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WANTED a respectable English 3’oung Woman, as SERVANT of ALL-WORK and to Wait on a Parlourage to Apply to-day and

WANTED a respectable English 3’oung Woman, as SERVANT of ALL-WORK and to Wait on a Parlourage to Apply to-day and

to-morrow, at the Roebuck, Doverroad, Borough.
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LOST, on Monday, the of December, 1849, the neighbourhood of Husscll-square, a huge GOLD WATCH, double cased, with plain enamelled

LOST, on Monday, the of December, 1849, the neighbourhood of Husscll-square, a huge GOLD WATCH, double cased, with plain enamelled

face, and without second hand, outer case lined with red silk. Whoever has found the above, and will take It to Mr. Shaw’s, stationer, Southamptonrow, Bussell-square, shall receive FIVE GUINEAS REWARD.
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AHighly-valuable PUBLIC-HOUSE and GINSHOP, a* the West-end.—Mr. LVERTON, Public-house Valuer ami Surveyor, of 9, Skinner-street, Snow-hill, is instructed to DISPOSE

AHighly-valuable PUBLIC-HOUSE and GINSHOP, a* the West-end.—Mr. LVERTON, Public-house Valuer ami Surveyor, of 9, Skinner-street, Snow-hill, is instructed to DISPOSE

this lucrative ESTABLISHMENT, doing a fullpriced trade of 150/. per month, and with the pushing experience of a man of business, nearly double the returns might be done—the frontage has very imposing appearance, at the corner of one of the principal thoroughfares, with a handsom
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AS CHAMBERMAID, HOUSEMAID, or WAITRESS, a respectable young Woman—can have excellent character from the situation site has just left. Direct

AS CHAMBERMAID, HOUSEMAID, or WAITRESS, a respectable young Woman—can have excellent character from the situation site has just left. Direct

to E. W., 14, Thames-street, Greenwich, Kent.
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Theatre royal haymahket.— Triumphant success of THE NINTH STATUE, which »ill be repeated every Evening.—Those renowned Artistes, Mr. and Mrs.

Theatre royal haymahket.— Triumphant success of THE NINTH STATUE, which »ill be repeated every Evening.—Those renowned Artistes, Mr. and Mrs.

CHARLES KEAN, wfll perform together TO-NIGHT in THE LOVING WOMAN, and (at second price THE HOUSEKEEPER. Mr. James Wallack will appear in the characters of Hermann and Tom Purple.—On Thursday (by express desire The Serious Family, Box and Cox, and The Ninth Statue. —To-morrow and
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MORNING ADVERTISER, TUESDAY. JANUARY I, 1850 THE CORN TRADE,

MORNING ADVERTISER, TUESDAY. JANUARY I, 1850 THE CORN TRADE,

In taking a retrospect of the grain trade daring the past twelve months, there are few points to look lack to with satisfaction. The value of most kinds of corn had already undergone great depression at the close of 1848, in anticipation of the removal of the duties in February,
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LAW COURTS.

LAW COURTS.

COURT OP BANKRUPTCY, Dec. 31. (Before Mr. Commissioner Ooulburn.) Mr. Duncan appeared in support of a summons which bad been issued under the new Act,against a trader debtor. This is a proceeding preliminary bankruptcy, and therefore omit the name of the debtor. Mr. Lawrance, fo
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Stock MK! 431 ‘2i 3i 60 30 "i 7 _ J 24

Stock MK! 431 ‘2i 3i 60 30 "i 7 _ J 24

Stock 431 3i 7 _ J 24 Midland Midland, bUI. shares —- Midland, consol. Mnstoi and . ~, ~M Blrniiniihain. « per cent.«« _ 30 ~ 17J k iO «. 60 -10 North Staffords! oxford, sVorcsxtcr, Woiwhami'Un . Scottish Central Stock •. 25 —l4 132 South-eastorr tt.- 1—33 2 4. IS) IS) IfOtk, New
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DUCATION, inclusive Terms, Thirty Guineas per annum, for board, tuition, books, stationery, washing. Sic. Parents in search of a school

DUCATION, inclusive Terms, Thirty Guineas per annum, for board, tuition, books, stationery, washing. Sic. Parents in search of a school

for their sous, conducted upon pure and conscientious principles, should obtain a prospectus from one of the following highly respectable references: —Mr. Bennett, 12, Belgrave-street J'outh, Pimlico ; Mr. Bigg, 50, Bishopsgute-street Without; Mr. Brett, Brandy merchant, 11-jlbo
January 1, 1850 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Trmitle «f Hiegic,

Trmitle «f Hiegic,

V, Canterbury, Dorer, and liamsynte, he has. regard- Pss expense, prepared COSTLY and GORGEOUS N )VKI.rI which will produced each town, ar.d continued during his stay,—comprising his unptrailed delusions, brought nut in style of raagnilicence and splendour •* unheard of and unse
January 1, 1850 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England