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FLANDERS AND DUTCH MAILS.

FLANDERS AND DUTCH MAILS.

BRUSSELS, JUNE 4. Yesterday the King gave an audience to M. de la Rochefoucauld, Minister of France, at Darmstadt. We have accounts of considerable damage done by the rain and hail which fell during the violent thunder storm the day before yesterday. GHENT, JUNE 3. We are assure
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS.

FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS.

The Hon. Mrs. Burrowes, at the Baroness di Cetto's ; the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Otway Cave and Miss Burdett; the Hon. Major-Gen. Ramsay, C. 8., from Calcutta • Lord A. Loftus, at Long's Hotel ; Lieut. Brandling, at ditto; •—• ' Shakerly, Esq., at ditto ; Lady and Miss Worsley Holmes,
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. TAYLOR'S CONCERT.

MR. TAYLOR'S CONCERT.

On Friday night Mr. Taylor gave a musical entertainment at his elegant and spacious mansion in Wilton-crescent, to a highly distinguished and numerous circle. The concert took place in the grand saloon, and at the conclusion a sumptuous supper was given, which consisted of the r
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF W CHANCERY ..ESTMINSTEnt SATURDAY. The CHANCELLOR was engaged during the 0, 1 ; 1 1. part of the

COURT OF W CHANCERY ..ESTMINSTEnt SATURDAY. The CHANCELLOR was engaged during the 0, 1 ; 1 1. part of the

day in hearing petitions in matters of lunacy. lordship, before he made the required order in one of retired to his private room to have an interview with the, natic. Returning into court in a few minutes, his lords said the order may be taken. VINER 11. VAUGHAN AND OTHERS. The
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
• • OMNIBUS BOBBBBIBS.

• • OMNIBUS BOBBBBIBS.

Ma. EDlTOR,—BtiOnging to that class of individualS who watch the living manners as they rise, and believing that your journal is the mainspring by which good or evil acts Or intentions may be encoured or suppressed ) I would fain, through its medium, direct publi c a tt en tio n
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OP IaQUBSTS, TOIYER HAMLETS.

COURT OP IaQUBSTS, TOIYER HAMLETS.

COURT OP IaQUBSTS, HAMLETS. "My lodging is on the Mei ground." I.TMCOMrORTABLE QUARTERS.—A Voting man, named Rixon, late the" single young man lodger" of Mrs. Pratt, a garrulous red-nosed lodging-house keeper, residing in the Mile-end:road, Was snmindried before the commissioners
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-SATURDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-SATURDAY.

(Sittings in Banco.) INGRAM V. BLYTII AND OTHERS. Mr. Sergeant BOMPAS said that the defendants had made tin application in this case to postpone the trial; and against that application he now appeared. The action was brought te recover a sum of 2501, for goods sold and delivered
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the SOCIETY of PAINTERS in WATER COLOURS at their GALLERY, PALL-MALL EAST, is NOW OPEN.—Open

THE THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the SOCIETY of PAINTERS in WATER COLOURS at their GALLERY, PALL-MALL EAST, is NOW OPEN.—Open

each day from Nine till Dusk. Admittance One Shilling. Catalogue Sixpence. R. HILLS, Secretary.
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AT a GENERAL MEETING of DEPUTIES from the JOINT-STOCK BANKS of ENGLAND, WALES, and IRELAND, held at the London Coffee-House,

AT a GENERAL MEETING of DEPUTIES from the JOINT-STOCK BANKS of ENGLAND, WALES, and IRELAND, held at the London Coffee-House,

Ludgate-hill, on Thursday, the 4th inst., The Right Honourable THOMAS PEREGRINE COURTENAY in the Chair, The following Resolutions were unanimously adopted:— First,—That this Meeting have great pleasure in receiving and adopting the report which has now been read, and they presen
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
_EVERETT-STREET, Rua sell-s quare.--To be SOLD, a capital HOUSE and SHOP, in the above desirable and highly respectakle neighbourhood; the

_EVERETT-STREET, Rua sell-s quare.--To be SOLD, a capital HOUSE and SHOP, in the above desirable and highly respectakle neighbourhood; the

property is long leasehold, under the Foundling, and let to a good tenant, conducting a long established business; likewise a private dwelling-house, in the best part of the same street, on the east side, and in the occupation of a private family; will be sold moderate, to pay a
June 8, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England