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WAR-OFFICE, AratL 3S.

WAR-OFFICE, AratL 3S.

I2tb Roglßtat of light Praeanoa Carat leraard to b» Lleuteoaat, by purchsM. vlca Miller, who rvtlrva, Thoma* H,nr. Clifton. Oenl., to b* Cornet, by vte* Bernard. 4»b Kegliaaet of Boat John Cowvil Barttey, Gent., to b* En»|* parchaac. vte* Nolan, appelatod to tb* I4tb Light Orago
April 29, 1839 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO PARENTS anti GUARDIANS.—A VACANCY now occurs au established MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, which journeymen can get constant employ very high wages.

TO PARENTS anti GUARDIANS.—A VACANCY now occurs au established MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, which journeymen can get constant employ very high wages.

The great scarcity of hands In the business, together with the enormous high wages demanded, lathe principal Inducement for the Advertiser to take a youth. For particulars inquire Mr. J. M. Ssunderson, No. 38, Red Lion-square, Holhorn. TO CLICKERS.—WANTED several good HANDS thor
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LEITH ELECTION.

LEITH ELECTION.

(From the Edinburgh Obterver of Friday.) Yftiterday, to public advertisement, the elector* Leith met in the Trini'y-houie, hear the Lord Advocate declare hi* political opinions, and the grounds on which claimed their suffrages. The meeting, which was both tiutnerons and respecta
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FLANDERS AND DUTCH PAPERS.

FLANDERS AND DUTCH PAPERS.

BRUSSELS, April 24. M, Nothomb arrived Brusiela yeatcrday ev, nioß. Buroo Bulow arrived Rotterdam on Monday, board the Batavier ateam-boat from London. The tribunal paaaed aentenceon Meaira. Riea, Defoaae, and Woeate, who were accused of having acted agents for the lottery of th
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HIGH WATER THIS DAY AT LON DON.BRIDGE. Morning. «ft»r 2 —Afternoon. 2-

HIGH WATER THIS DAY AT LON DON.BRIDGE. Morning. «ft»r 2 —Afternoon. 2-

April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HV JACKSON and Co.—A GENERAL DEALER'S, with Circulating Library, of between and volumes, for 45/., In the neighbourhood of Oxford-street—returns

HV JACKSON and Co.—A GENERAL DEALER'S, with Circulating Library, of between and volumes, for 45/., In the neighbourhood of Oxford-street—returns

about per week —premises consist of shop, parlour, and yard, washhouse, kitchens, and cellars, four rooms stairs—rent 30 guineas—let off 6*. per week, could let more—has been established many years. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Jackson and Co., No. 26, Brydges•treet,
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FREE LICENSED ALE and BEER-HOUSE be LET, pleasantly situate, and doing good trade. The premises are respectable, convenient, and low

FREE LICENSED ALE and BEER-HOUSE be LET, pleasantly situate, and doing good trade. The premises are respectable, convenient, and low

rented, litted-up quite in the public-house style, with every useful requisite, and may be entered to suit the incoming party, who will find this a select concern. Fc.rthe address apply to Mr. Moriey, No. 25, Harrlson-street, Gray’s Inn road.
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CHEESEMONGERS want ol SHUT-UP PREMISES.—Mr. WOHLEY is requested lo DISPOSE OF the above respectable CONCERN, situate « dense populated neighbourhood

CHEESEMONGERS want ol SHUT-UP PREMISES.—Mr. WOHLEY is requested lo DISPOSE OF the above respectable CONCERN, situate « dense populated neighbourhood

that will always command business. The premises are in good condition, contain six rooms, including a commanding double fronted shop, filted-up superioi manner, with every useful requisite. Possession may be had by paying for the fixtures. Apply at No. 110, Goswsll-street; or No
April 29, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PAPERS.

FRENCH PAPERS.

PARIS, April 27.—A letter from the Russian frontiers, in a Frankfort journal, announces as near at hand the return of what is called the United Greek Church to the Greek Russian church The letter endeavours to shew that this return is voluntary; but• we know what to think of it.
April 29, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKFTS (Tins DAY.)

MONEY MARKFTS (Tins DAY.)

CITY, TWELVE o'Clock.—By the Tagus steamer, from Lisbon, we have received the Mediterranean mail and the wissiDg letterrs brought by the last overland despatch from I n dia, but they add nothing to our previous information trim t hat quarter. The only intelligence from Malta is
April 29, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England