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TAY LE R'S LAW GLOSSARY.—In S vo, price 9s boards, ALAW GLOSSARY of the LATIN, GREEK, NORMAN, &c. LANGUAGES, interspersed

TAY LE R'S LAW GLOSSARY.—In S vo, price 9s boards, ALAW GLOSSARY of the LATIN, GREEK, NORMAN, &c. LANGUAGES, interspersed

in Law Treatises, translated into English, and alphabetically arranged. By THOMAS TAYLE R. The second edition, Syn.—London : W. T. Clarke, law book seller and publisher, Portugal-street, Lincoln's Inn.
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WOOL.—There is quietness in the English Wool mirket, but staplers hold firm, from the difficulty of replacing rtt satisfactory prices.

WOOL.—There is quietness in the English Wool mirket, but staplers hold firm, from the difficulty of replacing rtt satisfactory prices.

We have no alteration to m a k e i n our quotations.—(From " Prince's Price Current.")
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
In Bw. price I3s In hoards, CHURCH and HER MINISTRATIONS ; in a Series of Discourses. By RICHARD AIAIIT, DI).,

In Bw. price I3s In hoards, CHURCH and HER MINISTRATIONS ; in a Series of Discourses. By RICHARD AIAIIT, DI).,

Lord Bishop of Down and Conuor.—ltivingtuns, k'aut's churchyard, and Waterloo-place, Pall-mall.
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Notting-hill.—Compact Residence, witk small Garden, Stable, Chaise House. MESSRS. WINSTANLEY are directed by the Execti• tors and Devisees in trust

Notting-hill.—Compact Residence, witk small Garden, Stable, Chaise House. MESSRS. WINSTANLEY are directed by the Execti• tors and Devisees in trust

of Samuel Denton, Esq., to SELL bY AUCTION, on the Premises, MONDAY, November 4, a very couvenient RESIDENCE, fora small family, cheerfully situated on BoYn e ' terrace, near the two-mile stone, Notting-hill, having Lord Uollaad l park in front, and a view of the Hippodrome from
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
An Improvable Copyhold Estate, at Highgate, Middlesex. MR. MUSGROVE has received instructions from the Trustees of Mr. T. Brocksopp, deceased,

An Improvable Copyhold Estate, at Highgate, Middlesex. MR. MUSGROVE has received instructions from the Trustees of Mr. T. Brocksopp, deceased,

to SELL by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart, on FRIDAY, Nov. 15, at Twelve. in Four Lots, a compact and very desirable COPYHOLD PROPEKTY, nearly equal to freehold ; consisting of a comfortable f am ily residence oil a limited scale, with garden, chaise house, stabling, and appurtena
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1839.

LONDON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1839.

WANTED, in the vicinity of the Houses of Parliament, an Unfurnished HOUSE, in good repair, of moderate Cze, and moderate rent.—Particulars, post paid, addressed A. 8., Obbard's newspaper office, 4, Little George-street, Westminster. 52, Fleet-street. A NEW DISCOVERY in TEETH. —M
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
" In post Svo, price 9s, cloth extra, the Second Edition of WOMAN PHYSIOLOGICALLY CONSIDERED as to MIND, MORALS, MARRIAGE,

" In post Svo, price 9s, cloth extra, the Second Edition of WOMAN PHYSIOLOGICALLY CONSIDERED as to MIND, MORALS, MARRIAGE,

MATRIMONIAL SLAVERY, INFIDELI rY. and DIVORCE. By ALEXANDER WALKER. " Mr. A. Walker, a physi o l og i st of consi d era bl e i ngenu ity: , Ti mes , Sept. 18, 1439. In pursuing the most delicate inquiries, Mr. Walker's l an guage is always calculat e d t o i mpart a know l e d g
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
_ THE HOLDERS OF EQUITABLE POLICIES, Comprehended in the favoured Five Thousand. A Party of the age of 80 next

_ THE HOLDERS OF EQUITABLE POLICIES, Comprehended in the favoured Five Thousand. A Party of the age of 80 next

birth day may insure his bonus for the Period ending the 31st December, lii39, inclusive, at a rate proportionally t 'q u al to if 55 per tent. per month. The premi um l er 70 would be lis 6d P e r month. At these advanced ages the niece apprehension of premature occasioning gre
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BUftTON ON REAL PROPERTY. Lately published, in Bvo, price 20s boards, A N ELEMENTARY COMPENDIUM of the LAW of El.

BUftTON ON REAL PROPERTY. Lately published, in Bvo, price 20s boards, A N ELEMENTARY COMPENDIUM of the LAW of El.

REAL PROPERTY. 1. Of Estates in Fee Simple-2. Of Estates in Fee Tall-3. Of Estates for Life-4. Of Settlements-5. Of Chattel In. terests-6, Of Incorporeal Tenements-7. Of Custonsary Estates-8. Of Equitable Estates, and of Remedies in Equity—Appendix of the Peculiar Laws of Irelan
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW OF EVIDENCE.—In a pocket vohsme, price 6i boards. APRACTICAL TREATISE on the GENERAL PRINCIPLES and ELEMENTARY RULES of the

LAW OF EVIDENCE.—In a pocket vohsme, price 6i boards. APRACTICAL TREATISE on the GENERAL PRINCIPLES and ELEMENTARY RULES of the

LAW of EVI PENCE. By RICHARD GARDE, Esq., Barrister at Law.—London: W. T. Clarke, law bookseller and publisher, Portugal-street, Lincoln's Inn.
November 2, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England