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CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

MORTALITY ON BALD THE WILLIAM NICHOLL, CALCUTTA, LYING IN THE ST. KATHERINE'S DOCK. —On Wednesday evening an inquest was held at the Black Roy public-house, Wapping, on the bodies of two men, named Frederick West, aged 52, and John Musgrave, aged 63, seamen, lately belonging to
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
STEAM to BERWICK-UPON-TWEED, from the LEITH and BERWICK WHARF, Iringate. — The MANCHESTER, J. POLWART Commander, will leave TO-MORROW, Nor.

STEAM to BERWICK-UPON-TWEED, from the LEITH and BERWICK WHARF, Iringate. — The MANCHESTER, J. POLWART Commander, will leave TO-MORROW, Nor.

33, at Twelve Night. For the accommodation of passengers, the vessel will be alongside the Wharf at the hour of saillng.—For freight or passage apply at Mr. Hartley's stearn-packet office, 44, Regent-circus, Piccadilly, where every Information will be given, or at the Company's
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DAGUERREOTYPE illustrated by Mr. J. T. COOPER, jun., free from Extra Charge. is addition to the following EXHIBITION, at

THE DAGUERREOTYPE illustrated by Mr. J. T. COOPER, jun., free from Extra Charge. is addition to the following EXHIBITION, at

the POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION, 309, Regentstreet :—Half-past Eleven o'clock, Diver and Diving Bell.—Twelve, Magnetic Experiments.—Half-past Twelve. Pnesmatic Telegraph.—Quarter to One. Microscope.—Two, Daguerreotype.—Half- past Two, Pneumatic Telegraph.—Three, Process of Photogeni
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WANTED, a SITUATION, as VALET, to a Single Gentleman, or Footman in a small family, by a young Man. 24

WANTED, a SITUATION, as VALET, to a Single Gentleman, or Footman in a small family, by a young Man. 24

years of age, who has just left his situation, in which he lived six years. Unexceptionable reference can be given.—Address, post paid, X. W., Mr. Bowtall, fruiterer, 25, Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square. TO PARENTS and GUARDIANS.—A CHEMIST and DItUGGIS F In a country town. abou
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SA LAMAN DER FOOTSTOOLS for Rooms, Carriages, Office Desks, Pews, Pulpits, Boxes of Theatres, &c., patronised by her Majesty, and

SA LAMAN DER FOOTSTOOLS for Rooms, Carriages, Office Desks, Pews, Pulpits, Boxes of Theatres, &c., patronised by her Majesty, and

recommended by an eminent Physician to all sufferers from cold feet, can be procured, price 30s each, at C. RICKETS'S Manu• factory for Patent Caloritere Gas Stoves for warming churches, conservatories, halls, shops, wine cellars, or nay other place without any chimney.—.s, Agar
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DAVIES'S CANDLES, 6d per lb.; Wax Candles, Is 2d ; fine Wax, Is 5d ; Cocoa Nut, 10d; extra fine

DAVIES'S CANDLES, 6d per lb.; Wax Candles, Is 2d ; fine Wax, Is 5d ; Cocoa Nut, 10d; extra fine

Wax Wick Moulds, ; Transparent Wax, Is 94; genuine Sperm, Is 9d ; Fenuine Wax, 28 ; Yellow Soap, 468,545, and 60s per 1121bs ; Mottled, b2s and 655 ; Windsor, Is 4d per packet; Palm. Is 4d; old Brown Windsor, Is 9d; Rose, Sc; Camphor, 28; Almond, 28 6d; superfine Sealing Wax, 45
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Just published, gratis, BULL'S SELECT LIST and NEW SYSTEM of supplying Families and Book Societies with all Works, Magazines, and

Just published, gratis, BULL'S SELECT LIST and NEW SYSTEM of supplying Families and Book Societies with all Works, Magazines, and

Reviews, regularly, for perusal, and in any quantity, throughout England, Scotland, anu Ireland, upon the most advantageou terms.—Full particulars, with a Select List annexed, including all the valuable New Publications, can be had gratis, or sent by post as a single letter, on
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
On the 7th of December, in 3 post Bvo, T H E FR IGH T. A Novel. By Miss ELLEN

On the 7th of December, in 3 post Bvo, T H E FR IGH T. A Novel. By Miss ELLEN

PICKERING. Authoress of " The Merchant's Daughter," "The Heiress," "Nan Darrell," &c. T. and W. Boone, 29, New Bond-street; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh.
November 22, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MARK-LANE, FRIDAY, Nov. 22. The supply of English wheat since Monday has not been large, but the quality being inferior,

MARK-LANE, FRIDAY, Nov. 22. The supply of English wheat since Monday has not been large, but the quality being inferior,

rather lower prices were submitted to, to effect a clearance. Foreign maintains late prices, but only a moderate extent of business was transacted during the week. Barley dull sale, and rather cheaper than otherwise. Beans and peas remain without alteration. We have a few oats u
November 22, 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
CROYDON, SURREY. To be Sold by Auction, By Messrs. BLAKE,

CROYDON, SURREY. To be Sold by Auction, By Messrs. BLAKE,

At the Town-hall, Croydon, on THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 1839, at Twelve for One o'Clock, comprising FURNITURE, comprisin neat four-post bedsteads, with furuitures, usual chamber articles, carpets, sofas, , chairs, chimney-glasses, eight-day clocks. Spanish mahogany telescope, dining-ta
November 22, 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England