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MONEY. —Noblemen and Gentlemen may be immediately ACCOMMODATED with ANY SUM from 2001 to 5,0(104 If entitled to Property of

MONEY. —Noblemen and Gentlemen may be immediately ACCOMMODATED with ANY SUM from 2001 to 5,0(104 If entitled to Property of

adequate value either in possession or expectancy. Life Interest, Annuities, and Reversions, will be purchased upon libend terms. No commission will be charged, as the principal will be treated with.—For cards of addreSs apply at Mr. Marsh's library, 24, Old Cavendish-street. Le
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TY IiSLEYAN CEN7ENARY PIC'7URE.

TY IiSLEYAN CEN7ENARY PIC'7URE.

Under this title a large painting has been executed by Mr. H. P. Parker, which he intends especially to consecrate to the followers of "John Wesley," through the means of an engraving. The subject must be one of interest to them, and indeed to a wider circle of Christians than t
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- RESS ING CASES, from 73 Od to 200in eas Leather Travelling Cases .. .. 12s Od to 70 guineas.

- RESS ING CASES, from 73 Od to 200in eas Leather Travelling Cases .. .. 12s Od to 70 guineas.

Work Boxes .. • • • • •• • • • • ss ad to 80 guineas Writing Desks .. .. .. • • • • Ra 6d to 80 guineas . Envelope Cases .. .. .. • • • • 6s Od to 20 guineas.. 'fee. Caddies .. .. .. .. .. .. 5s 6d to 20 guineas. Ink Stands .. .. .. .. .. lOs 6d to 20 guineas. Despatch boxes, je
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HEADED PHAETON, HORSE, and HARNESS, for SALE, together or separately, the property of a gentleman who is going abroad, and

HEADED PHAETON, HORSE, and HARNESS, for SALE, together or separately, the property of a gentleman who is going abroad, and

who will, in consequence, sell then; a very great bargain. The Phaeton has shifting head, is very light, and forms a close carriage when required; has shafts, pole, and lamps. The horse is chestnut, about 16 hands high, sound, and quiet to ride or drive.—Apply to Mr. Todd, baker
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO PERSONS about to MARRY.—You will do well to obtain (gratis) our BOOK cf ESTIMATES and PRICES. by which you

TO PERSONS about to MARRY.—You will do well to obtain (gratis) our BOOK cf ESTIMATES and PRICES. by which you

will find that we furnish a four-roomed house, well and completely, for 311; a six-roomed ditto, elegantly, for 951; an eight-roomed ditto, luxuriously, 1741: and a twelve-roomed ditto, superbly, for 384 f. (A single article at the wholesale price.)—PAINTE It and Co., Upholstery
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WAGHORN and Co.'s SPECIAL DESPATCH of PERIODICALS via MARSEILLES, is to be CONTINUED AS USUAL, on MONDAY, Dee. 2.—The requisite

WAGHORN and Co.'s SPECIAL DESPATCH of PERIODICALS via MARSEILLES, is to be CONTINUED AS USUAL, on MONDAY, Dee. 2.—The requisite

information on this subject and particulars respecting the route for passengers via France and Egypt, can be procured at the Offices, 34, Cornhill.
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SOAP 4Ad, CANDLES tici per lb, Manufacturers' prices (great advantage).—Waxed-wick Moulds, ; German Wax Lights, is lid and Is 4d

SOAP 4Ad, CANDLES tici per lb, Manufacturers' prices (great advantage).—Waxed-wick Moulds, ; German Wax Lights, is lid and Is 4d

per lb ; Strong Yellow Soap, excellent quality, 425 pri 1121bs; best Pale Yellow, 501; superior 01g Mottled, 541; Brawn Windsor, 15 2d per lb ; White Windsor and Palm, is; Rose, Camphor, and Almond, Is 6d; Genuine Wax, Is ; Sperm and Composition, is id; Cocoa, 10d; Metallic Wick
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Liasehold Investments. mR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION (by order of the Adminlstratrix of Dr. SweatmanY, at Garraway's, on Decemloer

Liasehold Investments. mR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION (by order of the Adminlstratrix of Dr. SweatmanY, at Garraway's, on Decemloer

3, at Twelve, in Three Lots. Lot 1. A LEASEHOLD HOUO, being No. 38, Keppel• street, the corner at Keppel-mews, with building the rear, let to Mr. Ogle for a term of years, at per antzazn 821; held for so unexpired term ot 54 years, at a ground -rent of per annum SI 85. Lot 2. A
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Capital Business Premises, Lamb's Conduit-street. t B S O E Y L S by is A dir e u Ci,

Capital Business Premises, Lamb's Conduit-street. t B S O E Y L S by is A dir e u Ci,

ci t o e r d byt t h h A r. r s e e o u f 1- A a 1 Y. Dec. 18. at Twelve. the desirable LEASE ot those commanding corner PREMISES, No. 78, Lamb's Conguit-street, comprising a large showy shop, with a double frontage in that street, and a side frontage in roomy and convenient dwe
November 30, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BOLD'S VEGETABLE BA LSA M.- Poy,..For th e CURE o f CoUGIIs, COLDS. ASTIIMAS, and MPTIoNS. The proud attestation of

BOLD'S VEGETABLE BA LSA M.- Poy,..For th e CURE o f CoUGIIs, COLDS. ASTIIMAS, and MPTIoNS. The proud attestation of

Cures performed ..7 4 .:g medicine fur the last 1 , 0 years, the many dal y proofs of e acY, its high estimatim by the first Nobility, and its 'tr." ll : l endation by the most eminent of the Faculty. are such te . sts of its value, that no eulogy Is necessary to convince Dl,i 4
November 30, 1839 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England