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ST. STEPHEN'S CHAPEL.

ST. STEPHEN'S CHAPEL.

. • We, the undersigned, having heard that it is the intentroti "take down without delay the walls of this chapel, with a to safety," and being assured its stability, and fee." l3 3 strongly, as we do, its value, as one of the most important-Int interesting of our national monum
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CONCERT ROOM, KING'S THEATRE.

CONCERT ROOM, KING'S THEATRE.

Yesterday morning the Misses Elouis had their concert at this room, when they were supported by a sufficient number of friends, to prove that as artistes they have won the esteem of a pretty wide circle. They are very clever performers on the harp. They executed on this occasion
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
In square 12m0. New Edit., enlarged 7s 6d bd. (smaller Edition Ss NEW POCKET DICTIONARY of the FRENCH and ENGLISH

In square 12m0. New Edit., enlarged 7s 6d bd. (smaller Edition Ss NEW POCKET DICTIONARY of the FRENCH and ENGLISH

LANGUAGES. In Two Parts, French and English— English and French; containing all words of general use, and authorised by the best writers. By THOMAS NUGEN f. LL.D.—To which added, Many Idiomatic Phrases, and all the New Words inserted in Montardier lind Le Cierc's last edition of
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
~ ..... 1 FO2ortthci‘f:pnr:, ZING INTELLIGENCE. ITliTe - Cit. to positively the h fine teak ship LORD HUNGERPORD, 736 tons,

~ ..... 1 FO2ortthci‘f:pnr:, ZING INTELLIGENCE. ITliTe - Cit. to positively the h fine teak ship LORD HUNGERPORD, 736 tons,

' C. FARQUHARSON, R N., Commander. This ship has most superior accommodation for passengers and will carry an experienced Surgeon. —For freight or passage i Coffeehouse ; to Sir C. Coc aPP Y to 'l'. and Co , 14arIFILde HELE: A-and to the Commander, at the Jerusalem Bart., and Co
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
• QTEAM to STOCKTON, - SUNDERLAND, and NEW- Li CASTLE, callinf off YARMOUTH, SCARBOROUGH, and WHITBY—The MAJLSTIC. steam ship, J.

• QTEAM to STOCKTON, - SUNDERLAND, and NEW- Li CASTLE, callinf off YARMOUTH, SCARBOROUGH, and WHITBY—The MAJLSTIC. steam ship, J.

MAIN Commander, leaves W the new Steam-packet harf, London-bridge, every Saturday night with goods and passengers.—JAcssoN, BLENKAttx and wharfingers. Booking-offices —R. C. Colman, Charittg-cross: John Co ' ulthard, 129, Oxford -street. QTEAM to HERNE BAY.—An EXCURSION to HERNE
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICE to CREDITORS.—ESTATE of Mr. ANTHONY BAILEY, late of No. 12, Devonshire-street, Mile-endroad, deceased.—All persons haying any CLAIM or DEMAND

NOTICE to CREDITORS.—ESTATE of Mr. ANTHONY BAILEY, late of No. 12, Devonshire-street, Mile-endroad, deceased.—All persons haying any CLAIM or DEMAND

against the ESTATE or EFFECTS of the above deceased, are hereby required to send in the aceount.of the same, on or before the 31st of July Instant, to Messrs. Blunt, Roy. Blunt, and Duncan, No. 10, Liverpool.street, London, in order that the same be examined, and, if found corre
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON. — BOARD and RESIDENCE. —A GENTLEMAN and his WIFE, or TWO LADIES or GENTLEMEN, wishing for a quiet and

KENSINGTON. — BOARD and RESIDENCE. —A GENTLEMAN and his WIFE, or TWO LADIES or GENTLEMEN, wishing for a quiet and

genteel home, can be RECEIVED in the HOUSE of a LADY, which affor. s every domestic comfort, in the most healthy and beautiful part of Kensington.—Address at Mr. Fase's I, Edwardes-terrace, Kensington.
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MUNICH, one of the most delightful residences in Germany, a WIDOW LADY, of high connections and good society, occupying a

MUNICH, one of the most delightful residences in Germany, a WIDOW LADY, of high connections and good society, occupying a

spacious house, provided with English comforts, can ACCOMMODATE a SMALL FAMILY. or TWO or THREE LADIES, who may wish to pass some -ti me a t an d partake of the varied an d exceedingly moderate winter amusements of this frequented city. To prevent trouble the terms are 60/ per a
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ALADY, who ke e p s a hi g hl y respec t a bl e School in Hampshire for

ALADY, who ke e p s a hi g hl y respec t a bl e School in Hampshire for

a limited number of Xoung Ladies, wishes for an ARTICLED PUPIL or HALF BOARDER. She will receive parental care and tenderness with a solid and well-grounded education, and if required an ornamental one. A Parisian Lady resides in the house, and the language is constantly spoken
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
1 . A BELLE SAUVAGE, Ludgate-hill.—Very CHEAP LÀ and well appointed FOUR-INSIDE _COACHES to Liverposl, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Coventry, Edinburgh,

1 . A BELLE SAUVAGE, Ludgate-hill.—Very CHEAP LÀ and well appointed FOUR-INSIDE _COACHES to Liverposl, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Coventry, Edinburgh,

Glasgow, Carlisle. Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, and Northampton, DAILY. ROBERT NELSON, and Co„ Proprietors. Bath, Bristol, Oxford, Cheltenham, Southampton, Portsmouth, Isle of Wight, Hastings, Tunbridge Wells, Brighton, Dover, Canterbury, Lincoln, C
July 11, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England