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BELGRAVE-SQUAA.—To be SOLD, or LET on Lease, a noble FAMILY MANSION, of the first class, comprising suites of large and

BELGRAVE-SQUAA.—To be SOLD, or LET on Lease, a noble FAMILY MANSION, of the first class, comprising suites of large and

well-proportioned rooms, with ample accommodation for an establishment of the very first distinction; with stabling for 10 horses, and standing for five carriages.—For particulars, and cards to view, apply to Dowbiggin and Co., 23, Mount-street, Grosvenor-square.
June 12, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
No. 10, Ludgate-bill. NEW DISCOVEAY IN TEETH.—MONSIEUR JAMES M. MALLAN, SURGEON-DENTIST, 10, LUDGATE-HILL, opposite the Belle Sausage, begs to Introduce

No. 10, Ludgate-bill. NEW DISCOVEAY IN TEETH.—MONSIEUR JAMES M. MALLAN, SURGEON-DENTIST, 10, LUDGATE-HILL, opposite the Belle Sausage, begs to Introduce

to the notice of his Patients and the Public an entire new description ot INCORRODIBLE ARTIFICIAL TEETH, and can with confidence guarantee them to answer every purpose of MASTICATION and ARTICULATION, and defy detection by the closest observer. They never change colour or break,
June 12, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
' Lease of a fashionable Residence, No. 8, Chestertield-stre l _ fair, and at the same time the Modern Furniture.—By

' Lease of a fashionable Residence, No. 8, Chestertield-stre l _ fair, and at the same time the Modern Furniture.—By

Mr. ) - f on the Premises, on Wednesday, July 1, at Twelve sooner sold by Private Contract), • THE Lease, for an unexpired term of 14 year" e, ideo c 1_ a rent of 265/ per annum, of a most desirable Re looking immediately into the garden of Chesterfield House; ing three best bed
June 12, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
8, Regent.street, fourth door from Waterloo-place, 1 - ASPER JOHN CAPPER having made it his j business, both in Paris

8, Regent.street, fourth door from Waterloo-place, 1 - ASPER JOHN CAPPER having made it his j business, both in Paris

and London, to bring to perfection the cutting of shirts, has opened a wareroom as above tor the sale of them, and can especially recommend the CORAZZA SHIRTS, made to measure, for fitting, with precision and ease. By confining his attention to this single article, and supplying
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
To COAL MERCHANT S, BUTCHERS, BAKERS, s, , and Others.—ST. GILES-in-the-FIELDS and ST. GEORGE OOMSBURY.—TIie HESTON COMMITTEE of the above

To COAL MERCHANT S, BUTCHERS, BAKERS, s, , and Others.—ST. GILES-in-the-FIELDS and ST. GEORGE OOMSBURY.—TIie HESTON COMMITTEE of the above

r_ii_rishes will MEET at HESTON HOUSE, Heston, near limns(uweuz,en WEDNESDAY, the 17th day of June next, to CONTRACT pelect to the confirmation of the 'directors of the poor) for SUPYING the Infant Establishment of the said parishes, situate at aton, and conta i n ing about 80 p
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
. _ HANOVER-SQUARE ROOMS.---HERR MOLIQUE will (for the first and only time this season) perform at Mr. KIALLMARK'S MORNING CONCERT,

. _ HANOVER-SQUARE ROOMS.---HERR MOLIQUE will (for the first and only time this season) perform at Mr. KIALLMARK'S MORNING CONCERT,

on THURSDAY (to-marrow) a Quatuor Brilliante of Spohr's, a Septuor of Hummel's, with Messrs. Kiallmark, Richardson, Platt, G. Cooke, T. Cooke, Lidel and Dragonetti ; and a Grand Solo. Vocal Pieces by Madame Dorus Gras, Miss Rainforth, the Misses Williams, and Mrs. A. Toulmin, Me
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ELLING OFF at COST PRICE. A new, choice, and extensive STOCK of FIRST-CLASS SHEFFIELD PLATED ARTICLES—viz., Meat Dishes and Covers,

ELLING OFF at COST PRICE. A new, choice, and extensive STOCK of FIRST-CLASS SHEFFIELD PLATED ARTICLES—viz., Meat Dishes and Covers,

Corner Dishes and Warmers, Vegetable Dishes with compartments, Soup Tureens, Epergnes, Plateaux, Salvers, Candelabra, Wine Coolers, Tea Urns and Kettles, Meat and Soup Plates, &c., with a select assortment of the best London jewellery. The nobility and gentry may rely on effecti
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BOHEMIAN GLASS.—A Consignment of this beautiful manufacture just received, consisting of Goblets, Jars, Toilet Bottles, &c. we ll worthy the

BOHEMIAN GLASS.—A Consignment of this beautiful manufacture just received, consisting of Goblets, Jars, Toilet Bottles, &c. we ll worthy the

inspection of connoisseurs, and at the Continental prices. A fine selection of English Glass Toilet and Smelling Bottles, Antique Fans, Souvenirs, Purses, and other fancy articles.—F. LEWIS, Perfumer to the Royal Family, 42, Oxford-street. Bottles of the new Perfume, Esprit de L
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Clapton. —Excellent Modern Household Furniture, Books, Paintings, Minerals, China, Glass, and Effects.—BY Messrs. WILKINSON, on the Premises, Mount Pleasant, Upper

Clapton. —Excellent Modern Household Furniture, Books, Paintings, Minerals, China, Glass, and Effects.—BY Messrs. WILKINSON, on the Premises, Mount Pleasant, Upper

Clapton, THIS DAY, June 10, and following Day, at Eleven, by order of the Proprietor. T HE Furniture comprises handsome rosewood drawing-room suite, upright pianoforte; dining-room, library, and breakfast-room chairs; curtains, chimney and pier glasses, suspending and table lamp
June 10, 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England