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THE MORNING HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 27.

THE MORNING HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 27.

allowed to plead his ignorance of his own act and signature in extenuation of having violated it for his own personal advantage. And then, poor Lord GREY, he too is ignorant of the matter; and with no view, undoubtedly, of aggrandising at the public expense a family already over
March 27, 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
EXCHEQ' THE KING'S LEVEE, ,S.c.

EXCHEQ' THE KING'S LEVEE, ,S.c.

(FROM THE COURT NEWSMAN.) His Majesty, attended by Sir Herbert Taylor, arrived in town about half-past one o'clock yesterday afternoon, from Windsor Castle, escorted by a party of Lancers. The Duke of Cumberland and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester visited the King, at St. Jam
March 27, 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICE i hereMAGDALEN HOSPITAL, March 27. s given that a SERMON will be PREACHED in this CHAPEL on GOOD FRIDAY

NOTICE i hereMAGDALEN HOSPITAL, March 27. s given that a SERMON will be PREACHED in this CHAPEL on GOOD FRIDAY

(To -marrow), ~.he nth inst., by the Rev. JOHN FLOWERDEW COLL'', one of the andidates far the appointment of and Evening Preacher, The Service commences at a Quarter past Eleven o'clock. JOSEPH BRACKENBURY. -
March 27, 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FIEST HATS IN LONDON, 21s.—At I'ERRING'S .11.. A 85, STRS.ND, the orkinal inventor of Light Hats, the first to redui*

FIEST HATS IN LONDON, 21s.—At I'ERRING'S .11.. A 85, STRS.ND, the orkinal inventor of Light Hats, the first to redui*

the price of his beat Ha.s to One Guinea, nod the only one who do ain reality sell the very best Bats at that price. Reader! inspect, j.idge, and compare I Second analitici, ia. Economic Hats for winter wear, having all the appearance of a best Hat, 12s. The most extensive varie
March 27, 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RTIFICIAL TEETH.—Nlessrs. A. and J. JONSS, SURGEON-DENTISTS to their Royal Highnesses the Princess Augusta and the Duchess of Gionce-ster. Ne..

RTIFICIAL TEETH.—Nlessrs. A. and J. JONSS, SURGEON-DENTISTS to their Royal Highnesses the Princess Augusta and the Duchess of Gionce-ster. Ne..

Invite attention to their successful remedy for carious and traler teeth with their ANODVN •:EItIENT, which from experience is proved to preser, the teeth further decay, and entirely restore them are. Messrs. A. and .1. Jones vith confidence recommend their improved Artiticill T
March 27, 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. 101, will be publishod THIA DAY. CONTENTS: I. A. V. ARNAULT, REMINISCENCES of a SEXAGINARIAN. 11.

THE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. 101, will be publishod THIA DAY. CONTENTS: I. A. V. ARNAULT, REMINISCENCES of a SEXAGINARIAN. 11.

TRANSLATIONS of PINDAR. 111. Mrs. SOMERVILLE on the CONNECTION of the SCIENCES. IV, The DOCTOR. V. AUTOBIOGRAPHY of the EMPEROR JAEIANGUAR. VI. LIFE of Dr. ADAM CLARKE, VII. GREEK end ENGLISH LEXICOGnAPHY. VIII. The FRENCH DRAMA. IX. NATURAL THEOLOGY, by th. R. 1.. R. A. CROMBIE
March 27, 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LAW.

LAW.

ROLLS' COURT.—Moo — RE V. MOORE.—The testator's property was in India, and amounted to 1,1001. per annum. The payments were made in India paper, which consisted of bills payable at twelve months' date. On his death the widow and children were left without any provision. The.obje
November 27, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THAMES-OFFICE.

THAMES-OFFICE.

SINGULAR, APPLICATION.—On Wednesday a very decent young Irishwoman, named Mary Driscoll, applied to Mr. Ballantine, and requested that he would allow her to make oath, and give her a certificate, that she had not committed adultery. Her husband had lately become very jealous of
November 27, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Buckland, Farrington, the Countess of Carnarvon, of a son—At Drove, the lady of Col. G. Wyndham, of a daughter—At Bury St. Edmund's, the lady of Capt. Helgham, 4th Dragoon Guards, of a son. MARRIAGES. At St. George's, Hanover-square, J. Errington, Esq., of High Warden, Northu
November 27, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PHASIS OF IHE MOON.—Last quarter. Nov. 31, at 53m. aft. 3 morn.

PHASIS OF IHE MOON.—Last quarter. Nov. 31, at 53m. aft. 3 morn.

MONEY MARKET. THE FUNDS DURING THE WEEK. ENGLISH. Mon Tues W,d ,Thit. Frd. Sat. Bank Stock India Stock 3 per Ct. Consols 3 per Cent. Reduced 39 per Cent. 1818 31 per Cent. Reduced New 31 per Cent. Lang Annuities, 1860 Long Annuities, 1859 India Bonds Exchequer Bills 11 Consols f
November 27, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England