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FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE ST. JAMES'S PALACE, MAY 6, 1839. The Queen has been pleased to appoint the Earl of

FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE ST. JAMES'S PALACE, MAY 6, 1839. The Queen has been pleased to appoint the Earl of

Uxbridge, Lord Chamberlain of her Majesty's Household, in the room o 1 the Marquis Conyngham, resigned. FOREIGN OFFICE, MAT, 3. The Queen has been graciously pleased to appoint Stephen Henry Sullivan, E sq ., now S ecretary to her Majesty ' s Legation at the Court of Sardinia, t
May 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

C. Low and J. Engle - field, wholesale haberdashers, Woodstreet, City—J. H. Chandler and J. Orwin, surgeons, Worcester—T. Radclyffe and W. H. Smith, engravers, Birming• ham—T. Chattock and J. T. Bolton, attorneys, Solihull, Warwickshire—J. Parkinson and J. B. Parker, wine mercha
May 8, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
/FELA:vp. (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) DUBLIN, MONDAY, MAY 6. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. LIBEL. THE QUEEN, AT THE PROSECLTION OF PUREFOY

/FELA:vp. (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) DUBLIN, MONDAY, MAY 6. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. LIBEL. THE QUEEN, AT THE PROSECLTION OF PUREFOY

BATEMAN, AND errzrATLicK, V. RICHARD BARRETT. day Mr. Barrett, the proprietor of the Pilot newspaper, wee brcaght up to receive the sentence of the court for a libel publi4bed by him with respect to the prosecutors. The ff,n-sive article was published on the 16ii of April, 1838,
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8

THE MORNING HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8

TRIAL OF THE EARL OF STIRLING ON A CHARGE OF FORGERY, Bcc. (Concluded from our Paper of yesterday.) COURT OF JUSTICIARY. EDINBURGH, MAY 1. EXCULPATORY PROOF. Mr. ROBERTSON - p - r - o - p - oie - d - tO - hand-writing of Thomas Conyers attesting certain affidavits produced in th
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CARLOW ELECTION COMMITTEE.

CARLOW ELECTION COMMITTEE.

Oa Saturday the, committee was engarerl tLroughout the day in the further investigation of the vote of Moorhead, whict, we! ultimately declared to be bad, and was consequently struck off the poll. Monday, at the sitting of the committee, the vote of Mr. Philip Bagnell, registere
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NE kV PUBLICATIONS,.

NE kV PUBLICATIONS,.

. I MORNING HERALD
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HENDON. —To be LET, FURNISHED, an excellent FAMILY HOUSE, containing five best bed and dressing rooms, three water closets, four

HENDON. —To be LET, FURNISHED, an excellent FAMILY HOUSE, containing five best bed and dressing rooms, three water closets, four

servants' bed rooms, spacious drawing room, dining room, library and morning room, with excellent aervants' offices, brew, house, and bath room, double coach house, and stabling for five borsis. The grounds are laid out in pleasureand kitchen gardens, In all about 20 acres. A co
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PNVELOPES, Is 6d per 100, warranted equal to any made; Envelope Cases, filled with Envelopes, from fis 6d. Printed invitation

PNVELOPES, Is 6d per 100, warranted equal to any made; Envelope Cases, filled with Envelopes, from fis 6d. Printed invitation

and return-thanks' notes, with gilt edges, Is 3d per quire. Name-plate elegantly engraved, and 100 of the best superfine Card printed for 55. Superfine Bath Post, 6s 6d per ream; Note ditto, 3s 6o per ream, or 2id per quire. Good Foolscap, 15s per ream. Travelling, Writing Cases
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PIANOFORTE.-A tiuperb (Pr-octave Rosewood CABINET, on Broadwood's newest and most approved principle, with string plate and reverberating sounding board, which

PIANOFORTE.-A tiuperb (Pr-octave Rosewood CABINET, on Broadwood's newest and most approved principle, with string plate and reverberating sounding board, which

prolongs and enriches the tone in a very extraordinary manner. It is in all respects equal to a Grand, and is fitted up in a most elegant style, with double columns and French front, carved in the Corinthian style, altogether producing a beautiful effect. Any party in want of a
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A,Respectable Man and his Wife; the Man as BUTLER and VALET; the Woman as COOK and HOUSEKEEPER. 13 , 3

A,Respectable Man and his Wife; the Man as BUTLER and VALET; the Woman as COOK and HOUSEKEEPER. 13 , 3

th have lived In good situations, and are without ineumbranee. No obj,e-tion to town or country.-I)lreet H. W., Mr. Worsdell, 2, North Audleystreet. No offieekeeper need apply.
May 8, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England