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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

read in your valuable paper of the 4th of June, under the head of "Projected Improvement of the Thames," an article signed "Old Indian Engineer," by whi c h it would appear that Macadamised roads have been constructed in ' India, no doubt by an old Indian engineer, for 100 years
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.

Robert Stirling, Edinburgh, horse-dealer, June 15, July 9, at two, at the Old Signet Hall, Edinburgh. John Peterson, Edinburgh, smith, June 11, July 9, at one, at Ferguson's Hotel, Edinburgh. James Bell, Glasgow, bootmaker, June 15, July 6, at twelve, at the writing-chambers of
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNTNG HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1840.

THE MORNTNG HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1840.

June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Bolton Hall, a very important Freehold Estate, situate in West Riding of the County of York, with Manor, ancient BO

Bolton Hall, a very important Freehold Estate, situate in West Riding of the County of York, with Manor, ancient BO

I L' sion, beautiful Park and Grounds, the Perpetual Advowson of Rectory of Bolton, and several very valuable Farms, compri s i 4 , together upwards of Two Thousand Five Hundred Acres.—By N e. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday, July 24, at Twelve, in On e Lot, AMagnificent Freehol
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL, London, 21st May, 1840: — LEWISHAM FARM to be LET.—The COMMITTEE for Le ... tti ng the Bridge House

GUILDHALL, London, 21st May, 1840: — LEWISHAM FARM to be LET.—The COMMITTEE for Le ... tti ng the Bridge House

Estates will MEET at GUILDHALL, ndon, On FRIDAY, the 12th day of June next, at One o'clock Precil elY , to RECEIVE PROPOSALS for a LEASE of a FARM rd LANDS called the BRIDGE -HOUSE FARM, consisting of a -niling-house, with sundry out-houses, barns, and stables, and .eut of K 99
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
S ALE of OLD STORES at DEPTFORD. ex ec Admiralty, S omerse t-place, June 6, 1840. — Th e Commissioners

S ALE of OLD STORES at DEPTFORD. ex ec Admiralty, S omerse t-place, June 6, 1840. — Th e Commissioners

for uting the office of Lord High Adm iral of the United Kingdom of D r A e !t and Ireland, do hereby g ive notice, that on WEDNES-8 the 17th instant, at Ten o'clo ck in the forenoon, the Captain u Perintendent will put up to Sale in her Majesty's V ictuallin g_ ta ro nta , t De
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WESTERN GENERAL DISPENSARY, Lissongrove South, New-road, St. Marylebone, for the Relief of the Sick Poor, and for the Reception of

WESTERN GENERAL DISPENSARY, Lissongrove South, New-road, St. Marylebone, for the Relief of the Sick Poor, and for the Reception of

Sufferers from severe Accidents.—At a meeting of the Governors of the above Charity, held on the 29th of January, 1840, Henry Holland, Esq., in the Chair, a report of the Medical Officers was read, stating that, in consequence of the great increase in the number of applications
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AForeign Protestant Gentleman, who has had considerable experience as private tutor in English families ot distinction, and as travelling tutor

AForeign Protestant Gentleman, who has had considerable experience as private tutor in English families ot distinction, and as travelling tutor

or companion to the sons of noblemen and gentlemen, wishes to accept an ENGAGEMENT of the latter description. The most satisfactory references will be given.—Letters to be addressed (pre-paid) to 0. P., care of T. and W. Boone, booksellers, 29, New Bond-street. APPRENTICE WANTED
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
pOST-OFFICE ADHESIVE STAMPS in any quantity, Twelve for Is Id, at STOCKEN'S, 53, Qinedrant —ENVELOPES, of the Government shape, all

pOST-OFFICE ADHESIVE STAMPS in any quantity, Twelve for Is Id, at STOCKEN'S, 53, Qinedrant —ENVELOPES, of the Government shape, all

corners secured with wafer or small seal, eight dozen for 6d.—Stocken's Postoffice writing papers :—Superfine Bath Post, 3d per quire, or 5s per ream; Note Paper, 20, or Ss tid per ream; the largest and most elegant assortment of Envelope Cases, filled, complete, from 5s 64; - B
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
I.IIIE POMPEIAN HAIR DYE.—This splendid LIQUID (the only one in Europe that does not stain the skin) is warranted to

I.IIIE POMPEIAN HAIR DYE.—This splendid LIQUID (the only one in Europe that does not stain the skin) is warranted to

Change the Hair to a Natural Brown or Black in one application, without soiling the finest linen.—May be had of the sole proprietor F. LEWIS, Perfumer to the Royal Family, 42, Oxford-street, by whom every genuine bottle is signed, price 3s 6d and 5s 6d. Also Lewis's Caucasus Bea
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England