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COM MITT OK MA«AOaM»*T. Thomas Chspman, Esq., F.R.8., F.S.A., Chairman. William Tindall, Keq , Deputy-Chairman. John Robinson, Esq., Chairman of

COM MITT OK MA«AOaM»*T. Thomas Chspman, Esq., F.R.8., F.S.A., Chairman. William Tindall, Keq , Deputy-Chairman. John Robinson, Esq., Chairman of

the Bub-Committees of Classmca- tlon. George Allfrey, Esq. I William C. Harnett, Robert Barry, Esq. I J. L. Heathorn, Esq. Henry Buckle, Esq. ' Edward Hurry, Esq. Nathaniel Domett', Esq. . T. Alex. Mitchell, Ksq., M.P. Btephenson Hlerhy. E*q. James Parkinson. Esq. George Penning
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TO STRAW -BON NET-MA KERS. WANTED, to work on the Premises, some first-rate SEWERS, who can block and finish off

TO STRAW -BON NET-MA KERS. WANTED, to work on the Premises, some first-rate SEWERS, who can block and finish off

their work—constant employment will be given to hands. at Vyse's, 3, Cripplegate-huildiogs, City. SERVANTS WANTED—a respectable Woman, as SERVANT In Tavern, where waiter and boy is kept—«he win required to the household work, and must good cook • nlso Two Lads, the one as POTBOY
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HOUSE and SHOP to LET, in great leading thoroughfare—the shop neatly fitted-up, and now in the possession of pastrycook, but

HOUSE and SHOP to LET, in great leading thoroughfare—the shop neatly fitted-up, and now in the possession of pastrycook, but

suitable for any other line of businesscoming-in for fixtures Apply to Z. Y., Rainbow Coffeehouse, Arthur-street, London-bridge. TO LET a SHOP, in the General Line, Victoria-grove, B.iyswater—coming! - 'b.'ut SOL— rent made lodgers. C'l HEAP-RENTED HOUSES, near Whitechapel y Chu
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
i)OKK-BUTCIl KR’S and SAUSAGK BUsINESS to DISPOSED OF, silaated crowded hood, and doing an excellent trade—this snug little concern is

i)OKK-BUTCIl KR’S and SAUSAGK BUsINESS to DISPOSED OF, silaated crowded hood, and doing an excellent trade—this snug little concern is

worthy the attention of any industrious couple, and the proprietor can meet with party commanding about , immediate possession may be had. Apply at Serjeant’s News-office, 2, Bell-yard, Temple-bar. No agent . eed apply. W MILLS has HOUSE ami SHOP very , suitable for the General
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WANT PLACES.—AU lettßr* to h« post paid.

WANT PLACES.—AU lettßr* to h« post paid.

WANT PLACES. —AU lettßr* to h« post paid. RM AID in » T ar«rn, ivspoctaMo Wineji '•nulla, young Person, aged 22—an undeniable character will bor late employer. Direct to 8., 66, Wbltechapnl-4 S BARMAID, in Wino-vuults or respectable A Publtc-houae, steady tusi*»cuible voong Perto
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL OF THE ACADIA

ARRIVAL OF THE ACADIA

X!ti> mail st.ftm-.hip A radio, Rjri., arrired . , , ’.ol Saturday morning in 11 iUy« from Uftlifax ; . ,, York of I.vh, Hoirt li!ih i •', 0 f ih. IS.h. most iaterosting featoto of tho *" w9 Ihw »m*»l » th.l trom I’ao.d., mid oxUacl Iho from ft l>t« K.ugston „ war sent down yest
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

(from oi'R owji cnnßnproM>F,NT.> DUBLIN, Drc. 30. l mentioned in my last that tho Special Jury, the oa*e of Crown against O’Connell, an I others, would struck Wednesday next. the Ist of January the list will made public; hut, as n point fact, would allow tho traversers only one
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.

WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.

Laughton House, tne residence of Lord Bloomfield, with the out-offices and buildings attached thereto, are being put in a state of preparation for the reception of strong cavalry detachment.
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE ARMS BILL

THE ARMS BILL

At the Skibbereen Quarter-sessions nearly all the claimants for regisiry of arms rejected at Macroom were qualified. Among ihe persons admitted the Culton-place was Mr. Gallwav’, who s»id—A notice of objection was served upon me, and 1 appeared it .Macroom, .bough this is my dis
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

JMackwond’s Mnoatine.—ThQ cycle of new year ifl well commenced by lilackwaod. JBrimfull of good leading, hove, properly epeaking, only one political article—the entitled'* Position end the Government,” in which the writer ehowe himoelf aomething of adept the ** woroe appear the
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England