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THE STRAUSS BAND, led by Mons. SCHALLEHN, will give a SERIES of EVENING CONCERTS, THIS WEEK, at the EGYPTIAN HALL,

THE STRAUSS BAND, led by Mons. SCHALLEHN, will give a SERIES of EVENING CONCERTS, THIS WEEK, at the EGYPTIAN HALL,

Piccadilly. Commence at Eight. Admittance Is: Reserved Seats, 25.
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
14R. CIPRIANI POTTER respectfully acquaints the Nobility and Gentry that his MORNING CONCERT is fixed for THURSDAY, June 6, at

14R. CIPRIANI POTTER respectfully acquaints the Nobility and Gentry that his MORNING CONCERT is fixed for THURSDAY, June 6, at

the HANOVER-SQUARE ROOMS, to commence at Two o'clock.—Tickets to be had of Mr. Potter, 27, Osnaburgstreet, and at the principal music shops. A/ER,. THOMAS ADAMS, Director of the Orchestra at the Court of StJames's and the Nobilities' parties. has the honour to announce to his nu
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
lAMAICA.—SUSPENSION of its CONSTITUTION. t.l —At a numerous Meeting of Proprietors. Merchants, and others interested in the Colony of Jamaica,

lAMAICA.—SUSPENSION of its CONSTITUTION. t.l —At a numerous Meeting of Proprietors. Merchants, and others interested in the Colony of Jamaica,

convened by public advertisement, "To take into consideratism the measure about to be submitted to Parliament by the Government, suspending for a limited period the Assembly of Jamaica," held at the Wese India Committee Rooms, St. James' Istreet, March 23, 1839, The Right Hon. t
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- - HOTEL and TAVERN KEEPERS' PROVIDENT INSTITUTION for the Relief of Necessitous and Aged Members, Cooks, and Waiters. PRESIDENT—J.

- - HOTEL and TAVERN KEEPERS' PROVIDENT INSTITUTION for the Relief of Necessitous and Aged Members, Cooks, and Waiters. PRESIDENT—J.

J. Cuff, Esq. VICE-PRESIDENTS. Mr. j. Cuff, jun., Freemasons' Mr.Ellis,Star andGarter,Richmond l'avrn, Great Queen-street Mr. S. Lovegrove, jun., London Mr. Clark, White Hart,Windsor, I Coffee House, Ludgate-hill Mr.Croem,SussexHotel,Bouverie st I Mr. J. Lovegrove, Crown and Mr.
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BRITSKA to be SOLD, nearly as good as new, having beer; but little used; has patent axles, C springs, cap

BRITSKA to be SOLD, nearly as good as new, having beer; but little used; has patent axles, C springs, cap

case, imperial. and all the appurtenances usually attached to highly-finished carriages; it is suitable for town or posting.—May be seen at 43, Crawfordstreet, Bryanston-square.
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
G RAVEL for SALE.—MANY THOUSAND LOADSof GRAVEL and LI °CCIN' ELL Ii es , adjoining the Thames, at ChiewlLK rerry,

G RAVEL for SALE.—MANY THOUSAND LOADSof GRAVEL and LI °CCIN' ELL Ii es , adjoining the Thames, at ChiewlLK rerry,

to be SOLD cheap, at per yard cube.—Applications In w r iting, to be ma 4e to the Secretary, at the . office of the West Middlesex Water Works, New-road, St. Marylebone; or to the Engineer of the Company, at the Works, Hamraersmith.-25th April, 1639.
April 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PROVISIONS. BUTTER. a• d• S. d, .e g. d. .e s. d. Bacon Mess 7O 0 75 .... B Mast

PROVISIONS. BUTTER. a• d• S. d, .e g. d. .e s. d. Bacon Mess 7O 0 75 .... B Mast

C4rlow Cork Limerick Waterford Sligo . 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ditto Loaf New.... 62 0 76 _ Newry . Foreign, Friezland Holstein Embden and Leer .. 0 Or 0 0 0 0 Derby, Plain New 54 0 64 Scotch - LARD. Pines. Bladdered Limerick Firkins BACON. Kanter.. Singed Small Ditto Large Middles BEEF. We
April 29, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CHELMSFORD, April. 26. Wheat l'lrhite), 703. to 753. ; Ditto (Red). 6s. to 685 •, Barley (Grinding), 30 tc 345.

CHELMSFORD, April. 26. Wheat l'lrhite), 703. to 753. ; Ditto (Red). 6s. to 685 •, Barley (Grinding), 30 tc 345.

; Do. (Malting , 365. to 425. ; Oats, 243. to 28s. ; Malt, 561. to 62 Grey Peas, :As. to 375. ; White Ditto, :56s to 35.; Tick Beans, 345. to 37 ditto Mazagan, 30s. to 335.; Tares. Bs. to 9s. per buzh2l; Cloverseed, 40s. to 50
April 29, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
WINCHESTER, April 27. Wheat, 191. 15s. to 201. Os. per load; Barley, 345. to 38s. ; Oats, 245. to 28s.

WINCHESTER, April 27. Wheat, 191. 15s. to 201. Os. per load; Barley, 345. to 38s. ; Oats, 245. to 28s.

Peas, 41s. to 455.; Beans, 40s. to 455. per quarter.
April 29, 1839 - The News (London) - London, London, England