by a Gentleman who has resided many years in

Paris, and studied under the best masters. The Hamiltonian and Grammatical systems are adopted. The advertiser attends pupils within three miles of his address on the same terms.—For reference apply at 1, Prince's-street, Cavendish-square. MR. JAS. HERVET — VEGVILLE has the hono
09 January 1836 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England