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- RS. ANDERSON'S GRAND CONCERT, which takes place THIS MO RNING.—G. Grist and Persianl will sing. for the first time,

- RS. ANDERSON'S GRAND CONCERT, which takes place THIS MO RNING.—G. Grist and Persianl will sing. for the first time,

a new duetto together; and Stockhausen will Bing a new Swiss duet with Miss Bilstein.—Grisi, Persian% Stockhausen, Rnbini, Tamburlr.i, and Lablache ; Mlles. De Riviere, Menanni, and Miss Ha., es will slog some of their most favourite airs, duets, Vio., at Mrs. ANDERSON'S MORNING
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FEMALE SERVANTS —LONDON SOCIETY, for their Improvement and Encouragement, by Annual and other Rewards, No. no, Hatton-garden, Instituted 1813. The

FEMALE SERVANTS —LONDON SOCIETY, for their Improvement and Encouragement, by Annual and other Rewards, No. no, Hatton-garden, Instituted 1813. The

Right Hon. the LORD MAYOR President. The ANNUAL MEETING ef the SUBSCRIBERS of this Institution will be held on TUESDAY, May 14. at the QUEEN'S ARMS TAVERN, Cheapside. The Chair to be taken at Twelve o'clock at Noon precisely. Since the commencement of the Institution, 11,80 grat
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- ADIES' SCHOOL.—WANTED, a Lady of the Estai-1 of competent acquirements and lady-like manners , to jOIN Ad h v

- ADIES' SCHOOL.—WANTED, a Lady of the Estai-1 of competent acquirements and lady-like manners , to jOIN Ad h v

u e r r e t h. iser in OPENING a SCHOOL in one of the first c In th thhee e d C kingdom, where she has an excellent connection, and several pupils either promised or in prospect.—Address by letter, post-paid, to R. C., at Hatchard and Son's, 187, Piccadilly. N.B. A maderate capi
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WRIGHT'S HOTEL and COFFEE HOUSE, opposite Catherine-street. Strand.—TURTLE and VENISON.—A HAUNCH of the finest BUCK VENISON will be dressed for

WRIGHT'S HOTEL and COFFEE HOUSE, opposite Catherine-street. Strand.—TURTLE and VENISON.—A HAUNCH of the finest BUCK VENISON will be dressed for

the Coffee Room, TO-MORROW. and on table precisely at Six o'clock. Turtle in the highest perfection always ready, and promptly for arded by order to all parts of the kingdom. The Coffee Room will be supplied with Venison every Thursday throughout the season. YACHT TAVERN and WHI
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- CHOICE SUMMER WINES. Per Dozen. Per Dozen Fine light Claret 36a Old Port, three years in bottle.. 36s Fine

- CHOICE SUMMER WINES. Per Dozen. Per Dozen Fine light Claret 36a Old Port, three years in bottle.. 36s Fine

Claret (vintage 1825) 4Bs Very fine Port, live yrs in bottle 428 Barsac and Sauterne 42s Palo and Brown Sherry.. & 369 Vin de Grave and Chably 428 Fine Eas t India Sherry ..... .. 42a Moselle (1831) 42s Finest Bucellas Fine Old Hock 4Bs East and West India Madeira .. 48s Fine Sp
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Now ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 go!s, CAPTAIN MARRYArS " PHANTOM SHIP. A TALE OF THE SEA. Henry

Now ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 go!s, CAPTAIN MARRYArS " PHANTOM SHIP. A TALE OF THE SEA. Henry

Colburn. publisher, 13, Great Marlborough -street.
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW NOVEL, EDITED BY JAMES ESQ. Now ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 vols post Bvo, H BANISHED. A

NEW NOVEL, EDITED BY JAMES ESQ. Now ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 vols post Bvo, H BANISHED. A

SWABIAN TALE. Edited by JAMES AIORIER, Esq., Author of " Hajji Baba," " Zohrab the Hostage," &c.. Henry Colburn, publisher, 13, Great Marlborough-street. THIRD EDITION REVISED AND CORRECTED. Immediately. in 2 vols 870, with Illustrations. bd, TRAVELS IN CIRCASSIA, KRIM TARTARY.
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MAXWELL'S WELLINGTON. New ready, Part 1., price 58, or in royal Svo, India proofs, price 7s 6d, THE LIFE of

MAXWELL'S WELLINGTON. New ready, Part 1., price 58, or in royal Svo, India proofs, price 7s 6d, THE LIFE of

his Grace Field Marshal the DUKE of WELLINGTON, K.G., &c. By W. H. MAXWELL, Author of " Stories of Waterloo." " The Bivouac," " Victories of the British Army," &c. Embellishments to Part I.:—Death of Dhoondiah. By A. Cooper, R.A. The Duke of Wellington when Col. Wellesley. Paint
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A.S FOOTMAN, a respectable young Man, from the country, aged 24. who can have a most unexceptionable character of two

A.S FOOTMAN, a respectable young Man, from the country, aged 24. who can have a most unexceptionable character of two

years and a halt from the master that he has just left.—Direct W. 8.. Messrs. Bets and Woods. 262, Oxford -street. A S FOOTMAN and VALET, or Footman, in a respectable family. or Single-handed ; a respectable young Man. Can have a good long character in town for honesty and sobri
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
‘ltral.b-41? (1 ).. . t.

‘ltral.b-41? (1 ).. . t.

‘ltral.b-41? (1 . t. THE THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the SOCIETY of PAINTERS in WATER COLOURS, at their GALLERY, Pall-mall East, is NOW OPEN. Open each day, from nine till dusk. Admlssian 14: catalogue 6d. It. HILLS, .4ec.
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England