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.ANDAU.—SCOLES and KINGS have received instructions to DISPOSE of a very LIGHT LANDAU, just sent to them, in consequence of

.ANDAU.—SCOLES and KINGS have received instructions to DISPOSE of a very LIGHT LANDAU, just sent to them, in consequence of

the very recent decease of two of the family. The Landau is in most perfect order; and every reference to the family and explanation will be given. —2lO. High Holborn.
May 18, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RICK CLOTHS, MARQUEES, FLAGS, TULIP COVERS, &c.—EDGINGTON and Co., No. 17, Smithfield-bars, and Old Kent-road, inform the Nobility. Gentry, Stc.,

RICK CLOTHS, MARQUEES, FLAGS, TULIP COVERS, &c.—EDGINGTON and Co., No. 17, Smithfield-bars, and Old Kent-road, inform the Nobility. Gentry, Stc.,

that they have prepared an extensive STOCK of MARQUEES and TENTS of all dimensions for SALE or HIRE. Also Rick Cloths, with poles, new and second-hand, on the most reasonable terms, netting, buntin, and birding for gardens, sun blinds, flags and banners, portmanteau covers, &c.
May 18, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
In a few days, In Bvo, CH the TENTH and LOUIS PHILLIPE. The Secret History of the Revolution of July,

In a few days, In Bvo, CH the TENTH and LOUIS PHILLIPE. The Secret History of the Revolution of July,

Saunders and Otley, publishers, Condult-street.
May 18, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Immediately, in 3 vols post uvo, TOR R ES V EDR AS; Or, STORIES OF WELLINGTON'S CAMPAIGNS. By the Author

Immediately, in 3 vols post uvo, TOR R ES V EDR AS; Or, STORIES OF WELLINGTON'S CAMPAIGNS. By the Author

of " Adventures of an Irish Gentleman." Richard Bentley, New Burliagton-street. Just ready, A SUMMER IN ANDALUSIA; LI In 2 Bvo, with Illustrations. Richard Bentley, New Burlin.rton-street (Publisher in ordinary to her Majesty). NEW WORK, BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE PILOT." On the 23d
May 18, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
1-I &kb and SON'S FRENCH MATTRESSES.— The and of the French Mattress consists in its being made of Wool, whereas

1-I &kb and SON'S FRENCH MATTRESSES.— The and of the French Mattress consists in its being made of Wool, whereas

even the best of English Wool Mattresses are made of the combings from blankets or other manufactored goods, and there Is also a difference in the making. F. HEAL and SON, being exclusively Manufacturers of Bedding, are ei.abled to offer their FRENCH MATTRESSES, winch are quite
May 18, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
In Hants.—Freehold Farm of superior Land, and an excellent NVater MIII, rear to Basingstoke.—By Mr. GEORGE ROBINS, at the Auction

In Hants.—Freehold Farm of superior Land, and an excellent NVater MIII, rear to Basingstoke.—By Mr. GEORGE ROBINS, at the Auction

Mart, on THURSDAY, June 6, at Twelve, in Two Lots, ACAPITAL FREEHOLD FARM, called DEAN'S LAND. It consists of A SUPERIOR FARM HOUSE and ABOUT 102 ACRES OF REMARKABLY GOOD LAND; pleasantly situate only one mlle from the high London road, four from Basingstoke, and within five mil
May 18, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CASE OF-;ILEXANDER JOHNSTON, CONDEMNED FOR MURDER.

CASE OF-;ILEXANDER JOHNSTON, CONDEMNED FOR MURDER.

CASE OF - ;ILEXANDER JOHNSTON, CONDEMNED FOR MURDER. TO HER GRACIOU2t MAJESTY THE QUEEN. PETITION OF THE UNDERSIGNED INHABITANTS OF THE CITY OF GLASGOW. showeth,—That your petitioners, regarding human °ace as the sacred and precious gift of the LORD and IS4 I t of LIFE, desire im
May 21, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES'S THEATRE.

ST. JAMES'S THEATRE.

THIS EVENING the' performance will commence with a new Burl ett a, called MY LOVER—After which, the interesting Barletta of LUCILLE ; OR, THE STORY OF A HEART; In which Mrs. Hooper and the entire strength of the company will appear. To concludc with the popular Ballet of THE DAU
May 21, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LORD JOHN (DESPONDING) COMPLAINS TO LORD M. YESTERDAY. Dear Melbourne, of course I cAn't tell (And I really don't want

LORD JOHN (DESPONDING) COMPLAINS TO LORD M. YESTERDAY. Dear Melbourne, of course I cAn't tell (And I really don't want

to be fishing) What the rest of our colleagues may feel In our present most awkward position. But I own that it wants very little Of totally turning my brain, Set up, as I am, like a skittle, For the sport of being knock'd down again! Your O'Connell, your Shells, and your Tennys
May 21, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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May 21, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England