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CRUBLTY TO ANIMALS.

CRUBLTY TO ANIMALS.

MR. EDlTOR,—Permit me, through the medium of your widely and justly extended journal to attract the more particular notice uf the public, and of every friend to humanity. to those a - :ts of cruelty and brutality as mentioned in the police reports in the Morning Herald of the 19
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ROUSE OF LORDS—APPBALS—AIoNnAy,

ROUSE OF LORDS—APPBALS—AIoNnAy,

(Before the CHANCELLOR, Lord BROUGHAM, and other Peers.) STUART V. CARN'EGIE. The LORD CHANCELLOR gave judgment in this case, which was argued since the Easter recess, dismissing the appeal with costs. Judgment accordingly. HOGGAN V. CRAGIE. This case, which was partly heard las
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LLE MUSEE ROYAL—ROBERT JENNINGS having purchased this valuable COLLECTION of DRAWINGS made from the celebrated original Pictures in the Louvre,

LLE MUSEE ROYAL—ROBERT JENNINGS having purchased this valuable COLLECTION of DRAWINGS made from the celebrated original Pictures in the Louvre,

has the pleasure of submitting them for SALE. For this purpose the whole Collectien will be exhibited for a few days, at 62, Cbeapside, when the Nobility and Gentry will have an opportunity of selecting any portion of these most exquisite Copies, which retain all the excellencie
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IcIEW MUSIC, at HALF PRICE.—STRAUSS' most 111 favourite Waltzes, each set Is 6d—Echbs of Strauss, new Quadrilles, Is 6d—Voyage Musical,

IcIEW MUSIC, at HALF PRICE.—STRAUSS' most 111 favourite Waltzes, each set Is 6d—Echbs of Strauss, new Quadrilles, Is 6d—Voyage Musical,

Quadrilles, by Tullian, Is ad—Summer Evenings at Pausillippo, by Tullian, Is 6d—l'esth Waltzes, by Lanner, Is 6d—Anna Bolena, Quadrilles, Duets, Is 6d—Miriam's Song, Duet by Bruguiere, Is ad—Russell's beautiful Song "I love to (Nell in the Bosom's Cell"—The Lay of Hope—Norma Air
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OLD LINEN WANTED, at the MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL.—The Stock of Old Linen being exhausted, the quantity requisite for supplying dressings for

OLD LINEN WANTED, at the MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL.—The Stock of Old Linen being exhausted, the quantity requisite for supplying dressings for

the patients very great, and the coat, now that the Board are obliged to purchase it, expensive (one shilling and sixpence per lb.), if Ladies will have the kindness to send presents of worn-out table, bed, or any other linen they will confer a great benefit upon the Charity, an
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Nv*ANTED, about Three Miles from Town, a GOOD PLAIN COOK, about 30, who understands a dairy and making bread, and

Nv*ANTED, about Three Miles from Town, a GOOD PLAIN COOK, about 30, who understands a dairy and making bread, and

can have at least a twelvemonth's character from her lust PiaCe----Apply at 8, Milk-street, Cheapside, to-morrow, between the hours of eleven and one. lATANTED, by a respectable - Woman, 30 years of age, a SITUATION, as PLAIN COOK, or Servant of All-work, in a small family where
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IMPROVED CLARENCE CARRIAGE. Messrs. LAURIE and Company have lately made great improvements in this entire new style of CARRIAGE, which

IMPROVED CLARENCE CARRIAGE. Messrs. LAURIE and Company have lately made great improvements in this entire new style of CARRIAGE, which

Is now so generally In use, and which was introduced solely by them. The Clarence combines the summer and winter carriages in one, with the great convenience of enlarging or contracting at pleasure, and, being made on so light a principle, It can be used with one o r t wo h orse
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE ARK, OR FLOATING CHAPEL. - THE SAILORS' MAGAZINE for MAY, just published, is embellished with a large beautiful copperplate

THE ARK, OR FLOATING CHAPEL. - THE SAILORS' MAGAZINE for MAY, just published, is embellished with a large beautiful copperplate

Engraving of H.M.S. "Speedy," which on the institution of the Port of London Society was moored in the river Thames as an Ark, or Floating Chapel for Seamen. The Magazine contains the following articles :—Description of the Ark—May and its festivities—Address on behalf of Seamen
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
On Saturday next, May 4, will be published, A LETTER to Sir EDWARD LYTTON BULWER, Bart., M.P. John Murray. Albemarle-strret

On Saturday next, May 4, will be published, A LETTER to Sir EDWARD LYTTON BULWER, Bart., M.P. John Murray. Albemarle-strret

: W. Pocock, library, Bath.
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Nearly ready, with 20 Plates and 60 Woodcuts of undescribed Remains of Ancient Cities, &c., from the Author's Sketches, royal

Nearly ready, with 20 Plates and 60 Woodcuts of undescribed Remains of Ancient Cities, &c., from the Author's Sketches, royal

Bvo, A JOURNAL WRITTEN DURING an EXCURSION In ASIA MINOR, in 1838. By CHARLES FELLOWS, Esq. "Since my return to England I have learned at the Geographical Society that 'part of my route, which lay through the snithern district of Asia Minor, and led me to the remains of several
April 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England