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LONDON GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY. NOTICE is hereby given that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the next

LONDON GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY. NOTICE is hereby given that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the next

Session for leave to bring in a BILL for making, constructing, and maintaining a RAILWAY or RAILWAYS, or TRAM ROAD, or TRAM ROADS, with proper warehonses, wharfs, tunnels, bridges, and suitable and commodious erections, works, and conveniences attached thereto, or connected ther
October 15, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
10111 ENTONVILLE.—APARTMENTS, Furnished, at 27, 1 Henry-street, where there are no children, two bed rooms, with one or two sitting

10111 ENTONVILLE.—APARTMENTS, Furnished, at 27, 1 Henry-street, where there are no children, two bed rooms, with one or two sitting

rooms. References given and required.—Apply as above. PURNISH — ED APARTMENTS.—To be LET, in a respectable private house, in the neighbourhood of Portman-square and Hyde-park, a DRAWING-ROOM FLOOR of THREE ROOMS, with an extra bed room if required.—For cards apply at 236, Oxford
October 15, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MILETING. TUESDAY NIGHT. Further particulars of this day's races:— First Class Plate.—Col. Peel's colt made

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MILETING. TUESDAY NIGHT. Further particulars of this day's races:— First Class Plate.—Col. Peel's colt made

running to the top of the hill, where Marmalade challenged, and the two were clear of the ruck before they reached the cords; a very tine race ended in lavouir of the filly by a neck. Lord Berners' colt and Annaline were at the fag end of a tolerably long tail. Second Class Plat
October 15, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS BUTLER, or Butler and Valet, a respectable Man, 30 ytars, 5 feet 10i inches high, who has lived in

AS BUTLER, or Butler and Valet, a respectable Man, 30 ytars, 5 feet 10i inches high, who has lived in

families of the highest respectability, understands his business in all its branches, and whose character will bear the strictest investigation, and the Gentleman is now in town with whom he last lived; has no objection to town or country.—DirectJ.R., 31, Harrow. street, Lisson-
October 15, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS THOROUGH IN-DOOR SERVANT, out of livery, where a boy is kept, no objection to a single-handed place, a young

AS THOROUGH IN-DOOR SERVANT, out of livery, where a boy is kept, no objection to a single-handed place, a young

Man, 33 years of age, who understands his business in all its branches.—Direct G. 8., Mr. Chambers, grocer, Marchmont-street, Brunswick-square. As FOOTMAN, in or out of livery, a young Man, who has lived in the first families. Can have an unexceptionable character from the place
October 15, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MISS MITFORD'S NEW WORK. This day, in 3 vols post Bvo, BELFORD 11 EGI S. By the Author of "

MISS MITFORD'S NEW WORK. This day, in 3 vols post Bvo, BELFORD 11 EGI S. By the Author of "

Our Village," &c. " Miss Mitford is the very Wilson of English story-telling—a pen-andink Claude—full of freshness and rural pleasures. Here she is, In the very streets of Belford Regis,' as delightful Our Village.'" New Monthly. Richard Bentley, 8, New Burlington-street. NOW RE
October 15, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COUNTY OF WARWICK,

COUNTY OF WARWICK,

about two miles from Rugby, three from Dunchunl, five from Daventry, 18 from Coventry, and IS from Northampton.—Descriptive particulars, with plans, may be had one month prier to the sale, of Mr. Townsend, ku the estate; at the place of sale; of John Mammatt, Esq., Ashby:de-la-
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
immediately by Gen. Bernette. I am firmly persuaded, and such is also the belief of Col. Conrad, that this was

immediately by Gen. Bernette. I am firmly persuaded, and such is also the belief of Col. Conrad, that this was

the only means worthy of our attention, and the only resource left for extricating us from our perilous position. All our projects were rendered useless, and I was once more obliged to abandon my well-digested plans. An order came from the Government &rect. ing the foreign legio
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20.

THE MORNING HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20.

MARYLEBONE PARObRIAL COMMITTEE. Yesterday evening the Committee of the parish of St. Mary. lebone met at the rooms in Holles-street, Cavendish-square, for the purpose of resuming the adjourned debate ; Mr. WARD in the chair. . _ Previous to the business of the evening being proc
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

-- Sin,— I have read with pleasure your excellent report of my application at Guildhall, for a warrant against a person whom, by mistake, you have called Chappell, for cancelling his own acceptance of a bill of exchange for 1501, presented to him for payment, on Saturday, and th
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England