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As PLAIN Coox, either in town or country, a middle-aged Woman, who underflands a dairy.—Direa (port Paid) to It. S.

As PLAIN Coox, either in town or country, a middle-aged Woman, who underflands a dairy.—Direa (port Paid) to It. S.

at Nu. 22, Marfball-t_treet, Golden-iquare.
February 21, 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A . Lad, 16 years ot age, who has been tome ti me ,in - Lundon under the' care of

A . Lad, 16 years ot age, who has been tome ti me ,in - Lundon under the' care of

his uncle at fchool, willies to engage hinifelf Waiter in a Tavtrn or Inn, or as F'ootboy in a favah Fantily.,-UireiFt,:to William Dempfey, at N. 40, Charlotte!beer, çurta,Shoredrch.
February 21, 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
UNFURNISHED APARTNIE'NTS.—Wanteci, for a tingle Gentleman, a Firft Floor, Unfurnifhed, in the vicinity of Bedford-fqoare, Thornhaugh-ftreet, or Francis wet, &c.—A

UNFURNISHED APARTNIE'NTS.—Wanteci, for a tingle Gentleman, a Firft Floor, Unfurnifhed, in the vicinity of Bedford-fqoare, Thornhaugh-ftreet, or Francis wet, &c.—A

line addrefred (pft paid) to Z. 0. at the Canybrid;e.Cof•- fee-houfl . ; Newman-fireet, ftatinz particulars,, with the at:rot:lnt of rent required, will be duly attended to.
February 17, 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO Merchants and Others.—Wants a SituatioP, a . youth, 17 years of age,. in a Merchant's Caurtting-hou e; he writes

TO Merchants and Others.—Wants a SituatioP, a . youth, 17 years of age,. in a Merchant's Caurtting-hou e; he writes

a good and expeditious hand, and is perfeet mafter of . accouuts.—A. line addretred to E. D. N 0,57, Caitle-ftreet, rough, 'wilt be duly attended to. l'S to engage with a family goin. abroad a young Woman of refrelability, who would have no 4 . jeEtiOn'to be Lady's Maid, Cook, o
February 17, 1807 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
111PLIIIAL P4:II.I4IIEMT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Fatemr, Fra. TO. Appeal, Merckle the Solic 7 tor- General was heard (or the Respondent.—Further eonsi

111PLIIIAL P4:II.I4IIEMT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Fatemr, Fra. TO. Appeal, Merckle the Solic 7 tor- General was heard (or the Respondent.—Further eonsi

feted no MondAy. In the Appeal, Lewes. Iffortean, Lord RE DES- D A LE and the LORD ‘NCY.L!.OR eon -urred in (minion, that the nr!er of the Court of Tarr, over-ruling several of the t , ieerti-mq to tha Reiynt toe Dcet:ty RememSrarter, ou;ht to be rc•rersed, ar. ! • Depr.ty R•mai
February 21, 1807 - British Press - London, London, England
 
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AM's/Cll. FUND. The twenty-first Co:.cert, for the benefit of this excellent Institution, was held at the Great Concert Room, King's Theatre. on Thursday last, and the high estimation it is held in, was fully evinced by the presence of tn,re than two thousand Nobility. Mr. led m
February 21, 1807 - British Press - London, London, England
 
. MISS t'S

. MISS t'S

MISS t'S TO THE In your Paper of Monday last, you stated that M'ss M kr. Lon petfirmed the part of Hussite, in The Jcdous at Drury lane Theatre, on Saturday night. and that having sprained her ancle, Sir Harry It as/s, in the sporting phrase, exclaimed. that iforriel was lame in
February 21, 1807 - British Press - London, London, England
 
I was read in Court, from which it appeared, that it did not extend to, or in any manner affea.

I was read in Court, from which it appeared, that it did not extend to, or in any manner affea.

the present charge. He was then sworn, and stated, that he knew the Prisoner, Haggerty, near nine years, and Holloway, seven; had been intimately acquainted with both, previous to the murder. He tr. quently met them =t the Turk's Head, and Black Horse porter houses, in Dyot stre
February 21, 1807 - British Press - London, London, England
 
HenfielJ S yews, aid Holloway a year and a half t' about 4 years age, he had seen them en

HenfielJ S yews, aid Holloway a year and a half t' about 4 years age, he had seen them en

together, at the Turk's Head, when he conversed with Haggerty, and observed to bun he had been lately in a good thing, as his dress much improved the prisoner said, he had left it all off now, as be) was serving a plaisterer, near Hounslow. He was dressed in a rem velveteen jack
February 21, 1807 - British Press - London, London, England
 
'I . . ; 4 ' • SUNDER 1288 s, • ACTED BUT THEATRE-KOYAL, DIWRY-LANP. ro.MORROW EVENING. Feb. 21. 1907,

'I . . ; 4 ' • SUNDER 1288 s, • ACTED BUT THEATRE-KOYAL, DIWRY-LANP. ro.MORROW EVENING. Feb. 21. 1907,

Their Majemiet' Servants will perform a New nay, re acts, ailed, THE CURFEW. The Mutie composed by Mr. Atwood. N or mans: Hugh de T.aey, Mr. Barryinore; Robert, Mr. armorer; Mr. H. Siddons,• Walter, Mr. Penley ; Mr. Eyre. Ma , iitla, Mm Powell ; Florence, ...Dan's: Fitzharrling,
February 20, 1807 - British Press - London, London, England