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ADDRESS TO TUE QUEEN

ADDRESS TO TUE QUEEN

The Clerk then proceeded read the requisitions sddressed to ihe Lord Mayor to convene the present Court. When he h*d concluded, there were loud cries of Read the names." Sir Piter Laprib hoped the names only of those gentleman who bad signed the requisition themselves would be r
May 31, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WANTED a SERVANT of ALL-WORK—one who understands plain cooking—also POTBOY. Apply the Ship, Little Bridge-street, Blackfrlars. WANTED, for a respectable

WANTED a SERVANT of ALL-WORK—one who understands plain cooking—also POTBOY. Apply the Ship, Little Bridge-street, Blackfrlars. WANTED, for a respectable

Public-house, an English SERVANT of ALL-WORK—she must understand plain cooking, and have u good character from her last place. Apply at No. I. Kxmoulh-street. Fusion-square. WANTED a steady active SERVANT of who understands cooking. Apply the Sluice Tavern and Eel-pie House, bet
May 31, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PrlnteU and published this day, Friday, the 3l*t of May. .*?■• by David Scott, Printer and Publlaher. No. 13. Lambath-walk,

PrlnteU and published this day, Friday, the 3l*t of May. .*?■• by David Scott, Printer and Publlaher. No. 13. Lambath-walk,

lu the parish Saint Mary, Lambeth, °l. t*' ; prlMe.l and published him the ot the Proprietors of she said paper, thelt Printing and Pm* *. *’ •Ru«*«d No. 127, rleei-atrect, the i*artsh «>*!■ t •ride, 1c the Olty London, tsbera. ovar*aL'
May 31, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
peremptorily iSUI.U, pureiunt to a Uectee X the High Court of Chancery, made In a Cauae, Anadell v. Whitfield,” with

peremptorily iSUI.U, pureiunt to a Uectee X the High Court of Chancery, made In a Cauae, Anadell v. Whitfield,” with

the approbation of Samuel Duckworth, Esquire, one of the M mere of the said Court. . t the Clarendon-rooms. South John street, I. eerpool, on TUESDAY, the day of July, Isay, Twelve uMock at noon, and TENEMENT, Garden, Orchard, Outbuildings, and Land, situate in Sutton and Rainht
May 30, 1839 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SIGHT AND HEARING. The invisible operative voice con. effected the Mestrs.S. end B. SOLO> NS;* Optician* and Aurists K«fciiy, 09.

SIGHT AND HEARING. The invisible operative voice con. effected the Mestrs.S. end B. SOLO> NS;* Optician* and Aurists K«fciiy, 09.

Albe(n*rle*ttteet. PiccAdilly, which thousand* of deaf persons have been greatly banetmed. is tbe teTeo-sbiUing piece, when fixed into the cavity of the ear j* soft and easy, and not more perceptible than having piece of wool in its place, which tbe faintest whisper public assem
May 31, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAT.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAT.

The meteorology of the month marked by transitions of very diameter. as far beauty and eplerdoor, May has stood pre-eminent; Its opening was fine and the temperature summer-like, but haziness prevailed, and threw vdl over the sunbeams which otherwise would have been scorching. F
May 31, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1839.

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1839.

taste. For soiree they air riral—the banquet? ing roam is capital proportion*, the bed chamber department complete as to leave nothing b* desired. THE ORANGERY ANT) COWfiERVATORT adorn one side the maxmoo, and with the house the verdant lawn, and the American plants, a®d the flo
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
ASCOT HEATH RACES.—

ASCOT HEATH RACES.—

The Swinley SUkct, o( 24 eicb, for three-yT« old, 7«t four jn, Bst 71b Fillin allowed 31b. Mile and half; etarting at tbc Swinley poat. (3Subi.) ' Colonel Peel't Inn, 4 yr» (Pan*) 1 Lord Albemarle'* Barcarolle, 4 jr» 2 100. Barcarolle made atroDg running to the turn, where the h
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PLEASURE GROUNDS AND GARDENS

THE PLEASURE GROUNDS AND GARDENS

are extensive and prolific, beside the delight and luxury of HOT-HOUSE. PEACHERY, AND CONSERVATORY. The Kitchen Garden, of two acres, is encompassed by lofty walls, which yearly groan with the weight of never-failing crops. These Gardens have been aptly brought Into comparison w
May 30, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Mat 28

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Mat 28

Whitehall, Very 28. The Queen has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Oreat Seal, granting the dignity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, unto the Right Honourable James Abercromby, the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten
May 29, 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England