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T) BREEDERS, EXHIBTORS, and Others.- ROYAL SURREY ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.—An EXI BITION, on a grand scale, of Fancy Poultry, Pigeons, Ac.,

T) BREEDERS, EXHIBTORS, and Others.- ROYAL SURREY ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.—An EXI BITION, on a grand scale, of Fancy Poultry, Pigeons, Ac.,

will take place at these Gardens, at the earliest possible period. All communications to be addressed to the Secretary, at the Gardens. SIDNEY FOSTER, Secretary.
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ROYAL CITY OF LONDON THEATRE.

ROYAL CITY OF LONDON THEATRE.

•Ty.irih night of the new Tragedy, introducing Mr. Charles Pitt in flm original character.—THlS EVENING, to commence with THE MGYPTIAN. Zabdua, Mr. C. Pitt, assisted by the entire Company. After which the Diorama of Historical Paintings, introducing the Briiicip! events onn<*cte
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IN the Matter Letters Patent, granted to Joseph Woods, of Buklersbury, in the city London, Engineer, for an Invention of

IN the Matter Letters Patent, granted to Joseph Woods, of Buklersbury, in the city London, Engineer, for an Invention of

Certain Improvements in Springs for supporting heavy bodies, and resisting sudden and continuous pressure j” being a communication, bearing date the 20th day of April, 1847. Notice is hereby given, that an application has been made to her Majesty’s Attorney-General by JOHN HOWAR
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PUKSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause John Dean and Others against Thomas

PUKSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause John Dean and Others against Thomas

Moore Setchfield and Others,” the creditors, and per sons claiming incumbrances, liabilities, or debts, affecting the real or leasehold, or copyhold estates of DEBORAH SETCHFIELD, late of Hemingford Grey, in the county Huntiugford, widow, deceased, the testatrix in the pleadings
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TjiPSOM SPRING RACES. —GREAT METROPOLITAN STAKES, THURSDAY, April 7; GREAT METROPOLITAN STEEPLECHASES, FRIDAY, April 8. Ordinary Fares will charired the

TjiPSOM SPRING RACES. —GREAT METROPOLITAN STAKES, THURSDAY, April 7; GREAT METROPOLITAN STEEPLECHASES, FRIDAY, April 8. Ordinary Fares will charired the

ordinary trains from London Epsom, it]) to 9, a.m., and from Epsom to London from and after 8, p.m., viz.: First Class, 2s. Oil; Second Class, 25.; Third Class, Is. 6d. ADDITIONAL TRAINS will run from London-hridgo to Epsom, from 9. 10., a.m., till 12. 46., p.m.; and from Epsom
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853

LONDON, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1853

EOLITH AUSTRALIAN COPPER MINING ►O COMPANY.—The Committee of Management hereby pve notice, that in pursuance of the Resolution of the Board oiWu* December last, they have allotted the remaining unappropriated Shares of the Company among the holders of such Shares as were registe
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AND FOIX RAILWAY, joining the ISORDEAUX and CETTE LINE TOUI.OrSE. Capital 1.050.0001. (27,000.000 f.) in 54,000 Shares of 201. 500f.

AND FOIX RAILWAY, joining the ISORDEAUX and CETTE LINE TOUI.OrSE. Capital 1.050.0001. (27,000.000 f.) in 54,000 Shares of 201. 500f.

each Deposit 21. per Share. Dibectobs. M.M. Le Prince de Wagram. „ Le Comte Davet de Beaurcpaire. „ Edgar Aime, Banker. „ Le Prirce de Montleart. „ Le Marquis de Caulincourt. Joseph Orsi, ■) Concessionnaires of the Graissessac " M. Delfosse, to Beziers Railway. „ Le Comte Henri
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
T)BACCONISTS. —To be SOLD a first-class BUSINESS in the above Line, situate in the Borough, established 6 years, doing 100/.

T)BACCONISTS. —To be SOLD a first-class BUSINESS in the above Line, situate in the Borough, established 6 years, doing 100/.

per mouth, and capable of great improvement—satisfactory reasons given for the present proprietor leaving. Apply to Mr. Latfa, Auctioneer, &c., 2, Stoncs’-cnd, Borough. T) be SOLD for about 200/., by SAINSBURY and LEMM, a PUBLIC-HOUSE, in a densely populated neighbourhood contig
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WANTED, a strong Young MAN, with goo# character, take out beer and do the work of* Public-house. Apply at Mr.

WANTED, a strong Young MAN, with goo# character, take out beer and do the work of* Public-house. Apply at Mr.

Rooke’s, the Jolly Calkers, Lower-road, Bothermthe. WANTED a respectable YOUTH to a genteel BUSINESS, indoor or out—a small premium Personal application will only attended to. Apply to D. Clarendon-square, near the London and North-western Railway. * WANTED a respectable Youth,
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
GRAND EXHIBITION, THIS DAY and during the Season. —CHARLES VYSE respectfully informs the Gentry and Public that hi* entire NEW

GRAND EXHIBITION, THIS DAY and during the Season. —CHARLES VYSE respectfully informs the Gentry and Public that hi* entire NEW

STOCK of MILLINERY is now ready for INSPECTION, which is confident cannot be surpassed for elegance of design and moderate prices. C. V. is also desirous of drawing attention his large assortment Leghorn and Tuscan Bonnets, particularly fashionable for the present season, and fo
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England