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HOUSE OF COMMONS-THIS DAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-THIS DAY.

ORDERS OF THE DAY. Excise Licences (Sale of Spirits) Bill—report of committee. Stage Carriage Bill—ditto. Sale of Spirits (Ireland) Bill—ditto. Grand Jury Cess (Ireland) Bill—ditto. Constabulary Force (Ireland) Bill—ditto. Admiralty Court Bill—ditto. Dublin Police Bill—ditto. Hi
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE DRPARTURE3. __•..__.

FASHIONABLE DRPARTURE3. __•..__.

Lord Northwick, from the Brunswick Hotel, for Thirlestane House, Gloucestershire; Sir Robert and Lady Fitzwygram, and family, from Connaught-place, for Cheltenham; the Hon. Alexander Macdonald, for Brighton; the Countess of Errol and the Ladies Hay, on a visit to and Lady Caroli
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Committals.

Committals.

July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
111.111YLEBONE VBSTRY.

111.111YLEBONE VBSTRY.

On Saturday, at the ordinary weekly meeting of this body, a report was read by the clerk on the salaries and perquisites of the beadles. It stated that each of these officers, besides receiving 30s a week salary, h.d a fee of 7s Gd on each inquest held, a fee on each publioan's
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OPERA. —LAST NIGHT but FOUR of the SEASON. —THIS EVENING.—BOXES, on very moderate terms, to be LET. at SAMS'S LIBRARY,

OPERA. —LAST NIGHT but FOUR of the SEASON. —THIS EVENING.—BOXES, on very moderate terms, to be LET. at SAMS'S LIBRARY,

St. James's -street. STALLS, PIT TICKETS, Ss 6d each. Private Boxes by the Ni6ht for the Haymarket, Lyceum, Strand, and all other Theatres.
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WESTERN DISPENSARY, Charles-street, Westminster.—On SUNDAY MORNING NEXT, the 4th ef August, a SERMON, in BEHALF of this CHARITY, will be

WESTERN DISPENSARY, Charles-street, Westminster.—On SUNDAY MORNING NEXT, the 4th ef August, a SERMON, in BEHALF of this CHARITY, will be

preached in ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. Westminster, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of PETERBOROUGH. GEORGE WESTERN, Secretary. ROYAL SEA-BATHING INFIRMARY.—The GOVERNOR and FRIENDS ,of this Charity are respectfully intermed that the ANNIVERSARY DINNER will be held at the LONDON COFFE
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
EIRENCH LANGUAGE by CONVERSATION, No. .1: Regent-street.—A Parisian, Professor of French Grammar and General History, ATTENDS FAMILIES and RECEIVES PRIVATE

EIRENCH LANGUAGE by CONVERSATION, No. .1: Regent-street.—A Parisian, Professor of French Grammar and General History, ATTENDS FAMILIES and RECEIVES PRIVATE

PUPILS at his own residence. The quickest way of acquiring fluency of an idiom being by practice in speakin g , his plan will forward the learner in the conversation of that useful language, so generally spoken all over the Continent.—Address Dlr. Brunet, 109, Regent-street.
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
INCOME.--To be SOLD, GOOD FREEHOLD oOUSES, to pay 12 per cent., in good repair, and let to old tenants, price

INCOME.--To be SOLD, GOOD FREEHOLD oOUSES, to pay 12 per cent., in good repair, and let to old tenants, price

250 guineas; also long Leaseholds, to pay '2O per cent , clear of all outgoings. price 250 to 900 guineas; they are pleasantly situated, and eligible tor investment, with perfect titles.—To view them apply, between ten and six o'clock, to Mr. Baker, 7, Stepney-areen-terrace, Ste
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEAR WINDSOR.—To be LET, FURNISHED, at Horton, four miles from Windsor and the Great Western Rail- I way Stations at

NEAR WINDSOR.—To be LET, FURNISHED, at Horton, four miles from Windsor and the Great Western Rail- I way Stations at

Drayton and Slough, and one mile from Colnbrook, desirable FAMILY HOUSE, comprising eight bed roomb, dressing room, drawing, dining, and sitting rooms; two water closets, and other domestic offices; Iwo coach houses, and stabling for three horses, and other suitable outbuildings
July 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England