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FAMILY RESIDENCE WANTED, by Christmas or Lady-day next, in the neighbourhood of Islington, Stamford-hill, er Clapham. It must contain five

FAMILY RESIDENCE WANTED, by Christmas or Lady-day next, in the neighbourhood of Islington, Stamford-hill, er Clapham. It must contain five

or six bed rooms, dressing room, goodsized drawing and dining rooms, breakfast parlour, convenient kitchens, cellars, Szc., a garden. Must be in complete repair. Rent and taxes not to exceed 901.—Letters, post paid, stating particulars, to be addressed 1,. M., Mr. Jeff - ryes. s
October 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
rf 0 be DISPOSED OF, the THREE following HORSES: —A pair of very handsome Brown Phaeton Geldings, hands high, six

rf 0 be DISPOSED OF, the THREE following HORSES: —A pair of very handsome Brown Phaeton Geldings, hands high, six

years old each, both quiet in doable azid single harness, and ride well; also a superior Bay Cab Phaeton, or Match Horse, 16 hands high, with great substance, good breeding, and grand action, with or without harness and clothing. The property of a gentleman who can be treated wi
October 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WARRANTED GENUINE WINES. Per Doz. Per Doz. Old Pert, from the wood 28s Old West India Madeira .. 428 Ditto,

WARRANTED GENUINE WINES. Per Doz. Per Doz. Old Pert, from the wood 28s Old West India Madeira .. 428 Ditto,

two years in bottle .. 308 Old East India Madeira .. 48s F‘ne Port, three years in bottle 36s Tenttritre and Vidonia 283 Pale and Brown Sherry .. 308 Fine Claret .. 485 Old Sherry, three years in bottle 36s Loditte and Chateau Margaux 72s Fine Fast India Sherry 42s Fine Sparklin
October 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NERVOUSNESS CURED by SIMPLE PROCESSES. I —Medical science has been charged with impotence in a few of the greatest afflictions

NERVOUSNESS CURED by SIMPLE PROCESSES. I —Medical science has been charged with impotence in a few of the greatest afflictions

of man. Of these the greatest are nervous disease and insanity, to remove which professional men have devoted a large portion of their lives, hut in vain. Sensible of the doubt, therefore, that exists on the possibility of curing these comp!aints, Dr. WILLIS MOSELEY has not agit
October 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
N3W publishing, in Monthly Volumes, price 53 each, a complete and uniform Edition of THE WORKS of Mrs. HEMANS, with

N3W publishing, in Monthly Volumes, price 53 each, a complete and uniform Edition of THE WORKS of Mrs. HEMANS, with

a Memoir by her Siger. Volumes One to Five have appeared. Volume Six will be published on the Ist of November, and Volume Seven, completing the work, on the Ist of December.—Wm. Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh; Thomas Cadell, London; and John Cumming, Dublin.
October 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Printed with an entirely new and beautiful Type, THE COURT and LADY'S MAGAZINE for NOVEMBER will cntain a full-length, coloured,

Printed with an entirely new and beautiful Type, THE COURT and LADY'S MAGAZINE for NOVEMBER will cntain a full-length, coloured,

authentic PORTRAIT (No. 80 of the Series) and MEMOIR of PH ILLIPPA, QUEEN CONSORT of KING EDWARD the THIRD, with the Royal Arms of England and Halnalt—M. Alexandre Dumas' tale, Edward 111. and the Countess of Salisbury—Fine Arts, by Professor Carlo Pepoll—(The National Gallery)—
October 29, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31.

THE MORNING HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31.

I speak of the scenes which were exhibited during the prevalence of this famine. The air for miles was poisoned by the effluvia emitted from the putrifying bodies of the dead. The rivers were choked with the corpses thrown into their channels. Mothers cast their little ones bene
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Burlington-street.

Burlington-street.

October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NOBLEMEN GENTLEMEN, MAIL COACH, ALEXANDERIE 181 OMNIBUS, THIRTY JOBbegs r ui e g 8 t o ai notify uab t

NOBLEMEN GENTLEMEN, MAIL COACH, ALEXANDERIE 181 OMNIBUS, THIRTY JOBbegs r ui e g 8 t o ai notify uab t

and t French, jun., to SELL b y AUCTION, a t the Finsbury Repository, Chiswell-street, Finsbury -square. on TUESDAY, November 5, commencing MASTERS, v r n h fl e i s PARCEL a ° ;n n s d t r u CART c i‘ t i e A d b E 1 y John S. PROPRIETOR B at Twelve precisely. THIRTY line-shape
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MAGNIFICENT CARPETS.—JACKSON and GRAHAM Invite public attention to their extensive and unrivalled choice of AXMINSTER, VELVET, PATENT TAPESTRY, and extra

MAGNIFICENT CARPETS.—JACKSON and GRAHAM Invite public attention to their extensive and unrivalled choice of AXMINSTER, VELVET, PATENT TAPESTRY, and extra

BRUSSELS CARPE IS. in Elizabethan, Gothic, and Louis Quatorze styles ; surpassing in fabric and colours all former productions of the kind, designed exclusively for, and to he scan only at, their Establishment, 37 and 38, Oxford.street.—Several thousand yards of best Brussels ca
October 31, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England